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Lexi Gould Stafford is 18 years old. Her newlywed husband, Ricky, will soon turn 20. But the young Staffords could aptly be called old souls. Together, they’ve both endured far more trials, fears, and setbacks than anyone their age expects or deserves. Their love story—tethered to their shared faith in Christ’s healing hands—seems pulled from the pages of a young-adult novel.
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."
Many couples who work through recovery from sexual addiction, pornography addiction, and betrayal trauma end up staying together, but what happens to the betrayed women whose husbands choose not to continue working their recovery process?
This story is one of joy, but even more so one of hope. Of course, as Brother James E. Faulconer reminds us, the kind of hope described in scripture is not a “natural hope” for “bodily and worldly matters — the hope that our job will be rewarding, that our children will do well in school, that we will get a raise. Christian hope is the hope for salvation.” Here's how the saints in the DR Congo demonstrate that Christian hope.