Children and Christmas Traditions

Children and Christmas Traditions

During this Christmas season one particular word repeatedly pops up: tradition. Christmas traditions vary from family to family. Some have been passed down for generations while others are brand new. Righteous traditions are ones that strengthen and uplift family...
Singles: Don’t Fear Marriage

Singles: Don’t Fear Marriage

Mega-stars of today (I choose not to mention any names) have declared marriage to be old-fashioned and outdated. In one or two instances I can understand why they carry this perception. During their growing up years every experience with marriage they were exposed to...
Start Your Own Christmas Traditions

Start Your Own Christmas Traditions

It’s not the easiest thing being single during the Christmas Season. As one friend pointed out, “If I don’t have any family to visit on Christmas, or no plans with friends that day, I get these looks from people that show just how sad they are for me.” This friend has...
Easing the Transition from Teen to Adult

Easing the Transition from Teen to Adult

So you’re eighteen, you’ve graduated from high school, and now you’re an adult. Right? Not exactly. Throwing off our teenage self doesn’t automatically happen the day after we’ve left school or turned twenty. Becoming an adult is a process, sometimes painful. Yet...

Thoughts on Raising the Christ Child

There’s always been a part of me that’s wondered exactly what it must have been like to raise Jesus as a child. We don’t have a lot of information on his childhood, or even his teens years for that matter. Matt Moody, one of the writers here at LDSBlogs,...
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