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How to Get Started with Genealogy Work

Genealogy work can be daunting but with technology, it has become eons easier. Here are some tips to get started.

August 20, 2014

Meet the Mormons: A Movie

What do a step dancer, a college football head coach, a kickboxer, a World War II veteran, a devoted wife and mother, and a humanitarian have in common? They’re all featured in the Mormon Church’s first-ever motion picture in theaters 10/10/14.

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August 1, 2014

Focusing on Family

Families are one of the greatest blessings God has given us in life. Take advantage of your summer and make the most of your family relationships.

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July 10, 2014

Family - Isn’t It About Time?

“Nothing is more critically connected to happiness—both our own and that of our children—than how well we love and support one another within the family.” –M. Russell Ballard

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July 2, 2014

Fathers from the Bible

Fatherhood has played an important role in the lives of prominent men and women throughout the Bible. Read about some good examples of Fathers from the Bible.

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June 13, 2014

Called to Share

An online campaign promoting the Book of Mormon starts this month. Discover how you can participate.

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June 11, 2014

Everyday Dad

What is an everyday Dad to you? Every Dad may be different, but the task of fatherhood from one family to the next has clear similarities. Read more.

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May 16, 2014

Love of a Mother

The shapes and sizes of motherhood are varied, but the love of a mother, whether biological or adoptive, is an incredibly powerful force for good in the world.

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May 6, 2014

Other Mothers: Influential Women In Our Lives

Everyone born on this earth has a mother. Yet mothers are not the only women who influence our lives for good. Many of us have had important mother-figures that have played crucial roles in teaching, defining, and shaping our character—they are our “Other Mothers.”

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