We often want our prayers answered instantly, but there is great power in learning to patiently trust the Lord.
What will you do differently because you thought of your future children? How will you treat someone else today because of how it will affect the future?
As I work on my goals this year, I will be thinking a great deal about my spiritual gifts and how those gifts can be used for good. I want the Savior to be able to use me to further His work on the earth.
One thing we do that I absolutely love is mentor meetings. Twice a year our children set goals. Many of these goals would not be identifiable as education goals, but we don’t really separate out the spiritual or life skills type of goals from typical school subjects. After we’ve set these goals we meet with each child individually every week.
Celebrate the Savior as the new year begins.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, ask advice from the expert–God.
What if all the fasting and prayer yielded a positive confirmation by the Spirit, and you find yourself living in a marriage where either party just cannot figure out how to respect the other?
Is an eight-year-old really mature enough to commit himself or herself to Jesus Christ? The students I am teaching, who will be baptized this year, are ready. Learn how Mormon parents and teachers prepare children for their special day of baptism.
Brandon’s entertaining commentary will lead you through the steps to make a wire dragon.
The first, and great commandment, to love God, must be our top priority above any other consideration.Only when He is first in our thinking can everything else take its rightful place in our lives.
Why hold the burden of hate any longer? Why not rest your weary arms and try a different way?
Don’t be afraid to reach high, dream deep, and set goals.
When you like an LDS guy, but he’s not temple-ready, what should you do?
What if, instead of New Year’s resolutions, we vowed to spend more time in the presence of the Son of God?
Daniel and Steven Rona’s website, israelrevealed.com, is a great resource for your Old Testament study.
God’s gift to us this Christmas is the same gift he gives us every Christmas, every week, every day: His Son.
While people who are not Mormon sometimes refer to Mormon Guilt, most Mormons understand that’s not what the commandments are all about.
Craft turtles and dragons with a simple glue gun.
The Holy Ghost: God the Father has awarded you, personally, a God whose purpose and desire is to tutor you in the ways of godhood.
If Christmas left you seeing too much Scrooge in yourself, turn to Jesus Christ to change.