Tags
    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.

    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.

    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.

    How God Speaks to Me Through the Scriptures
    President Henry B. EyringFebruary 6, 2019
    Sometimes I go to the scriptures for doctrine. Sometimes I go to the scriptures for instruction. … Invariably I find new ideas and thoughts I have never had before, and I receive inspiration, instruction, and answers to my questions that benefit me personally.

    The Power of the Scriptures in Our Daily Lives
    Blog StaffOctober 25, 2018
    What effect will the power of God’s word have in your life?

    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.

    What Would Your Life Be Like without the Book of Mormon?
    President Russell M. NelsonNovember 1, 2017
    Just a few weeks ago at general conference, I urged you to think about three related questions: First, what would your life be like without the Book of Mormon? Second, what would you not know? And third, what would you not have?

    The Practice of Choosing Faith
    Ariel MonsonMay 12, 2017
    Choosing faith isn't a one-time choice–it's a practice. A few principles from the scriptures have helped me in my practice of choosing to act in faith instead of taking counsel from my fears.

    I Studied More Than 2,200 Scriptures about the Savior in Six Weeks: Here Is a Little of What I Learned
    President Russell M. NelsonFebruary 28, 2017
    Choose to be one of His true disciples now. Be one who truly loves Him, who truly wants to serve and lead as He did.

    How to Confidently Navigate the Maze of Life
    Linda ClydeOctober 23, 2015
    We can all benefit from honing our navigation skills. Tune your spiritual headsets to the right voice and begin taking each step with more confidence.