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Parents and Children: Listening, Learning, and Loving
The home is the most important place to prepare the youth of today to lead the families and the Church of tomorrow.
When I Became Invisible
When my little sister died, my friends didn’t know what to do or say.
Your Friends Take You?
When you need help, what will your friends do for you?
From the Mission Field
Not a Single Baptism
My grandfather said he didn’t have a single baptism on his mission, but it turns out he made a convert.
40 Years of Telling Your Story
Our readers’ personal stories have always been part of the
Questions and Answers
“I feel so alone at church. How can I learn to feel included?”
Music in His Heart
When he didn’t have time for both, Will Hagen gave up baseball for the violin.
Reflect on Eternity
Making the Move
I made new friends, but something was still missing.
Allie Edgington wanted to give her younger twin sisters an exciting experience in Special Olympics.
The Secret Enemy
You can overcome this enemy. You can take control.
How I Know
The Message Tasted Good
I was hungry for some answers about life. The missionaries taught me the truth.
An Honest Tithe, a Great Blessing
I didn’t earn much, but the Lord doesn’t care about the amount, just that it is an honest tithe.
An Unexpected Answer
I was expecting a lightning bolt, but instead I heard a quiet voice.
The Gospel Is for Everyone
My experience with conversion—my own and that of others—has taught me that the Spirit can touch anybody, anywhere.
Halley Pace is loving the chance to act and sing.
Proving my honesty; winning for modesty; understanding revelation; relying on the Church.
The Extra Smile
We’ve Got Mail