Speaker: Lael Littke

100 YEARS OF MORMON NOVELS

More than one hundred years ago, Nephi Anderson published what is considered to be the first Mormon novel, Added Upon. It was an interesting attempt to encompass the entire gospel plan, from pre- mortality to the afterlife. there was a long dry period for LDS novels after that, with the form resurfacing in the 1940s …

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KEEPING THE FAITH

As part of its mission to host respectful discussions of all perspectives related to Mormonism, this session features the stories of several individuals who have chosen to remain active, dedicated Latter- day Saints even in the face of difficult issues that might challenge traditional faith. How have some wrestled with their faith and yet still …

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RELIEF SOCIETY IN THE REAL WORLD

Relief Society has the lofty mission of strengthening LDS women and serving people in need, in the spirit of the declaration, “Charity Never Faileth.” An inspiring vision, especially when illustrated by romantic paintings of pioneer women in beautiful antique dresses! But turning that vision into reality, here and now, can be frustrating. How do we …

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100 YEARS OF MORMON NOVELS

More than one hundred years ago, Nephi Anderson published what is considered to be the first Mormon novel, Added Upon. It was an interesting attempt to encompass the entire gospel plan, from pre-mortality to the afterlife. After that came a long dry period for LDS novels, with the form resurfacing in the 1940s and ‘50s. …

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WHY WE STAY

As part of its mission to host respectful discussions of all perspectives and topics related to Mormonism, Sunstone occasionally invites participants who have left Mormonism to speak and share their stories. This session features the stories of those who have chosen the opposite tack, highlighting the struggles of those who have chosen to remain active, …

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