Know the best way to prepare in advance for a tithing adjustment interview and why you should do it now.
The relationship between Palm Sunday and the First Vision Introduction I have been reading some interesting analyzes about the relationship between Palm Sunday and the First Vision. As Easter approaches, these ...
The Proclamation of the Family is not a document of temporary importance, but it exposes principles of fundamental importance for exaltation and eternal life.
I will tell an experience that helped me understand the importance of adhering to the iron bar when facing the attacks of the enemies of the Church
This article explores the relationship between LDS doctrine and archeology and how to estimate the most recent discoveries in relation to the Book of Mormon.
The Book of Mormon describes how the freedom of the people was rescued under the threat of the royalists, a group of dissidents who wanted to establish an oppressive monarchy in their search for power and prestige.
Many times the evidence is available to us but is unattended. This is the case of the Talisman Metro Mammoth, an amazing piece of evidence that supports the authenticity of the Book of Mormon story about the existence of horses and elephants in America.
Introduction to the historical documentation of baptism Baptism, the first of the ordinances of salvation, is that which serves as the gateway to the kingdom of God and without which it is not possible ...
The power and authority of the priesthood are not the same thing. Discover in this article why the relationship between power and authority is significant.
The use of the white shirt must be implemented firmly but with sensitivity.
The passage of Jesus' temptation teaches us an important lesson about missionary work: when to desist, without trying to turn all stones into bread.
In this quote we share the evidence that baptism for the dead was a practice among Christians of the Early Church, in the first centuries of the Church.
A recent research, conducted by Jana Riess, highlights three sensitive groups that may be prone to inactivity in the Church. Knowing them can help us focus our service better.
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