In a consumer society, covenantal education in faith-based institutions helps us approach relationships and life in a more meaningful way.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland explains how, throughout life’s adversity, we can still become “a saint through the atonement of Christ the Lord.”
You can prepare for eternal marriage now by serving, sharing the gospel, doing temple and family history work, and being wise as you choose whom to date.
Blessings come when we recognize our identity as covenant children of God, and when we make the Lord - and family - our top priority.
This unique Thanksgiving message reminds us to be grateful for our blessings through the covenant established with our father Abraham.
It is during our Abrahamic tests, our moments of excruciating trial, that we prove to ourselves how strong our conviction really is and receive our rewards.
Hugh Nibley presents interesting new scholarship about the relationship between Israelis and other Middle Eastern people in Biblical times.
The growth of the gospel in Asia and other parts of the world is part of the Lord's prophesied gathering of Israel, as told in Jacob 5.
The Lord has a hand in bringing about Israel's day, both for the branch of Judah in Jerusalem and for the branch of Joseph on this continent.
The Native Americans, descendants of the Lamanites, are our brothers and sisters who have been so hurt by the white man. We must better love our neighbor.
Elder Joseph Fielding Smith speaks of historical and current events, especially in the Middle East, as fulfillment of prophecy given in the scriptures.