We are so grateful to those that have expressed their excitement for the April 10th Fast. In the spirit of fasting we want to ensure that this is a personal…
No matter what situation in life we are in, Jesus Christ always accepts us with open arms. We can follow his example by loving those around us.
How do you deal with grief? How do you comfort those who are grieving? Grief can make us question everything—our existence, our identity, even our path in life. You may feel abandoned, alone, powerless, pointless, forgotten, condemned, unmoored, or even nothing at all. How do you ignite hope when you’re in the midst of grief?
God makes it easy for us to follow him by giving us commandments. Following the commandments can lead us to happiness. We certainly are not perfect, but God has given us a way to be forgiven of our sins through the atonement of Jesus Christ.
Where did we come from? Why are we here on earth? And where do we go after we die? We’ve all asked these questions hoping to discover the purpose of life. Mormons—more properly referred to as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—believe that God has a plan for us. It’s called the plan of salvation, and it contains the answers to life’s questions. Jesus Christ is the central figure in God’s plan.
Jenny is back today talking with Dennis Schleicher, author of “Is He Nuts: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ.” Jenny talks with…
No one is past the point of receiving or feeling the love of God in their lives.
Matthew 27: Jesus is accused and condemned before Pilate—Barabbas is released—Jesus is mocked, crucified, and buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathæa. Mark 15: Pilate decrees the death of Jesus—Jesus is mocked and crucified between two thieves—He dies and is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathæa. Luke 23: Jesus is taken before Pilate, then to Herod, and then to Pilate again—Barabbas is released—Jesus is crucified between two thieves—He is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathæa. John 19: Jesus is scourged and crucified—He places His mother in John’s care—He dies and His side is pierced with a spear—He is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathæa.
Students at a high school noticed their peer wasn’t his usual, cheerful self — so they took action to be intentionally kind. The result will have you in tears!