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January 18, 2018

Accessing the Gift of the Holy Ghost

We call him The Comforter. And in pondering this wonderful aspect of the Holy Ghost, it seems the perfect title.

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Every Time I Sing His Praise: And the Songs I Cannot Sing

Though I have felt comfort from the hymns many times through the decades of my life, I once experienced that comfort to an unusual degree after receiving difficult news—the kind of news that shakes your world and leaves you uncertain about the future.

Stopping Conflicts Before They Start

Why do so many parents not see that pre-planning is also required for good relationships? To keep things simple, predictable and comfortable for all the people in a relationship, a wise person plans ahead. Here's how.

Get to Know President Russell M. Nelson, a Renaissance Man

In the fall of 1965, Russell M. Nelson—a surgeon and Salt Lake City stake president—made several trips to Illinois to look into an attractive and generous offer to head cardiovascular and thoracic surgery at the University of Chicago. He and his wife, Dantzel, selected a neighborhood where they could raise their nine daughters (the Nelson’s 10th child, a son, was born later) and contemplated the professional and research opportunities the job would afford.

Breaking News

Every Time I Sing His Praise: And the Songs I Cannot Sing

Though I have felt comfort from the hymns many times through the decades of my life, I once experienced that comfort to an unusual degree after receiving difficult news—the kind of news that shakes your world and leaves you uncertain about the future.

Stopping Conflicts Before They Start

Why do so many parents not see that pre-planning is also required for good relationships? To keep things simple, predictable and comfortable for all the people in a relationship, a wise person plans ahead. Here's how.

Get to Know President Russell M. Nelson, a Renaissance Man

In the fall of 1965, Russell M. Nelson—a surgeon and Salt Lake City stake president—made several trips to Illinois to look into an attractive and generous offer to head cardiovascular and thoracic surgery at the University of Chicago. He and his wife, Dantzel, selected a neighborhood where they could raise their nine daughters (the Nelson’s 10th child, a son, was born later) and contemplated the professional and research opportunities the job would afford.

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