Millennial Morms was a blog established in 2014 to cater especially to the needs and interests of Latter-day Saints of the rising generation. As time went on, one of the site’s original founders left and readers saw a gradual departure from core doctrines. Not long thereafter, the site went up for sale. That's when, Chris Koerner decided to become the new owner of Millennial Morms.
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