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4 Things to Consider When You Struggle With General Conference

4 Things to Consider When You Struggle With General Conference

For many, General Conference is a feast of inspiration and direction from heaven. However, there are also many who experience feelings of pain, loneliness, and even anger as they listen to the messages. The reasons for these feelings are varied and unique to the person. Regardless of the cause or trigger, how can we reconcile some of these feelings with gospel …

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The Biggest General Conference Rumor No One’s Talking About

The Biggest General Conference Rumor No One's Talking About

Have you heard? We’re switching to a two-hour church block! The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is changing its name! Missionaries will wear casual clothes! There is going to be so many new temples! Rumors always float around as a General Conference weekend approaches, but there seems to be a bit more spark to things this time. Maybe it has something to …

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3 Ways to Add “Miracle-Grow” to Your Seed of Faith

3 Ways to Add "Miracle-Grow" to Your Seed of Faith

Throughout scriptures, the process of acquiring faith in Jesus Christ and his gospel is often compared to a seed. Even if our faith is as small as mustard seed, we can move mountains. As we nourish our faith, it will enlighten our understanding and become delicious to us. These are truly beautiful representations of faith! However, just as seeds can …

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The Name of Christ Means Nothing If It’s Not Written In Our Hearts

Though members of the Church have often sought to distance themselves from inappropriate nicknames and references in regards to their faith, this mission came into sharper focus as President Russell M. Nelson, prophet and president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, issued a statement concerning the name of the Church. In the statement, President Nelson called for …

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Why Don’t You Accept the Grace of Jesus Christ?

Why Don't You Accept the Grace of Jesus Christ?

Grace is a gift from Heavenly Father given through His Son, Jesus Christ. The word grace, as used in the scriptures, refers primarily to enabling power and spiritual healing offered through the mercy and love of Jesus Christ. – LDS.org A common myth about members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is that we place an emphasis on …

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5 Essentials for Finding Out How Someone REALLY Is

5 Essentials for Finding Out How Someone REALLY Is

Finding ways to be emotionally vulnerable with one another is a key element to ministering as Jesus Christ would. Throughout history and through our own lives, Christ intimately understands our needs, our desires, our fears, and even those things we are unable to express. While we definitely cannot do all that Christ does, nor are we meant to, we can …

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A New Way to Look at Jesus Christ as “The Word”

A New Way to Look at Jesus Christ as "The Word"

The first verse of the gospel of John has been dissected and discussed for centuries. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Theologians and scholars agree “the Word” is a reference to Jesus Christ. This simple verse reminds us that Christ existed with God, our Heavenly Father, in the pre-mortal life and came to Earth, in part, to reveal …

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5 Lies Satan Tells You When You Sin

5 Lies Satan Tells You When You Sin

I am a sinner. I do not think this admission is easy for anyone, yet it is a thread that ties the human family together. We all sin and our struggle to put off the natural man is a consequence of the journey we have begun in this fallen world. As Paul wrote, “all have sinned, and come short of the …

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5 Ways to Pray With Maturity

5 Ways to Pray With Maturity

Recently, I came across this image: I was touched by its message and have contemplated the idea of praying with maturity. I had never heard that phrase before! What did it really mean for me, in my life? I came up with five different ideas on how I can pray with maturity and I think they can benefit you too. You …

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