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    #KeepSharingTheLDSMic

    #KeepSharingTheLDSMic

    Howdy! My name is Chidinma and I am currently in my last year of pharmacy school! I am an INFJ, an enneagram 1w2, a sister, a daughter, a friend, and a black member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. My love for the gospel, for the church, and for the people that I have met through my discipleship is unwavering and has brought so much joy to my life. I fear that sometimes as members we have

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    The Gift of Hindsight

    The Gift of Hindsight

    I grew up barely a CEO Catholic...Christmas and Easter Only. We went just to see what it was about, but the doughnuts and coffee afterward attracted us the most. When I was 10 I had a gay uncle who passed away and upon returning to school, some girls heard me telling my friends about his funeral. “Did you say your uncle was gay? He’s burning in hell. Jesus doesn’t love gays.” I didn’t know THAT much about Jesus, but between

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    Sin, the Holy Ghost, and Me.

    Sin, the Holy Ghost, and Me.

    When I was a teen I worked full-time as an international runway model. I retired from the industry shortly after I turned 18 and have been speaking to Young Women groups about finding true happiness for the last 10 years. At some point during every talk, I look into the faces of those strong little women and think, “within the next few years, these girls are going to drink, smoke, go too far with boys, get discouraged, feel hurt and

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    Tree of Life 2.0

    Tree of Life 2.0

      In Celje, Slovenia in 2006, my missionary companion and I were in charge of a lesson for family home evening. We decided on an interactive lesson on the Tree of Life as depicted in the book of 1st Nephi. We got a rope, secured one end to the wall, and taped a picture of Christ just above where the rope ended at the front of the little room we used as a chapel. The other end of the rope

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    A Love Letter to Those Who Don't Make It Into BYU

    A Love Letter to Those Who Don't Make It Into BYU

      First let me just say, I’m sorry you’re hurting. Getting denied admittance to any college hurts, but there is a special sting when that college is owned by your Church. Though your Instagram feed may be flooded by #byubound posts please know you are not alone. There are thousands of kids who are quietly hurting just like you. In 2006 I applied to BYU because that’s where all my older siblings and both of my parents went. I only

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