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Why Modesty (Still) Matters

Why Modesty (Still) Matters

My grandmother used to tell a story regarding the Testing Center at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Whether it really occurred or is just an urban legend, no one can really say. At the time she was a co-ed in the 1940s, all women were required to wear knee-length or longer skirts to school every day, no matter the …

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Gospel Q&A: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

Gospel Q&A: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

Gospel Q&A is a series from LDS Daily that strives to answer important gospel questions from readers. Today, we’ll be answering the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Do you have a question you’d like to see answered? Send us an email at calledtoshare@ldsdaily.com or leave it in the comments below. Why Do Bad Things Happen to …

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Taking Your New Year’s Resolutions To Heavenly Father

Taking Your New Year's Resolutions To The Heavenly Father

It’s that time of the year again. The holidays are over, the fun is winding down. Your New Year’s resolutions, which looked so appealing on the other side of January 1st, now seem much harder. You made them, but now it’s time to see if they stay made. There is a multitude of suggestions out there on how to follow …

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10 Things Church Leaders Have Taught About Eve

10 Things Church Leaders Have Taught About Eve

Latter-day Saints have an expanded view on the Fall of Adam and Eve and specifically about Mother Eve. While many Christian sects look down upon Eve for her sinfulness, Latter-day Saints believe Eve should be revered and honored. Here are ten teachings and quotes from Church leaders about Eve. Glorious Mother Eve President Joseph F. Smith saw a vision of …

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Willing and Doing: More Fully Living Our Sacramental Covenants

Willing and Doing: More Fully Living Our Sacramental Covenants

When my children were toddlers, I wanted them (ideally) not just to be quiet while the Sacrament was being passed, but to feel the Spirit and learn what’s so important about it. One successful way for me to enhance our reverence has been to quietly whisper in my child’s ear about what the Sacrament means. Pro tip: If you whisper …

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5 Quotes From President Nelson To Give You Hope In A New Year

President Nelson Encourages Hurricane Survivors in Caribbean

As we leave behind a challenging year and enter a new one, here are five quotes from President Russell M. Nelson to inspire you with hope. “Strength comes when you remember that you have a divine nature, an inheritance of infinite worth. The Lord has reminded you, your children, and your grandchildren that you are lawful heirs, that you have …

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5 Unexpected Ways I Feel the Spirit

5 Unexpected Ways I Feel the Spirit

The greatest spiritual side-effect of depression, in my personal opinion, is a lack of connection to God. You can’t feel the Spirit. You can’t feel God’s love. You don’t feel guided or directed. You don’t know if he’s there. There’s this great echo when you pray, somehow expanded into the heavens yet ringing loudly inside yourself. There aren’t words to …

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10 Resources to Study the Old Testament

10 Resources to Study the Old Testament

The Old Testament can be intimidating! As we dive into another year of Come, Follow Me study, these ten Old Testament resources can help us understand this important and inspiring witness of Jesus Christ. Come, Follow Me Manual – Available online here The Come, Follow Me manual for individuals and families is one of the easiest ways to study the …

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Feeling The Post-Mission Blues? You’re Not Alone.

Feeling The Post-Mission Blues? You're Not Alone.

You did it. Somewhere around 18-24 months ago, you started your service as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Now you’re done! You’re home! You gave a talk in your home ward, played with your dog, maybe went to Cafe Rio, and then definitely binged all the Marvel movies that you missed. But then a …

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