10 Day Social Media Fast: Day 6

Today was the first day of the Montgomery Stake Conference. My husband sat in leadership meetings this afternoon and then I joined him for the evening session that is open to all adults 18 years and older.

Below are links to my additional research as I ponder over tonight’s discussions and how true principles apply anywhere and everywhere.

Ministering and Finding Common Ground.

Divine truth is absolute reality.

The Power of Teaching Doctrine – by Henry B. Eyring, quote:

The word of God is the doctrine taught by Jesus Christ and by His prophets. Alma knew that words of doctrine had great power. They can open the minds of people to see spiritual things not visible to the natural eye. And they can open the heart to feelings of the love of God and a love for truth.

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Dana’s last day at The Blaze

Having missed the announcement Monday, it came as a surprise that Dana Loesch is not renewing her contract with The Blaze. It was wonderful to see Glenn Beck show up for her last few moments on her last show today, and witness their tender exchange.

How totally rockin’ it was to see her as Darth Vaderess: 

Watch: A fond farewell to Dana Loesch from all of us at The Blaze

What a great team of people Glenn has put together and how lovely to see him let people go, with joy – though bittersweet, so they can spread their wings. Today’s show was a testament to the tenderness of hearts and cameraderie at The Blaze

Best wishes, Dana! Look forward to your January revelation of plans for 2018. Until then, God Bless you and yours! Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas.

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Beck is back with #TheChalkboard

GlennBeck is back with his best ever blackboards, loving refered to as #TheChalkboard. And it could not have been revived at a better time in history. 

Enjoy! And remember, there is nothing as great as having TheBlaze.com On Demand! 

Timeline: Here’s what we know about Fusion GPS and the Trump dossier

Timeline: What you need to know about Uranium One

 

Watch: Here’s what you should know about the Declaration of Independence

 

 

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