Tags
    God Is in the Details, Even (Especially) When They Change
    Jennie TaylorMay 23, 2019
    Having her husband killed in action while serving in the United States Army was not part of the prayerful plan that Jennie Taylor had prepared for her life together with her husband. Neither was raising their seven children on her own. But she understands that God is in the details of her life and has a plan better than her own, so she chooses to trust the changes.

    Motherhood: A Sacred Weight
    Celeste DavisApril 26, 2019
    When I treat myself as Christ would—with kindness, forgiveness, and understanding—I’m a more grateful and confident mother.

    It’s About How Much You Love
    RM JenningsApril 26, 2019
    I loved checking things off my to-do list—until I had kids and it became overwhelming. How could I feel less guilt and greater love for myself and my family, and for God?

    April 2019 General Conference: President Nelson Focuses on Faith, Repentance, and Covenants
    Blog StaffApril 7, 2019
    During the April 2019 general conference, President Nelson encouraged us to strive to do better each day, pray for greater faith in God, and stay on or return to the covenant path.

    President Nelson Invites Men to “Do Better and Be Better”
    Blog StaffApril 6, 2019
    Read invitations and counsel to men of the Church from the First Presidency given during the general priesthood session of the April 2019 general conference. 

    Losing Laurel, Finding Myself
    Vayle IsomMarch 1, 2019
    When my daughter, Laurel, died, I went into survival mode and lost my ability to read, but a prophet’s promise helped me find the strength to try again.

    Who Do I Choose—God or My Husband?
    Chelsea HomerJuly 25, 2018
    I never thought I’d be in a mixed-faith marriage. We hadn’t even celebrated our first wedding anniversary before my husband told me he no longer identified with most of the teachings of the Church. I was hurt and confused. We both were. Rather than focusing on this new exciting thing to be married, we were trying to compromise on theology, lifestyle, and what felt like our entire future.

    A Real Father
    Derek WestraJune 12, 2018
    What makes a dad a real dad? It’s not just making corny jokes, telling embarrassing stories, or even sharing the same DNA. It’s being an example. It’s teaching your children who they are and whose they are.

    We Are Family: Ministering to Our Sisters and Brothers
    Jean B. BinghamApril 27, 2018
    Whatever our age, our situation, or our need, I hope that each of us can experience ministering and being ministered to as the Savior would. Here are three ideas to help us know how.

    Extending the Easter Season
    Lani HiltonApril 10, 2018
    Earthly experiences with the resurrected Lord were not limited to one day, so our celebrations and teachings need not be limited to one day. What great news! Here are some suggestions for how we can celebrate the Savior’s Resurrection the seven Sundays following Easter and beyond.