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October 15, 2018

The Surprise is that Mental Wellness Begins in the Gut

Like most of us, Rich Higbee never expected to cope with mental health challenges in his family, or that one daughter’s unhappiness could end up flooding his entire family. He has worked in the health and wellness industry for 24 years and has the gospel—enough to surely have a vibrant, mentally well family. Yet, we don’t always get what we expect, including Rich who didn’t know what an unexpected turn his life would take.

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Illuminate Podcast: When an Addicted Spouse Gives Up on Recovery

Many couples who work through recovery from sexual addiction, pornography addiction, and betrayal trauma end up staying together, but what happens to the betrayed women whose husbands choose not to continue working their recovery process?

“Abound in Hope”: Stories of the Saints in the DR Congo

This story is one of joy, but even more so one of hope. Of course, as Brother James E. Faulconer reminds us, the kind of hope described in scripture is not a “natural hope” for “bodily and worldly matters — the hope that our job will be rewarding, that our children will do well in school, that we will get a raise. Christian hope is the hope for salvation.” Here's how the saints in the DR Congo demonstrate that Christian hope.

Would I Welcome The Same Body I Have Now For the Eternities?

Let General Conference and the wise words of Wilford Woodruff inspire your own healthy choices. Today’s article includes a printable and a fabulous lentil crockpot soup that is perfect for nippy fall evenings.

Breaking News

Illuminate Podcast: When an Addicted Spouse Gives Up on Recovery

Many couples who work through recovery from sexual addiction, pornography addiction, and betrayal trauma end up staying together, but what happens to the betrayed women whose husbands choose not to continue working their recovery process?

“Abound in Hope”: Stories of the Saints in the DR Congo

This story is one of joy, but even more so one of hope. Of course, as Brother James E. Faulconer reminds us, the kind of hope described in scripture is not a “natural hope” for “bodily and worldly matters — the hope that our job will be rewarding, that our children will do well in school, that we will get a raise. Christian hope is the hope for salvation.” Here's how the saints in the DR Congo demonstrate that Christian hope.

Would I Welcome The Same Body I Have Now For the Eternities?

Let General Conference and the wise words of Wilford Woodruff inspire your own healthy choices. Today’s article includes a printable and a fabulous lentil crockpot soup that is perfect for nippy fall evenings.

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