About this blog and its author

This site grew out of my gospel study over the years. Included are various talks I have given over the years as well as other insights I received while studying the gospel of Jesus Christ. Most of the posts are my notes from my gospel studies over the years. Additionally, I have a few notebooks full of notes that I will eventually transcribe and post on this blog.

I generally do not post about controversial topics, although occasionally I will speculate about issues relating to 'Mormonism.' For the most part I strive to write about the basics of LDS doctrine and theology - faith, repentance, baptism, temples - to try and share with all people a little more about what Mormons believe.

Note: This is not an official website for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All views and commentary on this blog are my own and cannot be taken for official LDS Church doctrine (although I do try to keep everything as doctrinally pure as possible). Any doctrinal or other errors are my own.

Feel free to email me directly at aprayerfulhouse {at} gmail {dot} com. Visit here to view my Blogger profile.

My podcast is on hold for the time being due to school and family requirements (recording, editing, and preparing each episode takes anywhere from an hour to three hours, depending on the length of the podcast and how much editing is needed) but you can catch past episodes and subscribe to my podcast by subscribing to my feed or through the iTunes store.

1 comment:

Kay D. Jenkins said...

Yes, there were 2,000 Sons of Helaman and just a little later there were added 60 more sons of Helaman. Thus in all reality there were 2060 Sons of Helaman.

I read 30 chapters a day in the Book of Mormon and I read it every 8 days cover to cover. I am presently on my 596th reading.

I am intrested in correct truths and when folks say there were 2,000 Sons they are factually incorrect as there were 2060 Sons of Helaman.

brother Kay D. Jenkins, Host at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building going on my 14th year.


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