Remembering the Relief Society: How to Incorporate Women’s History into Church History

A picture of the Relief Society General Presidency and general board from 1914

With Pioneer Day around the corner, let’s remember the role women have played in Church history—beyond entering the Salt Lake Valley in 1847. A few years ago, I had never heard the names of Zina D. H. Young (third Relief Society General President and suffragette), Jennie Brimhall Knight (one of… Continue reading

Planning Like the Prodigal Son

Time management

I may not be spending my money in ways that drive me from God like the prodigal son did, but how am I spending my time? Nearly every Christian knows the story of the prodigal son, but many may not know what prodigal actually means. If you had asked me… Continue reading

The Book of Mormon Reaches 200 Million Copies

The hastening of the work continues as the Book of Mormon reaches a historic publishing milestone. The Restoration started with a book—a book published in Upstate New York in 1830 with a print run of five thousand copies. Realistically, a book that obscure should be long forgotten, possibly not even… Continue reading