As Christians, all that we do - every lesson, every scripture study, every family meal, every course correction, every act of service - builds the foundation for our own growth and for that of our family.
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The Lord’s relationship with us is that of a loving parent. We can find reflections of that love in our own for our children, and our families.
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Raising a family is joyous, but it’s coupled with hard work. Friends and mentors in our communities and families can help us succeed in creating families centered on the teachings of the Lord.
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As a #father, a pilot and a volunteer constable, Dean Johnson has learned to lift his sights higher than the storms of life. Because of the gospel of Jesus Christ, he knows how to have hope in the future. More at http://mrmn.org/1pF1BuO
The sacrifices and efforts made by America's Founding Fathers gave us the blessings of political liberty and economic prosperity we enjoy today. Freedom, liberty and justice for all are incredible gifts and should be remembered with gratitude and reverence for the men who established them.
What are you most grateful to the Founding Fathers for?
To join the chat and ask your question, visit www.facebook.com/LDSyouth on June 24. The Spanish chat begins at 5:30 p.m. MST, and the English chat starts at 7:00 p.m. MST.
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