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    Humanitarian = Ministering = Love
    Sharon EubankMarch 13, 2020
    It is easy to get caught up in the idea that one person cannot really make much of a difference or that other people know more and can help better than we can. It simply isn’t true. The things that make the most difference in a person’s life are often humble efforts.

    Where We Find the Power of God
    Sharon EubankSeptember 13, 2019
    As we make covenants with God, we will make an eternal difference—not just for ourselves but in the way we magnify and lift others.

    Relief Society and the Power of Wheat
    Sharon EubankAugust 17, 2018
    For more than 100 years, the Relief Society collected and stored wheat to provide for those who needed food. When the Relief Society donated all its wheat to the larger Church in 1978, many thought the era of Relief Society wheat was over, but that has not proved to be the case. We still are exercising the “power of wheat.”

    The Idea of “Mothers in Zion” Made Me Mad—Until I Learned What It Meant
    Sharon EubankMay 11, 2018
    As a middle-aged woman with no kids, I have sometimes struggled with the concept that “we are all mothers in Zion.” “No,” I would think to myself. “We are not ALL mothers. Pretending we are doesn’t help.” That changed when I learned for myself what that phrase truly meant.

    When You’re Already Tired and Can’t Do One More Thing
    Sharon EubankJuly 14, 2017
    My head exploded. My brain shut down. The phrase that kept running through my head was “How am I going to do that?”

    Women Are the Glue
    Sharon EubankMay 12, 2017
    Women are called to be glue. We are the bonds of unity and kindness. This unity, this bonding, this glue is the ingredient of conversion to the gospel of Jesus Christ that is in our most basic doctrines.