"Written by Elder Dallin H. Oaks, excerpted from "Life's Lessons Learned""

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 7

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

J oseph's life as a type or prophecy is not limited to the manner in which it portrays the life of Christ. ...

Path of Duty (Heber J. Grant Lesson 3)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

It does not seem possible that another six months have passed since we last had the privilege of meeting he...

February Sharing Time: Husbands and Wives in the Scriptures

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

T his sharing time will help the children become familiar with some of the husbands and wives in the script...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 6

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

Elder Dallin H. Oaks on Human Agency: F irst, because free agency is a God-given precondition to the purpos...

Milk Before Meat--But Meat

by Robert L. Millet's: More Holiness Give Me | Arts & Entertainment

W hen my wife, Shauna, was having our third son, she happened to share a room in the hospital with a young ...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 5

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

1 Nephi 17: A Key to Nephi's Narrative N ephi's striking account of his family's journey into the wildernes...

My Father's Birthday Scrapbook

by Sharon Palmer | Activities

We finally decided to throw our father a surprise birthday party where we would present him with a scrapboo...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 4

by Stephen E. Robinson | Sunday School

Stephen E. Robinson on defining the Great and Abominable Church:   Perhaps the greatest difficulty in ...

The Mission of Joseph Smith (Heber J. Grant Lesson 2)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

Charles Henry Stoddard W hile employed by the Prophet Joseph, William Law requested Charles to come and wor...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 2

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

Visit lds.org for the teacher's manual. The following excerpt is from the new book Search These Things Dili...