Will abuse in my past disqualify me from baptism?

Will abuse in my past disqualify me from baptism?

Question   Gramps, In preparation for my upcoming baptism, my Elders reviewed the baptismal questions with me. When we got to question 4 (about prison, abortion, and homosexuality) they expressed that I could answer the question to them but if the question was...
How Can I Help My Brother?

How Can I Help My Brother?

Question Gramps, My brother had some unresolved sins before he went on his mission and as a result ended up getting sent home when he confessed to his mission president during his first transfer. While he was home he met with the bishop and the stake president on a...
Holy Spirit of Promise

Holy Spirit of Promise

Dear Gramps, My wife and I were married by our bishop five years ago when I was not very faithful in the church. I have since repented and become devoted with all my heart. Unfortunately, my wife and I do not get along very well—we’re very unequally yoked,...
Child Support

Child Support

I am paying my monthly payments on child support as I should. But when I wasn’t working it got piled up. So when I went to court, we made an agreement, to pay the back pay in small payments with the monthly payments on top of that. So basically, I am paying what...
Patriarchal Blessing Invalid?

Patriarchal Blessing Invalid?

When I got my patriarchal blessing several years ago, I was not worthy. I deliberately lied during the interview. I have since confessed and have been working to correct my behavior (struggles with pornography and masturbation) and have made some progress in the year...
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