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What a Trip to the Gas Station Taught Me about Sins of Omission

by Mormon Hub | Makes You Think Mormon Life

My first son is teething. With one hand I tried to soothe his cries. With the other hand I tried to explain...

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How Mormonism Helped Me Find the Path to True Happiness

by Normons | Makes You Think Mormon Life

My name is Jenna, and I’m a recent convert to the LDS Church. I was baptized on July 12th, 2014, in Austin ...

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5 Tips For Handling Post-Mission Life

by Millennial Mormons | Makes You Think Mormon Life

The key to being a successful return missionary is transferring gained knowledge and skills from this alter...

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10 Scientific Tips for Finding Optimism in the Gospel

by Mormon Hub | Makes You Think Mormon Life

How strong is your hope for the future? Are you optimistic? Eric Barker’s article “11 scientific studies th...

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Why Doctrine and Covenants 76 is So Significant

by Deseret News | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Of Joseph Smith’s many revelations, his vision of the three degrees of glory recorded in Doctrine and Coven...

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25 Types of Prayers to Try

by Mormon Hub | Makes You Think Mormon Life

How Many Kinds of Prayer are There? We might need reminding that there are many kinds of prayers, and we mi...

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Dating Coaches Address LDS Singles' Concerns

by Deseret News | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Amy Stevens, a professional matchmaker and dating coach, and Alisa Snell, a marriage and family therapist, ...

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Why You Should Stop Wondering if You're 'Good Enough'

by Millennial Mormons | Makes You Think

I recently had a conversation with a good friend about dating. Among other things, we talked about how reje...

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20 Interesting Temple Facts You May Not Know

by Aggieland Mormons | Makes You Think

There are over 15 million members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the world and templ...

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How Old Is Too Old to Trick-or-Treat?

by Kelsey Berteaux | Makes You Think

Growing up, the rule was simple: once you're a teenager, you're no longer allowed to go trick-or-treating. ...