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He is a blind connoisseur of good food in Geneva, Switzerland. She is his eyes. Together, this Mormon couple explores their city, eats chocolate and makes each other laugh. Visit Pierre page at www.mormon.org/pierre
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What a beautiful expression of love and the gift of togetherness from the Millers! May our Heavenly Father continue to bless them.
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"Harmony, happiness, peace, and love in the home can help give children the required inner strength to cope with life’s challenges." –James E. Faust

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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“Of one thing you can be certain: every person you see—no matter the race, religion, political beliefs, body type, or appearance—is family.” –Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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.

Read more at http://mrmn.org/1r0I5WS
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Beautiful family our Heavenly Father bless you always !!! 
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"We will use all of the resources we have to encourage greater harmony, greater love, and greater influence in the Lord’s special designated unit—the family." –L. Tom Perry

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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"We have six kids. It's fun, it's demanding and challenging, but to me they're some of the most precious moments of my life."

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
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Viennese concert manager Helmut Wondra loves his job, but even more he loves coming home to his family. He's a #father who loves his boys the same way he believes God loves him. See more at http://www.mormon.org/helmut
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Thanks for your thoughtful post. As a scientist I have come to know that bias is a double edge sword. It's important to realize most of time critics end up judging things based on what is outside of their content of understanding. Finding bias outside our circle is usually pretty straightforward, but an astute scholar is more open and interested in looking at his or her own bias first. 
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Encouraged by his belief in Jesus Christ and family support, Mormon Pediatrician Ryan Wilcox joined an effort to reduce the #1 cause of newborn deaths around the world. See Ryan's experience at www.mormon.org/ryan
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That's a true statement.
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Working in one of the busiest cities in the world brings constant competition; Vanessa describes the journey that made her who she is today. See more at www.mormon.org/vanessaw
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"The Declaration of Independence to which these great men affixed their signatures is much more than a political document. It constitutes a spiritual manifesto—revelation, if you will—declaring not for this nation only, but for all nations, the source of man’s rights.” –Ezra Taft Benson

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?

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No they are not.  We are urged to  protect our free,our country and especially the constitution of the United States.  There is nothing written in any official LDS document etc. forbidding us to join.  My son served in Iraq etc, I served during the Vietnam war, My dad served in the Korean War, his brother in WWII, His dad (my Grand father) in Spanish American War...his dad (Great grand father) in the Civil War, His dad in the War in 1812 who lived near Navoo,, Illinois and his dad the the Revolutionary War
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Wilfried Möller is a Mormon educator who has hiked over 20,000 kilometers and shows no signs of slowing down. See how he follows the footsteps of earlier Christian pilgrims. More at www.mormon.org/wilfried. 
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This is true have talk about God bless has people
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In French, Spanish or English, Maria and Samuel Babins' message is the same: they love their children and the gospel of Jesus Christ. See how this Latina mother and French #father teach their children to appreciate their heritage, take care of their bodies, and enjoy each others' company. Learn more at http://www.mormon.org/samuel
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Join American Idol runner-up, professional singer and recently returned LDS missionary, David Archuleta for a live, interactive Q&A session. You and hundreds of others around the world will be able to ask questions in real time and hear about David Archuleta’s decision to postpone a successful music career to serve God, as well as hear stories from his mission, give advice to other young people, and share his beliefs in God through word and song.

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.

Learn more at http://mrmn.org/1mgvU7A
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Welcome home from a successful mission. I love your music and voice.
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