Just like our smartphone, we start out each day charged and ready to go. However, as we begin to complete tasks on our day’s to-do list, it begins to drain from our energy stores until eventually, we’re left with little to no energy. Just like plugging in your phone, we periodically need to add energy to extend our battery’s life. But how do we do it?
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You can find answers to other questions in the documents “Responding to COVID-19: Answers to Questions” and “Directions for Essential Ordinances, Blessings, and other Church Functions.”
Sister Hannah Wright, her companion, Sister Balch, and the Elders in her district from the Houston East Mission all joined together to create a beautiful chalk drawing as a way to share a gospel message while being quarantined due to Covid-19. They drew “The Good Shepherd” by Del Parson on a chalkboard in the church meetinghouse.
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Brian spent much of his life at odds with his mom, but his heart softened as he listened to her perspective. In this true story about the ups and downs of family relationships, see how striving to hear one another and God’s voice can create understanding and lead to increased empathy, gratitude, and love.
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Calling all Latter-day Saint Artists! Enter the 2020 Art Contest by Book of Mormon Central for a chance to win $500 and get featured in the ScripturePlus app! …
This humorous video depicts the spiritual journey two friends go through as they struggle to forgive each other in their quest to follow the covenant path.
In Nazareth, Jesus entered the synagogue on the Jewish Sabbath day (Saturday) to read from the Old Testament. He chose a passage that specifically foretold His mission to “preach the gospel to the poor … heal the brokenhearted … [and] preach deliverance to the captives.”