“I heard the prophet say, ‘The time will come when the government of these United States will be so nearly overthrown through its corruption, that the Constitution will hang as it were by a single hair, and the Latter-day Saints . . . will step forward to its rescue and save it.”
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In light of the misinformation that often surrounds this holiday, and in order to help you prepare for Thanksgiving this week, we’d like to give you some food for thought that can complement the food you will share with your family around your Thanksgiving table.
Just like we learned as children to STOP, DROP, and ROLL in case of fire, we need to empower this generation to know that when confronted with an objectionable book, they can stop reading, close the book, and talk to someone they trust.
“We made multi-year commitments to both organizations and we fulfilled those obligations in 2018,” a representative for Chick-fil-A said, saying the chain will now focus its charitable donations on “education, homelessness and hunger.”
Sure, some in the younger generations may warrant the negative labels, but most do not. Many in the so-called Why Generation are ambitious and entrepreneurial. They are bright and creative. They are kind and generous. They are our future. So shouldn’t we do everything possible to help them find their way in the marketplace of ideas and worthy work?