“I just find it so interesting that all over the world, and not just in the Church, the Lord is turning the hearts of the people to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers,” said Elder Bradley D. Foster, Executive Director of the Church's Family History department, in a recent Church News interview.
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When my husband and I are fighting or there is tension is between us, our teenage kids feel it. They often ask what’s going on and I’m not always sure how to answer their questions.
We’ve heard phrases like “parenting is a calling from which you are never released,” over the pulpit many times, but rarely do we actually reflect on what this means. When taken literally, is it a parent’s job to continue to be their child’s caretaker throughout their lives?
Some of us are surprised to discover that even though we are faithful Saints, we may face significant disappointments in our marriages. On some level, many of us tend to believe that if we are good Saints, we should be spared most painful challenges. And that shows that we don’t understand God’s Plan.
After our last argument, he said one of us had to leave and that this was no longer healthy. He told me he still loved me, but believed we are not repairable. Neither of us is willing to move out, so he said he would stay in the house and we would be like roommates until he could find a better solution. He even took off his ring and has not put it back on.
We’re baking every day in our test kitchen. Some of it is to test recipes. Some to make treats for customers. Much of it is to develop new products. We would like to share what we learn with you, methods and recipes. Here is some of what we’ve baked in the last week or so.