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.
Prayer can fuel our daily activities and let God’s light and love more fully fill our hearts.
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.
In a new video series, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland explains why we need the blessings of the Sabbath day more than ever.
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?
Take a giant step toward God by assessing your relationship with Him.
When God feels missing from your life, set your sights on the temple and the distance will diminish.
It was just another day. And that was the problem.
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?