Does the Lord ever fashion events in and around our lives to make us humble and teachable? How do we usually respond to such divine tutoring?
Written by Ted Gibbons,
Teaching doctrine changes behavior better than teaching behavior changes behavior. I’ve long believed that freedom has doctrines just like a religion.
Written by Paul Mero,
“What do I do about my child? She will not leave my side. Am I spoiling her? I know I should love her attention and affection, but she is smothering me.
Written by Nicholeen Peck,
The first crop of younger missionaries are just starting to return—are you ready?
Written by Joni Hilton,
I have been on the road for thirty-plus years and have never lost a pound while traveling. My biggest worry whether I am on a business trip or a vacation is how much weight I will gain.
Written by Dian Thomas,
Instead of the balls, season, manners, and emphasis on clothing generally paramount in a Regency novel, Becoming Lady Lockwood takes place primarily aboard a British war ship during the Napoleonic Wars.
Written by Jennie Hansen,
Many people have questions about the origins of the Book of Abraham. It is an interesting, yet complex subject.
Written by Kerry Muhlestein,
“No greater work has the Lord God of heaven ever undertaken than to save the souls of his children. It is the grandest, the greatest undertaking that ever has been inaugurated”-- Elder Rulon S. Wells
Written by Larry Barkdull,
Grilling is a great way to cook meals for your family and friends, and the following recipes are to help you make every person a happy one.
Written by Dennis Weaver,
Our day is the only time in history when so many people have the option of replacing grains with foods that the Lord did not ordain as the staff of life. This is the day when we most need this wisdom.
Written by Jane Birch,
The Ogden Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will open for free public tours beginning Friday, 1 August, through Saturday, 6 September 2014.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
Interesting results can occur when people from one walk of life crosses the boundary into the other. Now and then I watch as someone experiences what it is like crossing those boundaries.
Written by Daris Howard,
In mortality, it is common for terrible tragedies to occur side-by-side with wonderful joys. Sorrow next to happiness. Torment alongside purpose. How do we explain that conundrum?
Written by Wallace Goddard,
For whatever reason, call it faith, naiveté, clinical psychosis, I decided after having a boy and a girl and a boy, to have another boy, another girl, then another boy all over again.
Written by Margaret Anderson ,
Cross’s spiritual role at Ground Zero has historical significance.
Written by The Becket Fund,
Why not engage in a deep, passionate relationship with the boy that is only in town until he returns to school, why not enjoy, for a moment, a relationship that is totally impractical?
Written by JeaNette Goates Smith,
This “Getting It Right” includes a Deseret News article that gives context to a recent Pew Research Center study, as well as a story from The Journal in Ireland about local Latter-day Saints.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
The books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes provide an intriguing variation in our Old Testament study.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
If someone claims the human mind is the greatest power in the universe, ask him to create a blade of grass.
Written by Gary C. Lawrence,
The most powerful lesson I learned as I studied my way back into the Church was that my initial approach to the scriptures and prophets was not only naïve but is not the official position of the Church.
Written by Michael R. Ash,
Meridian Cares Alert: Largest Fire in Washington State History: Immediate Needs from Meridian Readers