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Relief Society Lesson 22: Bringing Up Children in Light and Truth

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

Clearly the subject of children is very tricky. On the one hand, it is delightful when the subject of child...

Relief Society Lesson 39: Divine Organization of Women

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

This is a lesson I find rather challenging, so I’m going to suggest a couple of ways to approach it. The fi...

Relief Society Lesson 24: Righteous Living in Perilous Times

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

In the recent General Relief Society meeting, our new President, Linda K. Burton, encouraged us to focus on...


Relief Society Lesson 12: “Tithing, a Law for Our Protection and Advancement”

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

If you don’t know the story of Lorenzo Snow preaching the law of tithing in drought-ridden St. George, Utah...


Why I Am A Mormon Feminist…And Why I Won’t Tell You To Be One, Too

by The Exponent | Makes You Think Mormon Life

MR says: It takes a lot of courage to speak honestly and openly about your beliefs, especially when they mi...

Mormon Women and Motherhood, Fatherhood and Coparenting

by The Exponent | Best of LDS Blogs

As some of you may know, I’m editing an issue of “Sunstone” devoted to Mormon women and motherhood. As work...


“You can’t be what you can’t see”: Sister Missionary Edition

by The Exponent | Best of LDS Blogs

A week or so ago, I found myself eating watermelon in my parent’s kitchen with my six-year old niece. I was...

2011 May Visiting Teaching Message: Teacher’s Choice from Conference

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

Conference months can be a bit tricky when constructing a message to share with the women you visit teach. ...

Gospel Principles Lesson 2: Our Heavenly Family

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

For those of you planning lessons using the Gospel Principles manual for the first time, you may want to lo...

Relief Society Lesson 40: How Glorious Are Faithful, Just, and True Friends

by The Exponent | Lesson Helps

When I’m preparing a lesson, I like to begin with the end in mind: when the women leave class today, what w...