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Harmful Things Mormons Say Without Meaning To

by Segullah | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Just a reminder to be sensitive about what you say but also to search for the love and true meaning behind ...

Sermons and sweaters: General Conference Traditions

by Segullah

The upstairs hall is crowded with plastic garbage bags, bursting with shorts and flip flops bound for DI. T...

What the Little Old Lady Said

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I was so busy corralling my children down the grocery store aisle that I almost ran into the old lady in fr...

Staying Grounded

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

My brother Aaron wrote a family letter day-before-yesterday, chronicling the goings-on of his week. It was ...


Why You Shouldn't Judge Wealthy Mormons

by Segullah | Opinions & Features

My friend Amy lives in a little rental house in a very wealthy neighborhood. Recently a friend visited and ...

Statue of Limitations

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

When I was a freshman at BYU, and straight out of being raised “in the mission field” of vast California, I...

A mom finding it hard to "own" staying at home

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I was at my 20th High School reunion last week. It was strange and wonderful and a little creepy all at onc...

Guess Who’s Paying for Dinner?

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

Thanks to a fancy new job and, more to the point, a fancy new salary, for the first time in my adult life I...


The Virtue of Stubbornness

by Segullah | Makes You Think

Several spiritual wildernesses ago, I found myself a new scripture hero. Caleb, from the Old Testament, was...


Discovering Jane

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I remember it like it happened yesterday. I was 5 months into my first pregnancy, a semi-newlywed and carry...