Author: Geoff Openshaw

Temple Predictions – October 2018

Here we are again! After a number of General Conferences without any temple, President Russell M. Nelson gleefully (and perhaps somewhat pleased with himself) dropped the proverbial mic and announced seven new temples. And we called a few of them, such as Richmond Virginia, Managua Nicaragua, Bengaluru India, and Layton Utah. This wasn’t our first, uh, “win,” but it was perhaps one of the most dorkily satisfying. Of course, we were happily blindsided by the temple in Russia at a location to be announced. But where will that Russia temple be? We have some guesses. Perhaps you do, too. Now...

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The Latest Rumor about a Two-Hour Church Block Will Blow Your Mind

With General Conference just around the corner, and coming of the heels of one of the more consequential General Conferences in recent memory, the (formerly) Mormon internet is ablaze with predictions for what President Russell M. Nelson has in store for us this time. Some of the big changes being floated include: Move to a two-hour block on Sundays Temple marriages and civil marriages no longer to be performed congruently in the United States No more “open mic” testimony meetings on fast Sundays Mission calls that are essentially blank, with the call itself being read during conference Renaming the...

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