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Terrie Lynn Bittner
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LDS, author, retired homeschooler, genealogy addict, history fan
LDS, author, retired homeschooler, genealogy addict, history fan

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Here's what I learned from being quoted by Elder Bednar in a speech on social media.

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"I have often thought that the best way for Satan to bring down the Church is to bring down the women."

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Having religious and inspirational art in my home keeps me focused on my eternal goals.

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90 years ago, Woodrow Wilson died. He had several connections to Mormon history, and in one fascinating story, one of his political passions allowed Heber J. Grant, the Mormon prophet at the time, to teach by example that differences of opinion in political matters need not interfere with religious harmony.

Can someone tell me how Google + is able to continue changing my homepage to their site without my permission on Firefox? I had it set here long ago, but once I started using it as my primary browser, I changed it. However, several times a week, it changes back. My virus protection software catches it sometimes, but not always. Did something get installed when I did an update?

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I've been asked often to create a resource for temporary homeschoolers, especially those who are in an emergency situation and starting without warning. My large homeschool site is too overwhelming for people--and my 400 page book is even more so. People in this setting want a site that just hits the highlights and is a fast tutorial. I've created that and a blog that will allow these homeschoolers to get fast answers and discuss their special situation. If you're thinking about doing a year or less of homeschooling, stop in. If you know someone, please pass the site along to them or share it here. Thanks!

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This University of Pennsylvania professor did a study of congregational social services in Philadelphia. He only evaluated five programs for each congregation in the city and was conservative in his estimates of cost, and still found that if all the churches left or stopped their social services, the city would have to pay at least $246,901,440 a year to replace what they do.

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Being a Black member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes inadvertently called the “Mormon Church”), I have encountered a few Blacks who know very little about the Church other than at one time Blacks were not allowed to hold the Priesthood. Based on that one small piece of information alone, they believe that the Church of Jesus Christ is prejudiced and racist, and therefore will not ever consider becoming a member.

** This is my latest article published by the More Good Foundation. Please feel free to comment.**

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A Jewish magazine publishes one of the best arguments on what's really behind the anti-Mormonism spewing unrelentlessly just now.

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The Department of Defense recently sent in people to figure out why the Mormons can react to emergencies better than they can. This article outlines how they've created a system that helps without creating dependency.
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