"Written by The Lion House"

Let Go!

by Carolyn J. Rasmus | Self Improvement

The verb to cumber is defined as follows: "to load; to crowd; to check, stop, or retard, as by a load or we...

What the Singles in the Ward Want the Rest of Us to Know

by Debra Sansing Woods | Marriage & Relationships

With these thoughts in mind, I recently took some time to talk with a dozen or so singles and former single...

January Sharing Time: In His Image

by Shauna Gibby | Primary

h3. Preparation: Cut out a large basic paper doll shape. Cut it into parts (a body, a head, arms, and legs)...

Enough Is Enough

by Mary Ellen Edmunds | Self Improvement

Can you remember hearing the phrase "enough is enough" in your life? Maybe we don't use it as much as we on...

Names of Christ

by Shauna Gibby | FHE

h3. Conference Talk: For more information on this topic read "I Know that My Redeemer Lives!" by President ...

Raising the Roof: Young Humanitarians

by Sunny McClellan Morton | LDS Life Self Improvement

*A charity event is not the first place you expect to find teenagers on a Friday night. But don't tell that...

Dual Duties as Members and Citizens

by LDS Living Staff Writer | LDS Life

It is a history and belief in the Church that goes back to Book of Mormon times--citizens of a community ar...

Early Missionary Journals Available Online

by BYU News | LDS Life

When Lucy Mack Smith, mother of the Prophet Joseph Smith, hand-decorated a diary for her missionary son, Hy...

Neighborhood Food Drive

by Molly Smith | LDS Life

Four years ago, in lieu of bringing plates of Christmas goodies to each other, I suggested the idea of a fo...

Circle of Love

by Janet Peterson | People

Susan and Phil Robinson of Cottonwood Heights, Utah, along with several of Santa's helpers, bring Christmas...