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What does it mean to be "all in" the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? The answers might surprise you. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you.

All In LDS Living

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What does it mean to be "all in" the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? The answers might surprise you. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you.

    Sharley Funk: Slowly Losing a Husband to Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

    Sharley Funk: Slowly Losing a Husband to Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

    Lance Funk was just 51-years-old when he was diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Over the past few years, his wife, Sharley, has watched as her once strong, vivacious husband has all but disappeared from before her eyes and yet, for now, he is still with her physically and she is determined to cherish the time they have left together. On this week’s episode, Sharley explains why she has tried to be open and honest in documenting her family’s experience with Alzheimer’s.
    2:03- Signs and the Release of a Diagnosis
    8:05- Falling in Love with Lance
    11:29- Open and Honest
    14:13- Receiving Service
    17:11- Disappearing
    20:26- Still There
    22:45- The Honor of Caregiving
    26:00- Going to Work
    29:30- Anxiety and the Darkest Parts of Alzheimers
    32:19- Anticipatory Grief and Fatigue
    37:28- Preparing to Let Go
    42:24- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
    "I’m going to take this time...and just enjoy this and just lay my head on his shoulder and just remember what it feels like to sit next to him and to hear him breathe."
    Sharley's Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/the_moment_of_funk/

    • 44 min
    Emily Inouye Huey: The Generational Impact of Belief in Humanity

    Emily Inouye Huey: The Generational Impact of Belief in Humanity

    Emily Inouye Huey’s father was born in a prison camp during World War II. His parents were imprisoned simply for the color of their skin and suffered terrible injustices. Still, Huey’s father and other ancestors chose to move forward following the war, refusing to harbor resentment or bitterness—passing on to their children and grandchildren the hope of a much brighter future. Today, Emily is an author who wants to make sure their victory over the atrocities of war is known and that their legacy lives on.
    1:40- Family’s Experience During World War II
    3:55- Dorothea Lange
    11:28- Wat Misaka
    13:28- Why Representation Matter
    17:29- A Need To Create
    20:36- Rid of Resentment
    25:52- Belief in People
    29:07- Finding the Gospel
    33:24- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
    “The way that they survived, the way that they came out of it still able to love this country and this world, all those things to me are a victory.”
    Wat Kept Playing
    Beneath the Wide Silk Sky
    Emily discussing literature and representation: Celebrating Canyons Culture Through Picture Books and Young Adult BooksCSDtv Canyons District•42 views•1 month ago
    Dorothea Lange Photo- https://emilyhuey.com/novels/

    • 36 min
    Abe Mills and Stephen Jones: Love Thy Neighbor

    Abe Mills and Stephen Jones: Love Thy Neighbor

    The complexities surrounding conversations of racism today are numberless but the root of the solution is the two great commandments: love God and love your neighbor as yourself. On this week’s episode, we talk with Abe Mills and Stephen Jones, two black Latter-day Saints, about their experiences with racism within Church culture, the faith of those who came before them, and why they don’t hesitate to share their faith in Jesus Christ.
    The All In team is honoring Juneteenth with this special episode from our archives. We will be back with new episodes next week. (originally aired 17 June 2020)
    3:40- Who Is Your Neighbor?
    9:15- Mourn with Those That Mourn
    14:33- Personal Experiences with Racism
    30:14- The Body of Christ
    41:06- Being a Diverse Voice in the Church
    48:27- Pioneers
    56:20- Peace and Hope in Troubled Times
    1:02:16- What Does it Mean to be “All In” the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
    "Understanding what He did for us, it gives us hope, which we live in a world with a lot of people that have no hope or they’ve lost their hope—whether it’s hope in equality, hope in fairness, hope in whatever—they’ve lost their hope, but the gospel has taught us hope because we know what Jesus Christ did for us. It has taught us understanding because we know Christ was the example of understanding, and on top of that, it has taught us forgiveness, or how to forgive, in a time where forgiveness is needed greatly." -Abe Mills
    Article: Medium Op-ed from President Nelson and NAACP leaders: "Locking Arms for Racial Harmony in America."
    Video: Stephen's BYU Library Commercial "New Spice | Study like a Scholar, Scholar"
    Video: Abe’s family’s YouTube channel: "Sunshine Mafia"
    Video: Hope Works: "Answer the Call | Abe Mills"
    Video: Hope Works: "One Question That Puts Life in Perspective | Stephen Jones"
    Music: Jericho Road Music - Digital Album
    Article: Deseret News Op-ed by J. Spencer Fluhman, "Harmony won't come until we recognize Racism as the problem"

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Shane Reese: Leading a Prophetically-Directed University

