March 2017 Family Home Evening Ideas Armed with Righteousness Henry B. EyringArmed with RighteousnessPresident Eyring teaches how we can arm ourselves with righteousness in battling the wickedness of today’s world. Madison ThompsonI Had Already Decided Put on Your Armor The Enabling Power of Jesus Christ and His AtonementThis month’s visiting teaching message discusses how we can overcome weaknesses through humbling ourselves and relying upon the Savior and His Atonement. October 2016 Conference Notebook October 2016 Conference Notebook Russell M. NelsonJoy Is Key to Our Spiritual Survival Dieter F. UchtdorfTwo Things That Faith Cannot Do Turning Points David DicksonNot According to Plan Jeffrey A. HainesMy Regrets, Her ForgivenessA man looks back on his marriage to his wife, who is dying of cancer, and can’t recall any regrets. He realizes that it’s because his wife was so forgiving. Douglas D. HolmesThe Power of Teaching Doctrine Faith S. WatsonHow Could I Magnify My Calling? Young Adults Von G. KeetchBe an Example of the BelieversElder Keetch explains how we can defend the doctrine of the gospel while showing kindness, respect, and love. McKenna JohnsonTaste the World in South Africa Jason S. CarrollDelaying Marriage: The Trends and the Consequences Quentin L. CookThe Gospel and the Good LifeElder Cooks gives an example of the choices of two different men and how the simple choices of family and the gospel made all the difference in their lives. An Outpouring of the SpiritIn an interview with the Relief Society Presidency, they share their insights and testimonies with the sisters of the Church. Walter F. GonzálezStill in Force Today Lyle J. BurrupAnxiety and Anxiety Disorders Rafael AntillonBlessed by My Faithful Sister Lani HiltonHelping Children Delight in the Sabbath Gender Matters Teaching the Proclamation to Children Pam Mueller, as told to Emma YoungTwelfth-Birthday Tradition Brings Peace and Family Closeness Markus Tilgner: Saxony Anhalt, Germany Latter-day Saint Voices Heike BaakeVisiting Teaching, Family History, and Mothers Enilze do Rocio Ferreira da SilvaMy Visiting Teachers Found Me Jenner PorterThe Stranger’s Smile Raquel Elizabeth Pedraza de BrosioHelping Mirta Return David O. McKayA Lesson from DandyPresident McKay tells of a horse who didn’t like being restrained and ended up eating poison because of it. He compares this to today’s youth who, without restraint, may end up in unfortunate situations.