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October 16, 2018

Understanding the Steps on the Pathway to Discipleship

The first principles and ordinances of the gospel are the “Doctrine of Christ,” the Rock upon which we must build. The Sermon at the temple is how and what to build on that foundation. Here are the steps that are outlined in that "constitution for a perfect life."

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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.

Assisted Suicide: Society’s Dangerous Embrace of Legalized Killing

As we became less acquainted with death and dying, we became less tolerant with the process as well. The more control that modern civilization gave us in other areas of life, the less patience we had with death and dying. The push for assisted suicide grew out of this intolerance. By hastening their death, those seeking assisted suicide believe they are regaining control in their lives. Here's why it's not that simple.

Moving Connections: Ministering on Our Way to Better Health

How do you feel about exercise? How do you feel about social connections? How would you feel about tossing those two things together and whipping up a frothy, nearly daily delight?

Breaking News

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.

Assisted Suicide: Society’s Dangerous Embrace of Legalized Killing

As we became less acquainted with death and dying, we became less tolerant with the process as well. The more control that modern civilization gave us in other areas of life, the less patience we had with death and dying. The push for assisted suicide grew out of this intolerance. By hastening their death, those seeking assisted suicide believe they are regaining control in their lives. Here's why it's not that simple.

Moving Connections: Ministering on Our Way to Better Health

How do you feel about exercise? How do you feel about social connections? How would you feel about tossing those two things together and whipping up a frothy, nearly daily delight?

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