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Can You Really Do All Things Through Christ?

Can You Really Do All Things Through Christ?

Throughout the world, Christians rejoice in the beloved scripture, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” It is a simple, but powerful reminder of the love of Jesus Christ and the strength that comes into our lives when we follow Him. However, as we struggle through mortality, we may wonder if we can really do all things through Christ. When …

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3 Temple Tips from an Experienced Temple Worker

3 Temple Tips from an Experienced Temple Worker

For the past five years, I’ve enjoyed serving as an ordinance worker in both the Provo and Provo City Center Temple. I’ve held multiple different callings and currently serve as the assistant shift coordinator. Over the years, my eyes have been opened to so many things; it has been a blessing in my life to feel so comfortable and confident …

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How to Develop Bold, Fearless Charity

How to Develop Bold, Fearless Charity

At first glance, the principle of charity seems to be neatly wrapped up in ideas that denote gentleness, warm compassion, and peace. All of these words are a part of charity. However, I believe charity is also meant to be bold and fearless. When I think of the love of Jesus Christ, which is often used as the ultimate definition …

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3 Reasons You’re TERRIBLE At Ministering + What to Do About It

3 Reasons You're TERRIBLE At Ministering + What to Do About It

This is not meant to be a comfortable conversation. So, if you’re not in a place to face some potentially harsh truths, click away now. It’s totally okay. However, you should also know we’re not here to shame you or make you feel so discouraged you’re unable to act. We’re here to do the complete opposite! Ministering is all about …

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5 Things to Fast From Other Than Food & Water

5 Things to Fast From Other Than Food & Water

Latter-day Saints believe in the principle of fasting. When we fast, we abstain from food and water for a set period of time (generally 24 hours on the first Sunday of each month), to sacrifice our physical needs to place spiritual needs first. Fasting, for many, can be difficult. Due to medical reasons, it is impossible to completely fast for …

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Finding God’s Love When You Hate Yourself

Finding God's Love When You Hate Yourself

There was no singular experience that made me realize the staggering depth of my own shame. Rather, the realization dawned after numerous culminating moments over many years. I always knew self-worth was a struggle I’d face; I grew up in abusive circumstances and I had a great awareness of how sensitive it made me. Yet, I was somehow unaware of …

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Thoughtful Answers to the Important Question “What Lack I Yet?”

Common Answers to the Important Question "What Lack I Yet?"

In Matthew 19, a rich young man approaches Christ with an important question. It is one we all have likely asked at some point in our lives. He asks, “What good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life?” Christ exhorts him to keep the commandments, specifically mentioning some of the Ten Commandments. However, this rich young man …

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What the Good Samaritan Teaches Us About Crossing Roads

What the Good Samaritan Teaches Us About Crossing Roads

The parable of the Good Samaritan is a touching reminder to love without limits. All become our neighbors when we become disciples of Jesus Christ. However, in our human frailties, learning to embody charity can seem overwhelming or difficult.   Luckily, one particular phrase from the parable gives us a good place to start. In the parable, both the priest …

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Here’s One Invitation to Act from Every General Conference Talk

General Conference for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a time to receive revelation and learn how to refocus our lives on the Savior. However, after two entire days and many hours, discovering specific ways to act in order to experience growth can be difficult. While the gospel isn’t certainly a checklist of to-do items, …

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The Devil, A Butter Knife, and My House Upon a Rock

The Devil, A Butter Knife, and My House Upon a Rock

Have you ever felt like your entire life was on fire? We’re not talking about a cozy fireplace with roasting marshmallows or a grease fire shooting out of an oily pan. It’s a wildfire, angry and violent and spreading, billowing out at a breakneck pace to consume everything in its path. It’s utter devastation. I’ve been there and it hurts. …

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