While many search for happiness through financial or career success, being married and having a family increases overall happiness more than other achievements.
The gathering of Israel happens in communities: families, religious congregations, and BYU. Each community helps us become more like God.
All choices bring burdens. Aligning our choices with Christ, with His Church, and with His Apostles is the light burden.
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Entering into covenant relationships while we are on earth helps us to experience the truest intimacy—the perfect love the Father has for us.
Trials help build character, draw strength from covenants and ordinances, and deepen family relationships. This is our day of opportunity.
Family history is more than finding dates and names. It is building relationships with the past and connecting their legacy to our own lives.
Family life will be your most enduring reward. Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ will be called upon as defenders of marriage and family.
In a world where family ideals gravitate toward convenience, Elder Hafen reminds us of the order of marriage taught in the Lord's temples.
As we move into a secular age, we cannot overlook the importance of government's moral purposes, which include the protection of life and family.
Peter M. Johnson shares how the power of faith, family, and friendship helped him develop his testimony. These three things bring about happiness and peace.
Moroni prepared for physical war, but we must protect our homes against the moral war of dangerous influences by making our homes sacred.
I will tell you about some of my own experiences with adoption and adoption in this country and in the Church, and finally I will speak about adoption as it pertains to all of us as the seed of Abraham.
In today's world, marriage and the choice to raise children require increasing faith - but the blessings, mortal and eternal, of families are well worth it.
After losing a home and all their possessions—twice—this family learned that as long as you have family, good friends, and the gospel, you have everything.
As we increasingly love God and His kingdom and make them our primary focus, we will find that all of the "compartments" of our lives are blessed.
We can navigate a changing world by laying hold on "every good thing:" eternal family, personal purity, and learning by study and faith.
Life is a great chain of generations that we in the Church believe must be linked together. Never permit yourself to become a weak link in the chain.
"Great works, including great families, require commitment to something greater than ourselves."
BYU’s response to the “The Family” proclamation includes classes, research, and majors that help students prepare for their future families.
Nothing can be more important to teach our children than love. We must exemplify love in our family relationships and teach them about the love of God.
When we know that the marriage and family have eternal purposes, we are more motivated to treat those relationships with care.
The Family: A Proclamation to the World declares the importance of family in our journey to, and enjoyment of, eternal life.
Truman Madsen tells graduates about the many hats they will wear in life. Whatever hats you wear, God will shower blessings upon your head.
Family relationships are precious. We should tell our families we love them, help them feel safe, and emulate scriptural examples.
As we choose to follow the Savior, and have no confidence in the contrary messages of the world, we will understand our great potential in His eternal plan.
It is each of our responsibility to preserve generational testimony by teaching truth to our children and strengthening our families.
Marion G. Romney teaches that it is your responsibility to fulfill Malachi's promise and turn hearts to their roots and branches.
As we honor our parents through righteous and respectful living, we feel of their love and receive many blessings from following their counsel.
Home storage is more than food storage or financial preparedness. Your spirituality and family relationships are all the home storage you can take with you.
Nonindustrial peoples rely on societal kinship, while industrial people rely on contractual relationships. Religion helps us return to a foundation of genealogy.
Breakdown in communities cannot be solved without addressing the breakdown of the family. The message of the prophets is to look homeward.
Joseph Fielding Smith is given an award celebrating his work in genealogy. He speaks about the central role of the sealing power in our quest for salvation.
Elder Neal A. Maxwell teaches that chastity and family love are key components to healthy individual, family, and community spiritual ecology.
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The best way to honor your parents is to always keep yourself pure and honorable so that they don't have to worry about you.
An eternal home is one where eternal covenants are made and kept. Strive for a temple marriage, and treasure your spouse and children.
The happiest and healthiest families have the principle of mutuality; parents and children help one another in a balance of work, teaching, and good fun.
Elder Richards admonishes young members of the Church to make decisions now that will help them create a united Latter-day Saint home.
As parents, teachers, and leaders, let us teach our children and our congregations to be reverent during sacred meetings and ordinances.