10 Ways Family History Can Help You Sanctify the Sabbath

10 Ways Family History Can Help You Sanctify the Sabbath

From the FamilySearch Blog: Outside of the temple, the home is the most holy sanctuary there is—a place where families are counseled to maintain the spirit and to strengthen familial bonds. Committing to a family-focused Sabbath will sanctify its restorative power and...
Where Do I Start with Home-Centered Gospel Learning?

Where Do I Start with Home-Centered Gospel Learning?

Many people are asking themselves “Where Do I Start with Home-Centered Gospel Learning?” The Church offers many resources to help you tailor you strengthen gospel learning and living at home. Make sure that you are prepared for all of the changes in 2019....
Family History on the Sabbath

Family History on the Sabbath

The Sabbath day is a day of reflection, service, renewing of our covenants, and serving God and others. Prophets have always encouraged us to honor the commandment to keep the Sabbath day holy and improve our Sabbath day worship. In his April 2015 general conference...
Sweeten the Sabbath with Family History

Sweeten the Sabbath with Family History

The Sabbath can be one of the sweetest, most rewarding times to do family history. The article “Sweeten the Sabbath with Family History” in this month’s Ensign and Liahona magazines give some family history activities that are great for Sundays. For...
50 Sabbath Day Activities Your Family Will Love

50 Sabbath Day Activities Your Family Will Love

The Sabbath is a special day, but it can be difficult to think of what a family with children of different ages can do to make Sunday a special, spiritual day. But those families that stick with it until they find their own ways to successfully celebrate the Sabbath...
20 Ideas for Making the Sabbath a Delight

20 Ideas for Making the Sabbath a Delight

The LDS.org blog has published  the article “20 Do’s for Making the Sabbath a Delight” with a list of 20 great ideas on things to do on the Sabbath Day. Since Church leaders issued the call for better Sabbath day observance a year ago, many individuals and...
Share #HisDay About the Sabbath

Share #HisDay About the Sabbath

This Sunday, the Church begins a new social media push for the Sabbath day initiative. The theme is “‪#‎HisDay‬ is for the most important things.” The hope is that many members will post about why Sunday is more than just another day for them. #HisDay is a...
1000+ Activities To Enrich Your Sabbath Day

1000+ Activities To Enrich Your Sabbath Day

The makers of the LDS Kids Video mobile app have published a free guide called 1000+ Activities to Enrich Your Sabbath Day. The guide gives families lots of ideas on how to better observe the Sabbath and spend quality time with the family. You can get your own free...
5 Ways to Make the Sabbath a Delight

5 Ways to Make the Sabbath a Delight

With the challenges in the world around us, honoring the Sabbath helps us to stay spiritually strong. The article “The Sabbath Is a Delight” gives 5 ways to make your Sundays more meaningful. (From the August Liahona). The article “Five Ways to...
LDS Church Leaders Call for Better Observance of Sabbath Day

LDS Church Leaders Call for Better Observance of Sabbath Day

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are urging members around the world to improve their observance of the Sabbath day. In training meetings this year, leaders are receiving instruction on the topic of strengthening faith in God by observing the...
Keep the Sabbath with Family History Work

Keep the Sabbath with Family History Work

Having trouble finding appropriate activities for the Sabbath day? Family history is a great Sunday activity to get the family engaged. Here are three simple ideas you can use with your family: Find a name and take it to the temple. See a simple way to find your...

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