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The world needs you! No matter how ordinary you feel, you have a powerful role in the gospel of Jesus Christ. As the world gets darker, this is our time to step forward—to love harder, to lead boldly, to live happy! Our conversations are inspired by the prophecy and promise that Latter-day Saint women will be a significant force for good, and we’re here to help each other be these women.  

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Meet the host!

Kathryn Davis is a full-time Seminary Teacher. She is an EFY/FSY speaker and session director. She loves skiing, football, golf, and trail running with her dog London- who they got because she lost a bet with her daughter. She met her husband at EFY - no, they were not participants. After serving a mission in Hamburg, Germany, and teaching at the MTC, she and her husband Steve were both counselors at EFY.  She graduated from BYU with Psychology and English Teaching degrees. She taught high school English, German, and Psychology. She also worked with Stephen Covey to help implement and train the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens into her high school curriculum. She was a contributor on his book the 6 Events of the Restoration.

She is the mother of four whirlwinds, and spends her days teaching, strengthening relationships, doing homework, carpooling, cheering, and trying to get everything done in a measly 24 hours. She hopes to make you laugh, think, and feel God’s great love for you!

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As our community continues in the “pursuit of peace,” one attribute that encompasses all the other attributes of a peacemaker is charity. We’ve all heard that “charity is the pure love of Christ” and that “charity never faileth,” but when we stop to think about what that really means, it feels somewhat arbitrary. This episode dives into what is charity? How does it look in our everyday life? And most importantly, how does finding more charity lead to finding more peace in our lives?
Effort! It’s a word President Nelson emphasizes often. He not only talks about it but has demonstrated it throughout his life—reminding us that the Lord loves effort. So much in our lives has become easy and instantaneous. But becoming converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ isn’t easy or instantaneous. It requires small, daily genuine efforts.
In this world, relief is a feeling that we all crave as we are dealing with life’s burdens placed upon us and our loved ones. So, in this last general conference, when Sister Camille Johnson shared that “Jesus Christ is relief,” it resonated with our community. The Savior’s way is the only way to feel peace, and in turn, bring both temporal and spiritual relief and peace to others.
President Nelson’s conference address, “Peacemakers Needed,” felt like a landmark talk and it resonated so much with our community. Here at Magnify, one of our driving goals is to come together to cultivate what we need to LIVE DIFFRERENTLY! President Nelson has just given us the game plan for just that. Over the next few months we want dig into PEACE! What is peace? How do we find it? How do we create it? How do we share it? How do we receive it? How do we feel it? And mostly, how can we get more of it?
If Mother’s Day is hard for you, know that you’re not alone! Mother’s Day is this week and while it’s a day to honor and celebrate moms—it’s not always a happy day. In an article from Sharon Eubank titled, “The Idea of ‘Mothers in Zion’ Made Me Mad—Until I Learned What It Meant” she said, “Mother’s Day … is often an emotional and spiritual minefield for almost everyone: Women who have no children, or who wanted more children, or maybe different children. Women who feel they are failing, or that someone failed them, or that failure is around the corner. Women who wished they were free to mother, or feel cut off from their mothers, or never had the mother they wanted, or can’t be the mother they want to be.”
The call to parent in this life is one that Elder Uchtdorf said, “reflects the pattern of heaven.” The opportunity to help raise the rising generation—both as parents and leaders—can be a privilege and a responsibility. As a mother, I believe what Elder Uchtdorf taught, which is that Jesus Christ can be our strength and our guide as we try to parent and teach like Him.
When we figure out how to discover meaning in the most mundane of tasks, we can find opportunities to feel closer to Christ, even when doing something as simple as the dishes or the laundry. Routines can become rituals when we take ordinary tasks and look for ways to make them sacred, and we will see the Lord in unexpected ways.
Have you had moments where you poured out your heart to God again and again and felt met with silence from heaven? When President Nelson told us that in the coming days we’ll need the guiding influence of the Holy Ghost, Emily Robison Adams took his counsel to heart. But while seeking to understand how God speaks to her through prayer, Emily didn't get any answers and, in her words, “God felt gone.” Through struggle, study, and with time, Emily came to understand that sometimes when we think heaven is silent, God is with us in a space of communion that she calls Divine Quiet.
As women, we are asked to do a lot, and sometimes it feels like we aren’t doing enough. But President Nelson has said the Church and the world needs our strength. So, how do we act on this?
Is springtime one of your busiest seasons of the year? Sometimes it’s the small things that help us recenter our focus and find joy in Jesus. As we are nearing Easter, we want to celebrate the Savior and his resurrection. Spring is a time of renewal, rebirth, and reflection. It's a time that brings us joy. We often use the word “joy” around Christmastime, but it really deserves a place at Easter too.
The promised blessings in our life from the Lord are sure. So how do we learn to wait well as some of those blessings take more time to be fulfilled? We’re all waiting on something from the Lord in our lives: peace, patience, a promise that has not yet been fulfilled.
Have you ever felt like reading and studying the scriptures is just another item to add to your to-do list instead of feeling like the spiritual highlight of your day? Well, perhaps you can find yourself an “SOS scripture.” This is a verse or set of verses from the scriptures that you can turn to whenever you might need a moment of peace or strength from the Lord. Perhaps it’s one you’ve memorized or stuck to your bathroom mirror.
We are taught that we all have a personal light from God, so how do we best shine that light so it grows brighter and brighter? Jesus said in the Sermon on the Mount, “Ye are the light of the world,” and as we come to know our divine selves, our light grows brighter and brighter.
Does your world feel heavy and dark? We live in a world of commotion and noise, and sometimes we just need a reminder that there is more light than we think. We just have to turn to the Lord and see his light in the everyday moments.
God never leaves us or turns from us, so how do we bridge the emotional and spiritual gaps that we create that distance ourselves from Him? As women, we all struggle with so many types of pain: death, loneliness, infertility, marriage trouble, wandering children, our own testimonies, mental health… the list goes on. We are promised that God's love will always be there, all we have to do is turn to Him. We can also bring that love into others' lives by trying to be more like the Savior.

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