Anita, an immigrant to the U.S., lives in New York and works as a journalist. This Mormon girl loves spending time with her mother, who is her best friend. The LDS Church teaches that family relationships are important and eternal. It is exciting to see women strengthen families and uplift the community around them. Anita had a challenging childhood, because she grew up without her father. Fortunately, she knows that Jesus Christ suffered for all of us in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the cross. Peace is found by applying His atonement in our lives. It is wonderful to see people take advantage of the blessings He’s already paid for. 
Lori, a Mormon Flight Nurse, flies in a helicopter to respond and save lives. She knows that the Atonement of Jesus Christ is real and has faith in God’s plan of salvation. It is wonderful to see the faith of someone who often sees death and tragedy. Although Lori works full-time, this Mormon woman is focused on quality time with her children. It is important for families to spend time together and Lori’s family has “Family Nights.” Modern prophets have counseled families to hold weekly “Family Home Evenings” (usually comprised of a short lesson and/or activity). Researchers know that families that play together… stay together. Lori’s family enjoys “games, popcorn, fire in the fire pit…anything together”  even playing baseball by smashing apricots.
Kristy, a Mormon mother, is a professional actor  who lives in New York. She enjoys culture, arts, crocheting, and encouraging her children to develop their own musical talents. This Mormon woman also exemplifies Christ-like forgiveness. When she was younger, her parents divorced, and she was adopted by her step-father. She had been hurt many times, such as when her father didn’t visit as promised or bought her a cat that she was allergic to. However, she found happiness, peace, and forgiveness because of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is amazing to see her perspective changed from ending relationships if they get “really really hard” to focusing upon her important role as a mother and wife. Modern prophets teach families that relationships are eternal and important. 
Article by Rebecca
Keith L. Brown
Keith L. Brown is a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having been born and raised Baptist. He was studying to be a Baptist minister at the time of his conversion to the LDS faith. He was baptized on 10 March 1998 in Reykjavik, Iceland while serving on active duty in the United States Navy in Keflavic, Iceland. He currently serves as the First Assistant to the High Priest Group for the Annapolis, Maryland Ward. He is a 30-year honorably retired United States Navy Veteran.