March 21, 2019

When We Feel Forgotten By the Lord

Each of us will endure grief, disappointment, and great losses in life. But when we quickly, perhaps even at the height of emotion, decide a loving God doesn’t exist, we are compounding our sorrows.

Breaking News

Rome: Called to be Stake President When He Had No Car

Though Giovanni Dicarolo had been serving as a counselor in the mission presidency, in 1997, he was surprised and overwhelmed to be called to be the first stake president in Puglia, Italy. Yet, there was something more than a sense of inadequacy that troubled Giovanni when he first was called. He didn’t have a permanent job and things were not going well financially. How would he serve with the resources he had?

Finding Happiness as a Widow

My husband passed peacefully to the other side, just two months short of our 60th wedding anniversary and my 80th birthday. I felt happiness for him knowing he was in a better place, and the love of family and friends carried me through his funeral and burial. But on the first Sunday when I was alone, I didn’t feel emotionally strong enough to go to church and I realized I needed time to grieve alone and face my altered future.

Families of Detained Latter-day Saint Volunteers React to their Release and Return from Russia

Two Latter-day Saint volunteers detained for nearly three weeks for allegedly teaching English without a license in Novorossiysk, Russia, have left for the United States and their families are rejoicing and expressing relief.



Breaking News

Rome: Called to be Stake President When He Had No Car

Though Giovanni Dicarolo had been serving as a counselor in the mission presidency, in 1997, he was surprised and overwhelmed to be called to be the first stake president in Puglia, Italy. Yet, there was something more than a sense of inadequacy that troubled Giovanni when he first was called. He didn’t have a permanent job and things were not going well financially. How would he serve with the resources he had?

Finding Happiness as a Widow

My husband passed peacefully to the other side, just two months short of our 60th wedding anniversary and my 80th birthday. I felt happiness for him knowing he was in a better place, and the love of family and friends carried me through his funeral and burial. But on the first Sunday when I was alone, I didn’t feel emotionally strong enough to go to church and I realized I needed time to grieve alone and face my altered future.

Families of Detained Latter-day Saint Volunteers React to their Release and Return from Russia

Two Latter-day Saint volunteers detained for nearly three weeks for allegedly teaching English without a license in Novorossiysk, Russia, have left for the United States and their families are rejoicing and expressing relief.

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