Inspirational Playlists- More LDS films
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The beginning of a new year can be great, with family time, parties, tasty food … and goals. Some people love goals—they rank right up there with watching fireworks and counting down to midnight. Other people, well, don’t. It can be terribly frustrating to set goals and then not achieve them. But whether you love setting goals or dread it, setting goals can be different this year! Here’s how:
It’s January 1—time to set some goals for the new year. Want to make sure you don’t forget about them by January 15? Find out what helps these youth finish what they start
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Published on Dec 12, 2014
The Piano Guys, Peter Hollens, David Archuleta, and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir get together to sing “Angels We Have Heard On High” Watch the #sharethegift video: http://goo.gl/9ZAFnY
Christmas can be a crazy time of year. There are parties to plan, events to attend, and decorations to put up. Not to mention presents. Sometimes it’s difficult to find those peaceful moments that are so important at Christmas time. It’s in those moments that we remember our Savior Jesus Christ, and we grow closer to Him.
Here’s an idea: What if we combined the present-giving part of Christmas with the remembering-Christ part? These five ideas can get you started.