There will be a “new balance and connection between gospel instruction in the home and in the Church.” President Russell M. Nelson
“Let the dead speak forth anthems of eternal praise to the King Immanuel….” (Doctrine and Covenants 128: 22)
“Our adoration of Jesus is best expressed by our emulation of Jesus.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
“I felt that I was literally cradled in the hands of my Savior and Redeemer.”
“The blessing I gave that sounded ‘like a goodbye’ really was—a goodbye to his old life and a renewal of his new life as a follower of Christ.”
I am pleased to share this message with our brothers and sisters and friends in Canada.
Come join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ at this joyous time of year.
The Sabbath helps us turn to the Lord, to our families, to those in need.
Life lessons learned by a young girl build a pathway for the future.
“Theodore Brandley wasn't just a name or a black and white figure in a faded photo anymore—he was a person with whom they had just spent a wonderful evening making family memories in the present by learning about his past.”
“We realized that there was nothing different in our home or in our society that indicated to me that it wasn't just any other day of the week. We determined right then to make sure that we made Sunday an obvious Sabbath day in our home, so that we and our children would always know when it was the Lord’s Day.”
“It isn’t only about having family home evening and prayer. It’s also what we do after we get off of our knees.”
“That day I came to the realization that God trusted me, that I came to be in that place, at that time, to help and protect one of his precious daughters.”
“There are many things that have affected my life this last week since conference, and I suspect will continue to in the future.”
“My prayer is that we will be both the recipient and the instrument of God’s tender mercies this Christmas season.”
A temple president reflects on what matters most
A First Nations family is converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ
When the odds are stacked against you, stand up and shine
A motto to put things in perspective.
Brent and Linda King know how to rally their eight children for a great cause. The King family has made a significant contribution to the community by volunteering their time raising funds at the Vancouver Canucks hockey games.