Lds marriage and family relations student manual

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LDS Scriptures - LDS eLibrary with over 350,000 Links, Standard Works, Commentary, Manuals, History, Reference, Music and more by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Brought to you by the LDS Book Club (a Packard Technologies company), this massive collection includes more titles and features than any other LDS collection. Fully footnoted and indexed with over 350,000 links this collection is perfect for the Kindle reader.

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Includes 45 Complete Works including:

• LDS Standard Works:
- Old & New Testaments
- Book of Mormon
- Doctrine and Covenants
- Pearl of Great Price

• Scripture Study Aids:
- Guide to the Scriptures
- Bible Dictionary
- Topical Guide
- Joseph Smith Translation (exerpts)
- Triple Combination Index

• Maps & Illustrations
- 14 Bible Maps
- 32 Photographs of Bible Scriptural Sites
- 7 Church History Maps
- 18 Photographs of Church History Sites

• Essential LDS Classic Works:
- Jesus the Christ
- Articles of Faith
- Gospel Doctrine
- Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith

• Teaching & Student Manuals:
- Gospel Principles Manual
- Old Testament Student Manual
- Old Testament Teachers Manual
- New Testament Student Manual
- New Testament Teachers Manual
- Book of Mormon Student Manual
- Book of Mormon Teachers Manual
- Doctrine & Covenants Student Manual
- Doctrine & Covenants Teachers Manual

• LDS Music
- LDS Hymnbook
- Childrens Song Book

• Parents & Leaders:
- A Parents Guide
- Family Guidebook
- Guidebook for Parents and Leaders of Youth
- Improving Gospel Teaching: A Leaders Guide
- Marriage and Family Relations Instructors Manual
- Priesthood and Auxiliary Leaders Guidebook
- Teaching Guidebook

• Youth:
- Duty to God: Deacon
- Duty to God: Teacher
- Duty to God: Priest
- Faith in God for Boys
- Faith in God for Girls
- Let Virtue Garnish Thy Thoughts
- Young Womens Personal Progress
- For the Strength of Youth

• Other Works:
- Addiction Recovery Program
- LDS Gems (Quotes from General Authorities)
- True to the Faith
- The Family: A Proclamation to the World
- The Living Christ: The Testimony of the Apostles

• Illustrations (64 Images)
- Early Beginnings (Joseph Smith, Jr. and The Book of Mormon)
- Mormon Prophets
- Prominent Members
- Mormon Temples (art by David Davis)

• A History of the LDS Church (Culture, Beliefs, Practices, Organization, and More)

• Key Features:
- Over 350,000 Links (Fully Footnoted),

IMPORTANT NOTE: What sets our library apart from any other is we have pains-takingly spent hundreds of hours specifically on the feature base to make your experience the most rewarding. Our philosophy is that if it’s going to be in electronic format, it ought to include and utilize all the features that an electronic format should provide. One such feature is cross-reference linking. Many other scripture collections dont have links where there ought to be. When studying in a hardcopy version of the scriptures and coming to footnote references, you must take the time to flip through pages to go to the footnote reference. Sometimes this even requires opening a separate book.
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Nurturing Marriage

The TV scene fades with a husband and wife warmly embracing each other and their several children. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS; also called Mormons for many years has projected an image of fostering strong, wholesome, closely knit family units.
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Strengthening Marriages and Families

There are two classic marriage stories from the Ensign that every newlywed should hear, and every married couple should remember! It has been retold in countless lessons and talks. This story by Lola B. My husband and I had been married about two years—just long enough for me to realize that he was a normal man rather than a knight on a white charger—when I read a magazine article recommending that married couples schedule regular talks to discuss, truthfully and candidly, the habits or mannerisms they find annoying in each other. The theory was that if the partners knew of such annoyances, they could correct them before resentful feelings developed.

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As product availability, shipping options and pricing may vary in different regions of the world, please select your default language and country of residence. This manual contains 16 lessons for the Marriage and Family Relations course. Eight lessons are on strengthening marriage, and eight are on becoming better parents. The lessons may be taught individually in other settings. They may also be used as a resource for first-Sunday Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society instruction and for youth instruction.

The law of chastity of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church states that "sexual relations are proper only between a man and a woman who are legally and lawfully wedded as husband and wife. Homosexuality-related violations of the law of chastity may result in church discipline. Members of the church who experience homosexual attractions, including those who self-identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual , may remain in good standing in the church if they abstain from sexual relations outside opposite-sex marriage. The LDS Church previously taught that homosexuality is a curable condition, [7] [8] but now states that "individuals do not choose to have such attractions. A recent article on a church website states that: "While shifts in sexuality can and do occur for some people, it is unethical to focus professional treatment on an assumption that a change in sexual orientation will or must occur. Again, the individual has the right to define the desired outcome.

It outlines the purpose and organization of the family and contains information on how to teach the gospel in the family, how to fulfill family responsibilities, how the family can be a Church unit, and how to perform priesthood ordinances and blessings. This course was developed to help spouses develop and maintain an enriching relationship with each other. This course was developed to help Church members understand the principles of effective parenting and improve parenting skills. This manual contains 16 lessons. Eight lessons are on strengthening marriage and eight are on becoming better parents. The lessons may be taught individually in other settings. They may also be used as a resource for first-Sunday Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society instruction and for youth instruction.

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