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GENERAL CONFERENCE OCTOBER 2017 – SUNDAY AFTERNOON SESSION REVIEWED BY ANDREW BROWN

I’d like to start my saying that I enjoyed listening to the General Conference October 2017 Sunday afternoon session; much of what is said was great advice on Sunday afternoon… 3,094 more words

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The Inadvertent Objectification of Women in the Church

I’m finding it hard to piece together the words and emotions I wish to convey on this topic. Mostly, because it’s difficult for me to explain but also because it is painful. 725 more words

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Welcome Amber!

We’re really excited to announce that Amber Haslam is joining us as a permablogger. Amber has been our guest previously and we’re fans of how she is able to get right to the heart of complicated topics in a sensitive, profound way. 9 more words

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Hard is good? Example and discussion.

Woowwww. My very first scriptural/spiritual/anything post! How exciting.

Welllllll…. today I was reading in Ether 3 in The Book of Mormon.

(Mormons believe The Book of Mormon to be scripture written by ancient prophets receiving revelation from God, similar to the Bible, which they also believe is scripture. 1,197 more words

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He numbereth his sheep

As a Mormon missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, you meet a lot of people over the course of your two years. 2,106 more words

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Teachings of Gordon B Hinckley - Chapter 21: The Latter-Day Miracle of Missionary Work

From the Life of Gordon B. Hinckley

From the manual:

“How profoundly grateful I am for the experience of that mission. I touched the lives of a few who have, over the years, expressed appreciation. 1,461 more words

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The Family: A Creed for the Church

I was serving a mission in 1995 when President Hinckley announced to the church the new Proclamation on the Family. I was serving in an area where we did not get any sort of live broadcast of General Conference and instead had to wait for VHS tapes to show up several months later. 1,660 more words

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