On very thin pages, thick with meaning, are some almost hidden scriptures.
Written by Ted Gibbons,
The accounts of creation in Genesis, Moses, and Abraham are based on visions in which the seer lacked the vocabulary to describe what he saw and hence was obliged to record his experiences in the imprecise language available to him.
Written by John S. Lewis,
We’ve all experienced it, the “Jekyll-and-Hyde Syndrome” in which a normally decent partner, friend, or family member turns into an irrational dolt and/or grumpy monster.
Written by Jonathan Decker,
Perhaps no metaphor better describes the New and Everlasting Covenant as does the Jewish wedding. The events leading up to the wedding and the actual wedding are filled with spiritual symbolism.
Written by Larry Barkdull,
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued a statement on the status of missionaries in Venezuela.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
It felt like a soup day. We made soups for most of the day in the test kitchen—thick, creamy soups—including chicken and wild rice, bacon and cheese, and cauliflower cheddar.
Written by Dennis Weaver,
We did introductions, and then my wife asked them, “So how did you two meet?” Pamela, Jed’s wife, smiled. “It’s a long story.”
Written by Daris Howard,
Lone Survivor. Maybe you read the book. Maybe you saw the movie. But Jeff Peterson of the Tucson West Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lived the real thing.
Written by Debbi Weitzell,
How to handle bullies at church? This is a dilemma that many of us with children face, or have faced in the past.
Written by Cristie B. Gardner,
It may be said that the scriptures are a record of God's saving acts in history—those things that He has done to deliver his people down through the ages.
Written by Philip Allred,
They say that a Maasai warrior will die if he is locked up in prison. Maasai cannot cling to a sweeter past or the potential for a better future, they live only for the present. Take away his present, and you take away his life.
Written by Mariah Proctor,
We've got some real hecklers out there tonight.
Written by Arie Van De Graaff,
Researchers can find libraries that hold needed information no matter where they start their search.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
The only thing pioneers had plenty of was scarcity. That scarcity dictated what they did and how they did it.
Written by Clive Romney,
"If I may have a word. I’m sure you had your reasons for coming when you did, but may I be so blunt as to remind you, no one likes an early houseguest."
Written by Margaret Anderson ,
Online programming seeks to bring people to Christ.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
All this snow in Chicago is not slowing us down one bit!
Written by Mark Albright,
America’s current energy boom may take a new direction thanks to the discovery of a new way to turn raw natural gas into upgraded liquid alcohol fuel.
Written by BYU Media Relations,
On March 17, 2014, the Nashville Tribute Band's newest album, My Call to Serve, will join their formidable line-up of CDs. But this one is different. And you’ll have to hear it to understand why.
Written by Erin Ann McBride,
To those pressing for female ordination: Does the prophet speak for the Lord and receive continuous revelation to guide the Church or does he need your input?
Written by Maurine Proctor,