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The Problem with a Religious Superiority Complex By James L. Ferrell

From the first word I ever heard our friends sing in testimony of Jesus, I knew that they loved him as I do.

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Unacceptable and Acceptable Sins

When we shun others because of their particular struggles, we begin to live a wicked lie: We are saying that our own sins are more acceptable than others’, and we are therefore implying that they need the Lord’s Atonement more than we ourselves do.

By James L. Ferrell
Falling to Heaven: Rules Without Heart

The Lord wishes to bless us and change us. He wants us to pray to him, for example, so that he can speak with us, but what can he do if we are just going through the motions?

By James L. Ferrell
Falling to Heaven: The Repentant Path

During a long plane ride a few years ago, I learned a great lesson about how the Lord strips us of pride, and how the resulting guilt turns to our good.

By James L. Ferrell
The Turning: Why the State of the Family Matters

"Analysts, data, and statistical packages have made little progress against these scourges (of the family). And they never will because their tools and methods are designed to describe, not explain."

By Richard and Linda Eyre
Falling to Heaven: Pride in Disguise

Sometimes we can struggle with a pride that masquerades as humility. We notice every personal violation and rather than allow the knowledge of sin to bring us repentantly to Christ, our self-concern causes us to bury our heads in despair.

By James L. Ferrell
Who Were Mary and Joseph? The Untold Story of Christmas

What were Joseph and Mary’s actual Hebrew names and what more can we learn about them?

By Jeffrey R. Chadwick
The Untold Story of the Couple from Galilee

An LDS archaelogist tells us many little-known things about Mary and Joseph.

By Jeffrey R. Chadwick
Stone Manger: The Untold Story of the First Christmas

It is just possible that you will love Christmas even more after discovering the untold story of the birth of Jesus told by an LDS archaelogist.

By Jeffrey R. Chadwick
Light in the Wilderness – Explorations in the Spiritual Life

In mortality, we have lost what we once knew, and live with a veiled consciousness, giving us a faulty sense of reality.

By M. Catherine Thomas