By LDS family services (Backed by President Hinckley), “When the probability of a successful marriage is unlikely, unwed parents should be encouraged to place the child for adoption, preferably through LDS [Family] Services” (“Policies and Announcements,” Ensign, Apr. 1999, 80 &President Gordon B. Hinckley, “Save the Children,” Ensign, Nov. 1994, 53). Check it out for yourself. It is funny the verbiage has been change in the past year. check it out.
What do you think about this? For a church to tell a woman that she made a horrible mistake and you are not fit to take care of your child. People make mistakes and God knows that, but he never tells us to just run away from our responsibilities. At least not the God I worship and know. This decision should not have anything to do with the church; it should be up to the Woman. If the church wants to help, they should do what a church family is suppose to do, and help that woman in every way to take care for that child herself.
by passingtheword5 years ago
The ONLY MEN WHO BECOME GODS, even the Sons of God, are those WHO ENTERINTO POLYGAMY."..(Journal of Discourses, Vol. 11, page 269 2nd LDS President(prophet) Brigham Young)D&C 76:94 They who dwell in his...
by MrsHernandez3 months ago
Who Is a mother? What make a woman a real mother?There are enough women out there having kids but still are not mothers, they just have kids because they can and because they want to, others have kids because it comes...
by passingtheword6 years ago
The Book of Abraham (official Mormon doctrine)Joseph said that he translated the papyri into the Book of Abraham. After the papyri was evaluated by Modern scholars, it revealed to be a common Egyptian burial scene with...
by RichusFridum5 years ago
I meet a lot of women who consider this insulting or at least an outdated way of thinking but why is it so wrong?
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