"Written by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, excerpted from "For Times of Trouble""

Protective Fences

by LDS Living Staff | People

But that was just the beginning. By the end of their mission, the Camilleris would fill a need they didn’t ...

Reservations Bound

by LDS Living Staff | People

“We have the most colorful rez ever!” says Gladeeh Begaye, founder of the non-profit organization Reservati...

The Annual Ward Christmas Party

by LDS Living Staff | Holidays

Secret Santa A fun way to build unity for the ward and excitement for the ward Christmas party, is to invit...

Gratitude and Generosity

by LDS Living Staff | FHE

Filled to Overflowing Get an extra large jar or bottle and make a label that says: “I’m gratefu...

Sing Choirs of Angels

by Jena Peterson | LDS Life

In the daily routines of Mormon Tabernacle Choir members and friends who work with the Choir, the missionar...

Three Easy Steps

by Paul Larsen | Activities

This is the third issue in LDS Living’s new family history column. The articles are designed as an ea...

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A Traditional Holiday Feast from the Lion House

by LDS Living Staff | Recipes

From a traditional turkey to the Lion House’s famous dinner rolls, we’ve included everything you need for y...

Say "Bah, Humbug!" To Holiday Debt

by Michael G. Peterson | Finances

Americans can spend as much as $1,000 a year on gifts for family, friends, and business associates. That is...

Holiday Destinations

by Jordan Marie Williams | Themed Travel

Washington D.C.   The Washington D.C. Temple will feature its Festival of Lights from November 30 thro...

November/December

by LDS Living Staff

Well, by all means, let him play with the dangerous toy!  After all, life is short and a little injury...