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When addiction leads to crime, the future can look like total darkness. But God is always there, no matter who you are or what you've done. Learn more about God's love for you at http://mor.mn/3n4ge.

Step #2 in the addiction recovery process is believing that the power of God can restore you to complete spiritual health.

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God’s hand is seen in the world around us. As His children, He created this world to help us become more like Him. In the video below, Navajo photographer Mylo Fowler shares his beliefs about God’s love and the beauty of His creations. You can learn more about who God is, and our potential to become like him at http://mor.mn/3mqge.
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Tim Gates follows Christ by caring for a man who cannot care for himself. Visit http://mor.mn/3lqln to learn how you can help others. 
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When ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me!!!!!!!
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Take your little ones out for a round of mini-golf. Keep score and reward the winner with the coveted green jacket… or maybe just some ice cream. #73Days

To see more big ideas for this summer, check out our blog at http://mor.mn/3gb1t.

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Love enjoying a cold popsicle on a hot summer’s day? Well hold on to those popsicle sticks and make some boats to race down the stream or even the gutter in front of the house. Get creative with the designs and make your boat your own. #73Days

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These promotions are neither political party instigated and I fully support this constant effort of the Latter Day Saints. The Ancient DaySaints likewise took great care of each other. That is one reason they were also called saints.
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3… 2… 1… BLAST OFF! A big summer starts with a big launch and working together. Make a water rocket, take it to the park, and send it into orbit. Start by heading over to our blog for more instructions and get even more ideas for a stellar summer. #73Days

Get tips on rocket construction and other great summer activities on our blog: http://mor.mn/3f8ym

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The one thing David had promised he would never do was ruin his marriage, but when addiction hijacked his self-control, he found himself doing just that.

Addiction affects the addict, but it can also deeply impact loved ones, too. Learn more about choices and consequences at http://mor.mn/3mxct.

The first step of recovering from any addiction is admitting that you, of yourself, are powerless to overcome your addictions and that your life has become unmanageable. Learn more at http://oak.ctx.ly/r/3mxcu

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to me, I know for sure, we, both you and I, when happily and successfully married, were much much happier, when we went to church Sunday, had our prayers, or silver, honest and tried each day to improve our lives. I do understand, that my health problems killed a lot of Your goodness and mine! However, now it is time to get back on the horse I move forward instead of stay stuck in the mud or move backwards! While it might seem impossible, I can promise you that we have been through the worst of things. We did make it! We are alive. We can still choose to do what is right and to allow happiness to be within our reach! I really really miss what we had! Apologize for my difficulties that I caused and cause! It has been one of the worst experiences, not only of my life but that I have ever learned of! Just to be alive, is a blessing! Let's start doing what we know we have to do, I mean spiritually! Its important
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Life constantly throws unexpected challenges at each one of us. But these challenges can help us become better people. Watch this video to see how one mom has grown through loving and raising her children, including her autistic son. And visit http://oak.ctx.ly/r/3ma16 to learn more about the purpose of life.
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Ever wondered where your family’s from? If you don’t know, it’s time to put those smart kids to good use. Do a little research on your family’s origin, create a map, label it, and turn into a piece of family art. Share your family map using hashtag #73days.
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+Mick McCloskey thanks you too :)
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Some of the toughest struggles a family can face are financial ones. That’s why it’s so important to not only have a plan but to make sure everyone is on the same page with the plan! In the words of Paul, “…He which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully.” Tonight, take a moment to teach them how to budget. Talk about it and why it’s important. Investing time now will pay dividends tomorrow. #73days

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Families were meant to make stuff together, like macaroni art, mac 'n cheese and memories that will carry you through life. These memories often start with a good project. Here’s an idea that might sit well with the kids and make for some pretty relaxing family memories - try building a bench. #73Days

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There’s a reason kids play with toy fire trucks. So schedule a tour of your local fire station. The kids will be in awe and it will give you a chance to teach them some safety skills and how to help others in an emergency. Who knows, maybe you’ll even get to slide down the fire pole. #73Days

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