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Coming Events You Should Know About — David Archuleta Open Chat and Book of Mormon Share

The Facebook Group Called To Share is sponsoring events this summer to “help you boldly and simply share your testimony of the Book of Mormon through a series of short picture posts” (Announcement from LDS Media Talk). Two of the events have already taken place, but you are in time to participate in the last two. Event #3 Live the Book (June 24) Explain how the Book of Mormon influences the way you live. Event #4 Share the Book (July 1) Invite your friends to learn more about the Book of Mormon and specifically invite someone to be taught...

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Three Great Articles on Church Discipline

Recently, Mormons have been in the news (yet again), because of controversies that look big and harsh from the outside. Not understanding how our lay clergy, callings, and gentle process of councils and repentance work, friends of other faiths (and no faith) are visualizing tribunals to try and condemn, and possibly excommunicate, two vocal members who are critics of Mormon doctrine and practice. This has presented us with the opportunity to explain the lovingness of church councils and to present the process as charitable and non-threatening. We also have the opportunity  to explain excommunication as part of that loving...

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Daughters in My Kingdom

by Doris This year leaders in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or the nicknamed “Mormon Church”) have released a beautiful book called Daughters in My Kingdom: The History and Work of Relief Society. I am very excited for this book and the light that I know it will bring into my life. It is a compilation of the history of a wonderful society which is now one of the largest societies for women in the world. Daughters in My Kingdom tells the stories of faithful, humble women who made significant sacrifices to help build up the kingdom of God on the earth. Some women did this quietly in their homes, congregations, and communities. Other women made a much more global impact by supporting such things as the women’s suffrage movement. The wonderful thing about this book is that is reminds us as women that however we impact the world around us, we are equally important and valued in the eyes of our Father in Heaven. We all have divine potential as His daughters and we each have a purpose to fulfill. Relief Society General President Julie Beck said of part of the purpose of this book: There is a worldwide hunger among good women to know their identity, value, and importance. Studying and applying the history of Relief Society gives definition and expression to who we are...

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Hope and Healing Blog and Forum (for Wives of Sex/Porn Addicts)

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