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Both the Pilgrims and the Mormon pioneers suffered and sacrificed for their faith, remained close to God through all their sufferings and turned to him with praise and thanksgiving when their bountiful, saving ...
The early Saints used flags and banners both to inspire them, including the huge American flag made when Utah obtained statehood. Joseph Smith was betrayed under protection of a white flag of truce. We live und...
Who were the first women to enter the Salt Lake Valley? Why were they chosen? What were they like? When Brigham Young led the first company of 148, these three women were a boon and a blessing.
In May, a spring month filled with hope and promise, some of the most important and challenging experiences took place in the life of the Prophet, from the visit of John the Baptist to administering the endowme...
The beauty of womanhood is in the faces of 8-year-olds to 80-year-olds. Nothing is more rare and lovely than mothers and daughters, loving, supporting each other, bound with all the mothers who went before us, ...
Time is man's way of measuring mortal life. But it is also ours to control this elusive commodity to serve us, to work for us so that we do not squander what is most precious.
New Year's resolutions often lack the power to change or alter our behavior. What of our hearts, the core of what we are and what we want to become? A new heart, a mighty change of heart, empowers us to utilize...
Two men — who both exerted influence through the words they wrote, the things they said, the experiences they shared — met in New York City and took stock of one another. A delightful encounter!
Despite the horror of their situations, the fear and uncertainty, the faithful women whose husbands were imprisoned in the early days of the church waited patiently upon the Lord and trusted that he knew what w...
Break away from the trivial and the discontent it causes. Have courage to be vulnerable, to embrace love and caring. To be a "see'er," to open your heart and therefore discover your self as well.