Almost and Altogether Converted unto Christ by Antone Roundy In Acts chapter 26, we read that, after Paul had borne testimony of his vision of Jesus, he asked, “King Agrippa, believest thou the prophets? So in this 2011 world of “Nice to Tweet you,” many LDS singles are initiating their first encounters in a decidedly digital way.Latter-day Saints Forums allow members to post on topics of interest.Email (Send & Receive) allow members to interact within LDS Passions without giving out personal contact details.Robert Schick, of Intellectual Reserve Inc., who represents the Mormon church's trademarks, argued that the dating site has no official connection with the LDS and consequently, no claim to use its language or images."We believe we are well within our rights to protect both the use of the name of the church and the image of the Salt Lake temple and to make clear that the plaintiff's business has no connection whatsoever to the church," Schick told The Houston Chronicle.Jonathan Eller, who co-founded Mormon Match with Matthew La Pointe, defended the Texas-based company's use of the Mormon name and said he was not trying to pick a fight with his church."I love the church," he said.We listen to feedback, and we love hearing your success stories!"One of the things I really like about this site is that you can do some 'socializing' without it being a date and without it being one of those singles dances!
The Mutual team is committed to upholding the standards of our faith, and making Mutual a genuine and safe place you can trust.Chat options include text chat, audio chat & webcam chat.*LDS Passions is one site within the Passions Network network of 260 niche online dating social networking sites.If you do not have an existing account within Passions Network, then you can join LDS Passions, and it will be 100% free.The online dating service first ran into problems when Eller tried to trademark the site's logo, according to his New York attorney Sid Rao.On April 4, the day before the company was set to argue its trademark case against the board, the LDS church directly reached out to Mormon Match's data hosting company "and demanded it be shut down, while simultaneously declining to respond to any correspondence from him or Eller."The lawsuit surrounds whether the church has exclusive ownership over the word Mormon, or if the dating service can use it on its site.