The General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a time for personal inspiration and reflection. What did our contributors and editors learn for themselves and their families?
Dive into “His Only Son,” a film that explores Abraham’s journey and sacrifice while examining research on the impact of religious devotion to the experience of sacrifice. Engaging and insightful for both believers and film enthusiasts.
It wasn’t just apathy or failure to perform religious ceremonies for which ancient Israel faced God’s judgments. It was also what they failed to do for each other.
So many stepping away from families, marriages, and faith attest to poignant emotional validation for their life-changing decisions. What exactly is this emotion they are feeling?
Ancient accounts of the covenant are (mis)taken by modern eyes to be legalistic and punitive—rather than the grace-filled entreaty of a God to His beloved people.
To those who are quick to assume that God’s loving support comes mostly to families without problems, I would recommend the story of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Does Christ have to be in our very midst for us to feel the joy of His presence?
A recent New York Times story on temple garments did a good job of showing many sides of a sensitive story. But there was one side they left out: What spiritual meaning do they bring to the faithful?
In demanding activities we don’t always know exactly what we’re getting into. Thank goodness.
The idea of an “equal partnership” between a man and woman in marriage is hard for Americans to understand – involving as it does not a “sameness” of proclivities or skills, but instead a profoundly interwoven union that reflects common burden-sharing.