Spiritual Strength Let the Lord Jesus Christ give you strength through His words, His spirit, and His love.
Relief Society History To understand our destiny, we need to know our past. We are all soldiers in Jesus Christ's army.
RS Meeting Ideas Ideas that will help families and individuals live the gospel of Jesus Christ every day of their lives.
Charity Let us act like Jesus Christ, with compassion and love toward one another.

Sisters, this is a call to arms, it's a call to action, a call to arise. A call to arm ourselves with power and with righteousness...A call to live as Women of God. - Sheri Dew

  • Family History Library

    Gathering Our Genealogy Roots And Branches

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    Oh, no! Another post on Family History work! We Mormons have so much to do, how are we expected to do it all! I’ve been reading through the recent conference talks. By the way, I was complaining about how I wanted to read each talk, [...]

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  • Virgins Rane

    Faithful Women Needed to Stand With the Prophet

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    Now that Ordain Women is no longer the “hot topic” it was, what is left? What questions remain unanswered? Where are women looking for answers? Who has the right answers? What next? For me, the answers will always come from the servants of Heavenly Father, [...]

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  • Pioneer1

    The Second Rescue

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    This is an old post that should be remembered for Pioneer Day. And in light of participating in the WorldWide Indexing Day yesterday, we have come a long way in our capability to do Family History work. Let us participate, and rejoice, in the work [...]

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  • VT3

    A Visiting Teaching How-To

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    Back in the old days there used to be training for new Visiting Teachers. Every month there was a Visiting Teaching meeting. That turned into once a quarter, then a five minute blurb every once in a while. Soon, Visiting Teaching Training turned into Visiting [...]

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  • Mormon Family Home Evening

    Mothers of Influence

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    When our children were young, we used to play a made-up game for FHE. At dinnertime, my husband would announce, “Let’s play Nephites and Lamanites tonight!” and a whoop would rise to the rafters while I would silently moan unnoticed and ignored. The family would [...]

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