Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Explore Fasting Lds, Church Stuff, and more!

BYU Speechesfrom BYU Speeches

How Do I Love Thee

"Think the best of each other, especially of those you say you love. Assume the good and doubt the bad." — Jeffrey R. Holland

With commonsense planning, you can survive hard times by Jackie Clay Although written in 1999 with Y2K in mind, this article still rings true today about being prepared for major catastrophes. Well-worth the read! #JackieClay

Latter-day Saints fast (go without food or drink for two meals and donate the money to feed others) on the first Sunday of each month. Learn about some of the blessings that come from fasting.

I testify that bad days come to an end, that faith always triumphs and that heavily promises are always kept—Elder Holland

How Does Shefrom How Does She

5 ideas to keep kids entertained at a restaurant

Idea for waiting with kids when you're out to eat. Genious!

What we see depends on what we look for.! Look for good you will find good. Look for bad hard enough you will eventually find that too or manifest it when you can't.

Kids. ( I TRY to remember this.) I know I complain about the mess my kids make at times but it's true it will be gone someday and though I think I won't miss the mess, in an ironic way I will. I'll miss the memories and miss the presence of having my kids at home. They grow up so fast!

FAST LEARNING THE EASY WAY! Awsome chronological Bible "read in 6 months couldn't put it down" & "amaqzingbiblefacts.com" learn why God didn't kill Lucifer & what really happens when we die. Things we don't pick up on

"Establish a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a house of glory, a house of order, a house of God." –D&C 88:119

Etsyfrom Etsy

8X10 inch print, Gordon B. Hinckley Quote

So true.

Bloglovin’from Bloglovin’

Photo (Spiritual Inspiration)

Photo - Spiritual Inspiration

I Heart Nap Timefrom I Heart Nap Time

What I believe

I belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints