One of my favorite scripture stories about the Savior takes place during the Atonement when he took his disciples into the garden of Gethsemane and asked them to “Watch with me.” They couldn’t endure the suffering for Him, but they could be there with Him to offer comfort and support. How often do we want the same thing? Taylor explores the power of watching with others in this article.
Temples are houses of the Lord, and we believe they are places where we can make covenants with God and be sealed for eternity to our families. Read about my red-letter day and why the temple is so important.
Children are a blessing from God. Read this guest post about JB’s experience with her severely disabled son and how he became her greatest blessing in life and brought their family so much joy.
Do you feel imperfect? Like no matter how hard you try you can never measure up? We all do. Sometimes this feeling overwhelms us and we assume we have failed at life and there is no hope for us. At. All. Maybe we’ve done something we’re not proud of and feel…
To those who are curious, to those who have questions about what Mormons believe, I invite them as the Savior did in the New Testament, “to come and see.” Read more of this guest post from a Communications professor in Texas.
An understanding and testimony of the resurrection can give us hope and perspective as we experience the loss of loved ones in our lives. Read more about Taylor’s journey of loss and healing and the wonderful joy she discovered through the knowledge of Christ’s resurrection