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We can be different and still be together. We can be kind. We can be patient. We can not judge. We can forgive over and over again because we don’t have to be the same to be one. We are all God’s children.Read More
Mormon News Report podcast INTERVIEW: DENNIS SCHLEICHER, “IS HE NUTS: WHY A GAY MAN WOULD BECOME A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST?”
Jenny is back today talking with Dennis Schleicher, author of “Is He Nuts: Why a Gay Man Would...Read More
Everyone is born and everyone will die, but birth was not the beginning and death is not the end.
Because of Jesus Christ, our spirits and bodies will be reunited after death through the Resurrection, granting us immortality—life after death—forever.Read More
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Nephi expound on JOY (The lies our culture tells us about what matters — and a better way to live)
“Joy is not the expansion of self, it’s the dissolving of self.”Read More
I like listening to my dad tell stories from his time in the army. One thing he observed is that the drill sergeants he had were very much like the drill sergeants you see in the movies: insulting, swearing, and strict almost to the point of abusive. And he saw why. Although my dad was a married, returned missionary with 2 kids when he enlisted in the army, the rest of his group were 18 and 19-year old boys. And they acted the part. The primary goal in basic training is to crush you and try and get as much of the silliness and horseplay out of you as possible.Read More
In The Other Side of Heaven, Elder John H. Groberg told the gripping story of his three-year mission on the tropical islands of Tonga. His story continues with The Other Side of Heaven: The Fire of Faith, set a decade after his first mission, when Elder Groberg is called back to Tonga—this time with a growing family—to serve as mission president.Read More
For 30 days, Muslims around the world do not eat from dawn to dusk, pray intensely, donate to charities and service to their community and gather for nightly feasts to break the fast.Read More
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