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Giving has become a way of life for most of us but the gospel of Jesus Christ also teaches that being willing to receive help when we need it, is okay.
When we are searching for the truth, we need to have “real intent”. But what does it mean to have real intent? How do we gain real intent?
New Testament lessons, including that of Martha, can help us find ways to effectively help our family members. Learn more from this article.
Ever wondered what life as Pinoy Mormon Teen is like? Here is a list of the common adventures, and sometimes misadventures that goes on in their lives.
Gaining a testimony is an ongoing cycle of nourishing and growing. Hence, we should not feel spiritually inadequate if we do not have perfect testimonies.
Sometimes, we can’t help but indulge in judging others. But what seems to be a harmless thing actually has unfortunate consequences. Know more here.
Sometimes, we may think it is easier to be sad than happy. What do we do when it seems too difficult to be happy? The scriptures teach us three of the top ways to feel happier.
God’s plan for us includes coming to Earth to learn and gain experience. A perfect or pre-destined life with identical experiences is not part of that plan.
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Even when you are not at fault—perhaps especially when you are not at fault—let love conquer pride.
If you do this, whatever adversity you are facing will pass, and because of the love of God in your hearts, contention will fade. These principles of saving relationships apply to all of us, regardless of whether we are married, divorced, widowed, or single. We all can be saviors of strong families."
— Dieter F Uchtdorf