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- Why Good Listeners Get What They Want September 28, 2016
- Why Social Media Is One of the Best Feedback Tools for Businesses September 28, 2016
- 2845 September 25, 2016
- October 2016 General Conference Talks September 25, 2016
- Minerva Teichert September 23, 2016
- Apostle Addresses Religious Persecution, Forced Migration at Windsor Conference September 23, 2016
- 5 REASONS EVERYTHING IS BETTER IN TEXAS September 23, 2016
- 2820 September 20, 2016
- BYU-I Devotional Highlights September 20, 2016
- 2812 September 19, 2016
- BYU Professors Develop Field Guide to Ethics in Business September 19, 2016
- A New Brand for LDS.net: Mormon Hub | Mormon Hub September 19, 2016
- Finding Permanent Happiness September 19, 2016
- Transcript: Elder Dallin H. Oaks Speaks on Religious Freedom in Texas September 18, 2016
- Unto All the World: Mikina Watanabe’s Story September 18, 2016
- 10 Habits That Help You Learn Twice as Fast by @chrisdunntv September 17, 2016
- If You Could Hie To Kolob Gets a Makeover and It’s POWERFUL September 17, 2016
- The deeply troubling federal report targeting religious freedom September 16, 2016
- October 2016 General Conference – Church News and Events September 16, 2016
- Grace VanderWaal September 15, 2016
- 5 Online Tools That Are Grammar Police Approved September 15, 2016
- Meat Loaf (two words, shows depth) September 15, 2016
- Face to Face with Studio C September 15, 2016
- How the 2016 election is messing with your brain September 15, 2016
- Full BYU Devotional with Transcript September 14, 2016
- Elder Dallin H. Oaks, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (9/13/16) September 14, 2016
- Elder Dallin H. Oaks: Elections, Hope and Freedom September 14, 2016
- Apostle Addresses Religious Persecution, Forced Migration at Windsor Conference September 13, 2016
- #47—The spiritual lives of America’s “Nones,” with Elizabeth Drescher [MIPodcast] September 12, 2016
- Elder and Sister Bednar- Self Esteem September 12, 2016
- 2741 September 12, 2016
- Engage in Religious Freedom Debate Constructively, Mormon Leaders Say September 12, 2016
- 2733 September 12, 2016
- Religious Freedom September 12, 2016
- Religious Freedom Website from LDS Church September 12, 2016
- This artist is on a quest to paint 50,000 honeybees around the world September 11, 2016
- Tonga Celebrates Mission Centennial – Church News and Events September 11, 2016
- Worldwide Devotional with Elder Quentin L. Cook September 11, 2016
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- Why A.I. and humans are better together September 10, 2016
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- September 2016 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults – Church News and Events September 10, 2016
- 2704 September 10, 2016
- Do You Write Like Mark Twain or Ralph Waldo Emerson? BYU Corpus Has The Answer September 10, 2016
- 2695 September 10, 2016
- Choosing God No Matter Who You Are September 10, 2016
- Council of Fifty Minutes Featured in New Joseph Smith Papers Volume September 10, 2016
- Creative Leadership in a Changing World September 9, 2016
- Who Is Jesus Christ? A 60-Second Overview September 9, 2016
- Be Still, My Soul September 8, 2016
- Be Still My Soul: New Mormon Channel Music Video September 8, 2016
- “Sunshine in My Soul” September 8, 2016
- Church Publishes New Suicide Prevention Website – Church News and Events September 8, 2016
- 2659 September 8, 2016
- http://moa.byu.edu/learn/moa-videos/ September 8, 2016
- 5 ways seminary has changed in the last 10 years – UtahValley360 September 8, 2016
- Devotional and Forum Schedule for Fall 2016 Semester September 6, 2016
- Laughter RX September 5, 2016
- Freshman lead BYU in five-set comeback over No. 11 Ohio State September 3, 2016
- Special Witnesses of Christ September 3, 2016
- Prophets and Apostles on Social Media September 3, 2016
- Creativity Is What Remains September 2, 2016
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- Church Announces Dates of 2017 Churchwide Events – Church News and Events September 1, 2016
- 2017 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth, and Adults – Church News and Events September 1, 2016
- 2586 September 1, 2016
- Book of Mormon Exhibits September 1, 2016
- Flecks of Gold September 1, 2016
- Elizabeth Smart Is Challenging the Mormon Church’s Teachings on Women and Sex September 1, 2016
- After Love, Then What? – Liahona September 2016 – liahona September 1, 2016
- Our True Identity September 1, 2016
- Bible Videos – Substance of Faith August 30, 2016
- Christian music August 30, 2016
- Finding the Fellow Christians August 30, 2016
- Devotional and Forum Schedule for Fall 2016 Semester August 30, 2016
- Search the Collection | BYU Museum of Art August 29, 2016
- How to talk about faith with someone who’s been skipping church August 29, 2016
- BYU exhibition celebrates centuries of Christ-themed art August 29, 2016
- 2544 August 29, 2016
- 5 TED Talks You Must Share With the Most Annoying Grammar Maven You Know August 29, 2016
- “The Star-Spangled Banner” August 29, 2016
