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By Rosemary Demos The Gospel Doctrine lesson #46 manual objective is “To encourage class members to face the future with hope because they know that the forces of evil will be overcome and the Savior will reign in triumph.” To link the images and symbols of …Read More →
By Suzette Smith The Gospel Doctrine lesson #45 manual objective is “To help class members understand some of the blessings that will come to those who overcome the trials of mortality through their testimony of Jesus Christ.” To discover more about the symbols used in our …Read More →
By Jody England Hansen The Gospel Doctrine lesson #44 manual objective is “To help class members understand how the Father and the Son show their love for us and how we should show our love for them.” To discuss John’s teaching that God is love, and …Read More →
By Elizabeth Ostler The Gospel Doctrine lesson #43 manual objective is “to help class members live in holiness and be a chosen generation” A commentary on Peter’s directive to faithful wives in 1 Peter 3:1-7. In 1 Peter 3: 1-7, Peter directs faithful wives to “be in …Read More →
By Meredith Nelson The Gospel Doctrine lesson #42 manual objective is “To help class members understand the characteristics we should develop to live our religion more fully.” To comment on several verses included in the lesson, as they have related to my life as a woman …Read More →
Our Cooperative Ministry is committed to reimagining and improving the ways in which faithful women and men can work together locally to bring about more egalitarian administration and joyful experiences in Mormonism, within the framework of current LDS doctrine. We will do this through various publications; by inviting individuals to share their stories of taking action to bring about change in themselves, their families, wards, stakes, missions and communities; establishing a place for open and frank conversations on any topic that leads to the empowerment of all members; and by providing practical resources for how each of us can do this work in our own sphere of influence. We believe that when faithful women work together and in tandem with men to cooperatively minister to each other, we can truly be of one heart and one mind.
Our Editor-in-Chief, Neylan McBaine’s new book Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women’s Local Impact embodies our purpose. It is a practical and faithful guide to improving the way men and women work together at church.
Learn more about the book.
Women at Church