    Shane Reese: Leading a Prophetically-Directed University

    Since becoming president of Brigham Young University last year, Shane Reese has often referenced a number of talks given by prophets and apostles. This is not a mistake. He has expressed determination to follow prophets, seers and revelators as he leads BYU. On this week’s episode, President Reese shares what he believes are the most pressing issues of this time and why he thinks BYU students truly have potential to change the world.
    2:31- Raised By a Single Mom
    7:28- The BYU Education That Almost Never Was
    13:47- Advice to Homesick College Freshmen
    17:33- An Unmatched Love for Statistics
    20:07- Becoming Bilingual
    24:44- Why Care About BYU?
    32:13- Faculty in the World of Academia
    38:00- Influential Talks
    42:40- A Covenant Community of Belonging
    46:52- Why the Investment in Athletics?
    52:53- Consumed with Conviction
    57:22- What Does It Mean to Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
    “If we’re not unique, if we’re not different, if we don’t provide value other than just a great educational opportunity, then I can imagine that the Church could feel like they could give students scholarships to go to any other school for about the same return.”
    President Reese’s previous talks at BYU: https://speeches.byu.edu/speakers/c-shane-reese/
    President Kimball talk referenced: https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/spencer-w-kimball/second-century-brigham-young-university/
    Elder Christofferson talk referenced: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2022/10/28christofferson?lang=eng#p14
    President Holland talk referenced: https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/jeffrey-r-holland/banishing-all-shadows/
    Andy Reid on All In: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-in/id1439975046?i=1000649868753

    • 59 min
    Rebecca Connolly: Believing in Happily Ever After

    Rebecca Connolly: Believing in Happily Ever After

    Rebecca Connolly is an author of stories but she is well aware of who the Author of the best stories is and it is in Him that she has placed her trust. From choosing to quit her job in order to write full-time to writing love stories and continuing to believe in them despite having yet to find a love story of her own, Rebecca has placed her pen firmly in the hand of God. On this week’s episode, we talk with Rebecca about discovering her own story as she tells the stories of others, some fictional but some real heroes whose stories are worth telling.
    1:53- From Hobby to Published Author
    7:25- Receiving Negative Feedback
    12:46- Jump to Full-time Writing
    17:36- Finding Little-known Heroes
    23:35- A Remarkable Discovery
    33:00- The Author of the Best Stories
    39:01- Unseen Wounds
    46:24- Temple Covenants For Every One
    52:23- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
    “Walking the path of discipleship and following in His way is going to give us blisters and it is going to tear up our sandals and it’s going to put a lot of travel dust on our feet. But the Savior is the One who washes our feet and our blisters will become calluses.”
    Hidden Yellow Stars: https://www.deseretbook.com/product/P6024759.html?utm_source=ldsliving&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=All_In&utm_id=pod240605-6024759
    Rebecca’s Titanic historical fiction: https://www.deseretbook.com/product/P5259247.html?utm_source=ldsliving&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=All_In&utm_id=pod240605-5259247
    Rebecca’s website: https://www.rebeccaconnolly.com
    Rebecca on Jason Wright’s Book Drop Mic: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rebecca-connolly-hidden-yellow-stars/id1708237456?i=1000648677447

    • 54 min
    Bonnie H. Cordon: Letting Him Direct Thy Paths

    Bonnie H. Cordon: Letting Him Direct Thy Paths

    There have been seasons when Sister Bonnie H. Cordon was a working mom and other seasons where she was able to choose to stay home. Today, she is a working grandmother who feels that the Lord has given her a miracle she didn’t know she needed in the form of an opportunity to lead Southern Virginia University. On this week’s episode, we discuss with President Cordon, the former Young Women general president, the Lord’s ability to direct us from season to season if we’ll just say yes.
    3:26- Raised on a Farm
    9:53- A Miraculous Mission Call
    17:36- The Wrong Major?
    20:15- Courage and Patience
    23:57- Decisions Surrounding Work and Motherhood
    32:20- Many Ways to Contribute
    35:01- Advice to Young Working Mother
    38:03- Advice to Stay-At-Home Mother
    41:26- Prepared for Service in the Church
    45:16- The Road to SVU
    53:42- What Does it Mean To Be All In?
    “We say ‘What is leadership? What is power?’ And it’s really influence.” -Bonnie H. Cordon
    Bonnie Cordon Announced as President of SVU: https://news.svu.edu/2023/bonnie-h-cordon-named-president-of-southern-virginia-university/
    Elder Perry Helps a Young Bonnie Cordon Feed Chickens: https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/feeding-chickens-with-elder-perry-taught-president-cordon-to-shine-her-light-so-others-may-see#:~:text=With%20a%20soaked%20leather%20shoe,Perry%2C”%20President%20Cordon%20recalled.
    “In the absence of experiences with God, one can doubt the existence of God. So, put yourself in a position to begin having experiences with Him.” -President Russell M. Nelson, “Come, Follow Me.” https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/liahona/2019/05/46nelson?lang=eng
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    • 55 min

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