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November 23, 2017

The Man Who Invented Christmas

I have been anticipating The Man Who Invented Christmas to come to the theaters, but I had no idea that it would be so much more than charming or delightful. This glimpse into Charles Dicken’s life during the six weeks he is writing The Christmas Carol is about perhaps the most important subject of all. It is a story of redemption—not just for Scrooge, but for Dickens, too.

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Gratitude: How It Improves Your Life and Changes Your Brain

It's the time of year when we gather as family and friends to think about and give thanks for all of our bounteous blessings. But I’ve also been thinking about those I love who are suffering from overwhelming personal problems, critical illness, depression and financial worries, who might find it hard to “count their blessings” right now.

The Mormon Search for Religious Liberty

In this interview, Laura Harris Hales interviews Paul Reeve about the early Mormon struggle for religious freedom in Nauvoo, territorial Utah, and the efforts by modern-day Mormons to prevent history from repeating itself in regards to religious discrimination in the United States.

Eight Senators Announce Support for Colonel Under Fire for Marriage Views

Air Force Col. Leland Bohannon needed reinforcements—and thanks to eight senators, he got them. The Christian combat pilot has been grounded since spring, when his superiors decided that the colonel’s decision not to sign a “certificate of appreciation” for a same-sex spouse was enough to suspend him from duty.

Breaking News

Gratitude: How It Improves Your Life and Changes Your Brain

It's the time of year when we gather as family and friends to think about and give thanks for all of our bounteous blessings. But I’ve also been thinking about those I love who are suffering from overwhelming personal problems, critical illness, depression and financial worries, who might find it hard to “count their blessings” right now.

The Mormon Search for Religious Liberty

In this interview, Laura Harris Hales interviews Paul Reeve about the early Mormon struggle for religious freedom in Nauvoo, territorial Utah, and the efforts by modern-day Mormons to prevent history from repeating itself in regards to religious discrimination in the United States.

Eight Senators Announce Support for Colonel Under Fire for Marriage Views

Air Force Col. Leland Bohannon needed reinforcements—and thanks to eight senators, he got them. The Christian combat pilot has been grounded since spring, when his superiors decided that the colonel’s decision not to sign a “certificate of appreciation” for a same-sex spouse was enough to suspend him from duty.

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