The Day after Easter: Christianity All Year

The Day after Easter: Christianity All Year

For many, the entire week before and during Easter is one of spiritual power. They spend the week focusing their hearts and attention on the atonement of Jesus Christ, and they contemplate what it means to them. Then Easter comes, the baskets are opened, the eggs are found, and the Easter service ends. The pretty new dresses and fancy suits are put away…until next Easter?

Joy

Joy

What is the purpose of life? We’re here to gain a body and a family, to learn, to be tested, to develop faith, and ultimately to return to our Heavenly Father. However, the Book of Mormon also offers another interesting perspective on the purpose of our time here on earth:

When Your Problems Are Bigger Than You

When Your Problems Are Bigger Than You

One day I read an article by a college freshman who bragged about having become an atheist that year. Her reasons seemed to have more to do with wanting to rebel against her parents than with any carefully thought out reasoning, but one aspect of her article stood out to me. She said she was the highest power in the universe and she liked that idea. If she was the highest power, she didn’t have to follow anyone else’s rules or make any sacrifices she didn’t want to make.

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