Keeping the Sabbath day holy as a family is a subject that can spark guilt. What's right? What's wrong? What are the gray areas?
In the latter days, the Lord has commanded that his people observe the Sabbath and promised that those who do will receive "the fulness of the earth." (See Doctrine and Covenants 59:16-20)
Hardly anything in a family goes as planned, says E. Jeffrey Hill, professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. That applies to Sabbath-keeping, too.
At the recent BYU Women's Conference in Provo, he offered four Sabbath principles for families: