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6 Things “Repentance” does NOT Mean

6 Things “Repentance” does NOT Mean

Repentance I think most people don’t repent because they don’t really know what that word means. Well, here are 6 things that repentance does NOT mean. Too many people never experience the happiness that comes from repentance because they think THIS is what it DOES mean. With Inigo Montoya I […]

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7 Enemies to Reaching your Potential

7 Enemies to Reaching your Potential

Happy New Year! Why do great people change the world? Why do some people succeed and others just float along in life. Why are some people rich and most people not? I don’t know. BUT, most people who make an impact in this world have a grasp on their enemies […]

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14 Reasons Why Happy People are Happy

14 Reasons Why Happy People are Happy

You may have read our article on 6 things you DON’T need to be happy. Well, here are some reasons why the happiest returned missionaries, (and most people) are the way they are. I’m not saying that you have to have all of these to be happy, but I am […]

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21 Things Anyone Can be Happy About (No-Brainer Gratitude)

21 Things Anyone Can be Happy About (No-Brainer Gratitude)

Gratitude is just choosing to be happy about things. Below is a small list of 21 things that anyone can be happy about. Gratitude is good for you. It’s more healthy for your heart than Cheerios. It naturally provides you with the same hormone as Prozac. 1 Grateful people are happy people. […]

by × November 28, 2013 × 4 comments
6 Things You DON’T Need to be Happy

6 Things You DON’T Need to be Happy

Here are a 6 things that a lot of returned missionaries (and most people) think they need to be happy, but you really don’t. Feel free to disagree and suggest others in the comments. And if you haven’t read it yet, don’t miss the newest post on 14 Reasons Why […]

by × November 7, 2013 × 38 comments
Mom kissing her returned missionary son. photo credit darlingdarleys.blogspot.com

For the Parents of Returned Missionaries

This post is for the parents of returned missionaries. Other leaders in the local units are free to use this to suggest it to parents. Feel free to give feedback and provide more suggestions as you will. This information was recorded at a fireside for parents of returned missionaries that […]

by × October 28, 2013 × 2 comments
The First Presidency at Conference in 2010

7 Things to Look for in General Conference

Each six months we have the opportunity to listen to prophets and apostles and other Church leaders at general conference. This weekend we will hear from them again. Elder Jeffrey R. Holland gave a powerful talk about the words of the living prophets and apostles in general conference a few years ago: […]

by × October 2, 2013 × 4 comments
Mormon Temples Quotes – LDS Temple Quotes

Mormon Temples Quotes – LDS Temple Quotes

  “I know your lives are busy. I know that you have much to do. But I make you a promise that if you will go to the house of the Lord, you will be blessed; life will be better for you.” – Gordon B. Hinckley This is true.   […]

by × June 25, 2013 × 1 comment
Heaven is a Library – Check out More Books

Heaven is a Library – Check out More Books

I am a huge fan of libraries. Yep, that old place where tons of paper books are stored and lent out to those who are seeking knowledge. In this digital age, some people have said that libraries with paper books are going the way of the buffalo. I sure hope […]

by × June 24, 2013 × 0 comments
Follow the Prophets…on Google+ and Facebook and Twitter!

Follow the Prophets…on Google+ and Facebook and Twitter!

The first presidency and the quorum of the twelve apostles are now on Facebook. These are set up as business pages and you can go and like them just like you would like the mormon.org facebook page (which has 1.8 million likes now). The likes on pages like these are […]

by × June 14, 2013 × 5 comments
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