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The Power of Saying No, Even Within the Church

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Sometimes saying no, even to good things, really just frees us to say yes to something bigger the Lord has ...

Well, I really want to be married.

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So when I was first asked to write this post, I thought to myself, “Seriously? I’m being asked to write a p...

Song of the Heart

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When I was a child, there was a family in our neighborhood who always came caroling on Christmas Eve. They’...

Fall, Stand

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I open the door to the little yoga studio and walk down the steps. The air smells spicy. I roll out my mat,...

Passing the Bridge of Sighs

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Many years ago, when our marriage had that just-out-of-the-box shine, my husband (G) and I lived in England...

‘Tis the season to give each other goodies (but I really wish we wouldn’t)

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I know that some of you out there enjoy giving and receiving neighbor gifts at Christmas time. In fact, rig...

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A Spiritual Danger of Technology That No One Ever Thinks About

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The internet has enabled people to become more widely informed without a formal education. It has helped to...

It’s Rated What?

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“I watched an R-rated movie,” I blurted out at the dinner table. My father took in a deep breath that indic...

Failure Academy

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“Try again. Fail again. Fail Better.” Samuel Beckett In the early summer of 1991 we thought we had the worl...

A Natural Woman

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I’m glad I’m a woman. I’m glad I’m a wife. I’m glad I’m a mother. I’m glad I’m a Mormon. In fact, my Mormon...