"Family traditions become spiritual anchors?" says Kathleen B Jensen. "They are what keep life interesting." In this talk from the 1998 BYU Women's Conference, Sister Jensen discusses establishing and keeping family traditions and their power to anchor the family spiritually. Traditions can be spiritual or secular and need not require a great deal of money or creativity "Effort and desire are the main ingredients," she says. Sister Jensen shares some of her family traditions and gives ideas for creating your own. Focusing on additional ways we can strengthen ourselves spiritually, Elder Marlin K. Jensen counsels us to make time to study gospel doctrine, assuring us that it will be worth the effort. He notes some of the changes that we, as well as those around us, will observe as we apply gospel doctrine in our lives. Finally, he relates powerful examples of the rewards of teaching doctrine, which is the greatest favor we could ever do for someone and the surest anchor to all our souls.
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