This letter from Mormon to Moroni urges him to be faithful unto Christ, even though their world is supremely wicked and dark. How can we find light in the midst of darkness?
Amulek takes a turn teaching the Zoramites, and he gives them the tools of repentance and prayer to help them nourish and strengthen the seed Alma has taught them to plant in their hearts. Do I use these tools?
Have you ever wondered “Why me?” when bad things happen? How do you go about receiving strength to help you through the messiness of life? This post studies Chap 15 in depth to find the answer to these questions.
I’ve been thinking a lot about testimony, and how blessed I am to have one, and perhaps how blessed I am that it even happened. To be honest, I’m not quite sure how I knew, at first, that God was there and he was listening to me. There are parts of my testimony that I…
This week, I have been grieving for a friend who lost her brother to suicide. I lost my own bro-in-law to this tragedy over a decade ago…and it still hurts. But although life can be painful, I truly believe we can still experience joy. Read more about how this is possible.
In the Addiction Recover Program of the Church, step 5 is confession. In step 4 (truth) we acknowledged we had a spiritual wound. In this step, we begin to cleanse it through unlocking our secrets and not giving them power to bind us to the Dark Side anymore. Read more about this step.
Truth is Step 4 in the Church’s 12-step addiction recovery plan. This process is a great tool to use in improving our lives and coming unto Christ, whether we have addictions or not. Everyone can use these steps. Step 4 is when we make a searching and fearless written moral inventory of our life. Read more…
Hope is the 2nd step in the Church’s 12-step addiction recovery program. If power comes through honesty, strength comes through hope. Hope links us to the grace of Jesus Christ and enables us to know we can overcome any weakness or addiction. Continue reading to learn more about the strength that comes through hope in Christ.
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…
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