We need not worry if we can’t simultaneously do all of the things that the Lord has counseled us to do. He has spoken of a time and a season for all things. In response to our sincere prayers for guidance, He will direct us in what should be emphasized at each phase of our life. We can learn, grow, and become like Him one consistent step at a time. - Richard G. Scott
I found this on Pinterest when I typed in domestic violence. I plan to use this as a visual aid in my third speech. I didn't put this in the visual aids because this is more than just a visual aid. Because people who have experience something traumatic normally bottle everything up as opposed to talking about the experience. Survivors of domestic violence should share their story when they are ready of course so it will motivate and inspire others to escape their violent relationships.
The righteous lives of the converted, covenant-keeping women of the lds.org Church “stand out in a deteriorating world.” Here are nine simple truths http://lds.org/ensign/resources/nine-simple-truths some of our women leaders taught during #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 about becoming better disciples of Jesus Christ http://facebook.com/173301249409767. How will you use their words to guide your journey of discipleship?