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January 2017

Family Home Evening Ideas

First Presidency Message

Aiming at the Center
By President Dieter F. Uchtdorf Watch

Visiting Teaching Message

The Purpose of Relief Society

October 2016 Conference Notebook

October 2016 Conference Notebook

What We Believe

We Believe the Church Will Fill the Earth

Our Homes, Our Families

I Want to Live with You Forever!
By Leongina Adamés de Ubrí

Teaching in the Savior’s Way

Questioning Our Discussion Questions
By Ted Barnes
Insights from the Doctrine and Covenants about the Father and the Son By Norman W. Gardner
Gordon B. Hinckley: A Prophet of Optimism and Vision By Andrew D. Olsen
Valiant in Our Testimony of the Savior By Elder Christoffel Golden
With All Thy Getting, Get Understanding By Elder Gary E. Stevenson

Latter-day Saint Voices

Respecting Women—No Matter What Age
By Owie Osaretin Friday

Latter-day Saint Voices

Who Is Ready Now?
By Leisa Wimpee

Latter-day Saint Voices

A Scoutmaster’s Prayer
By Tony Rogerson

Latter-day Saint Voices

Adjusting My Priorities
By Jinny Davis
Prophetic Principles of Faithfulness By Elder C. Scott Grow

2017 Mutual Theme

Ask: James 1:5–6
Stephen W. OwenBonnie L. Oscarson


Poster: Ask
Five Promises of Prayer By Carlisa Cramer
Five Questions to Ask When Prayers Feel Unanswered By Margaret Willden

Mutual Theme Song

Ask of God
Words and music by Nik Day

Line upon Line

James 1:5–6
Celestial Moments By Hollie Megan Laura Hunter

Our Space

Our Space

Answers from Church Leaders

How to Share the Gospel
By Elder M. Russell Ballard

To the Point

To the Point

Church History Reading Chart

The Restoration

Answers from an Apostle

Will Heavenly Father always answer my prayers?
By Elder Dallin H. Oaks

Our Page

Our Page
The Book on the Shelf By Elder Walter F. González
Min-Jun Measures Up By Kelly Hunsaker
Don’t Forget to Pray for Erik By Julie Cornelius-Huang

Stories of Jesus

Jesus Loves Me
By Kim Webb Reid

Coloring Page

Coloring Page

Until We Meet Again

The Case for a Living Prophet
By President Hugh B. Brown (1883–1975)