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Where the Red Fern Grows
A young boy embarks on a heartwarming adventure through the Ozarks during the Great Depression in search of his own hunting dogs. He faces overwhelming challenges and tragedies, but ultimately triumphs with the help of his two dogs Big Dan and Little Ann and learns the true meaning of friendship, loyalty, and integrity.
See the good in four minutes or less with this collection of short interviews, profiles, and sneak peeks exclusive to BYUtv. In these shorts, you’ll see passersby answer questions about life, meet people who have overcome great trials, and hear witty summaries of celebrated play performances.
When unexpected hard times come into one's life it can be thrown off balance. It is important to meet these times with emotional resilience. Being resilient means to be able to “spring back into shape
after being bent, stretched or compressed”. To be emotionally resilient means
to be able to spring back emotionally after experiencing difficult and
stressful times in one's life. In hard times it is easy to let emotions run
high and take over but this can lead to strained relationships, causing loss of
support in the greatest time of need.
Skills for becoming emotionally resilient can be learned but
it is best to start practicing before the need arises. Learning and practicing exercises for
stress reduction can also help to reduce the damage not only to relationships
but also to one’s physical health. This includes proper nutrition, staying fit,
and getting enough sleep. In trying times it is important to be healthy in all
areas of life.
Another part of staying emotionally strong and stress free
is building hope. Hope can dispel fear and despair. It is like a breath of fresh air when one feels choked. With it one can face the daunting task
of solving difficult problems,
knowing all is not lost.
Hope and faith go hand in hand. When these things are active in your life, it doesn't matter what trials come along. Come what may, you can face it with faith, hope and a little love thrown in for good measure.
Messages of Hope
YouTube: Mormon Messages
“Humanitarian Efforts” - Bishop Burton
“The Infinite Power Of Hope” – Dieter F. Uchtdorf
“Come What May And Love It” – Joseph B. Wirthlin
“You Are Never Alone” - Elaine S. Dalton
“Lessons I Learned As A Boy” –President Gordon B. Hinkley
“Hope Ya Know, We Had A Hard Time” – Quentin L. Cook
“What Matters Most” – President Thomas S. Monson
Finding Hope... by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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safety, fitness and exercise.
programs that focus on some of the more difficult trials we meet in life can also be viewed. Topics covered include:
Addiction, Abuse, Preventing Suicide, Dealing with Mental Illness