Is decaffeinated coffee against the Word of Wisdom?

Is decaffeinated coffee against the Word of Wisdom?

Question   Gramps, When I was a young quorum leader, in the 70’s, the Presiding Bishop of the Mormon Church came to our stake and told us, though it visibly upset a local bishop or two, that drinking decaffeinated coffee is not against the Church and they were...
Is Maca acceptable?

Is Maca acceptable?

Question   Gramps, Is Maca acceptable? Brent   Answer   Dear Brent, I assume your question is in regards to “maca root”, also called “Peruvian ginseng”. It’s a supplement that is growing in popularity, and it’s users claim that it can help with all...
Could unclean spirits be causing my illnesses?

Could unclean spirits be causing my illnesses?

Question   Gramps, I’ll just dive into it. I was sexually assaulted at 17, left home and the church at 18 and was diagnosed with epilepsy at 20. I am now 23 and the seizures are getting worse. A long lost friend contacted me today and told me she also had...
How much meat is sparingly?

How much meat is sparingly?

Question   Gramps, How much meat is sparingly?  D&C 89:6-7 talks of eating meat sparingly.  Is it okay if it is every other day? David   Answer   Dear David, The Lord has not seen fit to define that more completely for us, so it is up to each...
If wine was good enough for Christ, why not for us?

If wine was good enough for Christ, why not for us?

Question   Gramps, I have come to really enjoy your wisdom. I have a coworker that is a good person and very well versed in his Bible.  One day we were chatting and the subject of wine and the word of wisdom came up. He pointed out that one of Christ’s 1st...
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