Invitro Fertilization

Invitro Fertilization

Hi Gramps! I would like to know why the church “strongly discourages” the use of donor eggs in in vitro fertilization. If I knew the reasoning I feel my husband and I could make a more informed decision, as the handbook states that it is the husband and...
Pregnancy

Pregnancy

I am 43 Years old. A member of the LDS Church. I was told by my doctor that it wasn’t likely that I would be able to ever become pregnant. However, we were told last week that I am pregnant. Five years ago I would have been thrilled. I am very unhappy. I would...
Spirit talking or fear?

Spirit talking or fear?

Lately I’ve had doubts about a decision my husband and I made a few years ago to prevent any more pregnancies. Each of my 6 pregnancies have gotten worse with the last one nearly taking my life and the life of our son. My husband and I decided for me to get a...
In-Vitro Fertilization

In-Vitro Fertilization

What is the church’s stance on in vitro fertilization?  Also, what should be done with the left over embryos? Amber _____________________ Amber, The Church’s stance on in vitro fertilization has been recorded in the Church Handbook of Instruction Vol 2,...
Age of Accountability

Age of Accountability

I’ve heard that those who die before the age of accountability do so because they are so perfect they don’t need the experience of mortal life. As most people die before the age of accountabiity and many people in the Millenium grow up without sin there...
Can a mortal woman and an immortal man bear children?

Can a mortal woman and an immortal man bear children?

I believe this has happened. See the early chapters in the Book of Luke. It seems evident that immortals are capable of having physical children as well…consider Adam and Eve. I hope I will be blessed to give birth to children in the Millennium since I...
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