The value of visiting places that can teach about a time period or a culture that an ancestor experienced.
Being a prophet doesn’t mean you get a free pass from trials. Scriptures and LDS history teach us ways to cope with our own trials by observing how prophets handled theirs.
I sometimes wonder what my place in life is. Do I stand out like the mountains, tall and strong, making a statement for all to see?
Secular education matters too, and more parents today are turning to homeschooling to give their children a more personalized education and more time as a family.
When we know we are children of God we act differently.
It’s up to you (the parties of the second marriage) whether or not the baggage from the first marriage will stay baggage, or be turned into life experience to make you both better people, and the marriage sweeter.
Post-postpartum depression is not a choice. How can you help someone battling depression of any kind?
God wrote the music for our lives. He worked out a beautiful plan of salvation and set commandments that would help us navigate it safely. When we stay within the guidelines, our lives are in perfect harmony.
In a small way, we can each experience the poise and beauty of the dance by witnessing the grace and dignity demonstrated by our parents. We are better people to have viewed their performance.
The scriptures help us realize that the greater our trials, the greater God’s mercy will be–and this can help us find joy in our trials.
We caught a glimpse of how Heavenly Father sees our trials in life. They are merely tiny specks in the eternal plan of happiness—hardly enough to weigh us down. How a hike taught teen girls about trials.
Teaching children has always been an important part of a parent’s responsibility. The Lord tells parents of the great need to teach children and “bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4).
The transition from LDS missionary to ordinary person can be hard. Learn how to use your mission to make your post-mission life great.
Sending the kids off to school doesn’t have to lead to financial arguments. Common sense can keep the cost under control.
How is a part-time Mormon missionary different from the full-time missionaries you see in your neighborhood?
Stories have the power to change our lives and are the easiest messages to recall in moments of decision.
Do we really want to give others the power to shape our children’s lives according to their opinions?
Being a child of God isn’t just an expression–it’s a life-changing realization we often under-appreciate.
There is a redemptive power in our worst feelings.
As much as my children loved the story of Cinderella, I admit that I hated it a little more each time I read it. My husband was not the custodial parent of his son, but there were problems just the same.