Religious freedom is a complex issue with many facets — legal, cultural, institutional and philosophical. It also has a spiritual side.
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Religious LDS culture has historically struggled to find a place for matters of mental health and depression as it dovetails with our mortal experience and our theology. As a result, many members may be unsure of how we as a people stand with respect to issues of depression, anxiety, and other common mental health issues.
It’s Saturday night and you need a picture for your Sunday lesson. You go to LDS.org and search for an image, but you can’t find what you have in mind. Sound frustrating? Or maybe even familiar?
From the time I was a small child the address of 15 Wadham Road was as well known as my own address. Our father would recount the experience he had in that upstairs bedroom in the year 1933 and referred to it as a “pivotal” moment in his life.
Seven ways the spouse of a pornography user can not only survive heartbreak but also see a promise of hope.