Who Do I Choose—God or My Husband?
July 25, 2018
I never thought I’d be in a mixed-faith marriage. We hadn’t even celebrated our first wedding anniversary before my husband told me he no longer identified with most of the teachings of the Church. I was hurt and confused. We both were. Rather than focusing on this new exciting thing to be married, we were trying to compromise on theology, lifestyle, and what felt like our entire future.
A Real Father
June 12, 2018
What makes a dad a real dad? It’s not just making corny jokes, telling embarrassing stories, or even sharing the same DNA. It’s being an example. It’s teaching your children who they are and whose they are.
We Are Family: Ministering to Our Sisters and Brothers
Jean B. Bingham
April 27, 2018
Whatever our age, our situation, or our need, I hope that each of us can experience ministering and being ministered to as the Savior would. Here are three ideas to help us know how.
When Your Child Chooses a Different Path
Robin Zenger Baker
April 27, 2017
When two of my daughters decided to leave the Church, I felt like somehow I had failed as a parent. In my conversations with other parents who are in similar situations, I discovered that the sentiment of failure is not uncommon. But parents don’t need to carry this burden.
Navigating Family Differences with Love and Trust
March 22, 2017
I have discovered that “Love one another as I have loved you” really means what it says: love everyone, even those among your family and friends who may make choices different than you would.
The Beginner's Guide to Family Councils
January 3, 2017
The most important priority of our family councils is facilitating open and candid conversation in order to solve each other’s problems.
What My Kids Taught Me about Loving Anybody
March 7, 2016
God loves us, even though we’re imperfect. So we too should love everyone, despite imperfections, beliefs, and choices.