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How the Resurrection Creates Hope

How the Resurrection Creates Hope

Life is hard. As members of the Church, we sometimes find living our religion can seem to make life even harder. How can this be? There are certain morals and ethics embedded in us, but as God-fearing people we also have commandments and guidelines we’ve dedicated our lives to following. It can seem weighty and pressing. We are not perfect and when challenges …

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Hallelujah for Easter! – FHE Lesson

Hallelujah for Easter FHE Lesson

Scripture Alma 26:16 Therefore, let us glory, yea, we will glory in the Lord; yea, we will rejoice, for our joy is full; yea, we will praise our God forever. Behold, who can glory too much in the Lord? Yea, who can say too much of his great power, and of his mercy, and of his long-suffering towards the children …

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FREE Easter Kits from Popular Mormon Artists and Designers

FREE Easter Kits from Popular Mormon Artists and Designers

To support the Church’s official Easter campaign, the popular LDS resource site Sugardoodle has teamed up with six amazing artists and designers to create free Easter kits your whole family will love. Each kit contains several printable Easter supplies. Examples of the kits you can download are an Easter Advent Kit, Easter boxes, Easter decorations, recipes and more! You can …

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Church Releases New Coloring Book for Kids, FREE Pages Available Here

Church Releases New Coloring Book for Kids, FREE Pages Available Here

The Church is hoping to start building a lifelong love of the scriptures with a new series of children’s coloring books. Scripture Stories Coloring Book: Book of Mormon is the first installment in the series and was released this week. It is aimed to help children become interested and engaged with scripture stories. Inside the coloring book, children and their …

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3 Simple and Easy Activities Centered Around Easter

Out of the many holidays we celebrate each year, Easter is one of the most important. It is a time to remember Christ and the glory of His Atonement. While it can be easy to focus on candy and Easter egg hunts, finding ways to turn your family towards Jesus Christ is easier than you think. Here are just a …

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Celebrate Two Year Anniversary of Mormon Women Stand

Celebrate Two Year Anniversary of Mormon Women Stand & Share Your Story

Founded in 2014, Mormon Women Stand is an online community created for women in the Church to make a public stand as witnesses of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Church. As they approach their two-year anniversary, the founders of Mormon Women Stand are inviting all women in the Church to submit a photo representing how you stand as …

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The Ultimate LDS Easter Gift Guide

The Easter season is a time of rejoicing in the most momentous even in human history: the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, as with most holidays, commercialism and distraction has come and made it hard to focus on the most important aspects of Easter. Easter is a time of joy and can be celebrated with traditional baskets and egg hunts. …

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3 Ways We Sabotage Our Weight Loss Success

3 Ways We Sabotage Our Weight Loss Success

James Allen once said, “A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts.” I believe the same principle exists in the health and fitness of the body. A man is literally what he eats, his body being the complete sum of all he consumes. There are numerous ways we can sabotage our …

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How Do I Know If God Loves Me? – FHE Lesson

How Do I Know If God Loves Me? - FHE Lesson

Scripture John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Hymn My Heavenly Father Loves Me | Children’s Songbook, Pg. #228 1. Whenever I hear the song of a bird Or look at the blue, blue sky, Whenever I feel the rain …

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5 Things Every Missionary Mom Needs to Survive

For a young elder or sister about to embark on their missions, it is a time of great anticipation and excitement. For their mothers, it can mark the beginning of the hardest two years or eighteen months they’ll face. The same is true for any parent or guardian of a missionary. It is a sacred and special time, but it …

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