- I Spy with My Little Eye . . . – BYU Magazine August 29, 2016
- I Spy: ‘Treasures of Knowledge’ by Greg Olsen – UtahValley360 August 29, 2016
- Business intelligence (BI) August 29, 2016
- 2492 August 28, 2016
- Remembering my Branch August 28, 2016
- 2017 Youth Theme Encourages Youth to Pray – Church News and Events August 28, 2016
- Calming the Tempest August 28, 2016
- A Sacred Trust – By President Thomas S. Monson August 28, 2016
- Love the Inclusiveness August 28, 2016
- Grace Canderwaal August 26, 2016
- BYUI Devotional August 25, 2016
- That Goal of Weekly Meetings August 25, 2016
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blockquote>October 2016 General Conference Talks
Sapernal Update 63. Minerva Teichert – Google Search
A Visual Testimony: Minerva Teichert at the BYU Museum of Art | Brigham Young University| YouTube
Also: Mormon art – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There is a reason that the U.S Census Bureau found that Texas is home to five of the eleven fastest growing cities in America. With top-notch universities, affordable housing, and a thriving job market, there are an abundance of factors contributing to people’s decision to relocate to the Lone Star State. 1. No State Income Tax
What would you do in these five ethical dilemmas?
LDS.net has gone through a rebrand to accommodate a plethora of new features. We are now Mormon Hub. Come see what’s new!
Source: Finding Permanent Happiness
“Fail Harder” or as I changed it Fail Happier, 3 steps toward our goals with 1 or even 2 steps knocked back is still progress. Also, use the Fall Forward technique, best example could from football a controlled fall forward often provides the needed yardage.
Fall toward your testimony of Christ into the arms of prayer. Best joke I’ve heard about this, Satan has made a real B Rated Movie of my life, time out for popcorn and prayer.
Unto All the World: Mikina Watanabe’s Story
The quickest way to get smarter is to learn how to learn faster.
I would add to start and end study sessions with prayers, same with tests.
Do not put a book between you and those you are listening to. I had a fold-away desk top while getting my MBA to talk to my family when they came into my study area and never took study materials to meals or time set aside to be with my family.
Easy ways to educate yourself during your free time
As the arrangement started coming together for “If You Could Hie To Kolob”, it hit him that this would make an epic video.
The Independence Day parade on July 4, 2015, in Washington. (Charles Ommanney/The Washington Post) Nearly 225 years after the ratification of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the cause of conscience protected by the principles of “no establishment” and “free exercise” may be losing support in the minds and hearts of the American people. Appeals by religious individuals and groups for exemption from government laws and regulations that substantially burden religious practice are increasingly unpopular and controversial. So much so that many in the media have taken to using scare quotes, transforming religious freedom into “religious freedom.” Now the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights appears to be recommending that we make it official: Our first freedom is first no more. According to a commission report released Sept. 7, “civil rights protections ensuring nondiscrimination, as embodied in the Constitution, laws, and policies, are of preeminent importance in American jurisprudence.” If we accept this assertion, it means that conflicts between religious freedom and nondiscrimination principles are resolved by denying accommodation for religious conscience – except perhaps in very rare and narrow circumstances. According to the findings of the commission: “Religious exemptions to the protections of civil rights based upon classifications such as race, color, national origin, sex, disability status, sexual orientation, and gender identity, when they are permissible, significantly infringe upon those civil rights.” The findings and recommendations of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights – an independent, bipartisan, fact-finding federal agency – carry weight with government officials responsible for national civil rights policy and enforcement. Robust protection for civil rights is, of course, essential in a democratic society. But so is protection for liberty of conscience. Despite dark chapters of religious discrimination, the United States has a long and honorable history of taking claims of conscience seriously.
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Watch the general women’s session on September 24, the general priesthood session on October 1, and general sessions for individuals and families on October 1–2.
On October 19 at 6:00 p.m. mountain daylight time, join the worldwide activity featuring a question and answer session with the cast of Studio C. Youth will be able to ask the cast questions before and during the broadcast. All youth are encouraged to invite their family and friends and watch.
