How often do miracles occur in your life? Daily? Weekly? Monthly? Or is it more like--from time to time? And what do you consider a ‘miracle’? We have had two experiences in our family this past month that are worth mentioning as ‘miracles’. They are not unique, but they were tender mercies from the Lord.
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With a world leaning towards moral relativism and extreme tolerance, President Nelson emphasized, “The arbiter of truth is God—not your favorite social media news feed, not Google, and certainly not those who are disaffected from the Church.” Whether we believe it or not, there is a difference between right and wrong because divine laws “operate in and affect each of our lives” no matter what.
“As a person of faith, I believe that all of us living on this beautiful planet share a sacred responsibility to care for all of God’s children and to reach out to others in need, whoever they are and wherever they may be,” said Bishop Gérald Caussé, presiding bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Geneva as he delivered a keynote address at a United Nations conference. Nearly 75 people attended the meeting, including diplomats from around the world.
This week’s Billboard Classical Crossover Chart featured seven Latter-day Saint musicians, representing over 50% of the chart. This demonstration of excellence illustrates not only their incredible talent but the desire for uplifting music across the world. Here is the chart-topping music from some of these artists.
Geoff Steurer interviews Dr. Carmel White, a researcher and author, who co-authored a book called “Love and Betrayal”. In this interview, they discuss the impact of betrayal trauma on women's spiritual lives. She shares ideas and ways to spiritually support women in trauma for those who work closely with betrayed women.
Merriam-Webster has updated its dictionary with an additional definition of “they” reflecting the word’s increased usage as a pronoun that refers to those who conceive of themselves as neither male nor female, the company announced Monday on Twitter.
On Friday, two young missionaries were involved in a car accident in the Canada Vancouver Mission. Both were left in critical condition. Sadly, one of the hospitalized elders has now passed away. Here is the Church's official statement.