Proselytizing without Eternal Family mention

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NightSG
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Re: Proselytizing without Eternal Family mention

Post by NightSG » 12 Dec 2017, 13:44

nibbler wrote:
11 Dec 2017, 06:59
Meanwhile the definition of family in the real world is much more fluid.
This. My parents divorced when I was 7, dad was killed when I was 10, after a couple years of mom severely restricting his access to me. From that point, my granddad and uncle took over. While I wouldn't say they were more involved than my dad had been, they were far more directly involved in raising me than even many LDS fathers I've seen. While I certainly want to catch up with dad, I think those two deserve at least an equal place in my afterlife.

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