Saturday, December 31, 2011

The Family

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Our families provide a setting for much of the growth we experience in life.
In our families we love, serve, teach, and learn from each other. We share our joys and our sorrows. Family ties may bring us difficult challenges, but they also give us strength and some of our greatest happiness.
On September 23, 1995, Gordon B Hinckley read The Family: A Proclamation to the World as a guide for families.

The family is central to God’s plan for His children. It is also the central unit of society and the means for bringing children into the world where they can be loved, provided for, and taught truth and righteousness.
While we cannot choose the conditions of our birth, we can choose each day to make our families stronger and happier. It is possible for individuals to return to the presence of God and for families to be united eternally.
For more information, visit FAQ - Family

1 comment:

  1. My family is extremely important to me. The home is where I was able to learn the principles that have guided my decisions in life.