How to Handle Food Allergies at Church

How to Handle Food Allergies at Church

Food allergies and reactions to food can have a significant effect on a person’s physical and emotional health and ability to participate in Church meetings and activities. How can we administer the sacrament in a way that ensures the safety of someone who has food...

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Church Releases New Emotional Resilience Manual

Church Releases New Emotional Resilience Manual

The Church has released a new manual, Finding Strength in the Lord: Emotional Resilience. This manual is an addition to the family of self-reliance manuals that are used in self-reliance courses. This workbook can help you learn and put into practice principles of...

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VIDEO: Pray for Eyes to See as He Sees

VIDEO: Pray for Eyes to See as He Sees

In the Church video "Pray for Eyes to See as He Sees," Sister Michelle Craig suggests that we pray to God to open our eyes to see things we might not normally see. “Jesus Christ sees people deeply,” says Michelle Craig of the Young Women General Presidency. He sees...

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Are Service Animals Allowed at Church?

Are Service Animals Allowed at Church?

Service animals often accompany people with particular disabilities to help them with their day-to-day activities. Other people have animals for emotional support. Are both service animals and emotional support animals allowed in Church buildings? Definitions A...

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Latter-day Saint Responsibility to Welcome and Help Refugees

Latter-day Saint Responsibility to Welcome and Help Refugees

Latter-day Saints have a responsibility to welcome and help refugees. See this entry from the Church's General Handbook, 38.8.35: 38.8.35 Refugees Many people have fled their homes seeking relief from violence, war, religious persecution, and life-threatening...

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5 Tools to Help You Evaluate Information about the Church

5 Tools to Help You Evaluate Information about the Church

In a recent Church News podcast, Keith Erekson discussed the tools he uses to determine if information is accurate and true. He talked about accuracy, authenticity, reliability, fairness, and comprehensive search. There are many reasons to study Church history. It...

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Video: Struggling with the History of Race and the Priesthood

Video: Struggling with the History of Race and the Priesthood

A new Church video in the “His Grace” series features a young Latter-day Saint man named Danor. He discusses the challenges he faced about race and priesthood when he joined the Church. Watch the video "Struggling with the History of Race and the Priesthood." Danor...

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How to Order Latter-day Saint Garments and Temple Clothing

How to Order Latter-day Saint Garments and Temple Clothing

Endowed members of the Church can purchase garments and temple clothing in the following ways: In person at a Distribution Services or Deseret Book store. Online at store.ChurchofJesusChrist.org. By phone by calling the Global Service Center. Who May Buy Garments and...

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Discussion on How to Overcome Prejudice

Discussion on How to Overcome Prejudice

Elder Jack N. Gerard of the Quorum of the Seventy had a discussion about overcoming prejudice with Rev. Amos C. Brown of the Third Baptist Church of San Francisco. Latter-day Saint leaders, including President Russell M. Nelson, have worked with Rev. Brown and others...

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How to Prepare a Talk in Church

How to Prepare a Talk in Church

Few people enjoy public speaking, but with a little preparation and practice, you can do it. Speaking is an important way we help each other in the Church. Preparation Here are a few key ideas about preparing a talk. When you get the assignment to speak, start praying...

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