To Strengthen Your Family
Can the Lord really watch over every one of us in our day-to-day activities? Two stories in Latter-day Saint Voices strongly reaffirm that the answer is yes. See
“The Home Teachers Who Wouldn’t Quit” or “Alone in a Foreign Country,” pages 68–70.
What do a scavenger hunt and an emergency supply kit have in common? Find out how you can bring them together in family home evening,
“I wish my children had come equipped with instruction manuals,” mothers often say. The good news is that many Church resources can help. See
Jonah got a second chance to change his life—but he didn’t want others to have the same opportunity. Are we ever guilty of not giving others a second chance? See
In response to King Hezekiah’s pleas, the Lord spared him from death. But was it a blessing? See
Who Will You Marry?
Looking for just the right person to marry? Have you thought about whether you’re the right person for someone else? See “Choosing and Being the Right Spouse,”
Being a Better Teacher
Do you think your family or your students won’t care about your personal experiences? Sharing them can make you a better teacher. Learn why and how,
Ever wondered if teenagers are really ready to learn the gospel? Gain a prophetic view into the hearts and minds of youth in the Church from President J. Reuben Clark Jr.,
A Cultural Oasis on the Frontier
In spite of hardship and privation, the Saints in Nauvoo actively sought refinement through music, art, and the theater. See
Growing through Spiritual Experiences
“Spiritual experiences confirm our testimonies and help us to endure moments of doubt and uncertainty,” writes Elder Dennis B. Neuenschwander of the Presidency of the Seventy. To learn more about the nature and purpose of spiritual experiences, see
Do You Have a Wayward Child?
It is possible to keep both sanity and hope when you struggle with a wayward child. Turn to
Home Teachers and Visiting Teachers
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Four of their five children were born with a severe disability. Terrible burdens? No, sources of joy. See “In a Quiet House,”
Tips for Beginning Organists
How did one ward train five organists? Discover on
Did You Know?
Most articles in the Ensign can easily be turned into family home evening lessons. If you need a family home evening on obedience and making the right choices, for example, turn to “Hezekiah’s Tunnel Vision,” beginning on