Inside “Latter-Day Sense Evangelism Ministry”… Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?

Wondering who we are? Good question! Find out more information below: WHEN: Latter-Day Sense Evangelism Ministry (LDSEM) was founded in the Spring of 2014 as a personal ministry of Adam Dommeyer. Four years later, in April 2018, LDSEM has re-branded itself and is preparing for growth! The visitors and views to have seen steady… Read More

The Danger of Lukewarm “Christians” Preaching Watered-Down Christianity

(Photo by Marko Blazevic on Pay attention to the trends in today’s ‘cool-of-the-culture’ Christianity. When messages are all about being relevant to the culture and reaching out to them, what exactly are we reaching out to them with? Tolerance? Tolerance of what exactly? If we are drawing people in for the sake of drawing them in… Read More

Christians, Pay Attention to Israel and Jerusalem in 2018

I have had a fascination with Bible prophecy since I was twelve, and have studied it immensely over the past 18 years (not in isolation, but through proven Bible prophecy scholars, such as Perry Stone, Bill Cloud, Rick Renner, Joel Richardson, Jonathan Cahn, Dwane Miller, Donald Perkins, Mark Casto, etc.), as well as being involved… Read More

“An Ex-Mormon’s Version of the Good Samaritan” (Guest Contributor – Daniel, a former Mormon)

When I left the Mormon Church in October of 2016, my world flipped upside down. Everything I had known and believed about the church I had once revered and adored, albeit for only five years, melted away as the shroud of delusion fell. I felt cold and scared. Although I had only been a member… Read More

My List of 150 Serious Questions for Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

I try to keep my articles short. However, below is a list of questions that I have put together for Mormons to ask themselves. I urge any Latter-day Saint (Mormon) to read through this list of questions pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The LDS Church wants its members to only… Read More

‘No Middle Ground’: Mormonism is Either 100% True or 100% False

Orthodox Mormonism is traditional Mormonism. This would include the belief that the Book of Mormon is a literal historical record, depicting the Nephites and Lamanites as real civilizations. Since DNA has proved that the Native Americans are not descended from ancient Israelites, there is also no linguistic, archaeological, or monetary evidence that anything from the Book… Read More