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June 24, 2018

Understanding Why We Sin

Sin is a process not an event. One usually doesn’t begin by committing sin, there are other steps, which together might be called the Syntax of Sin. If we understand the Syntax of Sin, we might better understand both how to resist it and how to repent for it.

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Your Hardest Family Question: My ex-husband is emotionally unavailable to our children

While my children were growing up I was able to protect them, to a degree, from their father's (my ex-husband) pornography and sexual addiction. Now that they are grown, they keep getting hurt by trying to have a relationship with him. My kids are torn between trying to be like the Savior and their own human pain.

Avoiding the Parenting Pitfalls of Family Vacation

What can parents do on vacation to keep their children happy, connected and obedient without sacrificing the very relationship-building moments they hoped to create?

Caring for Each Other: More than Simply a Good Idea

My first year of seminary we studied the Book of Mormon. I remember one scripture stood out to me. 2 Nephi 2:27 “Man is that he might have joy.” I thought about that scripture for weeks. I realized that loving relationships, especially when we desperately need to feel that love, are the key to joy. This was the beginning of my understanding the significance of Christ’s commandment to “Love one another.”

Breaking News

Your Hardest Family Question: My ex-husband is emotionally unavailable to our children

While my children were growing up I was able to protect them, to a degree, from their father's (my ex-husband) pornography and sexual addiction. Now that they are grown, they keep getting hurt by trying to have a relationship with him. My kids are torn between trying to be like the Savior and their own human pain.

Avoiding the Parenting Pitfalls of Family Vacation

What can parents do on vacation to keep their children happy, connected and obedient without sacrificing the very relationship-building moments they hoped to create?

Caring for Each Other: More than Simply a Good Idea

My first year of seminary we studied the Book of Mormon. I remember one scripture stood out to me. 2 Nephi 2:27 “Man is that he might have joy.” I thought about that scripture for weeks. I realized that loving relationships, especially when we desperately need to feel that love, are the key to joy. This was the beginning of my understanding the significance of Christ’s commandment to “Love one another.”

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