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It's ok to not feel grateful while going through something really hard. That can come later, after our trials transform us.
A faith life with hardened beliefs often turns stale; one that embraces mystery and wonder can be life-giving.
Social media encourages binary thinking by its nature. By embracing the word "and," we can find what's real through the noise.
Letting go of the stories we tell ourselves can help us find something more real and durable underneath.
For Latter-day Saints, the promises we make at baptism may be asking for more than we're currently giving to the LGBTQ community.
A different type of faith is required to process a dramatic reverasal after only a few years under a controversial policy.
We may be ignoring both precedent and logic when we simply wait for changes from the top.
In Latter-day Saint culture, we've developed a cultural fixation on "knowing." This comes at the risk of stunting our own spiritual growth.