Our choices have consequences. Satan tries to convince otherwise, but his plan only brings misery. God's plan brings lasting happiness.
Alma's counsel to his sons is very applicable to us today. BYU graduates need to know how much the Lord loves them, and to put their trust in God first.
Parenting teens is hard, but Laura Walker aims to make it easier by sharing the pros and cons of different parenting approaches found in her research.
Our children - or the children around us - are also children of God who have been entrusted to our care. We must nurture them and teach them all we can.
As mothers and fathers fulfill the sacred roles of parenthood in equal partnerships, families can be strong, happy, and full of the Spirit.
We have a divine nature and destiny, which includes sacred roles to fulfill. The most important of those roles are fatherhood and motherhood.
Good morning, my brothers and sisters. I am grateful to share my thoughts and testimony with you and thank the administration for this special opportunity. I have chosen to speak to you about the powerful influence of families on our lives. President Benson stated that because of our confidence in the perpetuity of the home and family into the eternities, we build our most elaborate and expensive structures—temples of God—so…
To transmit religious traditions to their children, parents must live their own testimonies and understand how to balance love and control.
Today's world values money and prestige. Seek education and marketability, but never forget to respect the sacred importance of family.
Parents are responsible to raise their children righteously. Delbert L. Stapley offers the insight that it is a blessing to care for God's spirit children.
Let me represent your children for a moment. They will need your inspired parenthood to learn not only how to make a living, but how to live.
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.
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.
As parents, teachers, and leaders, let us teach our children and our congregations to be reverent during sacred meetings and ordinances.