March 25, 2019

Family Prayer: A Sacred Time and A Sacred Space – Findings from a National Study

We’ve all heard that familiar saying, “the family that prays together, stays together.” How does the nature and experience of family prayer create strong families? What can we learn from families of varying religious backgrounds that take the time to pray together?

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Come, Follow Me for Individuals or Families: Matt 14-15; Mark 6-7; John 5-6

This week’s lesson talks about how Jesus fed the five thousand with five loaves of bread and two fishes. Even with so little food, Jesus was able to feed so many people. With what little I have to offer, I pray that it will be enough to feed you and give you insight into this week’s lesson! The little bit that we bring to the table in our acts of service and obedience is what allows the Lord to make of us what He would have us become in the process of sharing our gifts and making sacrifices for Him.

The Cynical Nurse Who Learned to Believe in Near Death Experiences

While working as a nurse in a British hospital for twenty-one years (seventeen of them in intensive care), she became concerned about modern medical treatment of dying patients and began research that would eventually earn her a Ph.D. In the course of her studies, she became intrigued by near death experiences, beginning as a cynic but soon leaving her cynicism behind.

Seminary Program to Change Its Study Curriculum in 2020 to Align with ‘Come, Follow Me’ Approach

Beginning January 2020, seminary students will study the same book of scripture used in the Church’s Come, Follow Me study outline for the year. This means that all Church members — including those enrolled in seminary classes — will study the Book of Mormon in 2020. Historically, the seminary curriculum has been organized by the school year and has remained separate from the course of study followed by other Church members.



Breaking News

Come, Follow Me for Individuals or Families: Matt 14-15; Mark 6-7; John 5-6

This week’s lesson talks about how Jesus fed the five thousand with five loaves of bread and two fishes. Even with so little food, Jesus was able to feed so many people. With what little I have to offer, I pray that it will be enough to feed you and give you insight into this week’s lesson! The little bit that we bring to the table in our acts of service and obedience is what allows the Lord to make of us what He would have us become in the process of sharing our gifts and making sacrifices for Him.

The Cynical Nurse Who Learned to Believe in Near Death Experiences

While working as a nurse in a British hospital for twenty-one years (seventeen of them in intensive care), she became concerned about modern medical treatment of dying patients and began research that would eventually earn her a Ph.D. In the course of her studies, she became intrigued by near death experiences, beginning as a cynic but soon leaving her cynicism behind.

Seminary Program to Change Its Study Curriculum in 2020 to Align with ‘Come, Follow Me’ Approach

Beginning January 2020, seminary students will study the same book of scripture used in the Church’s Come, Follow Me study outline for the year. This means that all Church members — including those enrolled in seminary classes — will study the Book of Mormon in 2020. Historically, the seminary curriculum has been organized by the school year and has remained separate from the course of study followed by other Church members.

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