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

Raising Confident Girls

by Jill Walker | Parenting

Consequently, meeting a daughter’s need for support and appreciation is essential because it is by fe...

Spring into Cleaning

by Emily Shoemaker | Around the House Tips

To get your cleaning finished in record time, make a gameplan and make sure the whole family knows their po...

Making Enrichment Enriching

by Jessica Forsyth | LDS Life

In January 2000, the monthly Homemaking Night was changed to Home, Family and Personal Enrichment in order ...

Making It In Business

by Bridget Rees | People

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Larry Miller started working right out of high school, doing things like...

Choosing the Family Wheels

by Deanne W. Chaston | Finances

The oldest of five children, I saw my parents go through their share, and variety, of family vehicles. ...

The Chocolate Chip Cookie

by LDS Living Staff | Recipes

It is an as American as apple pie, the hamburger, or the Fourth of July.  Nothing seems to be more ent...

Thoughts on Lesson Ten

by Byron R. Merrill, Heavens Are Open: The 1992 Sperry Symposium on the Doctrine and Covenants and Church History, 208-218. | Sunday School

The "Elect Lady" Revelation: The Historical and Doctrinal Context of Doctrine and Covenants 25 Carol Cornwa...

Yucatan Peninsula

by LDS Living Staff | International

Missionaries first arrived in Mérida in 1959, offering a prayer in behalf of the citizens who welcom...

Chapter Four: The New Jerusalem

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

I love traveling to new places, but the place I look forward to seeing the most is called the New Jerusalem...

Thoughts on Lesson Nine

by Larry C. Porter, "Organizational Origins of the Church of Jesus Christ, 6 April 1830," in Regional Studies in LDS History: New York, 149- 162. | Sunday School

T he [Whitmer] family lived in a log house on their homestead which was located three miles south and one m...