How to Make the Most of Your Scripture Study

As a missionary in the Washington D.C. North Mission (including the D.C. temple Visitors’ Center), one of the best times of the year is the Festival of Lights. In the month of December, thousands of people come to visit the Visitors’ Center to see the lights and...

Making Me Enough

We all may be familiar with the story of the Savior feeding the 5,000 with five loaves and two fishes but here is a quick recap: The Savior had gone to the mountains for some seclusion because He had just got word that his friend and cousin, John the Baptist, has been...

Women During the Holy Week: Mary, Mary, and Martha

As Easter approaches, I’ve been thinking about the role women played during the last week of the Savior’s life. What can we learn from women who surrounded the Savior as He prepared for the most pivotal moment in history? Six days before the Passover, three siblings...

Choosing the Better Part

A few weeks ago, I was sitting in Women’s Conference. I had gotten there late and I came with my 8-month-old, so I sat in the back. I was listening but I was also making a list of a hundred things I needed to get done that next week and even jotting a few of them...

Mastering One Thing

A couple of nights ago, I was rattling off to my husband all the areas where I feel like I am failing. Things can add up pretty quick and can leave me feeling pretty down about all the stuff that “I’m not doing”. Later that night during my prayers, I...

What it Means to Be the “Salt of the Earth”

I love homemade bread. There is nothing in this world quite like a hot piece of bread that was just taken out of the oven. A few months ago, I made my wheat bread, cut myself a piece, lathered it with butter and honey, took a big bite, and…it was awful. I looked over...

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