Isaiah was a prophet for many ages. He was first and foremost, however, a prophet for his own times.
Written by Bruce Satterfield,
The founding fathers of America devised a unique or exceptional form of government which encourages people of faith to participate in the political process while protecting us from a state instituted church.
Written by Mike Mansfield,
About seven years ago, the Rodriguez's oldest daughter, Melissa, began meeting with the missionaries and was baptized. Her mother, a devout Catholic, was not happy.
Written by Mark Albright,
Church leaders have increasingly encouraged Latter-day Saints to use technology and social media to hasten the work of salvation.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
It may be challenging as a spouse to hold back ones own talents in order to support the other. This week's question, how have you managed to support a spouse's pursuits OR how have you pursued your unique gifts together?
Written by Joanne Rich,
Response to the theatrical release of "Meet the Mormons" has significantly exceeded expectations, a Church spokesman said on Saturday.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
Elder Gus Garcia showing off his new, stylish form of street contacting in Barcelona, Spain.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
“When the real history of mankind is fully disclosed, will it feature the echoes of gunfire or the shaping sound of lullabies?"
Written by Rosemary G. Palmer,
How do you get over a past relationship with someone you love that doesn't love you back, while still having to work with and be involved in their life?
Written by Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT,
Testimonies and experiences written with power and love in the original copy of my friend's journal were now loaded with qualifiers.
Written by Ted L. Gibbons,
By writing, participants were more likely to have fewer illnesses and be less affected by trauma. Participants ultimately spent less time in the hospital, enjoyed lower blood pressure and had better liver functionality than their counterparts.
Written by Marvin Payne,
More diligent than the postal workers.
Written by Kevin Beckstrom,
There's new information coming out about how our reading processes are changing. Technology seems to be re-wiring our brains. How can returning to reading a physical book help you?
Written by Holly E. Newton,
Why does the Lord require the sacrifice of a broken heart, why would He want us to wade through sorrow?
Written by Darla Isackson,
Though you may already have a calling in the church, are there other simple things you could be doing to reach out, rescue and serve others in your ward?
Written by Joni Hilton,
For many years, I have been amazed to travel and learn more about the cultures of the world, but Peru is one of the most fascinating places that I have ever traveled.
Written by Dian Thomas,
"If you believe in fighting to improve life for poor and middle-class families, you cannot believe that trimming a hedge is less valuable than managing a hedge fund."
Written by Pamela Whitmore,
Could the “cure of the common cold-hearted world” be as simple as having weekly family night activities and laughing and loving as a family?
Written by Nicholeen Peck,
Just when I thought I couldn't take one more Regency novel, Sarah M. Eden's For Elise was released and I loved it.
Written by Jennie Hansen,
Frustrated with the Saints’ apathy towards becoming Zion people, Brigham Young said, [We] have been praying to the Lord for…years for that which we might have received in one year.”
Written by Larry Barkdull,