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How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 12: “Fruitful in the Land of My Affliction”

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

Both the current lesson manual and this trio of lessons scheduled for 18 May, 25 May, and 8 June 1930 exami...

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Dale Kilbourn: “A Gifted Man … Part of the Artistic Heritage of the Church”

by Keepapitchinin | Arts & Entertainment

“I, Tom Turkey, hope to be cooked by a woman of integrity.” This was the caption below a wonderfully-dresse...

October Conference Wordles: A Keepa Puzzle

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Remember Wordles? Those are the word clouds produced by wordle.net: You run some text through their program...

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Jokes from Old Church Magazines So Corny That You Can't Stop Reading

by Keepapitchinin | Humor Fun Mormon Life

The blog Keepapitchinin recently rifled through a series of old Church magazines and rounded up a numb...

Lesson 22: Have Ye Received His Image in Your Countenances?

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

Purpose: To help class members understand what it means to experience a change of heart and continue in the...

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Joseph Smith

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

From the Children’s Friend, 1945 . . . ...

How John F. Kennedy Learned About the 1,100 Mormon Missionaries in Germany, 1963

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

U.S. President John F. Kennedy made a visit to five European nations in June, 1963. His first visit was to ...

Gospel Doctrine Lesson 25: How We Taught This Topic in the Past

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

I’ve fallen behind in this series; my apologies to anyone who might have been skimming through them in prep...

My Philosophy of Teaching Gospel Doctrine

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

The annual shift in Sunday School focus from one book of scripture to another is a wake-up call for me as a...

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Read some of Elder Gordon B. Hinckley's newswriting from 1936

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

They came nearly five hundred strong. Every portion of food was served in a piece of yesterday’s newspaper ...