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Rebekah Thoma (featured on the cover this month) teaches kindergarten in Wisconsin, and her love for her Savior and the children she teaches in evident. But her path to being a teacher was not always clear-cut. She needed encouragement. Read her story, Becoming a living sacrifice.

Maintaining that positive attitude isn’t always easy. This month’s “Parent conversations” gives tips on how to help your children have an optimistic outlook. Spoiler alert: The ideas work great for adults too, especially when we think about what we have to look forward to! 

A good way to remind ourselves of those gifts of salvation and eternal life is to review our Savior’s story, something we do annually in our worship services. His story is our story, The story of us.  

Julie Wietzke, managing editor

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