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Understand Who You Really AreBy L. Edward Brown

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.

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Most Current Articles in Church

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
Because of Him Easter Message Continues

Daily images are being shared with hopeful messages that describe the many good things Jesus Christ has done to benefit mankind.

The Road to Emmaus

How is it possible that two of Jesus’ disciples––who walked by His side daily for three years––did not recognize Him when He joined them on the journey to Emmaus?

By Rynna Ollivier
The Discovery of Nephi’s Bountiful, Part 2

This is the story of how actual exploration in Arabia trumped armchair critics, revealing one of the most profound vindications of the Book of Mormon yet and shedding new light on Nephi’s account.

By Warren Aston
Priesthood Progression and Blessings (Part 3 of 4)

To unleash the power of the priesthood to obtain that great blessing we must give charitable service—the power to lift, comfort, act for and deliver damaged and hurting souls to Christ. Today we explore charitable service as it applies to one’s priesthood

By Larry Barkdull
My Testimony of the Book of Mormon Is Rational

As attacks on the Book of Mormon continue now as they did in 1830, here is why I know my testimony of the Book of Mormon is rational.

By Ashby D Boyle II, JD PhD
Viewing Total Lunar Eclipse and More Evidence against a Prophetic Omen

Are the current group of blood moons together an omen for the future of Israel?

By Ronald P. Millett
Lesson 17
“Beware Lest Thou Forget”

To reinforce and continually nurture Israel's covenantal memory, Moses employed various mnemonic methods throughout the book of Deuteronomy. These tools of remembrance are collected as a whole only within that book, literally making Deuteronomy a how-to h

By Philip Allred
The Big Questions and Little Questions of Life

All of us, at one time or another, are faced with soul-wrenching tragedy in our lives. What are some of these little questions which can become so challenging if asked in isolation of bigger and more important questions?

By L. Edward Brown