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When a Child Has a Fracture, Why Are the Parents Presumed Guilty Until Proven Innocent?

In the end the parents got their children back, but it took two years of separation and harm inflicted to a child by the State of Pennsylvania. You can read…

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Mother’s Day and Grace, Mormon Style

As I reflected upon Mothers Day and my relationship with my mother, I saw a potential opportunity to clarify a common misunderstanding about the LDS perspectives on grace and obedience….

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How FamilySearch.org Strengthened Ties with My Mother

I’d like to thank FamilySearch.org for one of the most enjoyable times I’ve spent with my mother. While I was in Salt Lake recently, one of my priorities was to…

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Marveling at the Life of Doreen Larson, My Late Mother-in-Law

Last Monday I was in Utah for the funeral of one of the most remarkable women I know, my mother-in-law, Doreen Larson. I’ve never been able to understand mother-in-law jokes,…

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