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December 8, 2016

Worshiping God Through Music: Handel’s Messiah

The transcendent notion of a song, of singing, of music is one of the most amazing forms of human communication. This form of communication involves language, but more dominantly the spiritual realm within the soul of man.

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Making Time for “Thank You”

This year as I struggled to find ways to make Christ the center of our celebration, I came across a story that changed my perspective on the Christmas season - the story of the ten lepers.

The Perfect Gift for Your Missionary

I call this the Fishers of Men series and I am offering five different photographs. This will be a constant reminder to your missionary of the work he or she is doing and the great work that the Master did during His mortal ministry.

Elder Christofferson Offers Prayer in U.S. Senate

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints offered the morning prayer in the United States Senate. Customarily every Senate session begins with prayer, dating back to the Senate’s beginnings in the late 1700s.

Breaking News

Making Time for “Thank You”

This year as I struggled to find ways to make Christ the center of our celebration, I came across a story that changed my perspective on the Christmas season - the story of the ten lepers.

The Perfect Gift for Your Missionary

I call this the Fishers of Men series and I am offering five different photographs. This will be a constant reminder to your missionary of the work he or she is doing and the great work that the Master did during His mortal ministry.

Elder Christofferson Offers Prayer in U.S. Senate

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints offered the morning prayer in the United States Senate. Customarily every Senate session begins with prayer, dating back to the Senate’s beginnings in the late 1700s.

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