Users' questions

What should be the Order of priorities in our family?

What should be the Order of priorities in our family?

After parents comes the rest of one’s family ( 1 Timothy 5:8 ). Following one’s extended family in the list of priorities are fellow believers. Romans 14 tells us not to judge or look down upon our brothers (v. 10) or do anything to cause a fellow Christian to “stumble” or fall spiritually.

What do you need to know about familyid?

Customizable forms, automatic data collection, and flexible reporting designed for your unique needs. Fill empty seats faster! Take your programs to the next level with direct invitations, “on demand” program sign-ups, and robust data management.

Do you think family will always be there for You?

Family should—and will—always be there for each other. Those beliefs were based on love, and I cherished them. I wanted so much to feel that connection—that unconditional love those beliefs promised. It was never there. Our lives were filled with so much fear, pain, hurt, betrayal, and lies.

How is the family central to God’s plan?

1. The family is central to God’s plan. Explain that “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” was presented by President Gordon B. Hinckley at the general Relief Society meeting in September 1995. Since that time, it has been reprinted in many languages for Church members and others throughout the world.

After parents comes the rest of one’s family ( 1 Timothy 5:8 ). Following one’s extended family in the list of priorities are fellow believers. Romans 14 tells us not to judge or look down upon our brothers (v. 10) or do anything to cause a fellow Christian to “stumble” or fall spiritually.

Customizable forms, automatic data collection, and flexible reporting designed for your unique needs. Fill empty seats faster! Take your programs to the next level with direct invitations, “on demand” program sign-ups, and robust data management.

Family should—and will—always be there for each other. Those beliefs were based on love, and I cherished them. I wanted so much to feel that connection—that unconditional love those beliefs promised. It was never there. Our lives were filled with so much fear, pain, hurt, betrayal, and lies.

1. The family is central to God’s plan. Explain that “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” was presented by President Gordon B. Hinckley at the general Relief Society meeting in September 1995. Since that time, it has been reprinted in many languages for Church members and others throughout the world.