It took me several years to realize I had the most important and effective "instruction book" at my disposal.
You’ve probably heard people say that the Book of Mormon was written for our day. It’s a true statement. Prophets have declared it.1 The book itself says it.2 But what makes this book so well suited for this particular time in history?
What can we teach our sons and daughters to help them have the courage to choose modesty in a world that would mock them for their virtuous choices?
A true story showing the love of an adoptive father to his children. What a remarkable way he explained the "amazing adoption club" to his children. I truly admire both the adoptive parents and parents who have had to give their children up for adoption. It takes much strength, courage, and love and I think they are wonderful.
Our spirits long for us to remember the truth about who we are, because the way we see ourselves, our sense of identity, affects everything we do.
Jesus Christ said that "Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God" (John 3:5). But what about those who died without being baptized, or were baptized without proper priesthood authority?
Prayer reminds us that we are children of a loving Heavenly Father who grants us personal access to Him and His eternal realities.
With the many unique challenges we face today, it is comforting to know that our Father in Heaven never intended for us to go through them alone.