Romney-Holyfield


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by: wheatmeister

Romney-Holyfield

In case you missed it, Mitt Romney fought former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield in Salt Lake City last night.  The “fight” was to raise...

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My Wrongs Are Washed Away


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by: Kristine A

My Wrongs Are Washed Away

  I’ve been in primary for about the past ten years in every capacity. There’s a song we often sing for Baptisms: “When I...

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Facts or Feelings — Just what is truth?


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by: Guest Author

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This is a guest post (by invitation) by Rosalie Erekson Stone. This final post in a trilogy on discerning truth recounts a poignant example...

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“I Can’t. I’m Mormon.”


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by: hawkgrrrl

“I Can’t.  I’m Mormon.”

A few years ago, my boss excitedly said she had a real treat for the two of us to share.  It was a special...

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Masonic Ceremony


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by: Mormon Heretic

Masonic Ceremony

I recently watched an interesting documentary, Secrets of the Freemasons.  Many of the early U.S. revolutionaries were freemasons; many masons helped plan the Boston...

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Mother’s Day


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by: Guy Templeton

Mother’s Day

What thoughts would you like to say about your Mother on this day?  (Pretend this is a virtual Sacrament meeting.)

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Mormonism’s thoughts on Cafeteria Mormonism


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by: Bill Reel

cafeteria

Wheat & Tares welcomes guest poster Bill Reel: Host of “Mormon Discussion Podcast”.  His Podcast serves to help those reconstructing their faith within Mormonism...

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Are you a Better Parent?


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by: wheatmeister

Are you a Better Parent?

This weekend poll comes from one of our readers. My wife and I had a conversation about parenting.  She was complaining that she was...

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Mormon Mommy Wars: Mother’s Day


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by: Kristine A

Mormon Mommy Wars: Mother’s Day

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but how to celebrate Mother’s Day is always a complicated issue for most Mormon communities. If you think...

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