"Written by Jenny Spencer and Danielle Beckstrom"

Music Straight from the Heart

by LDS Living Staff | People LDS Life

Alta’s interest in music began when she was about ten or eleven years old. She started playing her old-fash...

Thoughts on Lesson 1

by The Revelations of the Restoration: Window to the Past, Open Door to the Future Robert L. Millet, Brigham Young University | Sunday School

The Dawning of a Brighter Day T he spring of 1820 heralded the dawn of a new day. The Sacred Grove in upsta...

The Spirit of Christmas

by Bridget Rees | Parenting

In the ’90s it was Power Rangers and then Tickle Me Elmo. Before that, of course, we had the ’8...

January Sharing Time: Following the Light of Christ

by LDS Living Staff | Primary

T his sharing time will help the children understand Heavenly Father's plan for them and know they can foll...

Christmas Treats for Sharing

by LDS Living Staff | Recipes Holidays

With a season so full of sweet flavors, it’s no wonder that people want to share their favorites, acquire n...

Reconsidering Sleepovers

by Wendy Green | Parenting

I wasn’t always completely sure where the line stood between OK and not OK, but the peer pressure and...

Simplifying the Christmas Season

by Dawn Frandsen | Finances

Haunting from the Ghost of Christmas Past It is easy to get into the retailer’s shopping rhythm: buy,...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 48

by Jeffrey R. Holland, Christ and the New Covenant: The Messianic Message of the Book of Mormon, 323-324. | Sunday School

F ollowing this dismaying decline of Nephite civilization documented by his father, Moroni picked up the re...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 46

by The Prophet Ether: Man of the More Excellent Hope by Elder Monte J. Brough | Sunday School

A good man, whom I love, awoke one morning to find his wife suffering with a serious heart attack. He immed...

Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God (Heber J. Grant Lesson 24)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

A Witness of Christ I know that my Redeemer lives; What comfort this sweet sentence gives! He lives, he liv...