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Trust, Learn, And Obey – Make The Most Of The MTC

All missionaries should enter the Missionary Training Center (MTC) expecting to grow. The whole campus is dedicated to the service of the Lord. Wherever you are on arrival, you will come out changed. As Sister Rebekah Harkleroad of Escondido, California, points out with a sheepish smile, “Humility is a Christlike attribute.” Of all places to be humbled, the MTC is best.

Missionaries February 2018

“For behold the field is white already to harvest; and lo, he that thrusteth in his sickle with his might, the same layeth up in store that he perisheth not, but bringeth salvation to his soul.” (D&C 4:4) Meet some…

Russell M. Nelson – Named 17th Church President

President Russell M. Nelson was announced as the 17th president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. The announcement was made by Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles during a live broadcast from the annex of the iconic Salt Lake Temple. He was sustained and set apart in the Salt Lake Temple on Sunday, January 14, 2018.

Ring In The Christ – FHE Lesson Ideas That Teach Us To Accept Disabilities And Embrace Possibilities

Jesus Christ invites us to come unto Him—to use our time in ways that will make us more productive, more joyful, and more free. These Family Home Evening ideas are meant to help families engage the Savior and each other in support with worthy goals.

Spread Love By Spending Time Together – 5 Great Activities For Under For $25 Per Person!

Valentine’s Day lends an air of love to the entire month of February. In the October 2010 session of General Conference, President Uchtdorf advised families to show their love for one another by spending time together. For those families with tight budgets, below are four FREE ways to show your love. The final highlight is more pricey for larger groups, but if planned well won’t be a budget-buster. Plan to spend a little extra time together to build loving memories.

Battlementals: Pounce and the Riddle of Fire – Author Randy Lindsay Releases Exciting Middle Grade Adventure Story

The second book in the Battlementals series brings a page-turning, coming-of-age fantasy adventure. Parents looking for a good read for middle graders will find Pounce and the Riddle of Fire captivating. It is written in the style of Brandon Mull’s Fablehaven and Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief.

I Heart Pretzels!

There is no better splurge than a deliciously warm pretzel straight out of the oven. Pretzels may sound tough, but this is a super fun and simple recipe.

Stylish & Practical – Clutter-Free And Classy Capsule Wardrobes

Frugal fashionistas always look for ways to make their dollar stretch a little further. This is hardly new. In the 1970s, designer Susie Faux coined the term “capsule wardrobe,” a closet reduced to indispensable, timeless articles of clothing that could be worn over multiple seasons and brightened up with a new statement piece, or an accessory or two. Stylish and practical, the capsule wardrobe concept remains popular 40 years later. For a little less effort to your elegance, consider these starter tips to build a capsule wardrobe.

And He Laid His Hands On Them… AZBrainfood Founder Ruth Collins Feeds Hungry School Children

The project expanded into AZBrainfood, so called because the goal reaches beyond food to get students educated. Children do so much better in school, Ruth explains, if they have good nutrition and are not thinking about empty bellies or stressing about where their next meal is coming from.