This episode covers some of the major events of Christian and Roman history between about 330 AD until 600 AD. Dave talks about the fall of the Western…
Elder Russell M. Nelson shares a personal story to give encouragement for when we feel “weak in the heart.”
President Nelson recently told us to “eat your vitamin pills. Get some rest. It’s going to be exciting.” Well, that was almost an understatement. Travis Isaacson was curious about…
Everyone is born and everyone will die, but birth was not the beginning and death is not the end. Because of Jesus Christ, our spirits and bodies will be reunited after death through the Resurrection, granting us immortality—life after death—forever.
The account of the blind man who is healed by Jesus at the Pool of Siloam is a beautiful story that can teach us of the power of the Savior to likewise give us light and healing in our own daily struggles. According to the Gospel of John, we are told that the blind man was healed following the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot. Jesus appears to use the feast and this miracle to help teach of His divinity.
When we strive with heart and mind to follow the Savior and incorporate the music of the spirit into our daily lives, we receive favor from heaven.
Michael Mclean had a faith crisis? I grew up on his songs, and the composer and author of the songs that helped shape my teenage faith had questions? Watch these videos. They will show you that the Lord loves each of us–individually and personally. And EACH of us must face a similar crucible of doubt to really break through and become who we should be.
How can religious leaders help people embrace faith? That’s what we asked the Pope’s personal biographer after he interviewed President Russell M Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His answer is a powerful description of “ministering.”