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Have you had a chance to look at the new mormon.org? Besides the many profiles of Mormons you can browse (including photos), or pages about Mormon values and Mormon beliefs, you can find responses from Mormons on frequently asked questions about Mormonism.
Obviously, our website focuses heavily on the lives of Mormon women, so today we wanted to point you to mormon.org’s FAQ about Mormon women. Find answers about the Relief Society, about roles of men and women in marriage, and about what Mormon women do in the Mormon Church. You will also find responses in that section about why Mormon women don’t hold the priesthood — and why most of us really are okay with that. There’s much more to God’s plan than who holds what position in the Church structure. In fact, concern about or glory in or seeking for position is antithetical to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Following are some simple examples of responses you will find.
Barbara Ann, Larisa, Hillarie, and many other women and men share their thoughts on the topic of the Relief Society.
Allexis Rae, Lynelle, Jerry and others share thoughts on the role of husbands and wives in marriage.
Melissa, Jennifer Anne, Linda, and many others respond to the question about why Mormon women don’t have the priesthood — and how Mormon women do lead in the Church.
You can read answers to other questions people sometimes ask in our Ask a Mormon Woman feature here at our website. And, if you would like to ask a Mormon woman a question directly, feel free to email us at gmail, with the username ‘mormonwoman’ or simply leave a comment at our Submit a Question page.