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When He Stopped Believing in the July Ensign

Please read this beautiful article.  I read this with tears, joyful tears that someone somewhere is listening.  The advice is simple: her spouse stopped believing.  The answer to her prayers came as "love him!  

I hope this is the beginning of a new climate of love and acceptance for mixed belief marriages in the Church.
This is a good day for the people struggling to make it work.   


Kath said...

A beautiful change than the usual divorce at all costs that has plagued the members of the church. Families are destroyed so often. Glad to see they let this through. I am a tad shocked that they let a woman take the lead on this, without it coming as some "priesthood" ordained topic, though. I might even be impressed.

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