Come Ye Healthy People Come! It’s just one day – and there’s no law that says it can’t be a reasonably healthy meal! Here are proven recipes that are sure to delight.
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For nearly 40 years, my sister has been married to a good man, and he and she have served faithfully in the Church their whole marriage. They have a beautiful family complete with lots of children and grandchildren. A few months ago, that vision was shattered when my brother-in-law confessed to being bi-sexual, but predominantly gay. He now plans to leave the Church and his wife and pursue his "authentic self".
Your world's been upended. There was a secret physical and/or emotional relationship which violated the exclusivity of your marriage. No matter how far it went, you feel betrayed. Many people in your shoes find themselves looking at the door, but can you walk away from your years together, your life together, and the family you've made together? It's a tough choice. How can you know if you should be done?
RootsTech has announced that Saroo Brierley will be the keynote speaker at RootsTech on Friday, March 1, 2019. Brierley is well known for his remarkable family reunification story as depicted in the 2016 film Lion, which is an adaptation of Brierley’s autobiography, A Long Way Home.
Did you know that this year’s Veteran’s Day marks the Centennial of the conclusion of World War I and the birth of Veteran’s Day in the United States? How will you celebrate this significant day? Here are some resources for a very special Family Home Evening or a personal hour of devotion to experience and express increased gratitude for our noble Vets and great Country!
This week has been devastating for over 7,000 families who have lost their homes to California fires and especially for the members of the Church in Paradise California. Many of you have friends and family there. There are things all of us can do to help and some ways may not be what you think. Please share this information with those who have lost homes and those who are at a loss as to how to help.
My husband cheated on me one year ago and we’ve been working to heal our marriage, but it’s taking a longer time than I imagined. I’m not doing well most days and feel like I have to pretend that things are better than they really are. I feel like it’s our business to deal with and no one else’s business, but I also know my siblings and parents would want to support me (and us) if they ever found out. What are some good guidelines on who to tell?