Parents who feel truly at ease with the whole picture of their parenting performance are rare. Many parents wonder what we might have done or not done, or could have done better. Here are five ideas that can ease the hurts in our hearts.
Written by Darla Isackson,
A new Pew survey of Muslims around the world finds that most adherents are deeply committed to their faith and want its teachings to shape not only their personal lives but also their societies and politics.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
Loyal to a fault!
Written by Kevin Beckstrom,
Joan Trumpauer Mulholland was a college student imprisoned on death row at age 19 for her participation in the civil rights movement.
Written by Jonathan Decker,
It's spring time and the trees and flowers are in bloom. It's the most beautiful and interesting weather time of the year! Here are some great picture books that are good for all ages and that help celebrate this time of year.
Written by Holly E. Newton,
In his sweeping vision of the cosmos, Abraham learned some principles about leadership that he wrote in his record to perhaps help us, his children, in the last days.
Written by Larry Barkdull,
If truth really is truth, then the end of all truth must harmonize.
Written by Michael R. Ash,
How do you move forward in life when you have a disability? How do you move forward if that disability is cerebral palsy?
Written by Seth Adam Smith,
We’ll always have Instagram!
Written by William Fortune,
And who better to help plan the Mother's Day program than Yours Truly, a seasoned veteran of 49 Mother’s Days, 26 of them as an actual, verifiable mother.
Written by DeNae Handy,
Poaching Daisies, A Yellowstone Mystery, by Carole Thayne Warburton is a romantic suspense novel with a touch of humor that will appeal to a wide spectrum of readers.
Written by Jennie Hansen,
This is the age of technology and if I picked up and mastered every tool that comes by I would not have time to live life-- but this is one tool that helps me, and I highly recommend it.
Written by Dian Thomas,
Yeah Samake is not only on track to be elected the next president of Mali at the July 7 election, but if his bid his successful, he will be the first LDS president of a nation and will lead a country that badly needs the integrity and courage he offers.
Written by Maurine Proctor,
This study considers the Book of Mormon personal names Josh, Nahom, and Alma as test cases for the Book of Mormon as an historically authentic ancient document.
Written by Stephen D. Ricks,
“How’s your love life?” “So who are you dating?” “When you going to get married?" These long dreaded and inappropriate questions have a new friend, "So, when are you putting in your papers?"
Written by Joni Hilton,
In the back of the scrapbook I found a red banner, with a faded gold star centered on a white background. I recognized it from World War II books I had read in my youth. I was touching history.
Written by James W. Petty, AG, CG,
“What the *#&@ are you doing?” Mostly I had only heard that sort of language from men. But when I turned around, to my surprise, I found myself looking into the face of a skinny, little six-year-old girl.
Written by Daris Howard,
Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Deutsche Grammophon announce worldwide CD release. Choir to record with renowned Welsh baritone Bryn Terfel.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
Dances, conferences, devotionals, lectures, exhibits and more available at BYU during the month of May.
Written by BYU Media Relations,
Modern revelation notes that while to some it is given to know the core truth of Christ and His mission, to others is given the means to persevere in the absence of certainty.
Written by Terryl L. Givens,