Author Topic: This is How Mormons Get To Your Kids  (Read 776 times)

Offline stromboli (OP)

This is How Mormons Get To Your Kids
« on: March 25, 2014, 12:02:24 PM »
https://www.lds.org/friend/2014/03/katie-finds-a-way?lang=eng

Katie Finds a Way:

Katie could remember when her parents used to take her family to church, but that hadn’t happened in a while. She could tell her house felt different since they had stopped going.

Her mom stood at the counter in a bathrobe, pouring herself a cup of coffee. “Morning, Katie,” she said with a smile. “Is Sister Chang giving you a ride to church?”

“Yup.” Every Saturday night Katie called her Primary teacher and asked for a ride to church. Sister Chang always said yes.

Katie heard her dad’s mug clink as he set it on the table. “Looks like the game’s on at noon,” he mumbled from behind the Sunday paper.

Knock, knock.

Katie looked at the door and grinned. Sister Chang was here.

“See you all later!” Katie said. She rushed to the door and threw it open.

Sister Chang smiled. “Are you ready to go to church, Katie?”

Katie nodded and smiled back. “Yes!” she said. She closed the front door and walked with Sister Chang to the car.

At church Katie took the sacrament and sat reverently while it was passed. She listened to the talks in sacrament meeting. She listened to her Primary lessons and learned about Alma the Younger in the Book of Mormon. Although she didn’t understand everything that was said, she knew that the peaceful feeling she had inside was something she didn’t feel anywhere else.


The Children's Friend is a Mormon Periodical. It is not specifically labeled as such. You will find them in doctors offices or any waiting room that might have children. They are widely distributed. In this case, a story meant to drag a young girl back to church when her parents are inactive. It is this kind of intrusion that identifies them as a cult. I know of instances such as Mormon missionaries getting a young woman whose husband was in Iraq in the Army to join the church, and then threaten him with divorce if he didn't join the church. This kind of insidious crap is what they are all about.

Re: This is How Mormons Get To Your Kids
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2014, 12:15:54 PM »
Creepy.
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Offline PickelledEggs

Re: This is How Mormons Get To Your Kids
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2014, 01:03:41 AM »
You will find them in doctors offices or any waiting room that might have children

If I see one, I'm stealing it. That's brainwashing at the ultimate level.

Even if they replace it, there's a gap of time where they don't have it out.
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Re: This is How Mormons Get To Your Kids
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2014, 11:34:12 AM »
There are none that stoop so low than the religious to feed superstitious nonsense to impressionable children. Solitary
There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action.