We hope it’s no surprise to you that Mormons are big believers in the importance and power of the family. Have you ever wondered why? Use this quiz to test how much you know about the Mormon views about the family and its place in God’s plan.
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The concept of the family first originated with:


 
From the beginning of recorded history, families have thrived all across the globe, but the true foundation of the family began long before Earth existed. God is not just our Creator, he is our Heavenly Father, and we are His children. The structure of earthly families is patterned after the structure of our heavenly family.

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In a marriage, wives and husbands should function as:


 
Husbands and wives (and by extension, fathers and mothers) often have different responsibilities, but success depends on an equal partnership between the two. Spouses should provide their full support to each other, working together to make sure neither ever feels alone or marginalized.

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Learning about our family history is most important because:


 
Family history research is growing in popularity all over the world. It can be a lot of fun, but it’s much more than an interesting hobby. By learning about our family history, we build a bridge between our ancestors and us. We see the true nature of our family as something that extends beyond the here and now, which allows us to draw strength from those who came before us.

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What do Mormon temples have to do with families?


 
Mormon temples exist all over the world. Inside, those who have reached set requirements of personal worthiness make covenants, which are promises made with God. These covenants include that of eternal marriage, where we commit to and are promised marriage that can last forever, not just “until death do you part.” Through God’s power, families can be together forever.

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The strongest families:


 
Families come in all shapes and sizes. Rich, poor, big, small, vegetarians, carnivores—none of those things define a happy family. What really matters is how members of the family treat each other. Accordingly, the true blueprint for happiness in the home is based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

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According to the results of this quiz, your beliefs about the family seem to have a lot in common with Mormon beliefs.
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According to the results of this quiz, your beliefs about the family have some things in common with Mormon beliefs.
Would you like to speak with someone about the importance of families in God’s plan?
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According to the results of this quiz, your beliefs about the family may differ from Mormon beliefs. Perhaps a more in depth look would help clear things up.
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