Well, that depends which God you mean. The LDS view of God, and gods, is very different to mainstream Christianity.
Elohim is Father in Heaven: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/god-godhead?lang=eng&letter=g
Father in Heaven: The Father of the spirits of all mankind. Jesus is his Only Begotten Son in the flesh. Man has been commanded to obey and give reverence to the Father and to pray to him in Jesus’ name.
God the Son: The God known as Jehovah is the Son, Jesus Christ… he is the eldest of the spirit children of Elohim… it was actually Jesus who was the Creator under the direction of God the Father [but see further down for 3].
Jesus Christ: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/jesus-christ?lang=eng
It denotes “the eternal I AM.” Jehovah is the premortal Jesus Christ and came to earth as a son of Mary (Mosiah 3:8; 15:1; 3 Ne. 15:1–5).
Michael the Archangel: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/michael?lang=eng&letter=m
The name by which Adam was known in the premortal life. He is called the Archangel. In Hebrew the name means “Who is like God.”
Adam: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/adam?lang=eng&letter=a Adam is the Ancient of Days and is also known as Michael (Dan. 7; D&C 27:11; 107:53–54; 116; 138:38). He is the archangel and will come again to the earth as the patriarch of the human family, preparatory to the second coming of Jesus Christ (D&C 29:26).
Because the LDS teaches that it was Michael who was put on Earth as Adam, and Michael was one of three gods, they have their Adam-God doctrine. Adam is said to be the incarnation of a god who is ‘related’ to man. Brigham Young said on April 9, 1852 “When our father Adam came into the Garden of Eden, he came into it with a celestial body, and brought Eve, one of his wives, with him. He helped to make and organize this world. He is Michael, the Archangel, the Ancient of Days about whom holy men have spoken – He is our Father and our God, and the only God with whom we have to do… the earth was organized by three distinct characters, namely Elohim, Jehovah and Michael, these three forming a quorum… (Journal of Discourses 1:50-51). All of that, however, is denied as being official LDS doctrine.
The LDS speaks of “the law of eternal progression” which is also necessary to understand in order to answer the question. The basic principle of the law of eternal progression was stated by their fifth President, Lorenzo Snow who is famous for the following couplet: “As man now is, God once was; as God now is, man may be3” That's in the LDS magazine Ensign, May 1977 page 49.
The LDS believes in a hierarchy of various gods and goddesses, some who rank much higher than others. There is Elohim and his goddess wife who birthed Jehovah as their first-born spirit baby; Jehovah then created our universe but had to be born as the man Jesus to progress his plan of salvation. All Mormons believe they were once born as spirit babies to their own god and goddess parents, and if they do as Jesus did, being obedient to the Mormon faith on earth and being married, they could attain the highest level of the kingdom and eventually get their own planet to populate with spirit children who will later become mortal.
When it was time for Elohim to prepare the earth for occupancy, the HEAD OF THE GODS called a Council of the gods and there the gods agreed the plan for earth should be Jehovah's plan. Notice plural gods?
References - LDS Journal of Discourses Vol. 6 pp 3-5; The Seer by LDS Apostle Orson Pratt, pp 37-38; Mormon Doctrine by LDS Apostle Bruce R McConkie pp 163-164; Doctrines of Salvation by LDS prophet Joseph F. Smith, Vol 1 pp 64-66.
Now, if the LDS response to all this is to say such ideas are not doctrine, there’s no point in anybody doing any verbatim quotations from documents because those will simply be dismissed as unofficial writings, or statements. But what cannot be denied is that the LDS way of thinking about God, and gods, means there is a massive semantics problem here, which is why I said at the start, "Well, that depends which God you mean."