Depression is hard—for anyone. But for some people, on some days, it’s almost unbearable. If that describes you, it’s you I’m writing to—especially those who have been facing this for a while.
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President Ballard has said, “The foundational fact of heavenly parentage is not just my truth or your truth, it is eternal truth.” How does full acceptance of that eternal truth change us? How does it affect how we view other people? How does it change how and for what we pray?
The Church provides support for members serving in the armed forces—and their families. Here are some of the available resources.
Many people are curious about us, but hesitate to ask questions. Here’s a comfortable way for them to compare beliefs and get over the Hesitation Hump.
In His teachings, the Savior compared fruit with things of eternal worth, says Elder Neil L. Andersen. The fruit in Lehi’s dream symbolizes the blessings of the Savior’s Atonement, describing the fruit as “most desirable.” How can we more fully partake of this fruit?