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The Magic of Daddy Daughter Dates

by Dana Alan Koch, co-authored by Kristyn, McKinsey, and Rebecca Koch | Activities

That response would quickly be followed with, “Whose turn is it next?” While Monday night is se...

Raising Financially Fit Kids

by Joline Godfrey | Finances

As parents, we're sometimes a bit torn between letting our kids play sports and protecting them from in...

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...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 20

by Richard Rust on the parallels between Alma's conversion and the Exodus | Sunday School

The relationship between community redemption and individual redemption is dramatically suggested in the ac...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 19

by Kent S. Brown compares the writers of the Dead Sea Scrolls to Alma and his followers<p><dropcap>W</dropcap>e need to turn now to features of the [Dead Sea Scrolls] | Sunday School

W e need to turn now to features of the [Dead Sea Scrolls] scrolls which are articularly striking to Latter...

The Power of Example (Heber J. Grant Lesson 10)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

A CITY SET UPON A HILL I n the fall of 1974, for the better part of a week I stood in the entrance to the W...

June Sharing Time: Building a Strong Family

by LDS Living Staff | Primary

T his sharing time will help the children visualize a strong family and learn some ways they can help stren...

The Joy of Missionary Work (Heber J. Grant Lesson 9)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

I recall very vividly how the spirit of missionary work came into my life. I was about thirteen years of ag...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 18

by Hugh Nibley on Abinadi and the prophetic tradition | Sunday School

T his time Abinadi expected to be caught, of course. He threw off the disguise and said who he was. He want...

Surviving Columbine

by Amber Huntington, Columbine High School '99 | People Hot Topics

I woke up Tuesday, April 20 at 6 A.M., turned off my alarm, and decided I’d rather sleep than go to school ...