Just a few weeks ago at general conference, I urged you to think about three related questions: First, what would your life be like without the Book of Mormon? Second, what would you not know? And third, what would you not have?
Two Apostles have spoken of how they accepted the prophet’s invitation to read, study, and ponder the Book of Mormon each day and how doing so has blessed their lives.
Choosing faith isn't a one-time choice–it's a practice. A few principles from the scriptures have helped me in my practice of choosing to act in faith instead of taking counsel from my fears.
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.
I love checklists. But when it comes to living the gospel, it might be time to chuck that Church checklist of mine.
Here are five suggestions I’ve found helpful for making family scripture study a more enjoyable habit.
We can all benefit from honing our navigation skills. Tune your spiritual headsets to the right voice and begin taking each step with more confidence.
Like the food and water we need to stay alive, daily spiritual experiences help us come closer to God.