About Latter-day Saint dating site, LDS Mingle, was started as a free LDS dating service back in 2001 and later merged with LDS Singles Connection to create one of the largest online LDS singles sites.
We thought we might be friends or pen pals at best.
We met as she drove through my town on a visit to see her son's family.
Soon, we were talking on the phone almost daily, and when a job transfer took me clear to the east coast, we kept talking. Because of the distance, we both almost gave up more than once. If your idea of LDS dating doesn't include ice-blocks or a scavenger hunt, this is the place for you.
Having fun dating is definitely essential but at LDSMingle we focus on helping you make meaningful relationships with other Latter-day Saints.
At LDSMingle, you can feel comfortable being yourself and expressing who you are through your profile, our message boards and LDS chat rooms.
is the site you are proud to tell your mom you belong to.So stop talking about finding someone worth going on a second date with and join today SERVICES LDS Mingle provides online personals services, including online profiles and photographs of single men and women, chat rooms and an instant messenger - to enable others to communicate in real time, a private mailbox to enable others to exchange personal messages, a public forum to enable others to exchange messages and information... Celestial marriage • Spiritual wifery • Polygamy in North America • Timeline of civil marriage in the US • Freedom of religion in the US • Mormon colonies in Mexico • Latter-day Saint settlements in Canada • Short Creek raid • Lost boys • YFZ Ranch • Polygamy czar • Legal status of polygamy Mormon fundamentalism (also called fundamentalist Mormonism) is a belief in the validity of selected fundamental aspects of Mormonism as taught and practiced in the nineteenth century, particularly during the administrations of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, the first two presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).Mormon fundamentalists seek to uphold tenets and practices no longer held by mainstream Mormons (members of the LDS Church).The principle most often associated with Mormon fundamentalism is plural marriage, a form of polygyny first taught in the Latter Day Saint movement by Joseph Smith, the founder of the movement.A second and closely associated principle is that of the United Order, a form of egalitarian communalism.