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    The Most Important Change of All
    Irinna DanielsonMarch 29, 2019
    It’s been a whirlwind year of changes in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. What does that mean for us as members of the Church today?

    Chucking Your Checklist
    Irinna DanielsonJune 23, 2018
    I love checklists. But when it comes to living the gospel, it might be time to chuck that Church checklist of mine.

    The 3 P’s That Changed My Perspective on Talking to God
    Irinna DanielsonSeptember 13, 2017
    So, why pray? Why every morning? Why every night? Does it even matter?

    How to Make the Sabbath Day #HisDay Wherever You Go This Summer
    Irinna DanielsonJuly 16, 2017
    Our offerings on the Sabbath, especially when we’re on vacation, might look different depending on where we are in our journey to become more like God.

    We Don’t Have to Be the Same to Be Together
    Irinna DanielsonFebruary 2, 2017
    In this increasingly divided world in which we live, differences will persist. But as followers of Jesus Christ, we need to love, reserve judgment, and forgive.

    The Longing for Belonging
    Irinna DanielsonNovember 10, 2016
    If we all do the “love one another” thing a little better, we’ll all help each other remember that in God’s Church and in His everlasting love, there is always a place for you.

    When #PrayforAmerica Will Start to Really Mean Something
    Irinna DanielsonJuly 15, 2016
    When we change, when we correct, when we live with true charity, that’s when God can work His miracles.

    What We Cannot Afford to Live Without
    Irinna DanielsonJune 30, 2016
    How are we supposed to push on when the heaviness of the world seems to intensify every day?

    Raising Missionaries Right: 8 Skills Parents Are Overlooking
    Irinna DanielsonJune 21, 2016
    Whether you’re trying to raise a missionary or not, these eight skills can help you better prepare your children to face the world.

    What My Kids Taught Me about Loving Anybody
    Irinna DanielsonMarch 7, 2016
    God loves us, even though we’re imperfect. So we too should love everyone, despite imperfections, beliefs, and choices.