Source: Face to Face with Studio C
Fear is an effective way to win votes, but it’s really bad for our mental health
I am meeting more and more of these while out and starting a religious discussion with them, old Missionary habit. Mormonism makes sense to them, it’s just not what they expect.
If you surveyed Americans, asking them to identify themselves as: A) Catholic B) Muslim C) Evangelical D) Mormon …and so on, an increasing number will select the very last option—none of the above. […]
Elder and Sister Bednar discuss individual worth and understanding who we are.
At a religious freedom conference for Latter-day Saints in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, Elder Dallin H. Oaks encouraged members to get involved “in a constructive way in the vital contest for religious freedom.” Emphasizing messages he has shared previously, he counseled local Mormons to seek a cease-fire in the culture wars and to employ a “fairness for all” approach in defending religious freedom because our pluralistic world requires we “live peacefully” with each other. Elder Oaks, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was joined by Church general counsel Elder Lance B. Wickman and Elder Von G. Keetch of the Seventy. Their comments at this regional religious freedom conference (the first of its kind) coincide with the creation of a religious freedom page on LDS.org. Although religious freedom may seem a subject more fit for those with law and political science degrees, Elder Oaks said “literally everyone, from kindergarten children through the ranks of professionals and mothers and fathers and friends and neighbors can and should understand what religious freedom is and why it is important.” Elder Wickman recited a brief history of the struggle that was the creation of the United States Constitution, and he reminded Mormons that in addition to belonging to a church they are also citizens. It is “we the people” who are to “do the hard work of citizenship that is necessary to protect and preserve rights so painfully established” in America, he said. Like Elder Oaks, Elder Wickman urged Latter-day Saints to actively participate in today’s religious freedom discussions. He said the most important freedoms to protect are “those that relate to private and ecclesiastical contexts, or are part of the rights of all citizens.
“Religious freedom is more than just the freedom to believe what you want. It’s also the freedom to talk about and act on your core beliefs without interferen
Bees may be on the decline, but this artist believes that we can learn a lot from them.
Rainy, cold weather on August 10, the third day of the Tonga Mission Centennial Celebration, threatened to prevent the cultural show at Teufaiva Stadium from happening. But the organizers determined that “rain or shine, the show must go on!”
Worldwide Devotional with Elder Quentin L. Cook
Elder Quentin L. Cook will speak at a worldwide devotional for young adults to be broadcast on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
If you’ve ever wondered how your writing style compares to the literary greats, the Essay Genome Project can help you find your place. Submit your writing to the project and receive personalized feedback about your writing style.
A new volume of never-before-published documents from the Council of Fifty offers a candid view on how early Mormon leaders handled the temporal affairs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
please enjoy the audio through the link provided.
This animation gives a short but poignant portrait of Jesus Christ and His relevance to each of us.
The Church published a new website September 8 devoted to suicide prevention. The release of preventingsuicide.lds.org and other helpful resources coincides with National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in September.
Seminary is no longer the seminary of yesteryear. It’s out with the old and in with the new — some parents might not even recognize the program anymore.
Me, how much it has changed in fifty years.
Every Tuesday at 11:05 a.m., students, faculty and staff head to the Marriott Center for the weekly Devotional or Forum address. Speakers consist of BYU professors, LDS Church leaders and a range of influential figures.
Freshman Mary Lake passes the ball in the Cougars win over No. 11 Ohio State. (BYU Photo) Freshman Mckenna Miller and Mary Lake pushed No. 10 BYU women’s volleyball to overcome No. 11 Ohio State in fi
The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles each bear their personal testimony about the Savior and Redeemer of the World.
Source: Special Witnesses of Christ
Prophets and Apostles on Social Media
Source: Creativity Is What Remains
I wrote my Master’s paper on AI. When asked by a female secretary, I called it average male mentality, artificial intelligence.
I listen to this song by Jenn Blosil while laying in bed alone too ill to stand, at one of the lowest point of my life, and it really seemed to help. Reasonably sure that each time was my last. Lots of research, lots of reading, and I think it was survivor guilt.
The First Presidency announced dates for important 2017 Churchwide events in a letter to local leaders August 18.
See what children, youth, and adults will be studying in 2017.
The last time I was in Priesthood Quorum meeting the High Priests Group Leader showed this video. I said that I feel this way about my blog and Twitter account, collecting flecks of gold.
Elizabeth Smart Is Standing Up for Rape Victims—And Tearing Down Purity Culture | Broadly
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf retells the story of the ugly duckling and urges us to reflect on who we really are—sons and daughters of a glorious Heavenly Father.
