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10 Small Steps to Having & Being Better Home or Visiting Teachers

by Mormon Basics | Makes You Think Mormon Life Lesson Helps

The assigned High Council topic for this particular month was Rescue the Lost. The first five points are su...


15 Ways to be Grateful from the Prophet and Apostles

by Mormon Hub | Makes You Think Mormon Life

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the month of November is filled with gratitude. This can be seen ...


Why I Think the 'Footprints in the Sand' Poem is Misleading

by By Common Consent | Makes You Think

There is a famous American story about a vision in which a man sees his life in review, matched with two pa...


The Truth about the Lies We Tell Ourselves

by Mormon Women Stand | Makes You Think Mormon Life

I admit it: I don’t always tell myself the truth. Whatever name I give them–rationalizations, excuses, fibs...


What to do When Someone Offends You

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Makes You Think

It is inevitable: Some person is going to say something rude, condescending, judgmental, or mean to you. Ma...


25 Quotes from Church Leaders on being Thankful

by Deseret News | Makes You Think

In his April 1992 general conference talk, "An Attitude of Gratitude," President Thomas S. Monson, then a m...


6 Pieces of Popular Parenting Advice You Should Ignore

by Utah Valley 360 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Nicole Harmon, a marriage and family therapist at Amber Creek Counseling, shared her expert advice. Harmon ...


Stop Waiting on God

by The 8 Ways 2 | Makes You Think

A highlight of growing up is being able to move out of your parents’ house and become an independent young ...


Why Home is the Best Place for Spiritual Learning

by LDS Church News | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Our family recently enjoyed a memorable vacation to the eastern United States. The journey began in New Yor...


Supporting Children with Invisible Special Needs at Church

by Aggieland Mormons | Makes You Think Mormon Life

I think it’s safe to say that most people want to be tolerant and loving towards people with disabilities. ...