Aside from the Book of Mormon, we have compiled a list of the top five LDS books of all time. These books are powerful. They are insightful. They are incredible. If you haven't read any of these books - you must read them. They will change the way you think about the Church (in a very positive way). If you have read any of them - read them again. Without further delay... The top 5 lds books of all time.
Some people have known about them for years, but are often intimidated to go. I finally built up enough courage and stepped foot into my first one about 3 years ago! Immediately, I became addicted, especially to the Hot Chocolate and the option to buy bulk food at a decent price! Now I make a few trips a year to refill my buckets, and can extra items for my food storage.
Overview The 10 most encouraging LDS growth and missionary developments in 2015 are reviewed in this case study. Likewise, the 10 most discouraging LDS growth and missionary developments in 2015 are also examined. Limitations to this case study are identified.
There are countless ways to approach a speaking assignment in Church. Giving a talk can be difficult and intimidating if you haven't prepared. Here are some ideas to help you prepare and deliver your message better.
Your patriarchal blessing has two main purposes. First, it will declare your lineage, or what tribe of Israel you belong to. Second, it will contain information like promises, admonitions, and warnings to help guide you.
It's that time of week again, and just like fasting, you're probably hungry for some more Mormon Memes that only those of the faith will fully understand. Enjoy the week with these hilarious LDS Memes!
We've sometimes done comparisons of LDS perceptions vs. reality, and time we made a dedicated list to these popular Memes. Here's some comparison Gifs between our perceptions of the LDS Church and the sober realities; key word here is sober, mind:
The best way to get a message across is to do so in a fun way, and that's exactly what these LDS guys did when they aimed to get the message of Virtue being important across to young kids. This here video comes from Lone Peak Stake Young Men's:
We have all eaten things that might have turned a goat's stomach, of course, but while on an LDS Mission you might just find yourself on the wrong end of a 'national delicacy' that would weaken the knees of any iron-stomached gourmand. When I was in Russia on my Mission, I remember tasting some incredibly 'interesting' foods. Always trying to be polite and nice, but in reality... wow. :)
We've another hit list of solid gold Memes for you here, courtesy of our colleagues over at Mormon Memes, BYU Memes, Prepare to Serve, and LDS Mission Tees; thanks a bunch both to them and [...]
There is a good chance that you’ve recently learned about the Church’s new policies regarding same-sex couples, and read much about it on social media. The two changes took place in the Church’s administrative handbook, also called handbook 1, which contains instructions for bishops and stake presidents.
The state of Utah is a fantastic place to live and raise a family, but our state isn't without it's quirks. Here's a list of Memes dedicated to our fellow...Utahans... Mormons? Let's go with peers, for now:
Not long ago, Elder Riley began a journey that seemed impossible--losing 160 pounds so that he could serve the Lord on a mission. But, soon he learned that, with the Lord, nothing is impossible.
SALT LAKE CITY — The LDS Church is stronger than ever, and young Mormons can feel confident marrying and starting a family despite legitimate concerns, the faith's leaders said Saturday.
Manchester, NY| A team of archaeologists excavating a drumlin known as Mormon hill or the Cumorah, in western New York, have discovered a set of gold plates which they believe could be linked to the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph Smith Jr.
The phrase “Choose the Right” isn’t found anywhere in scripture. Instead, there are only similar phrases like “choose the good” (Isaiah 7:15-16) or “choose the things that please [God]” (Isaiah 56:4). Although Brigham Young once mentioned the phrase in a talk dated 1864, it wasn’t until the 1909 version of the hymnal included the beloved hymn "Choose the Right" that the phrase made its way into LDS culture. The idea for what we know as a CTR ring wouldn’t appear for almost 60 more years.
Five years after President Thomas S. Monson announced plans to build the Lisbon Portugal Temple during general conference in October 2010, a date has been set for an official groundbreaking on December 5. The new [...]
As a young family with seven children ranging in age from 3 to 16, we have had our ups and downs with family home evening. For example, when we presided over the Texas Houston South [...]
Resources are now available online for the annual stake auxiliary leadership training meetings. As stake auxiliary presidencies prepare for these meetings, they are encouraged to counsel with priesthood leaders to determine the needs of the [...]
Walking through what was once a thriving coastal community in Higashi Matsushima, Japan, in the summer of 2011, Elder Gary E. Stevenson examined individual items—a cup, a pot, a blanket—in a massive pile of rubble. [...]
The chance of a cyberattack on America’s power grids is high and the nation is ill-prepared to face the catastrophic consequences, writes Ted Koppel in his recently released book, “Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation [...]
A lighthearted look at news of the day: The World Health Organization now says bacon is the new cancer stick. It might as well have said watching football makes you go blind. --- Millions of [...]
There’s an infidelity issue plaguing many modern American marriages, and most spouses don’t even realize it. It’s called financial infidelity, which is when spouses hide information about their finances from each other. In fact, a [...]
SALT LAKE CITY — When the Arches Mutual Insurance Co. announced its closure last week, Utah lost one of its biggest players, the 10th of 23 federal health care co-ops nationwide to announce its closure. [...]