The latest album by the celebrated Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square hit #1 in two categories on the Billboard Top 100 Charts this week.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
Historical novelist, Jerry Borrowman, plunges into a new genre and the distant future and his first science fiction novel.
Written by Jennie Hansen,
Do you know- and do your children know—about the power of this ordinance?
Written by Joni Hilton,
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.
Written by Warren Aston,
“Nicholeen, my children all seem to have a lack of confidence. They don't like to try new things, and are getting more and more lazy because of it. What can I do to help them build confidence?”
Written by Nicholeen Peck,
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.
Written by Larry Barkdull,
The answer to feeling better usually doesn’t lie in hanging out in sweatpants and sweatshirts and waiting for our delivery of bread to come.
Written by Susan Elzey,
Survival skills are not just for an end of the world scenario but for use when stranded or lost or because your car has failed you. They will help you survive and thrive in the aftermath of an earthquake, hurricane, tornado or many other natural disasters
Written by Carolyn Nicolaysen,
So, after the terrible experience I had with my relative staying for a whole day harassing me to become a salesman for Multiplicitus, a multilevel company, you may wonder why I would even consider signing up.
Written by Daris Howard,
The bond between children and their grandparents is a special one and award winning author Fay A. Klinger has written an endearing story reinforcing the importance of this relationship.
Written by Michele Ashman Bell,
Crepes are a popular treat the world over. They can come in sweet and savory styles. We share a few of our favorite, and easy to make recipes, from Russia to Idaho Falls.
Written by Dennis Weaver,
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.
Written by Warren Aston,
It’s easy to keep to yourself, mind your own business, go on living your life and take no concern for what the neighbors think, unless the neighbors are the ones you want to know about the gospel.
Written by JeaNette Goates Smith,
This is an excerpt taken from B. H. Roberts' “The Life of John Taylor,” which discusses John Taylor’s teaching on the Priesthood as President of the Church and presents a revelation on the subject received Oct. 13, 1882
Written by Tom Nystevold,
"A drop or two of this in the back of the throat and that cold is as good as gone,” my oils guru assured me after scanning her guide. I wanted to like essential oils so much. I really did.
Written by Margaret Anderson ,
You’ll marvel over what happens next.
Written by Arie Van De Graaff,
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.
Written by Breck England,
"EDI's" are proliferating and you will almost certainly become a victim. 9 out of 10 people report that their loved ones stop paying attention to them because the attention is instead on some electronic device.
Written by Ron McMillan,
This remarkable journey began in a refugee camp in Burma and led to a mission in Minnesota.
Written by Mark Albright,
If the Savior came to your house, would you welcome Him in? Here’s how to find out what your clutter is telling you and a beautiful guide to create a celestial home.
Written by Carolyn Allen,