Just in time for Christmas, we are teaming up with the Heirloom Art Company and many other favorite Latter-day Saint brands to sponsor a sweepstakes. You may be the lucky winner of a collection of gifts that you can share with your entire family and pass on to the next generation—and it is simple to do.
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I created Come Follow Me FHE to bless families everywhere when implementing the new Come Follow Me for Individuals and Families curriculum written by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Check out this free activity page for your family to enjoy this week, particularly as you prepare for General Conference.
Whether Summer flew by or not, we’re here. We made it. School is back in session (kind of)! This time of year can get busy fast. Homework, extracurricular activities, and conflicting schedules make it easy to put our gospel learning on the back burner. Here are some suggestions to help you do better.
Do your kids want to play more video games? Do you want your kids to spend more time in the scriptures? Here’s a win-win solution!
With Father’s Day approaching quickly we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite gift ideas for Dad from three of our favorite Latter-day brands. If you’re looking for a meaningful gift he would love, give these small shops (and promo codes!) a try.
Within a 72-hour period, the coronavirus evaporated the problem of overscheduling. Home has not only become the only “safe” place to be, it is the focal point of everything — education, social life, skill development, nourishment, exercise, hobbies — literally, everything. And all of the sudden, every institution and business seems bent on helping families do it all. Is this how it should've been the whole time?
With the “Home-Centered Church” principle being taken to a whole new level in the past few weeks; now more than ever, families are looking for ways to enhance their study of the gospel AT HOME. Especially families with children. David Bowman, creator of the DRAWN IN series, hopes his videos can help! Check out this episode celebrating the bicentennial of the First Vision.