Teens: Be a Missionary Now

Teens: Be a Missionary Now

It is a well-known story among members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, nicknamed the Mormons. Ammon and his brothers were the sons of a Nephite King. The Nephites were God’s people who lived in the Americas starting 600 years before Christ was...
What Matters Most

What Matters Most

If I had to think today about what matters most to the Lord about our time here on earth, three things come to mind. 1. The relationship we develop with our Savior 2. The relationship we develop with our family 3. The relationship we develop with our fellow man...
Reaching Inward to Reach Outward

Reaching Inward to Reach Outward

I talked yesterday about the need for preparation of our hearts and minds for service experiences. Elder Henry B. Eyring said: “You are called to represent the Savior. Your voice to testify becomes the same as His voice, your hands to lift the same as His hands.”...

The Daffodil Principle

Most of you have probably heard of the Daffodil Principle. Originally written by Jaroldeen Asplund Edwards, it’s been around for more than ten years as a source of inspiration for those who want to make something beautiful of their lives. If you know anything about...

Happiness through Service

Recently, I’ve written a great deal about the importance in keeping the commandments of God in our search for happiness. It is of such import to our eternal progression, that I am moved to write on the subject once more. Keeping the commandments, which include the Ten...
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