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?
Amid the seemingly inexplicable events and doctrines of Christianity, the power of personal encounters with the divine emerges as a key to authentic belief. Sharing these experiences bridges generations.
A discussion with a Faith Matters founder and executive director about their ongoing work and plans, highlighting the need to connect with today’s youth without compromising core teachings.
How did Dr. King’s nonviolent approach shape America’s racial discourse? Through scripture and history, King’s “Dream” speech masterfully balanced moral integrity with a call for change.
We like to identify with the hero, but in the Gospels, this can blind us to our flaws. Perhaps we could identify with those Jesus corrected, instead.
Why is General Conference the way it is? Maybe because “the inner change that makes the outer Zion possible depends, first and finally, on our ability to accept and to apply the simple, basic principles of the gospel.”
Part III in a rejoinder to “All Things New: Rethinking Sin, Salvation, and Everything in Between,” by Terryl and Fiona Givens.