The Work of Restoration Didn’t End with Joseph. It Continues with You and Me
    Samuel B. HislopJanuary 31, 2020
    The work of restoration is as much ours to continue as it was Joseph’s to begin.

    Becoming What God Needs Us to Become
    Noelle Pikus-PaceJanuary 24, 2020
    Once we realize that this life is never meant to compare ourselves with others but to connect with them, our fears of perfection and judgement will fade.

    Discovering Christ’s Love in the Pit of Inadequacy
    Breanne Su’aJanuary 17, 2020
    Wouldn’t it be great to feel “entire” and “complete” enough that we want nothing? But this mortal probation is a time of wanting, of yearning to be whole and good enough to return to our Heavenly Parents someday.

    It’s Where I’m Headed, Not Where I’ve Been
    Richard MonsonJuly 12, 2019
    I took a path that diverged from the straight and narrow multiple times. Through it all, I’ve learned that the power of the Savior and His Atonement is real and that where we are headed, not where we’ve been, is what truly counts.

    The Courage to Try . . . and Try and Try and Try Again
    Karlie Brand GuymonJuly 5, 2019
    President Nelson’s Book of Mormon challenge seemed impossible, especially after multiple failed starts. But trying hard and falling short is a part of the human experience, and the courage to try again is what God asks of us. Our eventual perfection will come only through the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ, after all we can do.

    Enough, Already
    Katie BarrettApril 26, 2019
    Setting boundaries and recognizing our limits allows us the freedom and time to say “yes” to the things that matter most. Having the courage and wisdom to be truthful with yourself and your capacity will lead to greater peace and contentment, even if it feels a little uncomfortable at first.

    Perfection Is Our Potential, Not Our Present
    RM JenningsApril 26, 2019
    The ideas we sometimes have about perfection, and our need to achieve it, are very different from what Christ taught us about  perfection. Though He commanded us to “Be ye therefore perfect,” Christ doesn’t demand an impossible standard. Instead, He shows us our divine potential as children of God. 

    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?

    Chucking Your Checklist
    Irinna DanielsonJune 23, 2018
    I love checklists. But when it comes to living the gospel, it might be time to chuck that Church checklist of mine.

    For Stressed Moms: 6 Steps to Finding Better Balance
    Nicole CarpenterMay 26, 2017
    In the middle of all the motherhood monotony, I realized that even though I loved my life, I no longer loved myself in my life. I had given all of myself to my family and had forgotten who I was. Six things soon helped me put my life back into balance and ultimately helped me find me again.