This Father’s Day our hearts are filled with gratitude for earthly fathers who teach their children to pray.
I sank to the ground and cried out, “Dave! What do we do?” He replied resolutely, “We planned to go to the pageant. We are going to the pageant.”
What is most important about miracles is having the patience and diligence to learn and accept what is according to God’s will.
We should live with the hope to become one of Christ’s proven jewels.
President Nelson’s forward-looking perspective encourages me to look forward past my challenges.
When general conference began, the Spirit began to speak a different story to me.
As we discussed this scripture as a family, we determined that the needs of the poor continue during these pandemic times.
We were being given “more light” in preparation for “the perfect day” of Christ’s Second Coming.
We are surrounded by women—both young and older—who are brilliant and amazing! Do we really see them?
“Whom the Lord calls, the Lord qualifies.” (President Thomas S. Monson)
Doctrine taught. Invitations to act. Promised blessings.
The ordinance of the sacrament reminds us to keep our lamps of testimony well lit.