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The Turning: Generation X vs. Generation Y By Richard and Linda Eyre

What are the differences between the perceptions of Generation X vs. Generation Y when it comes to prioritizing the family in their lives?

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Most Current Articles in Books

The Turning: 7 Ways to Strengthen and Protect Your Family

Here are seven direct and effective approaches to strengthening, protecting, and preserving our families. These approaches have always been important, but now, in the face of all that is happening to the family, they are more crucial and more necessary th

By Richard and Linda Eyre
The Problem with a Religious Superiority Complex

From the first word I ever heard our friends sing in testimony of Jesus, I knew that they loved him as I do.

By James L. Ferrell
School is Cool

Books to help your children prosper at school.

By Holly E. Newton
Persona Non Grata: LDS International Spy Drama

What happens when an ordinary guy with a quick mind is suddenly thrust into international tensions in Crimea.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Nursery Rhymes to Make You Smile

It's about time we had some LDS nursery rhymes we can chant with our children!

By Joni Hilton
The Turning: What Can we Do about Family Breakdown?

The family is breaking down in our society, and a new book, excerpted here, tells us what we can do about it.

By Richard and Linda Eyre
Who is Winning the War on Families?

How do we turn the tide? How do we fortify families? How do we celebrate commitment? How do we popularize parenting? How do we bolster balance? How do we validate values?

By Richard and Linda Eyre
Unacceptable and Acceptable Sins

When we shun others because of their particular struggles, we begin to live a wicked lie: We are saying that our own sins are more acceptable than others’, and we are therefore implying that they need the Lord’s Atonement more than we ourselves do.

By James L. Ferrell
LDS Fiction: Utterly Absorbed in ‘Ring Around the Rosie’

The characters in this book are easy to like and there is strong growth in both Ron and Sarah as they are forced to look at their failures, come face to face with death, and discover what really matters to them.

By Jennie Hansen