Manti Te’o: Walks Through Gethsemane
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by LDS Living
5d ago
Manti Te’o was on top of the world when it came to football. In his senior season at Notre Dame, he was a Heisman trophy finalist who led the Fighting Irish to the national championship game. But off the football field, Manti was involved in an online relationship with someone he’d never met. It is now known as a famous catfishing scandal but at the time, Manti Te’o was just a college athlete who was trying to navigate a horrific experience in the public eye. On today’s episode, Manti discusses what he learned from the experience about the Savior’s love for us. 2:22- Testimony 5:32- Faith, Fam ..read more
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Lizzy Jensen: A Revolution of Answering God’s Call
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by LDS Living
1w ago
Lizzy Jensen is a believer that God has a work for each of us to do, that faith is the most magical thing on the planet, that Christ can help us create all of the wonderful things that we desire to make in our lives. And all we have to do to see God work through us in our lives? Show up. Answer the call. On this week’s episode, we talk with Lizzy about how she believes that as each of us answer these calls and act in faith, we will witness and be a part of a revolution of faith. 1:34- Nature vs. Nurture 3:52- “You’ve Got The Wrong Person” 8:50- Comfort Zones 11:54- Talking Openly About Faith 1 ..read more
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Ridge and Brittany Alkonis: A Long Road Home
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by LDS Living
2w ago
On May 29, 2021, US Navy Lt. Ridge Alkonis took his wife and children to hike a portion of Mount Fuji, a famous mountain where he were stationed in Japan. On their way home, they planned to stop at an ice cream shop Ridge had visited during his time serving in Japan as a missionary years earlier. Ridge was mid-conversation with his 7-year-old daughter when he suddenly lost consciousness and consequently lost control of the car he was driving, resulting in the deaths of two people. Ridge was sentenced to three years in prison. His wife and family were determined to bring him home. This is their ..read more
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Morgan Choi: God Is Everywhere
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by LDS Living
3w ago
Morgan Choi and her husband have lived in four very different countries during their young marriage. They have also experienced very difficult things in lands far from home but what they have found is that God is everywhere and when we seek to feel His love, we will always find it. On this week’s episode, Morgan shares her witness that prayers are heard and answered all around the world. “Being curious is such a positive thing, you’re asking questions about someone, you’re wanting to get to know them more and understand them and it can lead to friendship and growth. Being judgmental is just ha ..read more
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Benjamin Bikman: The Heart of the Word of Wisdom
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by LDS Living
1M ago
Dr. Benjamin Bikman’s book has 4.8 stars on Amazon and 3,445 reviews. The researcher of metabolic health and BYU professor has developed a loyal fanbase by sharing evidence that shows that many major diseases have a common root—one that is easily fixed by conscious lifestyle changes. He calls his desire to share these things and their impact a crusade and on this week’s episode, he shares why, as a Latter-day Saints, that crusade is fueled by a firm belief in the Word of Wisdom. “Maybe the deepest level of the Word of Wisdom is the sentiment of learning to control the power that we have within ..read more
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Adassa: Seeking God’s Will
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by LDS Living
1M ago
Celebrated as the voice of Dolores Madrigal in Disney’s Encanto, a character with a remarkable gift of enhanced hearing, Adassa shares her experiences with a different kind of listening – the art of tuning into the still, small voice of the Spirit. In this week's episode, join us as Adassa, a devoted Latter-day Saint, opens up about her journey in seeking God's will. “He can see us. He’s not trying to change us. He’s trying to magnify who we already are.” —Adassa 1:17- A True Story 3:27- Religious Roots and New Beginnings 6:50- Motherhood 12:59- Your Personal Conversion Story 17:08-  The ..read more
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Tony Martin: Country Songs Written By a Seminary Teacher
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by LDS Living
1M ago
Tony Martin, a Nashville songwriter who has written 16 #1 country music hits, is a believer as a songwriter that anything you’re immersed in will show up in your writing. So, when you know that Martin has been called to be a seminary teacher three times and has taught Sunday School, it comes as no surprise that religious themes have, at times, snuck into the country songs he writes for a living. But on this week’s episode, Martin talks about writing deliberately spiritual songs for the first time. 2:55- ‘Just What My Dad Did’  6:37- A Songwriter’s Process 12:40- Writing From Experience an ..read more
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Brigitte Madrian: 2024—An Opportunity for a Transformational Year
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by LDS Living
2M ago
BYU Marriott School Dean, Brigitte Madrian, has loved learning her entire life. In fact, she was in the 8th grade when she decided she wanted to get a PhD. Since then, she has worked at some of the most prestigious institutions of learning in the country. Still, she recognizes that this love for learning at such a young age is unique and knowing what you want to do with your life in the 8th grade? Even more rare. Perhaps that is why she is so passionate about helping others discover their own thirst for knowledge. 2:44- An 8th Grader’s Dream 6:47- Using Research To Serve 12:04- 1989 BYU Commen ..read more
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Greg Olsen: Painting the Spirit of Christmas
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by LDS Living
3M ago
There is a man whose love inspires people during this time of year. Some might say it’s a man with a white beard who delivers Christmas presents to children around the world on a sleigh pulled by reindeer. But renowned Latter-day Saint painter Greg Olsen believes it is actually the Savior of the world who inspires Santa Claus himself. On this week’s episode, we talk with the artist about how he began painting in the first place but then why he chose to paint Santa Claus in addition to his many well-known paintings of Jesus Christ.  “Done in the right way, seen from the right perspective ..read more
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Truman Brothers: After Your Faith Comes the Witness
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by LDS Living
3M ago
Chad Truman recalls a specific moment on his mission where he had questions—not a faith crisis, just questions. He remembers hearing the words: “After your faith comes the witness.” Truman Brothers now sing songs of faith—songs that make a deliberate effort to represent a real faith journey. On this week’s episode, we discuss music’s ability to testify of Christ while acknowledging that our testimonies rarely grow linearly. Show Notes 2:00- Sons of Dan Truman of Diamond Rio 6:51- Motivation 9:00- Uplifting Without Being Cheesy 12:09- The Power of Music 17:25- Husbands and Fathers 24:18- Atonem ..read more
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