Lesson 14: The Law of Consecration (Monday 27 March, 2017)
In February 1831, soon after the Saints began to gather in Kirtland, Ohio, the Lord revealed that they should begin to live the law of consecration. This is consistent with what the Lord has done in every dispensation where he has gathered together a group of chosen people.
Hope for When Your Family Feels Broken (Monday 27 March, 2017)
Being a parent today is tough. We could all use some help in navigating some of the complexities that are unique to our day. And often the solutions to those unique challenges are found in the “ultimate self-help book” that’s right in front of us—the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Are You Playing Your Part in the Restoration of the Church? (Monday 27 March, 2017)
It is easy to think of the Restoration as something that has already happened, but it is happening, and there is much to come. So, the question arises, what is my part in all of it?
Family of Utah Woman Injured in London Attack says they Hold No Ill Will (Monday 27 March, 2017)
The family of an injured Utah woman and her husband who was killed in the terror attack on London's Westminster Bridge say they hold no ill feelings toward the man responsible, but instead are focusing on the love and closeness within their family.
VIDEO: “I Am Moana” Music Video Features Fire Dancers from the Polynesian Cultural Center (Monday 27 March, 2017)
The Oscar-nominated Disney movie Moana has spurred scores of music videos, covers and renditions of the beautiful and catchy tunes from the film. Recently, a whole series of these was filmed at the Polynesian Cultural Center and it could not be a more perfect backdrop.
Typhoid Fever Epidemic Ravages the Smith Family (Monday 27 March, 2017)
The Smiths settle in Lebanon, New Hampshire. The older children start school. Typhoid fever epidemic rages, and all the Smith children contract the disease. Sophronia's ninety-day siege, near death, and miraculous recovery.
What You Didn’t Know About the 100 Most Important Events in Church History (Monday 27 March, 2017)
A new book from three church history professors at Brigham Young University will delve into some events in Church History you already know well, and others that you may not know at all.
Hot Pockets and Their Cousins (Monday 27 March, 2017)
My kids knew them as “hot pockets.” Miners in Michigan knew them as “pasties.” Immigrants in St. Paul know them as “piroshky.” To me, I guess they are calzones either with red sauce or white. Whatever you call them, they’re versatile, easy to make, and good.