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How Prophets & Apostles Suggest We Prepare For General Conference

How Prophets & Apostles Suggest We Prepare For General Conference

This weekend we will have the opportunity to hear from the leaders of our church, divinely inspired prophets and apostles with messages tailored for us and our day. As you prepare thoughtfully and prayerfully for General Conference, you will be able to receive the inspiration and guidance you need for the coming days. Here are just a few suggestions on …

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Discovering the Twelve Tribes of Israel in Russia

Discovering the Twelve Tribes of Israel in Russia

Three months before the end of my mission in Samara, Russia, I was sitting in the mission office chatting with some other elders when one of them mentioned he had met a member from the tribe of Issachar in a city far to the north. I nearly fell out of my chair. Scrambling for my backpack, I pulled my notebook …

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25 Book of Mormon Scriptures About Hope

25 Book of Mormon Scriptures About Hope

Do you need some hope in your life? The scriptures were given by the Lord to help us feel His love. These 25 Book of Mormon scriptures about hope are good for personal study, preparation for classes and talks, and sharing with others. 1 Nephi 16:4-5 And it came to pass that I, Nephi, did exhort my brethren, with all …

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Gospel Q&A: Why Have Baptism Policies for Children of LGBTQ Members Changed Multiple Times?

Gospel Q&A: Why Have Baptism Policies for Children of LGBTQ Members Changed Multiple Times?

Gospel Q&A is a series from LDS Daily that strives to answer important gospel questions from readers. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the policy changes surrounding baptism and the children of LGBTQ members. Specifically, we’ll be looking at the questions, “Why did President Monson make it so children of gay parents can’t get baptized if President Nelson was …

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What the Bible Story of Joseph Teaches Us About Forgiveness

What the Bible Story of Joseph Teaches Us About Forgiveness

The earliest memories I have of the biblical story of Joseph is watching the 1999 direct-to-video production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. When you’re watching “Benjamin Calypso” with its palm trees and neon flights, the full weight of the family drama doesn’t exactly hit. It can be easy to gloss over the reality of what Joseph faced in …

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Our Response Will Define Us: Welcoming and Caring For Refugees

Our Response Will Define Us: Welcoming and Caring For Refugees

Featurd Image | Zurab Kurtsikidze/EPA Love Thy Neighbour Not long after Christ’s triumphant ride into Jerusalem, a lawyer came to him with a question. “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?” the lawyer asked. Christ replied that he should love God with all his strength and soul. “And,” Christ continued, “the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love …

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Gospel Q&A: What Do I Do When I Need a Miracle?

Gospel Q&A: What Do I Do When I Need a Miracle?

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, “What do I do when I need a miracle or divine intervention?” 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. What Do …

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The Myth Of Finding “The One”

The Myth Of Finding "The One"

Ah, love. It’s in the air again. That time of year when light breaks through yonder windows and chocolate is purchased by the pallet. That time when, especially in the culture of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the minds of young men and women turn towards the search “The One.” But that idea, that there exists for …

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