What can we learn from Joseph Smith’s parents about how to encourage our children to seek gospel learning and acquire spiritual knowledge?
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This week, I interview Forest Benedict, LMFT, SATP about how men in recovery from pornography and sexual addiction can care for themselves in long-term recovery. He teaches that men with addictions are "masters of self-neglect" and don't have habits of taking good care of themselves. He is also in recovery himself and shares both his clinical and personal wisdom about how to build a strong self-care program.
Brazil’s Maranhao region, which is home to thousands of indigenous people, has a high infant mortality rate. In response, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Society of Pediatrics of Maranhao once again partnered last October to host the Pediatric Neonatal Day—an annual course that trains local health professionals in advanced techniques of neonatal resuscitation.
Meridian Magazine published an article this week from author Darla Isackson called, "Why God Answers Some Prayers with a ‘Yes’ and Not Others". In response to this, one commenter asked a difficult question and welcomed any thoughts someone might have on it. These are mine.
Getting the help I needed was not a sign of weakness or failure.
What really keeps us from reading the Sunday School lesson?
If you think you have “no talents”, you might be thinking of God’s gifts the wrong way.