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I have a great husband. He knows that making the bed isn't my favorite thing, so he "insists" that he do it every day. Steve also knows I groan when the load of whites comes out of the dryer because that means folding dozens of small items. So, if he's home—he gets to it first. Small acts of service like that make me love and appreciate him even more.
Bed making and laundry folding help ease daily burdens, but they don't make life's challenges and trials go away. Marriages are never problem-free and take lots of work. This Sunday on "Mormon Times TV," you'll hear from psychologist Wendy Ulrich. She'll show us how couples can find greater happiness, avoid the pitfalls and stay committed in their relationships. A great resolution for the new year.
"Dayton's Legs" is one of the awesome Mormon Messages released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—the story of a teenage boy from Arizona who completed a triathlon with help from his able-bodied friend, Spencer. Now, a professional triathlete from Utah recently hooked up with Dayton to achieve another remarkable feat. You'll see how they both became "ironmen."
You'll also find out how some motivating words from Elder Jeffrey R. Holland were a springboard in helping a talented Virginia man launch himself into the music industry. Nathan Pacheco's dream started at BYU and, now, he's working with Yanni and Disney. It's an inspiring story.
We'll introduce you to an amazing group of widows who use much more than yarn to make "Hearts Knit Together" a force for good in the community.
And you'll see how many sacrifices had to be made so that the King James Bible could change the world the past 400-years. "Fires of Faith" producer/director Lee Groberg shows us how martyrs helped get the sacred book into the hands of the common man.