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By Elizabeth Ostler The Gospel Doctrine lesson #7 manual objective is “To help class members strengthen their testimonies of the Prophet Joseph Smith and to encourage them to find happiness through trusting in the Lord and keeping His commandments.” To reflect on what your legacy will …Read More →
By Leslie Albrecht Huber The Gospel Doctrine lesson #6 manual objective is “To help class members have a greater desire to ‘choose liberty and eternal life’ through Jesus Christ, ‘the great Mediator of all men’ (2 Nephi 2:27).” To find ways to connect to the scriptures …Read More →
By Rosemary Demos The Gospel Doctrine lesson 5 manual objective is “to inspire class members to follow Nephi’s example of faith and willing obedience” To find individual application in the faith and diligence of the collective history of 1 Nephi. We tend to treat the first part …Read More →
By Suzette Smith The Gospel Doctrine lesson #4 manual objective is “To help class members understand Nephi’s vision of the future and how the warnings and promises in it apply to us today.” To help class members understand that God invites both men and women to …Read More →
By Rachel Hunt Steenblik The Gospel Doctrine lesson #3 manual objective is “To help class members understand the symbols in the vision of the tree of life and the application of these symbols in their lives.” To help class members consider that the tree of life might …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