Is it honestly possible to be grateful, immersed in today’s turmoil?
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One of the greatest burdens on the souls of many Christians is the doctrine that the vast majority of humans are condemned to hell with no option for escape. How can these views be reconciled with God’s redemptive mission? Can the God of love be coolly indifferent to the destruction of most of His children?
Last week, the Young Women’s organization for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a special challenge to commemorate their 150th anniversary. The challenge is called “My 150” and to complete it young women are invited to think of an activity they can do related to 150 to commemorate the anniversary. Here are some suggestions.
The June 2020 Ensign has several articles about disabilities. Some of them appear in the printed edition and others are digital only (online and in the Gospel Library app). Here's how to find them.
In the wake of people of color being killed and what were intended to be peaceful protests sometimes turning violent, we came together as mothers of children of color to think about what we have learned from being in our position.
True faith always precedes miracles, but sometimes the answer to our faith-filled questions or desires will be “NO.” There is sublime beauty in this circumstance, because it enhances our understanding of ourselves and God.