A winning hand: How Grandpa Beck’s Games has risen to success by dealing fun to families worldwide
Grandpa Beck’s Games have brought families and friends together with games like Cover Your Assets, Skull King, and Gnoming A Round. Here’s how perseverance, trial and error, and a whole lot of faith have helped them rise to success.
She’s played with members of AC/DC and the Killers. How faith helped this teen drum her way to Harvard
Meredith Campbell says she may have cried the varnish off her first violin because she hated practicing so much. But all that practicing paid off. Now millions are touched by the music she plays as concertmaster of the Orchestra at Temple Square—a role that fulfills a promise made to her years ago.
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Growing up, I often asked myself the question “Why am I here?” My life was hard, and despite my best efforts to fit in, I felt alone and without hope or purpose. But in my early thirties, I was led by God to two important discoveries: an Autism diagnosis and the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
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In his early thirties, Jon made two important discoveries that helped him to no longer feel alone: he was Autistic, and he belonged in the gospel of Jesus Christ
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Yongsung Kim’s paintings depict a happy Christ and are inspired by his love for Jesus Christ.
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Read the stories of two faithful Latter-day Saint women, including a convert from Guatemala who inspired the Gospel Principles class and the consolidated Sunday meeting block.
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Anne Bednar, a wife and mother of seven, shares how she found relief from feeling overwhelmed in the face of her cancer diagnosis.
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Heard of self-love? Read this Latter-day Saint social worker's spiritual strategy for seeing ourselves through loving eyes
Clinical social worker Aliah Hall discusses about how true self-love comes through claiming your divine identity.
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‘They sometimes feel completely unmoored’: Melissa Inouye on young adults’ need for faithful academic and professional role models
In her most recent book, Melissa Wei-Tsing Inouye, cancer survivor, historian, and professor, set out to highlight stories of positive, faithful, professional and academic role models for young adults.
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