Source: Our True Identity
How I feel; lately, in the nineth stage of grief, with the new pursuit of finding fellow online Christians.
Chris Tomlin – Our God (Live)
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Published on Oct 29, 2013Music video by Chris Tomlin performing Our God. (C) 2013
Every Tuesday at 11:05 a.m., students, faculty and staff head to the Marriott Center for the weekly Devotional or Forum address. Speakers consist of BYU professors, LDS Church leaders and a range of influential figures.
A new LifeWay Research study explores what’s on the mind of people who haven’t been to a church in at least six months.
Artwork featured in exhibition allows artists and viewers to connect as believers across six centuries.
To Magnify the Lord: Six Centuries of Art and Devotion – BYU Museum of Art
Video, prepare to pause
As a High School Senior I took a specific English class because she had the highest degree. I originated a word in each paper and showed her which ones in the last class. fun fun fun She said, I have started using them. why I created them
Think you know the rules of English? These talks will change your mind.
Code: The next universal language, click the image
was written by Francis Scott Key in 1814 about the American victory at the Battle of Fort McHenry. We only sing the first verse, but Key penned three more. This is the third verse:
And where is that band who so vauntingly swore,
That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion
A home and a Country should leave us no more?
Their blood has wash’d out their foul footstep’s pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.
American Treasures of the Library of Congress: Memory (Star-Spangled Banner). In 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote new words for a well-known drinking song, “To Anacreon in Heaven,” to celebrate America’s recent victory over the British.
Greg Olsen’s “Treasures of Knowledge” invites viewers to seek understanding, both sacred and secular.
- T. rex bones
- chemistry set
- diving helmet
Artist Greg Olsen searched six months to find objects to use on the set for his newest painting, “Treasures of Knowledge.” Because of all the “stuff” Olsen has in his painting, it takes time to take in all the details. This I Spy game will help you find more of the objects, thus helping you look at more of the metaphors …
Business intelligence (BI) is an umbrella term that includes the applications, infrastructure and tools, and best practices that enable access to and analysis of information to improve and optimize decisions and performance. Free Gartner Research on Big Data Analytics: Information 2020 – Beyond Big Data.
Business Intelligence – BI – Gartner IT Glossary
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I used in rely on Gardner a lot while at work, the question was always a good way to afford the fees but it is really nice to see this amount of information online for free. The problem in fast emerging technology was always using the right (common, same) terminology; especially, when these terms were not yet coined.
I would recommend Gardener to anyone.
This reminds me of my Branch (7 -11, geographic center of the US, to 1968), except they were so good I was never allowed to help. I enjoyed remembering my elder sisters names and which coat was whose.
Source: Mysterious Civil War Quilt
My testimonies included asking the children and the youth to learn to pray. To use the years remaining to being baptized to learn to keep an awareness of the Light of Christ. That ability is needed when receiving the challenge to keep awareness of the Holy Ghost.
The 2017 Mutual theme is from James 1:5–6, “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God.”
Water in my oxygen makes it feel like the hospital is rocking. I have felt this calming by Christ for days as I lay there and had my sergeon ask how I remainded this calm, the calming was described as how I was recovering.
Source: Calming the Tempest
Brought me to tears of joy, again.
I like how this change brought Name to the center and Savior to the top.
I keep going back to this book:
The Light of Christ
A comfort in Christ.
This reminded me: while on my mission, we were invited to attend a group of ladies meeting in one of their homes. We were invited to pick a topic; from experience, they were assume to take the opposite. I asked for suggestions and was told works, polygamy… I asked if it could be my favorite topic and was told I could. The light of Christ. Wonderful meeting.
Same scripture we used as our position: Book of Mormon, The Book of Moroni, Chapter 7: 15-19. I had added verse 15.
Then we reviewed the Bible scriptures in my Missionary Guide as theirs.
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“The wards and branches of the Church offer a weekly gathering of respite and renewal, a time and place to leave the world behind—the Sabbath. It is a day to “delight thyself in the Lord,” to experience the spiritual healing that comes with the sacrament, and to receive the renewed promise of His Spirit to be with us.
—D. Todd Christofferson, “Why the Church“
The who, what, how and when of church hunting | Deseret News
a sense of welcome are the most common influencers of a church hunter’s search, Pew reported.
Around 8 in 10 U.S. adults who have looked for a new congregation said the quality of sermons (83 percent) and feeling welcomed by church leaders (79 percent) played an important role in their choice. Worship style (74 percent) and church location (70 percent) were also frequently cited.
President Monson Challenges Latter-day Saints to Stop Judging & Start Loving One Another | LDS Living
Proves they are being judgements and have stopped loving each other. Let’s pray for them.