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Here are the top ten articles for the LDS Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Write a Sacrament Talk in 3 Easy Steps
Here are three simple steps to put together your talk for Sunday´s Sacrament Meeting.
2. Random Acts of Kindness
Ready for a fun Family Home Evening lesson? Want to help bring joy into your family life? Try this simple FHE lesson and experience the beauty of time with your family.
3. Old Testament - Saul, David, and Solomon
What do Saul, David, and Solomon all have in common? It is an urgent message for us today.
What is at the heart of thanksgiving? Perhaps it is grounded in worship of God as shown through service to others?
5. Patriarchal Blessings
Here is information on patriarchal blessings...how to understand and use them to bless your life.
6. Meet the Producer for the new series Liken the Scriptures
Read this fascinating interview with producer Kenneth Agle, responsible for the new whimsical DVD series, "Liken the Scriptures."
7. Cool Music for Kids
Too much of what this world offers for our children is filthy. Here is an absolutely delightful (and clean) solution for your kids!
8. Compassionate Service Casserole
You don´t have to have exceptional culinary skills to render compassionate service. All you need is a pair of willing hands and an open heart.
9. LDS Leadership Training Tip 1: Organize by Agenda
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, instead of a paid clergy, tend to the duties and functions of their units, stakes, quorums, and auxillaries as a "volunteer army." One of the necessary skills members must develop is the ability to organize meetings by using an agenda.
10. What Latter-day Saints Believe: The 5th Article of Faith
The fifth Article of Faith of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints states that one who is called to preach, teach, lead, or serve is called by the spirit of God, and is given authority through the power of the Priesthood.
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