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What to do When a Friend Loses a Loved OneBy Jonathan Decker

In 2005 one of my buddies lost his mother to terminal illness. My heart broke for him. Although I wanted to be there for him, I found myself frozen into inaction, intimidated by the enormity of his loss.

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Most Current Articles in Church

The Clingy Child Cure: From Clingy To Confident

“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.

By Nicholeen Peck
Ten Tips for Parents of New RMs

The first crop of younger missionaries are just starting to return—are you ready?

By Joni Hilton
The Seed with an Astonishing Fruit

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?

By Ted Gibbons
Where Food Comes From

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.

By Daris Howard
Public Invited to Tour Newly Remodeled Ogden Utah Temple

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.

By The LDS Newsroom
God’s Greatest Work: Rescuing Wayward Souls

“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

By Larry Barkdull
How we got the Book of Abraham

Many people have questions about the origins of the Book of Abraham. It is an interesting, yet complex subject.

By Kerry Muhlestein
Lesson 31
"Happy Is the Man That Findeth Wisdom"

The books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes provide an intriguing variation in our Old Testament study.

Triumphing Over Tragedy

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?

By Wallace Goddard