repentance

Repentance is a lie

Okay, so no, not really, but I did catch your attention though, didn’t I? Repentance is a very true principle, but we’re doing it wrong. How many Sunday School lessons have we been in where they’ve spoken about the “Six steps of Repentance”? They go through the entire list: Feel Godly Sorrow Confess to God

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For my yoke is easy, and my burden light.

In this last General Conference, Elder Bednar arguably gave one his best talks ever entitled, “Bear up their burdens with ease.” He’s given a lot of incredible talks, but this one in particular really touched my heart. He begins by sharing a story of a man who wants to purchase a brand new, 4×4 pick

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balancing fork and toothpick trick

Fork and Toothpick

Today will be another object lesson. This is absolutely one of my favorites. All you need are two identical forks (the heavier, the better), especially if you can get the weight towards the back of the fork. Also, you’ll need two toothpicks and a salt/pepper shaker. Not all salt/pepper shakers will work, but one that

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The Parable of the Paper Cross

The Parable of the Paper Cross

Today I’m going to show you a quick and easy object lesson, and all you need is a plain sheet of paper. Now, there are two parts to this object lesson: One, the actual folding of the sheet of paper and two, is the story that goes along with it. Usually I tell the story

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LDS Sacrament Program Template

I’ve been simply amazed at how popular the LDS Baptism Program Template has become on here, and so I’ve decided to go ahead and create another downloadable template, but this time for a Sacrament Program. If you notice, it resembles the Baptism Program template quite a bit, as I used that to go off of.

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The 9 Worst Parts of Serving a Mormon Mission

From the outside looking in, someone not of our faith probably thinks that Mormons (Latter-day Saints) are insane to send young men and women to a foreign country for two years (or eighteen months) to preach the “good word.” And when you think about it, that is a pretty strange task that 18-21 year old

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