nomonomo Dec. 2012
Been researching Mormonism because of some family friction, and found a lot of good info here. Thought I'd post and see if anyone can offer insight into what I'm dealing with. Thanks in advance for any insight. Here goes...
My brother married a Mormon girl years ago.
This is so offensive to non-Mormons on many levels - Mormon Temple Marriage and the outside ring ceremony
by Joe Laban June 2012
Ok, I was searching the Internet and came across this commercial LDS wedding site about ring ceremonies. Here are the low-lights. I capitalized the offensive words or phrases. A take-off of a Mormon funeral. Please let me now your thoughts...
by Kyle May 2012
OK. 10 years ago I Leave the church. Now for the first time, all of my non LDS clients and friends could tell me how they really felt about the Mormon Faith. OMG.. was I shocked. I knew that their perception was NOT all that great.. but at least neutral I thought.. boy was I wrong. Virtually every NON LDS person I knew at some point told me how relieved they were that I finally left the Mormon church.
I'm not trying to be rude. I'm just curious as to why people who have never been member of the lds church feel the need to post on a recovery board. I guess I can understand a nevermo wife or husband. Please explain how you can relate to those of us trying to recover, vent, laugh, and move on. I know this sounds rude, but I really don't get it.
Hey, I've been reading a bit into Mormonism as some of you had suggested. I was wondering what is the difference from a temple wedding than a regular wedding, besides the eternal seal and not allowing non-Mormons. Is it different vows or is the ceremony all together different?
by tl Feb 2012
I am a never-mormon. I am about to "attend" a temple wedding. Will I even be able to enter the temple building? Will there be anything to do while I wait for the bride/groom/worthy guests to come out? My reason for attending is to support the groom's father, since he is also a never-mo.
by mtnhiker323 Jan 2012
I believe my best friend has become aware of my decision because he seems to have been avoiding me as of late and I believe this is the reason. Is it common for members to shun investigators who decide the church is not right for them?
by mtnhiker323 Jan 2012
- After looking at a lot of material both positive and negative, I have come to the conclusion that maybe I don't want to join after all. I believe my best friend has become aware of my decision because he seems to have been avoiding me as of late and I believe this is the reason. Is it common for members to shun investigators who decide the church is not right for them?-
by allicat Jan 2012
Hello there, everyone. I am looking for answers to some doubts I've had, some fears I've realized and even some petty things that are on my mind about the LDS church and my baptism...