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    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.

    Our Differences Make Us Stronger
    Jen KoffordApril 26, 2019
    My breast cancer diagnosis turned my life and parenting upside down. But I soon learned there was no “right way” to do things. And accepting where I was helped me be more present.

    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.

    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. 

    Learning to Press the Reset Button
    Liz StittFebruary 1, 2019
    In every relationship, we open ourselves up to being hurt or misused or misinformed at times. So I have developed a mental “reset” button that softens my heart and helps me look at things differently.

    Sharing Light with Just One Click
    Jessica AlbaNovember 2, 2018
    With a pounding heart, I held my breath and clicked the dreaded share button. I told the world that “I am not ashamed of the of the gospel of Christ.”

    How I Know God Keeps His Promises
    Mercy OwusuSeptember 10, 2018
    I wondered if God still remembered me. I felt lost and alone. Then I had an experience that changed me.

    To Women: “Doing Better Doesn’t Mean Doing More”
    Sharon Eubank, Reyna AburtoMay 23, 2018
    It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all we are asked to do, but doing better doesn’t always mean doing more. You don’t have to do it all, you are never done, and you can be okay with that. As we seek the Lord’s will and strive to do it, we are assured that every small effort is accepted.

    Understanding My Purpose as a Woman in the Church
    Ariel MonsonMarch 8, 2018
    What IS the role of women in the Church? If men have the priesthood, what do we have? I have wrestled with those questions. It has been an ongoing journey, but a few insights have helped illuminate my understanding.