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Teaching Modesty: A YM Leader’s Perspective

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

For most of my adult life, I’ve had callings in the Young Men’s organization. Scouts, church sports, campou...

The Crushing Burden of Reverence

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

The kid behind me on the airplane kept kicking my seat. It was a long flight, about 6 hours, and he’d kicke...

Thoughts from Sunday School – Eliza on judging

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

Today in sacrament meeting I read hymn #273 “Truth Reflects Upon Our Senses,” by our feminist heroine and f...

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Reclaiming Our Inner Pioneer: Edible Perennials, Berries

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

Reclaiming our Inner Pionner is a series to explore how we can harness our mormony talents for industriousn...

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Reclaiming Our Inner Pioneer: Simplify in the Garden

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

Reclaiming our Inner Pionner is a series to explore how we can harness our mormony talents for industriousn...

Becoming like Christ

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I finally put the last of the Christmas ornaments away (2 weeks earlier than last year). I figure it’s a go...

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Reclaiming Our Inner Pioneer: I grew garlic, now what?

by Feminist Mormon Housewives | Best of LDS Blogs

Reclaiming our Inner Pionner is a series to explore how we can harness our mormony talents for industriousn...

Ramifications of being an imperfect mom

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If you came to my house on any weekday afternoon between the hours of 4-6pm, chances are good you might hea...

Well, it Depends on Your Point of View

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One of the first conflicts I discovered as Darius Gray and I began writing African American Mormon history ...

Mourning the Children Who Never Were

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I turned 39 this year, and I’ve been surprised at how this has affected me emotionally primarily because, a...