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Get the Most Out of General Conference - Children
Hey, want to experience a General Conference weekend with full familial participation, maintaining both your testiony AND your sanity? Here's the third and final article in the General Conference series.
Get the Most Out of Conference - Teens and Adults
Second in the "Get the Most of GC" Series focuses on helping the big people n the family suck all the juicy parts off of "conference weekend's" bones! Even with tots in the home, it is possible to help our young women and men grow their testimonies, and sneak in a little edification ourselves, too!
Get the Most Out of General Conference
October 3-4 2009 is General Conference. Prepare in advance, just a smidge, to help each family member get the most of the experience
Family Home Evening
Family Home Evening is a program that can assist in bringing closeness to a family if done on a regular basis.
The Creation - Children's Book Review
Janeen Brady’s offering, strikingly illustrated by Bonnie Oswald, is a picture book retelling of the creation story found in Genesis. A beautiful dramatization of God's love for us, prefect for young readers.
Here's to the Daddies!
Here comes Father's Day. Let's appreciate the gift and blessing "real" fathers are!
Help Kids Remain Chaste
How do we fight the assumption that "kids will be kids" and experiment with sex in their teen years? Does teaching abstinence work in the world we live in?
That's Faith! - Book Review
Timothy L. Carver provides a simple formula for teens to use as they develop their testimonies.
Two 'Book of Mormon' Picture Books - Review
Here are two picture books to help young children become more familiar with Book of Mormon principles and heroes.
A Tribute to Eve (And My Own Mother Too!)
It is too easy to underestimate Mother Eve...and our own earthly mothers. All women who become mothers travel a path that echoes her journey. Let's reexamine their choices and our own.
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