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Confessions of a Relief Society President: How the Sister Missionaries Drove Me Crazy

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Turning 30 means you have SOME life experience. And therefore, if you live in the ‘mission field,’ you have...

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Poll: Suffer the Little Children to Come unto Sacrament Meeting

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During the past several years, I have rarely had a spiritually enriching experience at sacrament meeting. I...

Gospel Essentials Lesson 1: Our Heavenly Father

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We’ve noticed that people have been a little nervous about starting this new manual, so I’ve put in more ma...

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What A Pope Can Teach Us About Modesty

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Pope Francis’ obvious decency appeals to me as a human. His discourse and homilies appeal to me as a Christ...

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Relief Society Lesson: More on the Life and Ministry of Lorenzo Snow

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I love this lesson series. I love the different approaches different writers take, and the insights they ha...

Learning to scale back

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Earlier this month, I helped some old friends stage their home, in order to get higher offers. It was not a...

Gospel Principles Lesson 3: Jesus Christ, Our Chosen Leader and Savior

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“I glory in plainness; I glory in truth; I glory in my Jesus, for he hath redeemed my soul from hell.” I ha...

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iPad, iSad, iMad, iBad, iGlad

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This is a story about wanting someone to do the right thing, and not giving a crap if they do it for the ri...

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Mormons and Death: Childhood Pets

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My sister and her family recently moved across the country, just a few days after their pet cat gave birth ...

Relief Society Lesson #44: The Second Coming of Jesus Christ

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The people at the time of Christ were familiar with prophesies about Christ, but they were sometimes confus...