Home-Centered Gospel Learning and Living
In discussing home-centered worship, this volume explores both individual and family worship and draws on reports from a diverse sample of more than five hundred Latter-day Saints who share the challenges and barriers they have faced?and successes they have experienced. Individuals and families can establish and maintain a home-centered religious life and strengthen their conversion to the gospel by using these real-life experiences, quotes, and key findings.
Loren D. Marks joined the Brigham Young University School of Family Life in 2015 after thirteen years at Louisiana State University. Marks received his BS and MS degrees from BYU and his PhD from the University of Delaware. He is a codirector of the American Families of Faith Project and coauthor of Religion and Families.
David C. Dollahite is a professor of family life at Brigham Young University, where he teaches classes and conducts research on the links between religion and family life. He is a codirector of the American Families of Faith Project. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in family life and a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from BYU and a doctorate in family studies from the University of Minnesota. He is a coauthor of Strengths in Diverse Families of Faith. .