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Top 10 Motivational Talks by Hank Smith

Hank Smith is one of most popular speakers at Our Turtle House! Audiences are mesmerized as he engages them with his happiness, hilarious humor, and motivating insights, making him one of the most sought-after speakers in the industry!

Hank is the bestselling author of many books including, Be Happy, Unconquerable, Living the Parables, and Running Down Your Dreams and is a co-host of the  FollowHim Podcast. 

His newest release, “Lost Shoes, Broken Bows, & Bad Days” is perfect for anyone who’s life just isn’t going the way they had planned. 

We’ve found some of Hank’s most popular Turtle Talks  from the Our Turtle House App that will keep your family entertained and inspired! Click on the picture below to open each episode directly in your Our Turtle House App.

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Sometimes no matter how hard you try, life just doesn’t go the way you want (or expect) it to! So what do you do when life gets you down? Join Hank Smith as he talks about different ways you can face life's most frustrating setbacks, with faith.
Parents may frustrate you sometimes, and you may even find them annoying sometimes (especially if you're a teenager.) Join Hank Smith for this hilarious new Turtle Talk where he talks about the many ways your parents are here to help you succeed in life and as a Child of God.
The Savior used parables to teach powerful gospel principles that apply just as much today as they did in his time. In ‘Pennies, Prisons, and Parables,’ Hank Smith shares two powerful parables that demonstrate Heavenly Father’s concern for us is focused more on the direction we’re heading, than the speed of our travel.
Ordinary people with ordinary challenges can experience absolutely amazing things. In this special Turtle Talk, Hank Smith talks about the many lessons we can learn from the Book of Ether and how we can still make and have incredible spiritual experiences even though we're not perfect.
Hank Smith is at it again with this entertaining journey through the Book of Mosiah! Laugh along while you learn all about what is happening, why it happened, and, most importantly, how knowing it can bless your life. It’s the first half of the Book of Mosiah like you’ve never read it before! The Marvelous Book of Mosiah: Parts 1 & 2.
We want to be “good,” but there’s still a lot we can learn from the “bad.” The “bad guys” of the Book of Mormon, that is! In this brand new Turtle Talk, Hank Smith helps expose some of the enemies of Christ and helps us laugh and learn some powerful lessons from the poor choices they made in their lives.
It’s been said that God works in mysterious ways. But how familiar are you with the mysterious and yet miraculous circumstances that brought forth the Book of Mormon? Join Hank Smith as he shares some of the Miracles that occurred during the translation of the Book of Mormon. This is Part One of a two part series. The Miracle of the Book of Mormon - Parts 1 & 2.
Trees, flowers, bushes, all once thought to be dead, within the first few days of spring, begin to blossom once again. This is the promise of the Resurrection! Hank Smith shares an amazing message about the atonement, brining the Savior and the scriptures to life in this MUST LISTEN for anyone wanting to grow closer to the Savior and gain a greater appreciation for His love and resurrection.
Who better than Hank Smith to teach us all about Israel!?! To a lot of us, Israel can feel like a big, scattered puzzle. In this Turtle Talk, Hank is going to help us find where things fit so we can really understand the history and importance of Israel.
Have you ever noticed the sacrifice and dedication it took for us to have the Bible? Hank Smith teaches us the history of how we got the Bible.

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