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Fuel the Find! Make History & Join Worldwide Indexing Event

Fuel the Find! Make History & Join Worldwide Indexing Event

Indexing is an important part of family history and genealogical work; it is the process by which users transcribe information from historical documents so they are easy to search online. For years, Latter-day Saint members around the world have set indexing goals for their youth groups, wards, and stakes. Now Family Search, the Church’s official family history website, is planning …

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Free From the Bonds of Addiction – FHE Lesson

Free From the Bonds of Addiction - FHE Lesson

Scripture 2 Nephi 2:27 Wherefore, men are free according to the flesh; and all things are given them which are expedient unto man. And they are free to choose liberty and eternal life, through the great Mediator of all men, or to choose captivity and death, according to the captivity and power of the devil; for he seeketh that all …

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Why Millennials Aren’t Marrying (Even Within the Church)

Why Millennials Aren't Marrying (Even Within the Church)

I recently had the opportunity to attend an LDS Influencers Conference. Designed to help members of the Church with influence on the online community, numerous topics are discussed, from statistical data on recent Church campaigns to how we can better share goodness through social media. Out of everything that was shared, one statistic about marriage left a lasting impression. “Millennials …

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Adding Light Into Our Lives – FHE Lesson

Adding Light Into Our Lives - FHE Lesson

Scripture D&C 45:7 For verily I say unto you that I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the light and the life of the world—a light that shineth in darkness and the darkness comprehendeth it not. Hymn Lead, Kindly Light, Hymn #97 1. Lead, kindly Light, amid th’encircling gloom; Lead thou me on! The night is dark, …

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Scouting, Duty to God, and the Aaronic Priesthood

Scouting, Duty to God & the Aaronic Priesthood

Ben Anderson is the founder of Boy Scout 411. You can learn more about their resources for scouting here.  I have been asked this question numerous times: “Why does the LDS Church support Scouting when they have the Duty to God program?” I always ask a follow-up question with “What do you know about the Duty to God program?” I …

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What Does It Mean to Be a Pioneer? – FHE Lesson

What Does It Mean to Be a Pioneer? - FHE Lesson

Scripture Dallin H. Oaks  In every nation, in every worthy occupation and activity, members of this church face hardships, overcome obstacles, and follow the servants of the Lord Jesus Christ as valiantly as the pioneers of any age. Hymn Come, Come, Ye Saints, Hymn #30 1. Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear; But with joy wend your …

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Powerful Things LDS Teens Can Do to Prepare For a Better Future

5 Things LDS Teens Can Do to Prepare For a Better Future

During your wonderful, magical teen years, it’s normal to think that preparing for the future isn’t important, but nothing could be further from the truth. How you prepare today will determine the course you travel for the rest of your life. Just slow down for a moment and look around you. If you’ll honestly look you’ll clearly see examples of …

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The Joy Repentance Can Bring – FHE Lesson

The Joy Repentance Can Bring - FHE Lesson

Scripture Helaman 4:15 And it came to pass that they did repent, and inasmuch as they did repent they did begin to prosper. Hymn Come Unto Jesus, Hymn #117 1. Come unto Jesus, ye heavy laden, Careworn and fainting, by sin oppressed. He’ll safely guide you unto that haven Where all who trust him may rest. 2. Come unto Jesus; …

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3 Tips to Get You On Your Way to Finding an Eternal Companion

3 Tips to Get You On Your Way to Finding an Eternal Companion

In a faith that emphasizes family and with a world culture that can make dating and marriage difficult, finding an eternal companion can seem like an insurmountable task. But with the right perspective based in Gospel teachings and some basic know-how, you can feel more confident. These three tips are here to help you get on the right track. TIP …

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Families Last Forever. Summer Won’t.

Mormon.org has launched a new campaign to help you and your family make great memories this summer! Each week on their blog they’ll be providing a list of great activities you can do with your family to enjoy all 56 remaining days of summer.     On their blog, the team at Mormon.org posted this description: Families last forever. Summer …

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