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Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 17

by John W. Welch on the meaning of the name Mosiah | Sunday School

In 1965, John Sawyer published an article titled "What was a Mosiac?" He argues that the term mosiah was an...

From Mission to Mission

by Anna Brunson McEntire | People

Nine months later, everything changed. On January 28, 1986, the Challenger set off on another mission, STS-...

Follow the Prophets (Heber J. Grant Lesson 8)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

The Lord's Prophet The President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the prophet, seer, a...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 16

by Jeffrey R. Holland on King Benjamin's Sermon | Sunday School

In the first of the sermons recorded by Mormon (in the Book of Mormon as we now have it), King Benjamin gav...

April Sharing Time: The Teachings of Christ

by LDS Living Staff | Primary

T his sharing time will engage the children in a fun activity that reminds them of the teachings of Jesus C...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 15

by Daniel H. Ludlow on Mosiah 1-3 | Sunday School

MOSIAH 1:1-2 The beginning of Mormon's abridged record Note that the main story in the book of Mosiah is to...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 14

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

SCRIBES AND SCRIPTURES (Enos, Jarom, Omni, and the Words of Mormon) This selection of four small books, eac...

A Mommy Time-Out

by Christy Stevenson | Parenting

Like what, you ask? Oh, nothing so bad as yelling and swearing, but things a professional Mommy would never...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 12

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

CHAPTER 1 VERSES 1-8 What "I should write upon these plates ." Here the thread of narrative is again broken...

Temple and Family History Work (Heber J. Grant Lesson 6)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

The keys of Elijah's work and ministry are extremely interesting. His coming was the fulfilling of the prom...