Choosing Which Voice to Follow

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | March 31, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

Every parent has them: Those go-to sayings that we pull out and use when our kids need to hear them. I have...


Turning Conference Talks into FHE Lessons for Kids

by Segullah | March 28, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs Lesson Helps

When General Conference rolled around last October, I realized that it was the weekend that my children wer...


How To Tell Your Infertile Friends You're Pregnant

by Childless Mormons Support | March 26, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

It’s the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about. You’ve just received great news: You’re preg...


It’s Not A Vanilla Gospel

by Segullah | March 26, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

I stood up in front of over one hundred women, and started talking about my first contacts with the gospel ...


Finding Meaning in Our Suffering

by Seth Adam Smith Blog | March 25, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

"Are you sure you don’t want some of my water?” my brother David asked, extending his canteen. “I’m fine,” ...


Did I Make a Difference?

by The Returned Missionary | March 21, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

It was about a year after my mission and I was stressed in school, working, and I overheard some RM’s talki...


What I Wish I'd Been Told During My Divorce

by By Common Consent | March 21, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

Divorce sucks. The unraveling and separating of lives is painful and messy, no matter how mature or well-in...


Overcoming Shame In Our Lives

by Segullah | March 21, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

For over a year, I have been trying to write a post about shame, and I can’t find the right words. Shame is...


Ye Have Done It Unto My Daughter

by Mormon Momma | March 20, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs

There is a scene in the musical GodSpell that depicts the Jesus figure teaching his followers about the she...


Conquering Our Personal Gethsemane

by LDS Smile | March 19, 2014 | Best of LDS Blogs What We Believe

Everyone will face a time in their lives where they must go through their own personal Gethsemane. I’m not ...