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How to Love Heavenly Father When Your Earthly One Isn’t So Great

How to Love Heavenly Father When Your Earthly One Isn’t So Great

In his most recent General Conference talk, Elder D. Todd Christofferson illustrated the important connection between fathers on earth and our understanding of God. Perhaps the most essential of a father’s work is to turn the hearts of his children to their Heavenly Father, he said. When a father is righteous and loving, he is able to teach his children …

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The Forgotten Fathers of the Stripling Warriors

The Forgotten Fathers of the Stripling Warriors

In the Book of Mormon, a group of converted Lamanites made a covenant with God to never take up their weapons again. Even as their enemies descended down to slaughter them, they refused to shed another drop of blood. However, in the midst of their possible destruction, their sons volunteered to fight in their behalf. They had not made the …

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This Book of Mormon Passage Perfectly Describes Depression

This Book of Mormon Passage Perfectly Describes Depression

According to recent statistics, nearly 7% of all Americans will experience a major depressive disorder in their lifetime. Members of the Church are not immune from this statistic. Elder Jeffrey R. Holland spoke of the serious nature of mental illnesses in his General Conference talk, Like a Broken Vessel. We sense the complexity of such matters when we hear professionals …

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5 Things Every Mormon Can Do to Change Common Misconceptions

5 Things Every Mormon Can Do to Change Common Misconceptions

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be the first to admit it: we are a peculiar people. It is natural in many ways to find ourselves separated and different from the rest of the world. While it shouldn’t be our main focus to try and appease the questions and standards of men, we can do …

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10 LDS Quotes to Read After Losing a Loved One

10 LDS Quotes to Read After Losing a Loved One

Death may be a natural part of Heavenly Father’s Plan of Salvation, but this knowledge doesn’t make the loss any easier. Grief and mourning still occurs, no matter our beliefs about life after death. From the beginning, God has given us counsel and direction through these difficult times. Living prophets and apostles speak today to continue this tradition of love …

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Remember, Heavenly Father and Christ Will Run to Meet You

Remember, Heavenly Father and Christ Will Run to Meet You

One of the most popular parables found in the Bible is the story of the prodigal son. It is easy to understand why. The parable, which tells of a son who squanders his inheritance, leaves his family, and then returns feeling ashamed, mirrors our own mortal probation in many ways. We all fall short of the glory of God in …

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5 MORE Awesome LDS Websites You Really Need to Know About

5 MORE Awesome LDS Websites You Really Need to Know About

Earlier this year, we published a list of 5 Awesome LDS Websites You Really Need to Know About. We’ve realized there are so many more great websites that help members around the world do good and share the gospel. So here are 5 MORE really great websites you need to check out. LDS.org We know, we know. LDS.org? Everyone knows …

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How Following Ammon’s Example Leads to Success at Work

How Following Ammon's Example Leads to Success at Work

In today’s modern world, more Latter-day Saints are looking to gain momentum in their careers than ever before. This is especially true of young single adults. With so many people vying for positions and promotions, how can we succeed in the workplace? It may seem surprising, but the scriptures offer us some great examples about how to be dedicated, effective …

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5 Reasons We Worship Our Pain + 5 Ways to Let It Go

5 Reasons We Worship Our Pain + 5 Ways to Let It Go

Pain is a natural part of our mortal probation. In an oft-quoted piece of writing from Elder Orson F. Whitney, we learn “No pain that we suffer, no trial that we experience is wasted. It ministers to our education, to the development of such qualities as patience, faith, fortitude, and humility. … It is through sorrow and suffering, toil and …

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When Christ Broke the Bread, He Was Breaking Himself

When Christ Broke the Bread, He Was Breaking Himself

All four New Testament Gospels tell the account of Christ feeding his five thousand followers with only five loaves of bread and two fishes. Examined more closely, we can learn a lot about the Atonement and how truly wonderful it is from this experience. After the beheading of John the Baptist, Christ boarded a ship with his apostles to seek …

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