Though I’ve taken the sacrament more times than I can count, lately it’s taken on new meaning for me. It’s become anything but routine.
Our offerings on the Sabbath, especially when we’re on vacation, might look different depending on where we are in our journey to become more like God.
I have found it helpful to think of my Sabbath day worship as filling a lamp—one that needs oil to burn, like in the parable of the ten virgins. Drops of holiness—small, simple things that fuel the flame of my faith in Jesus Christ.
President Monson spoke of five critical things that will help protect us from the evil so prevalent in the world today.
For many it is a leap of faith just to go to church on Sunday. Can we understand why it is so important that members of the Church reach out to others in loving kindness?
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.
There’s no wrong or right way to keep a Sunday journal. But here are a few ideas to get you started.
In a new video series, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland explains why we need the blessings of the Sabbath day more than ever.
Try this tasty object lesson about the Sabbath next family home evening.
Eric Malizia of Utah wrote a children’s song about #HisDay. Download the music and sing along with your family!
We invited you to help remind the world what the Lord’s day is all about, and you’re doing just that.
I know what it is like to be everyone’s worst example! So why did I do it?
We are inviting you to show us how you are making the most of the Sabbath by sharing #HisDay with us. Here are examples of how members are responding.
If Sundays in your home are filled with crying, complaining, or contention, here’s an idea for an upcoming family home evening to help your family work together to make #HisDay a better day in your home.
Everyone wants to feel valued and appreciated. Give thanks with this fun Sabbath day activity.
While attending church is an important part of the Sabbath, it’s only a small part of the day.
Let me tell you about how sacrament meeting went for my family last week. Maybe we can learn something together. Or maybe this will just be therapeutic for me.
If we are willing to do what it takes to make it happen, sacrament meeting can be the most anticipated hour of our week.
It’s the most important part of the three-hour block. It’s why we go to church on Sunday. Do we make a conscious effort to make the sacrament count? Members share how they make the sacrament special.
God had a message for me, but first I had to get over my pride.
Should we use mobile devices at church? Ultimately I decided it isn’t a question of “we,” as in members collectively. It’s a question of “I.” Here are three questions that helped me evaluate my actions.
It’s a question asked by children and adults alike. What can I do on Sunday? We’ve got 3 hours in the day accounted for, but what about the other 15?
To Invite God a little closer to your family each Sabbath day, offer Him signs of your love with “Sabbath cans.”
It was just another day. And that was the problem.
I wonder if I've been overlooking one of the most important things that I can do on the Sabbath—namely, help my wife actually have a Sabbath day.
When determining appropriate activities for Sabbath day observance, make a Sabbath day plan.
Download these conversation cards to use in an upcoming family home evening.
The Sabbath is a day to set aside world pursuits and interests and focus on what matters most.
Picture yourself receiving the most important invitation of your life: a chance to spend a day with Jesus Christ. How would you prepare spiritually and physically for such a day? What blessings might you hope would come from such a visit?