Rebecca L. Craven explores what the dignity and demeanor of discipleship look like. Standing as a witness of God means standing out.
Brent H. Nielson asks graduates to evaluate the condition of their hearts, for "where your heart is, there will your treasure be also."
When we truly lay hold upon the word of God, believing it and committing to it, we open ourselves up to the life-changing power He has in store for us.
Our thinking habits and dispositions relate directly to our character; becoming aware of our thoughts gives us power to manage our habits.
Just as we must nourish our physical bodies with food, we need to feed our spirits by feasting on gospel nourishment daily.
Like flaxen threads, seemingly insignificant habits build up in our lives and become impenetrable. Make wise choices; actions may become habits.
We must not become desensitized to the dangers of gambling. Individuals, families, and communities are harmed by this industry.
Remember that serious sins, as well as ambitious goals, begin with small thoughts and actions. George Q. Morris underscores the importance of habits.