McArthur Krishna

May 22, 2019 09:00 AM MDT
I am ashamed to say that I had read the Book of Mormon a number of times and still managed to miss most of the women. We could examine my psychology to figure why that is, but frankly, I think it is more interesting to talk about the women I discovered when I finally read while paying attention. Here are just a few powerful moments I found involving women in the Book of Mormon.
3 Min Read
October 18, 2016 04:00 AM MDT
Mother Teresa was just canonized as a saint for her work with the poorest of the poor. For many she is a very public symbol of sacrifice and service. However, to my family, she is simply called "Mother."
3 Min Read
December 03, 2015 01:31 PM MST
Recently, I drove 5,118 miles across America on a book tour for Girls Who Choose God: Stories of Strong Women from the Book of Mormon. Every once in a while I would switch the GPS to “walk mode” to see how long the pioneers would have had to go… if they had been trekking on perfectly smooth interstate roads. When I saw the distance that was taking us mere hours would have taken them days, I just shook my head. How did those men and women choose God in such a bold way?
3 Min Read
September 25, 2014 09:25 AM MDT
Mahlah and her four sisters, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah, followed Moses through the wilderness toward the promised land. Painting featured in Girls Who Choose God. Bethany and I spent years writing between continents, new babies, and changing jobs. Along the way there are many lessons that struck us, but one lesson has hit home: scriptures and Church history show a wide latitude of ways women use their talents to serve God.
5 Min Read