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FHE Lesson on Respect – Using Respectful Words

This FHE Lesson on respect is about how important words are and how using respectful language helps us treat people like children of God.    Scripture Proverbs 16:24 Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones. Hymn Let Us Oft Speak Kind Words | Hymn #232 1. Let us oft speak kind words to …

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8 LDS Father’s Day Quotes

We’ve gathered eight LDS Father’s Day quotes to help you celebrate the father figure in your life. They’re perfect for sharing on social media.                       Aleah IngramAleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing …

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This Video from Al Fox Carraway Is Perfect for Father’s Day

This Video from Al Fox Carraway Is Perfect for Father's Day

LDS author and public speaker Al Fox Carraway shared her powerful testimony about men of God and the essential roles of fathers in a new video she posted to social media. In the video, she discusses her own husband Ben, who is currently a stay-at-home dad, and how we can change our perceptions as a society about what men are …

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How to Be a Dad Who Is Emotionally Intelligent

How to Be a Dad Who Is Emotionally Intelligent

Some dads deal with a lot of opposition in their lives. But it’s how they respond to that opposition that will dictate how they go down in their family’s history books. Our ability to learn, to grow, and to adapt is what separates our success from our failure in our pursuit to become great dads. We are surrounded by people …

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Here’s a Free LDS Father’s Day Card

Here's a Free LDS Father's Day Card

Here is a free LDS Father’s Day card to help make celebrating the father in your life a little bit easier. It features an inspiring quote about fathers from Elder Robert L. Backman: “Father is the noblest title a man can be given.”  You can download it straight to your computer and print off as many copies as you need. …

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How to Help Your Children Love the Scriptures

How to Help Your Children Love the Scriptures

How do you help your children love the scriptures? It isn’t easy, but hopefully, these six ideas will help. Be Consistent in Family Study When children are screaming, teenagers are rolling their eyes, and you’re running around from one task to the next, family scripture study may seem impossible. However, there is nothing more important to building good habits than …

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How Will God Interview Parents?

How do you think God will interview parents? Nathan Mitchell, the Clinical Director of the ANASAZI Foundation, gives a surprising answer! You may also recognize Mitchell for his portrayal of Joseph Smith in the beloved LDS film about the prophet.     Seth Adam SmithSeth Adam Smith is a best-selling, award-winning author and blogger whose writings have been translated into …

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Book Review: Dads Who Stay and Fight by Greg Trimble

Book Review: Dads Who Stay and Fight by Greg Trimble

In a world saturated with images of absentee fathers, the idea of being the hero of your family may seem overwhelming and impossible for any man. Yet, according to a new book from popular LDS author Greg Trimble, that is exactly what Latter-day Saint men should and must become. The good news? Dads Who Stay and Fight: How to Be a Hero for …

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What Every Newly Called Primary President Needs to Know

What Every Newly-Called Primary President Needs to Know

Have you just been called as the Primary President in your LDS congregation? Are you looking for advice on how to serve your children most effectively? We went right to the source and asked women who have served in Primary what they would want a newly called Primary President to know. Here are the very best of their answers. Be …

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