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True education is for this life and the life to come.
What Joseph Smith Taught:
Gaining Knowledge of Eternal Truths
In knowledge there is power.
Finding Happiness in Christ
I tried to find happiness by being the best in everything. It didn’t work.
A Higher Education
Elder Paul V. Johnson, Commissioner of Church Education, answers questions from high school seminary students.
Questions and Answers
“Some of my friends are dropping out of school to get jobs. I don’t really like school either, but I know education is important. What should I do?”
High School Chemistry
Read advice about high school from those who have been there, done that.
Michelle Ramnauth of Trinidad lets everyone know her standards.
Learn of Me
Five Easy Ways to Make School Hard and Five Hard Ways to Make School Easy
Sometimes the best way is not the easy way.
Line upon Line
Walking the Extra Mile
One young man made an effort that changed the lives of his friends.
More Than One Way to Learn
Three young people take different routes to a good education.
Making the Grade
I was having fun until I realized what my parents had sacrificed.
Practically Out the Door
Get some tips for preparing for that big step into the adult world.
More Fit for the Kingdom
Education is an important way to prepare to serve the Lord.
The Extra Smile
Blessed for the Test
I had prepared for the test, but I needed something more.
Though I had studied hard, I couldn’t get it until it was too late. Or was it?
10 Steps to Finding a Great Job
Want a great job? Here are some things that can help you get one.
Not Burning the Midnight Oil
When I graduated from college, I could see how the gospel had affected my life.
Priority education; the best way to learn; true friends; testimony through a school assignment; a daily scripture goal.