People think everyday life can’t be educational–but what happens when you assign it educational terminology?
I vowed I would never become illiterate in high tech. Of course, that oath was made when the most technologically-advanced mechanisms were 8-track tapes and electric typewriters.
All that really matters is what happens between our God and us.
Drawing living things makes us very sensitive to our errors, but as we work and diligently observe, we can progress beyond our past mistakes.
Jesus said that if we love Him, we must keep the commandments. Why God’s rules matter.
We often times go through periods of trial that seem like a night of never-ending darkness, only to find our Heavenly Father had been watching over us the entire time.
Large families are fun and time consuming, but very much worth the life spent together.
A trip into the wilderness together can revitalize your marriage.
Faith trusts that God has great things in store for each of us.
Our teens made interesting and unexpected decisions about whether or not to homeschool high school and when to start college.
Imagine a classroom where the teachers mentored, rather than taught. Mormons are doing that to teach religion to their teens–and the public schools could learn from their program.
Do we just suffer in our trials and try to outlast the suffering or do we turn to the Lord and turn our prisons into prison-temples?
Music has power. It will motivate, uplift and encourage. Or it can depress, anger, and poison your mind.
Developing a skill provides a great deal of hooks for social interaction, especially for those who are introverts.
The decisions teenagers make will impact the success of their future marriages.
When you are young, love and marriage seems all about passion. I suppose if it were not for passion, many of us would not have given our spouses a second look. That’s really a shame, since there is much more to marriage than young, passionate lovemaking. I sympathize...
Elder Bednar’s instructions for sharing the gospel–how do they apply to LDS YSAs?
A mother of ten shares what she has learned about breastfeeding babies, including twins, over the years.
A number of people have said to me “You are so patient,” when referring to my relationship with my Down syndrome son. I understand why they say it, I know it is meant as a compliment, and I appreciate them offering it, but I don’t know that it lands on me the way they...
When you need motivation to do the right thing, your morning bowl of oatmeal can help.