February 20, 2019

How a Holocaust Survivor’s Granddaughter Joined the Church

Sagit's grandparents survived the horrors of the Holocaust and came away determined to keep religion out of their family and out of their home. But as their granddaughter grew up, she began to feel the loss of spirituality in her life. And so a search began.

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Lessons from the Restoration: How the Early Saints Bore One Another’s Burdens

If we find a brother or sister in distress and do nothing, we will be subject to the judgements specified in Matthew 25. Those who ignore sufferers “shall go away into everlasting punishment”. Though most of the early members of the Church suffered their own kind of distresses, that didn't stop them from keeping their baptismal covenants and reaching out to aid one another.

Perfectionism in Latter-day Saint culture: What it really means to be “perfect”

One of the things that Jesus commands in the Sermon on the Mount is to be perfect. Perfection is a high bar to reach and can often cause followers of Christ to feel inadequate or unworthy. While many followers of Christ may feel overwhelmed and discouraged by such a commandment, maybe we don’t need to be so hard on ourselves.

Government Study Confirms What Prophets Have Been Telling Us All Along

There is a change in the wind. Yes, at workplaces, on the web, and in the media, people are talking about food storage. People from all walks of life, all economic strata and all parts of the country are now heard saying they "just have a feeling" they should be preparing - and first and foremost that they should be storing food. And now a government study gives some important reasons why.



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Lessons from the Restoration: How the Early Saints Bore One Another’s Burdens

If we find a brother or sister in distress and do nothing, we will be subject to the judgements specified in Matthew 25. Those who ignore sufferers “shall go away into everlasting punishment”. Though most of the early members of the Church suffered their own kind of distresses, that didn't stop them from keeping their baptismal covenants and reaching out to aid one another.

Perfectionism in Latter-day Saint culture: What it really means to be “perfect”

One of the things that Jesus commands in the Sermon on the Mount is to be perfect. Perfection is a high bar to reach and can often cause followers of Christ to feel inadequate or unworthy. While many followers of Christ may feel overwhelmed and discouraged by such a commandment, maybe we don’t need to be so hard on ourselves.

Government Study Confirms What Prophets Have Been Telling Us All Along

There is a change in the wind. Yes, at workplaces, on the web, and in the media, people are talking about food storage. People from all walks of life, all economic strata and all parts of the country are now heard saying they "just have a feeling" they should be preparing - and first and foremost that they should be storing food. And now a government study gives some important reasons why.

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