Remembering the Joy of Christmas
The holiday season is a time of reflecting gratefully on those experiences that have drawn us closer to our family and the Savior. These touching, true Christmas stories will warm your heart and help you remember the blessings in your own life.
BY VARIOUS AUTHORS
A World of Hope
In 1985, a special fast for the famine victims of Ethiopia sparked a flood of donations that far exceeded the Church’s expectations. This act of generosity by Latter-day Saints marked the beginning of what would become LDS Charities—which has been spreading hope and healing throughout the world ever since.
BY JAMIE ARMSTRONG
Thoughts from a Mormon in Prison
Through my journey behind bars, I have learned that no path is too dark, no situation too dire, to fully embrace the redemptive power of Christ’s Atonement.
AUTHOR’S NAME WITHHELD
Why I Left the Church Is Also Why I Came Back
As a member of the Church, there was one point in my life when I knew—I had seen, and I had felt, and I had been there. Then, in the blink of an eye, it was all just gone.
BY M.C. SUTTON
Changing the World with Chocolate
Church member and world-class chocolatier Art Pollard is making the world a sweeter place, one chocolate bar at a time.
BY JAKE HEALEY
The Church in New Caledonia
In the middle of the South Pacific lies a group of islands where palm trees mix with pines, modernity mixes with tradition, and customs mix with beliefs. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Caledonia rely on their faith, on sacrifice, and on one another to live the gospel with all their hearts.
BY MINDY LEAVITT
Winning Fudge Recipes
We asked LDS Living readers to submit their best recipes for our recent fudge contest. And though we saw a variety of unique and tasty submissions, it came down to these delicious concoctions. From classic chocolate to whimsical cherry walnut, you’re sure to find a new favorite from these winning recipes.
BY LDS LIVING READERS
Just Asking: Sister Kristen M. Oaks
We recently talked with Sister Kristen M. Oaks, beloved wife of Elder Dallin H. Oaks. She shared with us her thoughts on being an apostle’s wife, stepmom, and writer, as well as her passion for helping families make their homes more holy places.
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