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The Faith of My Father

The Faith of My Father

In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the prophets have taught that children are not accountable before God for their actions until the age of 8. Of this time, President Ezra Taft Benson said: When the Lord declared that “power is not given unto Satan to...
Putting Doubt into Perspective, Part 2

Putting Doubt into Perspective, Part 2

This articlePutting Doubt into Perspective was originally published in Meridian Magazine. Read Part 1 of this article. Nowhere in the scriptures are we told that we should choose to doubt. In fact, we are repeatedly told that we should avoid doubt. Christ said to his...
Putting Doubt into Perspective, Part 1

Putting Doubt into Perspective, Part 1

This articlePutting Doubt into Perspective was originally published in Meridian Magazine. An unavoidable part of life is that we routinely experience doubt, confusion and uncertainty. These feelings are always troubling, but they can be especially disconcerting when...
Cinderella and the Power of Kindness

Cinderella and the Power of Kindness

I have to admit, I’m a girl who loves princess movies. As a kid I saw every Disney princess movie ever made. But I think the recent release of Disney’s live action Cinderella is one of my favorites, because it illustrates the power in kindness, courage, work and...
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