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Free E-book: Your Brain on Porn

Sex is highly glorified in our culture. Between risqué ads and promiscuous characters, the average American will see 15,000 sexual references a year on television alone. Many popular shows like Game of Thrones are pornographic, yet millions of Americans, both...

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Changes to Family History Organization and Callings

Today, the Church announced that all family history callings at the area, stake, or ward level will now be called temple and family history consultants. The primary responsibility of all temple and family history consultants is to give personalized help to leaders and...

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New Book: Doubt Not, But Be Believing

My friend David Marsh just published his book Doubt Not, But Be Believing: Supporting Loved Ones through Their Trials of Faith. Even though doubts may come, we can stay strong. This book will help you understand how to support someone who is dealing with doubts about...

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Experience RootsTech 2017

Tomorrow is the beginning of RootsTech 2017. It's not too late to register. Learn more about Family Discovery Day on Saturday, February 11, 2017. RootsTech will be posting on Facebook and live tweeting. You can even join the live stream to participate from home! Learn...

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Video: How Not to Home Teach

In Elder Jeffrey R. Holland's talk at October 2016 general conference, "Emissaries to the Church," he encouraged the men of the Church to lift their vision of home teaching. He gave an example of "Molly," a woman whose home teachers came at the perfect time to help...

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Video: Living with Depression

The Church video "Living with Depression" addresses trying to live a faithful life while suffering from depression. When Heather first recognized the symptoms of her depression, she felt ashamed. She also felt sure that with faith, prayer, and help from Jesus Christ,...

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Parenting the Internet Generation

Did your son or daughter get a new mobile device for Christmas? If so, have you talked with them about using it appropriately and avoiding inappropriate things? Here are a few tips that may help: Family Safeguards Has your family discussed together the benefits and...

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