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5 Simple Ways for LDS Missionaries to Effectively Use Facebook

5 Simple Ways for LDS Missionaries to Effectively Use Facebook

I have had dozens of missionaries ask me for advice on how they can use Facebook effectively. I’ve even had members of Mission Presidencies ask me about tips for harnessing the power of social media for missionary work.  When Elder S. Gifford Nielsen came to my mission he charged us to become “franchise owners” in our areas. He explained that means …

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FHE Lesson on Obedience – Obedience to Law is Liberty

This FHE lesson on obedience shows us how keeping the commandments increases our personal liberty.  Scripture D&C 130:21 And when we obtain any blessing from God, it is by obedience to that law upon which it is predicated. Hymn The Still Small Voice | Children’s Songbook, pg. 106 1. Do what is right; the day-dawn is breaking, Hailing a future of freedom and light. …

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5 Ways to Minister to the Fatherless This Father’s Day

5 Ways to Minister to the Fatherless This Father’s Day

Throughout the scriptures, we are commanded to serve those who are fatherless. Consider this passage from the Book of James: “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.” Father’s Day is a time to celebrate men who provide, preside, and protect. These …

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This Oil Vial Container Brings Priesthood Power to Your Home

This Oil Vial Container Brings Priesthood Power to Your Home

As instructed by Jesus Christ, elders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints anoint and bless the sick, the afflicted, and the troubled. Consecrated olive oil is used during priesthood blessings. Many members of the Church carry consecrated oil in small oil vials so they have quick access to oil in emergencies. However, fumbling for or forgetting your oil vial …

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Using Love Languages to Minister: Acts of Service

Using Love Languages to Minister: Acts of Service

Since 1995, Gary Chapman’s theory of the five love languages has helped bring people together, inspiring attentiveness and clarity when it comes to expressing our feelings. According to Chapman, there are five main love languages and a person will feel the most loved when they are served according to their love language. The five love languages are: Receiving Gifts Quality …

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