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Eternal Families

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Families are central in LDS beliefs. We believe the family is Heavenly Father's divine institution for earth life and beyond. In 1995, church leaders published a proclamation detailing these beliefs. Entitled, The Family: A Proclamation to the World, or more generally known as the Proclamation on the Family, you can access the document on the Church's official website.

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Carefully consider these questions as you serve others. It will help you to tailor your service to their true needs without wasting time or resources.

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Heavenly Father has revealed principles for healthy living. Known as the Word of Wisdom, it specifies prohibited and recommended foods and practices.

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If you are in a spiritual rut and cannot feel spiritual things, you need to take some basic steps to regain your spirituality and maintain it.

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The founding fathers of America appeared to LDS President Wilford Woodruff in the St. George Temple requesting their temple work be done for them.

To Serve is to Be Like Jesus

We are commanded to serve others. When we do so, we are the most Christlike because Jesus spent His life serving others.

Self Reliance is the Ultimate Freedom

Being self-reliant allows Mormons to provide for all personal and family needs as well as the ability to help others.

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