Where Do I Belong?

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I belong to this amazing Dream Big Tribe through Tribalry, which is based out of Orem, Utah. It is so inspiring. Each week 2-3 peers will write about something to …

Creators

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“What do you want to be when you grow up?” When I was a kid we moved 13 times in 13 years and so, naturally, I thought I wanted to …

The Working Mother

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The topic of working mothers comes up a lot in my circles. It seems there isn’t a one-size fits all for everyone. But often it leaves many to wonder why …

Prepare and Build

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Who are you and why are you here? Learn then serve. Become your best self and help others to become their best self. Develop your talents and then use them. …

November VTing Message 2015

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There isn’t a particular visiting teaching message for this month since last month was conference.  But as visiting teachers we are still asked to share a message with the sisters …

Seeds of Divine Nature

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Job said, “The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life.”1 We come into this world “trailing clouds of glory.”2 “The Family: …

I Have Already Chosen

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I have already chosen — and I chose Christ. Whenever I am tempted. Whenever I start to feel down or depressed. Whenever I feel the guilt of shame creep in …

Your Messy House

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To mothers of little children, many children, or even just one baby — mothers of busy lives: Your messy house isn’t a sign of weakness in you… It is just …

No Need For Sunday

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No Need for Sunday A poem by Kiani S. Atkinson  There are some days when I wish there was no Sunday. When I wish that every day was like Sunday, …

Choose to Stay

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Choose to Stay In those moments when you want to run away because the demands of life are too much. Choose to Engage Beyond being physically and emotionally present recommit …

The Mother That I Am

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It was an hour and a half before church started. We were eating lunch. It was then that I realized that I still wasn’t dressed. Four of my six kids weren’t …

The Cure for Boredom

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The cure for boredom is an intelligent thought. A project to work on. A thought to chew on. A personal progress goal. A fulfillment of purpose. Plans to create more …

As My Child Cries

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To my two year old the world is filled with injustice, technology overload and his overbearing siblings, which he expresses with constant crying and endless whining. His cry rings through …