Oaks was in my neck of the woods this weekend apparently talking to young spouses about the struggles of being a Mormon in these times, and these paragraphs are just unreal:
You can read the whole article at https://www.thechurchnews.com/leaders-a ... M4uaF0mqe4He acknowledged that some Latter-Saint couples face conflicts over important values and priorities. Matters of Church history and doctrinal issues have led some spouses to inactivity. Some spouses wonder how to best go about researching and responding to such issues.
“I suggest that research is not the answer,” he said.
The Church does offer answers to many familiar questions through its Gospel Topics Essays found at lds.org.
“But the best answer to any question that threatens faith is to work to increase faith in the Lord Jesus Christ,” he said. “Conversion to the Lord precedes conversion to the Church. And conversion to the Lord comes through prayer and study and service, furthered by loving patience on the part of spouse and other concerned family members.”
It's amazing how coordinated these attacks on doubts are across the church - have to image we will see a lot of it in April.