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Line upon Line

How "Bible-minded" Are You? By Janet Peterson

Recent national studies conducted by the American Bible Society and ranked Salt Lake City, at the bottom of cities which are "Bible-minded.

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Lessons from Kilimanjaro

Mountains have long been seen as holy places, where we imagine we can come close to God, by ascending to great heights.

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From Temple Openings to the Pinewood Derby, we always have an event coming up— but here’s a way to knock your stress down a notch.

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Here’s a great way to stop dreading the annual reminder that you’re getting older.

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Tell them you Love them

You know the feeling? You’re ready to share a talk, a presentation, or a lesson when you are powerfully prompted to go in a different direction?

By Vickey Pahnke Taylor
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It is at that point when family life is mostly calm and predictable, that the Lord moves upon his servants to hasten His work.

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How Music and the Alphabet helped me understand the Temple

We live in a world of symbols. The language of the temple is one of sacred symbols, which are keys that unlock unbelievable powers. Music and the alphabet helped me begin to understand the symbolic language of the temple.

By Larry Barkdull
The Dangers of Hyper-vigilance

Hyper-vigilance is an ego-based need to keep all the balls in the air, and to prove worth by “doing” and by getting approval. What does a person need to let go of in order to transcend the dangers of hyper-vigilance?

By Darla Isackson