In this piece, I focus on the importance of practicing patience in spiritual and temporal matters and how patience can provide power.
Patience is the ability to endure well through the trials of life without constantly feeling angry or negative. While being patient may seem impossible at times, we can learn from and follow the ultimate example of patience: Jesus Christ. As we grow closer to the Savior, we will become more patient and positive and recognize other Christlike attributes. Read more here.
This article highlights the equal power women and men have in their roles and responsibilities to share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
God created women and men equally—to live alongside each other and to help each other. All of Heavenly Father’s daughters and sons play critical roles in fulfilling the work of salvation. But worldly influences may have us thinking otherwise. Read more here.
I wrote this article as I was preparing to graduate college and fear of the unknown had become a recurring theme in my life. I focused on a talk by Ronald A. Rasband which encourages people to rely on God during times of fear.
Fear can limit us in many ways, but it is most crippling when it limits our perspective as children of God. When we forget our divine potential as sons and daughters of a loving Heavenly Father, we forget about the miracles that happen in our lives every day. Then when we forget who we are and where we come from, it is easy to feel afraid, and the cycle continues. Fear will always stand in the way of feeling joy, peace, and goodness. But it will never overpower the celestial light of Jesus Christ. Read more here.
In this piece, I gathered all of the social media posts that did well across our platforms over General Conference weekend in April 2019.
The 189th Annual General Conference has come to an end. But that doesn’t mean the learning and loving that happens during this sacred weekend has to. Keep reading for a roundup of our favorite insights from the church leaders that spoke in April 2019 General Conference. (And when you’re done, check out @mormoninsights on Instagram for our #GenConf highlight featuring all of our favorite moments from this weekend.) Read more here.
This article summarizes the main points given by M. Russell Ballard as what is required to live a balanced life.
Despite hectic schedules filled with work, school, church, and social responsibilities, living every day with joy in our hearts is possible. It’s a common belief that we need to be busy to be productive and valuable. But our value comes from more than just a busy lifestyle. As children of God, we have a divine mission to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and share its happiness with others. We can’t do that if we don’t prioritize happiness in our lives. Read more here.
I put this article together as a round-up for social media. It features relevant articles to women around the world in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8.
Since 1975, countries around the world have celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8th. In honor of the holiday, here are five articles that celebrate courageous, faithful women. Read more here.