In the middle of all the motherhood monotony, I realized that even though I loved my life, I no longer loved myself in my life. I had given all of myself to my family and had forgotten who I was. Six things soon helped me put my life back into balance and ultimately helped me find me again.
A variety of things make general conference great. What makes conference life changing is the ability to hear God’s messages for you through the gift of the Holy Ghost all year.
We can be more confident, happy, and content human beings if we are willing to shed our less important identities and place our divine origins at the very forefront of our self-perception.
Choose to be one of His true disciples now. Be one who truly loves Him, who truly wants to serve and lead as He did.
The tension between the Sabbath and work keeps me on my spiritual toes, vigilant to remember God’s holy day and to make time for mental rest and spiritual growth no matter the circumstance.
On a day where we have the opportunity to restart, recharge, and recommit, the love of a Father in Heaven has to be at the heart of such a gift.
In this increasingly divided world in which we live, differences will persist. But as followers of Jesus Christ, we need to love, reserve judgment, and forgive.
There’s no wrong or right way to keep a Sunday journal. But here are a few ideas to get you started.
Nobody’s perfect, but everybody can be better.
The most important priority of our family councils is facilitating open and candid conversation in order to solve each other’s problems.
How do you move past living “What if?” to live “What is” and to find joy in it?
I believe God cares about what we do with our lives. I believe He wants to help us. But what I learned through my experience is that He expects us to act. He expects us to do something about our dreams.
How can we ever hope to “always remember” when it’s so easy to forget?
I love checklists. But when it comes to living the gospel, it might be time to chuck that Church checklist of mine.