On several occasions last fall, Harold and Patricia Redd found themselves pulling over on a rural Alabama road to study the atlas, already having forsaken the GPS unit. When that didn't help, the elderly couple from Utah frequently turned in at the nearest country store and approached the friendly clerk.
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Shortly after the Church updated their website MormonandGay.lds.org, North Star launched a website #TrueToHim. The site contains personal stories of Latter-day Saints explaining how they strive to find congruence and peace with gender identify and sexual orientation within the context of faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Sometimes when the topic “keeping the Sabbath day holy” comes up in church, I squirm in my chair a little. There has been a lot of emphasis placed on the Sabbath day lately, and I know it’s not meant to be guilt-inducing, but sometimes I can’t help but think, Here we go.
In a recent Facebook post that seemed to be full of both praise and admonition, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared the following message about refugee efforts along with a moving video depicting the time in the history of the Church when the Saints too were refugees.