This is one of those “enemy tactics” talks. Basically, a game plan of our opponent. So, treat it as such. On the board write the three Ds Elder Johnson talks about. Continue reading
There’s that word again: happiness. Have you noticed how many talks have been devoted to the topic of finding or having happiness and joy? Even in our day when all things are in commotion? It is possible and it can happen for each of us. That is the important thing to remember. Continue reading
Take heart in this trial you are going through. It is not easy. It may feel like it will break you in a million pieces. And to be honest, maybe it will. But close your eyes and take a deep breath. With this adversity you have been given an opportunity to experience the Atonement of Jesus Christ in a new light. Continue reading
by Elder Matthew L. Carpenter
There are key words that I identify with as part of my life long quest. Words such as peace, beauty, and healing. All three words have the same source: Jesus Christ. Continue reading
by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
This is much easier said than done. Perhaps that is why it needs to be said so many times? Continue reading
Not everyone likes the vibe of a small town. Although I argue the point that the majority of us live in small communities. Even when I lived in big cities I still lived in rather small communities. I lived, shopped, and spent my leisurely down time within a few block radius. There will be those that refute my point but I maintain it for the majority of people. There is something about a community feel. Continue reading
by Sister Jean B. Bingham and Elder David A. Bednar
Another combination of talks. The reason I combined these two talks is for the simple reason they give us a formula to find peace. In our day of commotion, peace is still a gift offered and here are a couple of practical solutions to find it. Continue reading
by W. Christopher Waddell
I have already used this talk many times and can quote it. This was another favorite.
by David A. Bednar
Elder Bednar has a way of explaining things very succinctly. This is one talk I thought I got during conference but after listening to it again and reading it, I now see I only scratched the surface.