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Favorite General Conference Quotes | April 2017 - FREE PRINTABLES

Finally getting around to sharing all of my FAVORITE #LDSconf quotes!

General Conference is always such an anticipated time for me. Listening to the prophets and apostles speak is both inspiring and uplifting. I like to prepare myself by thinking of a question or things that are currently happening in my life that are stressing me out. So of course this time around I had our real estate adventure on the brain! Throughout all of the sessions, I felt so touched by everything I heard. The spirit is so incredible! It can tell each of us something completely unique while we're listening to the same words. I'm so grateful for that! I definitely received the inspiration that I needed.

You can watch or read any session of LDS conference on LDS.org

I hope you enjoy these printables of my favorite quotes from conference! What were your favorites? Make sure to comment them at the bottom of this post! Love you guys! 

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Favorite Women's Conference Quotes || Free Printables

I've been working on these printables of quotes from the General Women's Conference and wanted to share my favorites. I was so touched by the things these wonderful women shared during the conference. Their thoughtful words inspired me and helped me feel more gratitude for my role as a wife, mother, and daughter of God in serving those around me. I'm grateful to be a part of a church that values woman and the attributes that we carry. 

You can watch the talks here and watch the last session of conference with me live at LDS.org.

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Found My Soul || Free Printable
Found My Soul || Monthly Free Printable || A Dash of Salter || Motherhood. In raising my children, I have lost my mind but found my soul. Lisa T. Shepherd. Print Freebie
"In raising my children, I have lost my mind but found my soul."

Matthew left for a business trip last Monday until Wednesday night. While he was gone, all I could think about was how hard it was to do this mom thing every day without his comfort and support. I was constantly focusing on how I was losing my mind, and forgetting that my children were helping me find my soul. It made me realize how much I depend on that connection. He can come home from work to do absolutely nothing, but I feel an instant sense of relief and security in knowing I'm not in this parenting journey alone. 

Two days later, I took off for a girls trip in Park City. I couldn't wait to spend some time in a beautiful place with beautiful people. As we talked all the live long day, we shared details of our relationships with our husbands and children. We left them to get a break, but it was the majority of our conversation. It's too hard not to talk about motherhood when it's what fills your whole life. We talked about struggles and adversity in our roles as mothers. And about the importance of having the support of community and sisterhood with other strong women. 

We should always be there for one another. We should reach out to one another when we feel like we're losing our minds. That relationship of empathy, love and compassion will help us continue doing that most important work. To raise our children to be the good in this world. Isn't that our greatest goal as mother's? To see our children succeed and change this world for the better? That is my goal. And I know that I am not alone in reaching it.

So many angels in the form of a person have lifted me up when I feel I'm failing in the role of motherhood. It's through those angels that I know my Heavenly Father and Savior, Jesus Christ, know me personally and love me unconditionally. God sent me these children because He trusted me to nurture, love and teach them. As I've prayed in moments of defeat and desperation, the spirit witnesses to me that He knows I am doing my best. That my best is enough.

And so is yours. 

I'm grateful for that knowledge, and for all of the angels around me that make this journey a little bit easier. I hope you enjoy this free printable and have a great day! 

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Light & Truth || Free Printables

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The bishop of our ward issued a three week study challenge to all of the ward members.  It's purpose is to increase our personal conversion and testimony. We have been taking it slow, but it's been such a blessing to us. One of the resources we were asked to study was a talk given by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf called, Receiving a Testimony of Light and Truth from the October 2014 LDS General Conference

He tells us how we can receive truth and light in our lives, in addition to how we can lose it. I want to share an excerpt that I found especially profound and made me reflect on my own quest for truth and light.

"The more we incline our hearts and minds toward God, the more heavenly light distills upon our souls. And each time we willingly and earnestly seek that light, we indicate to God our readiness to receive more light. Gradually, things that before seemed hazy, dark, and remote become clear, bright, and familiar to us.
By the same token, if we remove ourselves from the light of the gospel, our own light begins to dim—not in a day or a week but gradually over time—until we look back and can’t quite understand why we had ever believed the gospel was true. Our previous knowledge might even seem foolish to us because what once was so clear has again become blurred, hazy, and distant."

I found such insight in his words. I made these prints to be a reminder to me. I hope I can continue to seek out truth and light. I'm so grateful for the light of the gospel and the happiness it brings to my life. I hope you enjoy these prints and that they will help you to remember how one step into the light will always leads to more light. 

xo, Cheree

4th of July || Free Printables

I know this is after the fact, but I made these printables before life got new house crazy. I love this country so much and I thought I'd share them with you anyway. I'm only like a week late, right? You could still enjoy a whole month with these in your home, maybe even some year round patriotism? Ha!

Regardless, I was really touched by this quote I found by Joseph Campbell and want to remember it all year long. I'll be forever indebted to all of the heroes who make this country a free and better place. I'm extremely grateful to live in a place where I am free to speak, vote, work, and practice the religion of my choice. I live a very blessed and happy life because of those freedoms. I hope you all had a wonderful 4th with those that you love. You can find the download links below the images, as usual! 

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xo
Cheree