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The Importance of Revaluing the Family By Richard and Linda Eyre

We believe that turning our hearts toward our families and re-enshrining family as the crux of our culture is the only alternative to society’s demise. Although this may sound extreme, it is not. Let me explain.

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By BYU Media Relations
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By Sutherland Institute
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