Category: family & children
The MUST WATCH reaction when a Mormon sister missionary doesn’t tell her mom she is going on a mission until her call is received!
One of the best moments in any LDS parent’s life is when they get to experience their son or...Read More
Acclaimed filmmaker T.C. Christensen (17 Miracles, The Cokeville Miracle) newest movie about miracles Love, Kennedy is now on VOD (video-on-demand)!Read More
“The Stray” is likely to be well received by audiences looking for a solid film option for children ages 8-12, and those who appreciate a film with faith-based or religious overtones to some of the dialogue and scenes.Read More
Who is excited for the total solar eclipse? This event makes for great family activities. See this post showing how you can make an eclipse viewer and solar eclipse cookies!Read More
“Taijitu,” the awesome Student Emmy-nominated story of the apprentice keeper of the sun that was created by BYU animation students, is now available to watch online for FREE!
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“More than half of the women are single” in the Church said Sister Carole M. Stephens. Listen to “When Life is Less than Ideal” from The Mormon Channel
“No one has an ideal family.” Wow. Refreshingly honest.Read More
Mother’s Day isn’t easy for a lot of people for a lot of reasons, many centered on expectations. For me, it’s been a day when a huge mirror is placed in front of me, forcing me to see what I’m doing. It hasn’t ever felt like a healthy evaluation, but more of an imposed critique while being forced to listen to stories of Angel Mothers Who Never Raised Their Voices and stuff like that.Read More
The Easter campaign this year has 8 days of devotionals (or PRINCIPLES of PEACE), each one sharing a character trait we can learn from the Savior. Check out these two great activities for Primary-aged and youth-aged kids!Read More
Becky and Scott Mackintosh have loved their son as he has grown up, served a mission, come out as gay, and left the faith he was raised in. The entire family has learned to love in new, more inclusive ways.Read More
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