"Written by Six Sisters"

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 37

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

Christ in the New World: The First Day Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, "If the stars should appear one nigh...

Mastering Middle School

by Joani S. Elliott | Tips

Let’s face it: the middle school years are tough. And yet these early teen years can be a marvelous time of...

Tending and Befriending

by Dawn Frandsen | LDS Life

Our husbands used to be either annoyed or amused—depending on how much legal tender was due to cover our ch...

Toronto, Canada

by LDS Living Staff | International

At a recent Eastern Canada regional conference (held May 1 and 2, 2004), President Thomas S. Monson, who sp...

Opening the Doors of Opportunity

by Elder John K. Carmack | Global View

Without an education, even a tremendous work ethic could not open the doors of opportunity for Miguel. Now ...

Labor for the Happiness of Others (Heber J. Grant Lesson 15)

by Katherine Boswell: excerpted from the compilation, The Power of His Redemption: Talks from the 2003 BYU Women's Conference | Relief Society/Priesthood

WHO WILL BE GREATEST? A s a Sunday School Gospel Doctrine teacher, I've spent a lot of time thinking about ...

Work (Heber J. Grant Lesson 12)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

Work is sacred . . . not only because it is the fruit of self- denial, patience and toil, but because it un...

Searching for Truth in a Terrible Time

by Reflections from the Life of Elder F. Enzio Busche | People

My father built our childhood home on a ten-acre plot of rural farming land. We had a lot of fruit trees an...

Celebrating All Mothers

by Debra Sansing Woods | People Parenting

As much as I enjoy Mother's Day with my kids, however, I usually reach the end of it with the nagging sensa...

The Magnificent Blessing of Priesthood Power (Teachings for Our Time Lesson 5)

by Sheri Dew: Chapter 9 of No Doubt About It | Relief Society/Priesthood

W hen President Gordon B. Hinckley is interviewed by the press, it is not at all uncommon for him to be ask...