His Grace is Sufficient

His Grace is Sufficient

“Should there be anyone who feels he is too weak to do better because of that greatest of fears, the fear of failure, there is no more comforting assurance to be had than the words of the Lord: ‘My grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for...
The End from the Beginning

The End from the Beginning

“We don’t always know the details of our future. We do not know what lies ahead. We live in a time of uncertainty. We are surrounded by challenges on all sides. Occasionally discouragement may sneak into our day; frustration may invite itself into our thinking; doubt...
How Can We Make a Difference?

How Can We Make a Difference?

Most of us will probably not have the opportunity to save fifteen people (single-handedly) from a flaming building, a sinking ship . . . well, name it. We might be ready to dive in at the first hint of trouble. We might dream of heroism of one kind of another. I know...
We Can Be Forces for Good

We Can Be Forces for Good

The world is sometimes dark and often cynical. And very often selfish. It’s easy to get caught up in our own desires and our own wants and our own needs. There are so many of them, and school and work and friends keep us so busy. “Doing good” sometimes can seem like...
Teens and social-networking.

Teens and social-networking.

The Pew Internet Report has recently released that a lot of teenagers do use social-networking sites like mySpace, but that a lot of them are pretty sensible about it. They don’t put personal information widely public, which most people agree is a bad idea. In fact,...

Site mostly up!

Most of the sections for Mormon Youth are up! I’m still working through the dating section (and, oh, if anyone has any suggestions, I’ll be happy to take them. Dating is so complex), but the section on Mormon beliefs and the Mormon Church is mostly up. I hope you find...
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