Just as an athlete prepares daily for game day, when we work on our spirituality daily and give our all to the Lord, we strengthen our testimonies of Him and of the gospel.
What does it really mean to be “in the service of your fellow beings”? These young men know!
Have you ever felt like you put yourself in a corner that you can’t get out of?
If we come unto Him, everything that was broken gets fixed. That’s the great promise of the gospel.
President Russell M. Nelson has said that “faith in God engenders a love for the Sabbath; faith in the Sabbath engenders a love for God.”
As we navigate the whitewater rapids of life, stay in the boat and hold on!
When one woman helped a young refugee from the Ivory Coast, her service created a friendship that blessed them both.
When Latter-day Saints were forced to flee from Missouri, USA, in 1839, the citizens of Quincy, Illinois, offered refuge, as reflected in the writings and experiences of Elizabeth Haven Barlow.