Mormons are Different

Mormons are Different

There are times when it’s too easy to see how different Mormons can be from the rest of the world. We keep different standards and often do things the rest of the world doesn’t do, like attending Mormon Church meetings and Mormon temples. James E. Faust gives...
You Have What it Takes

You Have What it Takes

In the recent General Conference, we were again reminded of the greatness of this generation of youth. Your striving to do good strengthens your families now and prepares you to have strong families in the future. Charles W. Dahlquist II, the Young Men General...
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...
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