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5 Great LDS Back to School Quotes

5 Great LDS Back to School Quotes

Whether you’re preparing to go back to school, helping your children get excited for another year, or just a life-long learner, these five LDS back to school quotes and the talks they come from are great sources of inspiration about education and knowledge. ONE. We should learn to discern the truth not only through our rational minds but also through …

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The Church States “Two Purposes: Accepting and Including People with Disabilities” in Beautiful New Video

This past Sunday morning, the Church released a visually and spiritually powerful video concerning how we can all improve at serving and loving our fellow brothers and sisters with disabilities. As members of the Church, we sometimes overlook others who may struggle with disabilities and mental illnesses. But in this recent video produced by the Church in collaboration with a …

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5 Ways To Become The Architect of Your Own Happiness

5 Ways To Become The Architect of Your Own Happiness

In a day and age where we feel we have a great deal to be worried about, it’s important to take a step back and realize our ability to create our own happiness, no matter what circumstances we may find ourselves in. Within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, there is a large focus placed on our “agency”.  …

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New Church Video: “One in Christ”

New Church Video One in Christ

In a new video from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elder Ulisses Soares reflects on the uniting process that needs to occur among Christ’s disciples. He uses the mighty, majestic Amazon River, and two large rivers that unite to form it, as a symbol. Watch the video below.   You can read Elder Soares’ full General Conference …

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Same-Sex Attraction, Safe Spaces, and the Savior

Same-Sex Attraction, Safe Spaces, and the Savior

As disciples of Jesus Christ, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are commanded to “love one another” (John 13:34). Sadly, many members of the Church who experience same-sex attraction or identify as homosexual report feeling hated or rejected, both by other members and even by the institution itself. To others, this reaction is surprising because Church …

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Family History: Stories of The Past Connect Us With Our Present

Finding your family history is becoming easier than ever, and the stories we can learn can give us the strength to meet our daily challenges. With applications such as Family Search, Ancestry, and even DNA tests to show us the entire makeup of our genealogy, learning about our family history is becoming easier than ever. People are feeling so much …

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How to Give a Talk in Church When You Have Anxiety

How to Give a Talk in Church When You Have Anxiety

Standing in front of a congregation and giving a talk is an intimidating prospect for many Latter-day Saint members. If you’ve got a mental illness, such as anxiety, or more intense phobias of public speaking, it may feel impossible. However, sharing your testimony with your fellow ward members can be a growing experience for everyone and lead to greater light …

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10 Quotes To Remind You That You Are Enough

In a world that constantly seems to be telling us what we lack, need, and ought to change, it is important to remind ourselves of the inherent good we have within ourselves. Here are 10 quotes to remind you that you are truly enough and that you have a loving Heavenly Father who sees your efforts each day.     …

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Latter-day Saint Couple Shares Miracles After Sandy Hook Tragedy in New Video

Latter-day Saint Couple Shares Miracles After Sandy Hook Tragedy in New Video

In a new 13-minute video from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Alissa and Robbie Parker discuss the hidden miracles they experienced after the unimaginable tragedy of losing their six-year-old daughter Emilie in the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting. Alissa and Robbie have spoken through the years on Emilie’s life and what they’ve learned from the loss and …

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