As families cluster at home, talk inevitably turns to the concerns we all share. There may be differing opinions about what is acceptable behavior and what is not. In addition, raw nerves can bring up old disagreements that resurface like a latent infection. Whatever problems we are facing, they become less manageable and more daunting when we are pulling apart. What is to be done?
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Because of the upcoming special conference, I strongly feel that I need to share my unusual personal witness of the first vision. I’m willing to bare my soul to share the most powerful yet tender experience of my life, so that maybe it will give you pause to reflect on your own testimony.
I have a wonderful friend who likes to talk about the Lord’s Economy. He claims that the Lord’s economy is very different from the world’s economy. In the Lord’s economy the more you give to others, the more you have yourself. Here are some miraculous examples of times when the Lord's economy has brought unexpected blessings into my life.
Read the personal experiences of members of the Church from around the world and how they are finding peace and hope during these difficult times.
For the bicentennial celebration of the First Vision, President Russell M. Nelson invited us “to think deeply and often about this key question: How do you hear Him?” Answering the following questions will help us hear Him better and more often by recognizing the revelation we are already receiving.
President Russell M. Nelson, as a prophet, arrives at this moment in history in a unique time. Suddenly, the world is in commotion and the Church which he is asked to guide under heaven’s direction is in need of making rapid and challenging adjustments.