New answers tagged lds
This topic has already been very thoroughly answered, but I just found this in the LDS Church Handbook which seems instructive, so I thought I'd quote it here: Section 21.1.34 Referring to the Church and Its Members As the Church grows across boundaries, cultures, and languages, the use of its revealed name, The Church of Jesus Christ of ...
As @Matt said it's not that significant because they can be used interchangeably (and are both used, I use our in prayer all the time when with other people). I wanted to address your comment to Matt's answer. Heavenly Father is used so often in a indirect manner because of the personal relationship LDS feel they have with God. If I was talking to my ...
It's not significant. It could have to do with anything from how they're raised, to how they prefer to speak, to language and dialect, to setting, or to anything else. Mormons will say both "Our Heavenly Father" and "Heavenly Father" interchangeably.
Top 50 recent answers are included