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To avoid confusion, we must learn to see patriarchal blessings not as a destination, but as a doorway to more revelation.
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Sarah Jane Wright believes childhood should be a more whimsical place—so she creates art for kids that captures the wonder of laughter, friendship, and faith.
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Of their latest album, bass player Nick Villalobos says, “We presented hymns [with] a much more cinematic feel . . . I never would have thought a hymns album would be my favorite album Simply Three has done, and yet here we are.”
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Five days before Christmas, Heather Van Boerum was walking through a parking lot when a driver accidentally hit the gas, pinning her between two cars. Now Heather shares how gifts of love—both earthly and heavenly—carried her through recovery.
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Podcast host Tammy showed her guests a tear jar—an ancient tool used during times of mourning—and described the symbolism of what it can teach us about the Savior.
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To satisfy that craving you might be having for some trivia, here are a few of the facts and other tips from our November/December issue.
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