Human trafficking is not a third world problem. It is all world problem. It is in our cities and towns. We must overcome the fear of offense to reach out and rescue the victims of this horrific crime.
“Shame thrives on secrecy, silence and judgement.” When we talk about the pornography we have viewed we silence shame and give voice to virtue.
The beaver's dam needs constant attention to maintain its strength. Our testimonies are in need of constant nurturing to create for us, a safe haven. The process of conversion and sanctification are unending.
This is the story of the difficult times I had following the advice of my mission President, and the tender mercies that followed.
Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you
The reason life is so good is because of life's little feet pitter-pattering across the floors of time. Those pitter-pats once were my own, and now as my babies run through the house and I listen to their foot steps I realize that it's the small things in life that make life so good.
The testimony of Boris Sorokovsky: Having been led by the Spirit to flee Ukraine, shares how God led the Christians in the Ukraine to flee their homes before the Communists began a severe persecution in 1933 that resulted in the deaths of six million Ukrainians.
Published on Apr 10, 2015
Dr. Benjamin Carson addresses the crowd at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum, an event of the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally aired 4/10/15.
Divided against ourselves, we feel powerless to change. We feel dead. This is sin. What I learned from those couple years of hell is simple, and it has to do with Plimsoll marks
God does not need us to help Him progress. We need Him. Why do we feel like we are doing Him a favor by participating in doing His work?
So often we talk about seeking perfection, and while it is possible to attain that lofty goal through Christ (Moroni 10:32-33), but the best gift we can offer is the surrendering of our will. Obedience is the goal that we should aspire to.
Neal A. Maxwell explains why it is that at times, God does not answer prayers. We must ask the right question and be able to receive the answer.
Clayton Jennings, a preacher of sorts that speaks to college peers under his mission to #TellTheWorld about Christ. Followed by 472,416 people on facebook - at least as I write this - just released this video. My favorite part about Clayton is his ability to sing-speak with rhythms and rhymes of a lyrical genius. This is his latest video. Enjoy.
Gimmicks don't win championships, nor do they create lasting change in our lives. It only through smaller, consistent achievement where ultimate victory is earned. The principle of accumulated achievement is universally applicable.
Regret can be a powerful teaching tool. Regret is the remembrance of shame and is the tool by which God creates a lasting lesson in our hearts and minds. While the shame of our actions or lack thereof can pass, the regret is designed to spur us to a wiser course the next time we are confronted with similar challenges.