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A Glimpse at Relief Society Behind the Iron Curtain

by Excerpted from <i>A Refuge from the Storm</i> by President Boyd K. Packer | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Some years ago Sister Packer and I were in Czechoslovakia, then behind the Iron Curtain. It was not easy to...

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Why My Kids' Computer is in the Living Room

by The Blaze | Mormon Life

While visiting our home for the first time, a friend noticed the iMac sitting on a small desk in the corner...

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8 Tips for a More Effective Family Home Evening

by LDS Church News | Mormon Life Lesson Helps

For many years prophets have counseled families to set aside one night a week for time together learning an...

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6 Things the Happiest Families All Have in Common

by The Week | Mormon Life

Family life is hectic. Most of us play it by ear and hope it works out well. Or maybe you haven't started a...

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Are Single LDS Men Really A "Menace to Society"?

by Jessica Carter | Mormon Life

A quick Google search will show that Brigham Young is overwhelmingly credited with some version of the foll...

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What I Learned from My Mission in Zimbabwe

by Crestview News Bulletin | Mormon Life

When Justin Mozina was growing up in Crestview, he was not serious enough about preparing to go on a Church...

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Dave Says: How to Have a Wedding Without Debt

by Dave Ramsey | Mormon Life

Dear Dave, I’m getting married soon, and my fiancée and I together have saved about $9,000 for our wedding....

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How Not to Feel Like a Failure on a Mission

by Religion News Service | Mormon Life

One of my favorite Mormon books this year has been BYU historian Craig Harline’s funny and wise memoir Way ...

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Sharing The Book of Mormon on YouTube

by Meridian Magazine | News from Utah Mormon Life

Elder David A. Bednar recently issued a challenge to members of the church during a landmark address on the...

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The Truth About "Molly Mormon" We Keep Forgetting

by Kelsey Berteaux | Mormon Life

I was a Laurel when I first heard Vickie Gunther’s poem, “ Girl in a Whirl ,” which describes the super-hum...