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Do you feel like you are struggling? Here are some talks from last general conference to help lift you up:
“Learn from Alma and Amulek” —Dieter F. Uchtdorf [ Link ]
“To Whom Shall We Go?” —M. Russell Ballard [ Link ]
“Valiant in the Testimony of Jesus” —Quentin L. Cook [ Link ]
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Seven ways the spouse of a pornography user can not only survive heartbreak but also see a promise of hope.

Heartbreak and Hope: When a Spouse Uses Pornography - Ensign February 2017
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“That supreme act of love ought to send each of us to our knees in humble prayer to thank our Heavenly Father for loving us enough that He sent His Only Begotten and perfect Son to suffer for our sins, our heartaches, and all that seems unfair in our own individual lives.” —Linda K. Burton

Christ’s Atonement Is Evidence of God’s Love - Ensign February 2017
All family history callings in the Church have a new name. What's in a name? Check it out.

Temple and Family History Calling Changes
These elders were serving in Denmark in 1913. Decades earlier the Lord had revealed to the Prophet Joseph Smith that the field was “already to harvest” (D&C 4:4) and “that the thing which will be of the most worth unto you will be to declare repentance unto this people” (D&C 15:6). Accordingly, the Prophet and succeeding Church Presidents called many members to serve missions throughout the world.
You’d be surprised how easy it is to make a difference.

Here are some simple ways to protect religious freedom in everyday life.
Have you ever offered a prayer and waited for an answer that never seemed to come? You’re not alone.

5 Questions to Ask When Prayers Feel Unanswered
“Rejoice that God grants unto the world Seers and Prophets ... who saw the mysteries of godliness.” —The Prophet Joseph Smith

Insights from the Doctrine and Covenants about the Father and the Son - Ensign January 2017
5 Things Revealed in Gordon B. Hinckley’s Journals

1. He once had to sleep in a classroom.
2. He had a special love for the youth of the Church.
3. He cared for the one, making time to visit and express his love to those who needed it.
4. He admired his wife’s ability to connect with large audiences.
5. His love for planting trees carried on into his 90s.

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Gordon B. Hinckley: A Prophet of Optimism and Vision - Ensign January 2017
Helping Your Children Understand Prayer
Sometimes prayers aren’t answered the way we want because we understand only a small part of life, while Heavenly Father sees the big picture. You could use a puzzle or painting to help children understand this idea. Looking at only one piece of a puzzle or small area of a painting, it’s impossible to tell how the color and shape fit with the whole. Only...
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“When the light rested upon me I saw two Personages, whose brightness and glory defy all description, standing above me in the air. One of them spake unto me, calling me by name and said, pointing to the other—This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him!” (Joseph Smith—History 1:17).
Today, we learn about the past through incomplete pieces of history. As we study these records, we must remember that they do not represent the entirety of the past.
Sneak peek at article from the February issue.

Understanding Church History by Study and Faith
10 Daily Principles for Long-Term Happiness

1. Continually nourish your testimony. That nourishment comes from personal prayer, daily scripture study—particularly the Book of Mormon—and serving in the Church throughout our life.
2. Follow the counsel of living prophets and apostles. The prophetic counsel found in “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” can help you have a happy marriage,...
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How have the words of latter-day prophets blessed your life? Listen to this touching testimony by President Gordon B. Hinckley.
FHE ACTIVITY: The Family—A Proclamation to the World
Imagine your family had the chance to share a message when the entire world was watching. What would you say?

Create your own proclamation by writing or drawing your testimonies onto a large paper or poster board. Take turns standing on a chair and reading the statements of testimony out loud in a bold way, as if you were making an...
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