Darkness encompassed us, coming up from behind and stretching out as far as the eye couldn’t see. Soaked as it were by the sky, I kept walking. We all did.
Sparks. Over and over again just sparks. I sat on my makeshift camping chair (a large, fallen branch) for two hours striking that “flint” (a rock I found in the woods) with my steel buffalo striker, rubbing my knuckles raw, and nothing.
“I invite you to come back. Come back today.” These words spoken by Weatherford T. Clayton in April 2017 General Conference came as an answer to my prayer. I needed […]
It’s now been four years since we first heard Elder Jeffrey R. Holland give his ground-breaking talk Like a Broken Vessel. But this isn’t the first time prophets and apostles have given inspiring words for those struggling with depression, anxiety, and other emotional distress. Here are just a few General Conference addresses that can inspire even in the darkest of times.
Refugees are all over the news—and with good reason. Their harrowing stories of leaving their home, fearing for their lives, losing family members along the way, is truly heart-wrenching. We read a similar tale of people fleeing their home in the Book of Mormon, and it completely changes how I look at our modern refugee.
Satan wanted us to get it right, and Jesus Christ wanted us to make choices.