- Front Matter
- Keeping Memory
- Traveling and Standing Ministers: The Commandment to Travel (or Not) in the Joseph Smith-Era Revelations
- Absence of "Joseph Smith" in the Book of Mormon: Lack of the Name Letter Effect in Nephite, Lamanite, and Jaredite Names
- Mark's Unique Contribution
- William Tyndale, John Foxe, and the “Boy That Driveth the Plough”
- Discussing Difficult Topics: The Representation of Women in Today’s Church
- Perspectives from the Global Expansion of Latter-day Saint Religious Education
- In the Footsteps of Peter and Paul: Modern Pioneers in Italy
- The Adolescent Brain and the Atonement: Part 2: The Rescue
We want our people now and in the future to know and understand our history. If they understand the whole story, not just parts of it, their faith will be deepened and strengthened.
Of the many religious reformers who contributed to the Reformation, the Englishman William Tyndale holds a special place in the hearts of the Latter-day Saints.
In consequence of experiences and challenges of adolescence, nearly all teens will stumble over their mortal weaknesses. Compassionate application of the Atonement can rescue many from despair.