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Virtual Oases, February 24

If you’ve missed any of Kathleen Flake’s posts on the Washington Posts’ “On Faith” forum, you can read them all here.

The Worldwide Leadership Training is available to read here. Two things I liked in particular: 1) The roundtable — three women and two men — provided a wonderful visual of men and women counseling together. And a picture is worth a thousand words . . . . 2) This quote from Elder Oaks: “Homemaking is as much for fathers as it is for mothers.”

From the Tales: Primary teaching ideas

BiV: The afterlife sounds tiring . . . — and she also pulls together years of statements on Birth Control for your reading enjoyment.

Frontier Women Framed!

Kathy: Exploring the limits of Christian love. . . are there any?

From this week’s Boston Globe (front page!): Melissa Proctor

Lynnette: Does “true” necessitate “only”?

In other news:
A tragedy — for two boys — in California.


Deborah is K-12 educator who nurtures a healthy interest in reading, writing, running, ethics, mystics, and interfaith dialogue.

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