LDS Living Magazine: March/April 2013
by LDS Living
Table of Contents
The Best Advice I Have Ever Received
Many of us have mottos we live our lives by, or pieces of advice shared by others that have changed the way we think and act on a daily basis. So, we wanted to know—what’s the best advice you’ve ever received? Check out these gems of wisdom from our readers and many well-known Mormons.
—BY LDS LIVING STAFF
Finding Joy in the Gospel: Converts Share Their Stories
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints come from all walks of life, and their journeys of faith are as varied as the places they come from. But despite the differences, Latter-day Saints all share one thing in common: a conviction to follow Christ and a joy that comes from living the fullness of the gospel.
—BY KAELA WORTHEN
What Not to Say to Stay-at-Home or Working Moms
Motherhood is a full-time job in and of itself. But that doesn’t mean all LDS mothers are in their ideal circumstances, and sometimes thoughtless words by well-meaning observers can cause women to become defensive about their lifestyle. Here are some phrases to avoid when speaking to stay-at-home moms or mothers in the workforce.
—BY JESSICA CARTER
RSVP: Responding to the Call to Serve
The full impact of the missionary age change announcement six months ago has yet to be seen. But what can be seen now, as the first responders to the lowered age policy enter the mission field this spring, is the impact this invitation is having on a generation of prospective missionaries.
—BY SUNNY MORTON
The Church in India
India is a country of many adjectives: vibrant, busy, noisy, spiritual, crowded, friendly. But when it comes to the country’s Latter-day Saints, there’s one adjective that tops all—pioneering. Its nearly 10,000 members of the Church are taking hold of their proverbial handcarts, challenging tradition, and boldly paving the trail from a culture of man to a culture of Christ.
—BY BRIANA STEWART
Sensational Slow Cooker Concoctions
Take a trip around the world with these delicious and delightfully simple dishes for dinner and dessert. Let your slow cooker do the work while still impressing your family and friends—and satisfying even the pickiest of eaters—by serving these fantastic flavors.
—BY SIX SISTERS
Just Asking: J. Kirk Richards
J. Kirk Richards is a favorite among admirers of contemporary spiritual artwork. The majority of his paintings focus on the life of Christ, and he recently released a book of his artwork centering around the nativity. He gives LDS Living readers a sneak peek into the life of an artist.
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