Hundreds, if not thousands, of medical advances in the last half-century have been made possible by one woman, and most people have never heard of her.>Read More
This excerpt from the new book, "Questions of the Soul" answers the question, "How can I cheerfully accept my tribulations and suffering?"By David A. Christensen
The evidence of divine preservation in the context of war is irrefutable to those who possess spiritual sensitivities. We seek to share accounts of soldiers who perceived the Lord’s hand in preserving their lives.By Robert C. Freeman
With Mothers’ Day coming up I thought it a good time to share this book, written by a famous Mormon mother who has seen her share of struggles.By Emily Geddes
Today we’re going to focus on a single book: Women of Faith in the Latter Days, Volume Two, 1821-1845, edited by Richard E. Turley, Jr., and Brittany A. Chapman. And believe me, it’s worth a whole column to itself!By Emily Geddes
Alice Herz-Sommer was born in the city of Prague, in what is now the Czech Republic, on November 26, 1903. That means that she will be 110 years old in a little over seven months. Today we review 2 different accounts of her life.By Emily Geddes
The love a father or mother has for a child is the closest thing to divine love that most will ever know in this world.
In times of trouble or despair we often find ourselves feeling that, because something has gone wrong, everything has gone wrong.
A second excerpt from Elder Holland's new book on the Psalms reminds us that no matter what life brings to us, God is for me.
Elder Holland reflects that a large percentage of the Psalms were written to comfort the troubles of our heart.