Thursday, April 24 2014

email

menuClick Here

Church

When a Catholic, an Evangelical, and a Mormon Shared EasterBy Jonathan Decker

One beautiful weekend I discovered that there is hope for members of all faith to find common ground, harmony, and friendship. It was the Easter I felt nearest to the Prince of Peace. It was the weekend when an Evangelical, a Mormon, and a Catholic shared

>Read More

Most Current Articles in Church

Was Nephi’s Bountiful Populated? Does It Matter?

The careful reader discovers that Nephi paints a vivid, detailed, picture of the place named “Bountiful” and the highlights of the family’s stay there. His text contains an abundance of reasons highlighting the fact that Bountiful was uninhabited.

By Warren Aston
Unlocking the Power of the Sacrament

Do you know- and do your children know—about the power of this ordinance?

By Joni Hilton
How We Ultimately Magnify Our Priesthood Calling (Part 4 of 4)

The oath and covenant of the priesthood is called the covenant of exaltation. To achieve that high goal, one must magnify both his calling and his callings. We continue to explore additional ways to magnify one’s priesthood calling and callings.

By Larry Barkdull
Lesson 18
“Be Strong and of a Good Courage”

As we study the book of Joshua, we learn about the challenges we face in order to qualify for an inheritance in the celestial kingdom.

By Breck England
Remembering Mother in Heaven

It is time for the Saints to transcend the traditions of culture and begin to build traditions that resonate with gospel truth. Mother’s Day is at least an occasion when we can openly acknowledge all of our mothers, including the Mother of our spirits.

By Warren Aston
Second Annual Conference of the BYU New Testament Commentary Project

This commentary will be the first to combine such a breadth of scholarly expertise in the New Testament coupled with Mormon scripture. To be held at BYU-Provo, May 14, 2014.

Victim of Ethnic Cleansing in Burma Serves Mission

This remarkable journey began in a refugee camp in Burma and led to a mission in Minnesota.

By Mark Albright
Understand Who You Really Are

Much has been said about the Abrahamic Covenant but it still seems to be one of the mysteries of he kingdom to many and is so fundamental to understanding who we are.

By L. Edward Brown
Easter Reflections

The spiritual crescendo of Easter-time causes me to reflect on the lives of special people I’ve known that are now on the other side of the veil. May I share those special memories with you?

By Darla Isackson