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The Army of Helaman

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

From the time they are little boys singing “I Hope They Call Me on a Mission,” to the moment they leave for...

Putting the "Progress" in Personal Progress

by Susan Elzey | LDS Life

While serving in my ward’s young women presidency, I earned my own Young Womanhood Recognition and helped m...

Chapter Ten: Fear and Despair, Faith and Peace

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

I n the last days, the scriptures say, "Men's hearts shall fail them; for fear shall come upon all people" ...

Thoughts on Lesson Fourteen

by Susan Easton Black, Doctrines for Exaltation: The 1989 Sperry Symposium on the Doctrine and Covenants, 97-112. | Sunday School

The Law of Consecration: The Covenant That Requires All and Gives Everything Clark V. Johnson Associate Pro...

The Power of Prayer (David O. McKay Lesson 8)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

God is a personal Being whom we can approach in prayer. IMPROVING COMMUNICATION WITH OUR HEAVENLY FATHER Pr...

A Joyful Chaos

by Debra Sansing Woods | Activities

One afternoon just before such a visit, I felt ready. Our home was filled with the delicious aroma of turke...

Creating Jr. Genealogists

by Kimberly Calder | Parenting

I started being proud of my stance while in high school when I found out that my great-grandma, a women for...

Chapter Nine: Wars and Rumors of Wars

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

W hen I decided to join the military, I searched all of the different branches and chose what I thought wou...

Chapter Eight: The Purpose of Signs

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

I 'll never forget a vacation my family and I took to Alaska. We had a great time as we explored many areas...

The Significance of the Resurrection (David O. McKay Lesson 7)

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

It was early on in my missionary service, early in the spring, and (very) early in the morning. I was livin...