Stacie Duce

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After spending significant time helping others transition through retirement milestones by decluttering and downsizing, here are a few things I've learned and will try to implement in my own home.
One of the best surprises of the "Come, Follow Me" curriculum for youths is how interactive classroom conversations can sway from age-appropriate levity to powerful moments of testimony. LDS FAQs are great reso...
Gender, priesthood, church callings and age don't define those who can perform mighty miracles and be a great benefit to others. All it takes is faith.
While the most important work of the Relief Society occurs within homes in our communities, our Sunday meetings should also be a place where charity never faileth.
While growing up and eventually becoming a mother of five, I've recognized many things that, thankfully, my mother never taught me.
Like a team of horses, when we work together for shared goals of personal progress, we can be guided by the Savior who holds the reins and has every desire to see us succeed, work a straight path and return to ...
A self-proclaimed "first graduate" of my "Come, Follow Me" Sunday School class just returned from serving a two-year mission with gratitude for how the program helped him serve effectively.
As Ezra Taft Benson made his journey from Idaho farm boy to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Utah colleagues cheered him along and helped shape his influence. His tenure in government positions was not without cr...
While we are entering the third year of implementation of the “Come, Follow Me” online curriculum, it doesn’t mean Sundays in 2015 will be business as usual.
Here, we offer a holiday gift of hope to those parents who can only imagine coal in the stocking of their tough-to-live-with progeny.