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Reminiscing about President Hinckley - and fixing some errors

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Don't you miss President Hinckley? He has been gone five years already. He was warm, and witty and so inspi...

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We Are at War - Encore

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Through the miracle of search engine technology and WikiLeaks, I was able to uncover this document from a r...

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Reverence: A "Carrot" Approach

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Back in March, I wrote two posts about kids and reverence, one conceptual (here), and one about application...

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FHE: Taking the Show on the Road

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

We had a great Family Home Evening last night. We try and have a great FHE every week, but a lot of them fa...

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Why We Need to Stay in the Boat

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Mormon Life

I think that the teaching of “staying in the boat” is effective because it is so visual. We can relate to i...

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Family Home Avenging

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Last night I finally took the entire family to see The Avengers. For FHE. What? Yes, once in a while we go ...

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WofW: What Was He Thinking?

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

The following thought are random thoughts of mine. They do not necessarily represent the views of the LDS C...

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The Deeper Meaning of 'Good Tidings'

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

I have a small confession to make. To this day, when I hear someone read from Luke, chapter 2, I hear the v...

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Missionary Service: Guys Have it Easy

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

To serve a mission or not to serve a mission, that is the question... Guys have it easy - the answer is "Ye...

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How 'Enduring to the End' Can Be As Exciting As Riding a Roller Coaster, Without Hurling

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Fun Mormon Life

MR says: It's true, sometimes life can be brutal. But are we really just hanging on wishing for the ri...