You may already have plans for a Christmas-themed Family Home Evening tonight. Here is the perfect way to bring it to a wonderful, Christ-centered conclusion.
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One of the traditions I am working on creating in my home, is that Christmas doesn’t have to be all about toys, toys, and more toys. While it would be very easy to go to the nearest super-mart and pick up any number of toys to fill my kids’ heads with excitement, I’m trying to make our gifts more intentional to serve our family mission.
Long ago one of my children said to me, “Mom, tell us stories about your life. Those are the best stories you tell.” This simple request taught me something that I had been neglecting, something that was vital to the identity and character development of my children, as well as the strength of our family group. It’s personal stories.
The Church uses new technologies and social media to bring about the work of salvation. For example, the Church extensively uses websites, mobile apps, and social media. Just as the Church uses these technologies to share light and goodness, we as members can do the same.
My kids love Easter. And why wouldn’t they? It’s the latest in the line of commercialized holidays focused on chocolates, treats, and trinkets. If you’re like me and you’re looking for new Easter traditions focused on the Savior, here are some quick and easy ideas to try.
To encourage individual and family scripture study, the Church is releasing new scripture stories resources, beginning with a series of coloring books designed for children ages 2–8.
Your YouTube Mom is back with great ideas for New Years. You might already have great traditions, or you might be looking for new ones. Either way, there's something here for you.