The Most Important Change of All

It’s clear that God has a vision for His Church at this time. His prophet, President Russell M. Nelson, shared a glimpse when he said, “If you think the Church has been fully restored, you’re just seeing the beginning. There is much more to come.”

To Whom Shall We Go?

In that moment, when others focused on what they could not accept, the Apostles chose to focus on what they did believe and know, and as a result, they remained with Christ.

How Can We Create a Culture of Inclusion at Church?

At age 19, I became the only member of my family to join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.    Although I had been welcomed beautifully, I could feel that I was different from the others.  In many ways, I felt alone because I didn't have much in common with them in terms of religion and background.  

Change of Heart, Change of Friends

When I opened my eyes again, I had a moment of clarity. I watched my friends acting foolishly and no longer saw myself belonging to that group. I left and decided to stop drinking and going to parties. That meant I would need to change my group of friends, which was not easy. But I did it.

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