So that Sunday, my wife and I listened alongside millions of Latter-day Saints around the world while an apostle of the Lord told everyone about the time I almost burned the Book of Mormon I’d been given by one of my closest high school friends......and how God held me back. This is more of that story.
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Brian spent much of his life at odds with his mom, but his heart softened as he listened to her perspective. In this true story about the ups and downs of family relationships, see how striving to hear one another and God's voice can create understanding and lead to increased empathy, gratitude, and love.
Elders Jeffrey R. Holland and Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles served as mission companions in the British Mission in the early 1960s. In a new video series, the apostles discuss what it was like to be companions, and how missionaries can successfully transition to life at home.
I have a feeling that we all need to be careful how we speak of what we have achieved in the work of the Lord. The distance between accomplishment—even righteous accomplishment—and pride is hard to measure without a magnifying glass.
I was recently asked a question by a very sincere member of the Church. The question was this: “Sister Jones, do you feel diminished because you don’t hold the priesthood?” My response was to first ask her a question.