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The Grass Isn't Always Greener

by Wendy Green | Parenting Self Improvement

Happiness and celestial glory are goals of all devout Latter-day Saints, but sometimes it’s difficult to fe...

Gifts with Heart

by LDS Living Staff | Activities

For Dad He Taught Me in His Language Lots of dads are famous (or infamous?) for their funny quips and one-l...

Be Each Other's Very Best Friend

by Gary and Joy Lundberg | Marriage & Relationships

What is friendship? To explore the different ways you can keep and develop a strong best-friends relationsh...

Food Storage for Smaller Families

by Jessica Forsyth | Preparedness

For over sixty years Church members have been urged to build up their year supply of food storage, but not ...

Young in Spirit

by LDS Living Staff | People

Mary Alice has been an employee and regular volunteer of the Church for over twenty years. “She keeps herse...

Offering Mobility and Freedom

by LDS Living Staff | People Global View

For this, her latest humanitarian project, Springman knew she wanted it to involve two things: Peru and mob...

Being Obedient

by Jessica Matthews | FHE

With the winds and darkness of the adversary swirling around constantly, it can be difficult to be obedient...

Chapter Fourteen: Signs in the Heavens and the Earth

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

O ne of my favorite cartoon shows when I was young (actually, it still is one of my favorites) was The Jets...

Seattle

by Jena Peterson | U.S.

Frequently ranked as one of the best cities to live in, Seattle had humble beginnings. Nineteenth-century S...

Thoughts on Lesson Eighteen

by Bruce R. McConkie, Joseph Fielding Smith, Doctrines of Salvation, Vol. 2, 231-257. | Sunday School

The Law of Temple Building: Temples, Their Nature And Antiquity WHAT IS A TEMPLE? Temples, according to the...