Daily Archives: October 19, 2011

Mormonism and Mitt Romney – Interview with Latayne Scott


Last week Latayne Scott was interviewed on The Connected Kingdom Podcast, hosted by Tim Challies and David Murray.

So many folks are talking about Mormonism right now given the possibility that Mitt Romney will be the Republican candidate for president. In this interview former Mormon Latayne Scott discusses how Christians should engage Mormon missionaries at their door, she shares her own conversion story, and she answers the questions: “Is Mormonism a cult?” and “How should American citizens approach a voting decision about Mitt Romney?” She even has a few thoughts directed to Mormon listeners.

I encourage you to listen to this interview if these questions have been on your mind. David Murray conducts an excellent interview here and Latayne’s answers are thoughtful and clear. I found it incredibly enlightening and led me ultimately to pray for wisdom. 

Also, Latayne’s book, The Mormon Mirage 3rd Edition is available now.

God’s Story, Your Story – the DVD Curriculum

Your life is part of God’s grand narrative, learn the role you play in the drama.

Learn from pastor and bestselling author Max Lucado how your life story is part of a grand, overarching narrative.  We need to know where we came from – it links and bonds us to something greater than ourselves.  We are not floating on isolated ponds, but on agrand river.  Above and all around us God directs a grander saga written by his hand, and he desires for us to know that larger story.  In his story, we just might find our own.  Your journey of faith will come alive as we explore the divine narrative in New Testament and contemporary characters, and discover how the ancient stories of Scripture reveal God’s plans for you today.

Take a personal look at the story of God’s eternal redemption being told through your individual story right now.

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Max Lucado is a Minister of Preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, and bestselling author.  He has three Christian Book of the Year awards and in 2004, Christianity Today magazine called him “America’s Pastor”.

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