Despite being born into a family with strong Latter-day Saint roots, Thomas McConkie stopped attending church at the age of 13. About. It is difficult to ignore the similarities between April Giauque’s description of an abuser’s behavior and Satan’s efforts to wear us down: isolation, manipulation, control, despair. In this week's "All In" episode, parenting guru Justin Coulson explains how the Savior's teachings about love, compassion, and mourning with those that mourn apply to the family. Since that time, he has repeatedly seen God’s hand in his battle against OCD. On today’s episode, Bradley shares the foundations of her belief, how she has maintained perspective, and how Christ fills in the gap between where we are and where we are meant to be. But could it be that this is because the Doctrine and Covenants tells an international story that is far from finished? We put a call out on Twitter for questions and Mack Wilberg and Ryan Murphy set out to answer them (and a few of our own) on this week’s episode of “All In.”, Excommunication. And while many say that divinity school tends to weaken faith, he says he has only become more convinced of the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. ❤️❤️❤️, I listen to dozens of podcasts a week and I would say that “All In” is in my top three for relevance and content. Is his guidance always manifest in miraculous ways? Listen to John Groberg and his wife, Jean, open up about their real-life love story and lessons they learned in Tonga that inspired the beloved movies The Other Side of Heaven. It is understandable, then, that many are curious about what this all means in regard to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. This week, Emily and Erik Orton's book, "Seven At Sea," was recommended by The New York Times as one of the best travel reads of the summer but on this week's episode of "All In," the Latter-day Saint couple talks navigating the choppy seas of marriage. We hope you love it as much as we do. Listen to LDS Podcasts with thirty-seven episodes, free! Series host Spencer W. McBride interviews historians and other scholars in a documentary-style podcast about this pivotal event in the history of the Restoration. Prepare for the First Week of Come, Follow Me 2021 Here. Listen on Apple Podcasts What does it mean to be “all in” the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? Category: Religion & Spirituality. On Feb. 9, 2007, Chris Williams and his family were driving home from a night out together when their vehicle was struck by a 17-year-old drunk driver. On this week’s episode, Ford teaches us how our approach to conflict—specifically our willingness to “turn first”—can make all the difference. 2021 What does it mean to be "all in" the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? Three days later, Rebecca returned to that God who gave her life. The Bible in a Year (with Fr. What if there is power in a Christlike attribute we have heard about our entire lives but have barely scratched the surface of understanding? Or does the word "we" represent something more? All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of authors and artists who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you. The show’s writer and director, Dallas Jenkins, believes that exploring faith, especially in relation to the Savior, is something that requires trust. It was "the moment of the games" and one that will be forever etched into Olympic history—the moment when skeleton athlete Noelle Pikus Pace cleared a barricade to jump into the stands and celebrate her silver medal victory with her family. Not only would he look for those lessons, he would record them and share them. On this week’s episode, John Bytheway explores the miracle of Jesus Christ and why that miracle can bring us joy regardless of our age—and even in the midst of a pandemic. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you. Spencer Hyde first began to recognize symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when he was 6 years old. In 2012, amidst cancer treatments, Rebecca Hirschi achieved her goal of running the Boston Marathon. It was also that love and loyalty that took him from her as Maj. Brent Taylor was killed in Afghanistan in 2018. Our bonus episode today is a taste test of LDS Living's new "Sunday on Monday" study group, where host Tammy Uzelac Hall digs into the "Come, Follow Me" lesson with two different friends each week. When the box office numbers from opening weekend roll in following a big Disney release, Brigham Taylor says the top few movie theaters tend to have something in common: they’re located in Utah. But when the reserve of oxygen on the helicopter ran out, Snow recalls feeling a distinct prompting that literally saved her life. . But in a social media world that frequently presents the ideal as day-to-day reality, the couple recently opened up about an underlying struggle that couldn’t be seen in their smiling faces: a battle against pornography addiction. In that commitment, he promised that for the rest of his life he would look for important lessons. All In is a brand new podcast from LDS Living where we explore this question with the help of Latter-day Saints who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you. In the first episode of this series about being single Latter-day Saints, “All In” host Morgan Jones and Mallory Everton, who is best-known for her work on BYUtv’s “Studio C,” discuss their experience as young single adult women in the Church. We’ve been encouraged to use it in sharing messages of light and truth, but our prophet has also issued specific invitations to take a break from it. On this week’s episode, we talk with Abe Mills and Stephen Jones, two black Latter-day Saints, about their experiences with racism within Church culture, the faith of those who came before them, and why they don’t hesitate to share their faith in Jesus Christ. What has Spencer McBride, host of "The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast," learned from devoting years of his life to studying the Prophet's personal letters and journals? Dean describes these things as "muddy," but explains that there are faithful ways to approach seemingly messy aspects of our faith or our Church's history. Last week, we heard two young single adult women discuss their experience as Latter-day Saints but this week, we get the male perspective as “All In” host Erin Hallstrom sits down with two single Latter-day Saint men. Born in Nigeria, raised in London and currently residing in Beijing, Lola Ogunbote is a lawyer-turned-soccer coach who has learned how to prioritize joy in life. New Testament Sunday School - Lesson 36 - “Beloved of God, Called to Be Saints”. There have been two constants in the lives of Mark and Lee Anne Pope—change and the gospel of Jesus Christ. To see all the podcast episodes from the Book of Mormon curriculum, CLICK HERE. Bonus: Casey Griffiths: “In the Middle of the Story”. As a young journalism student at the University of Utah, Heidi Swinton had big dreams of one day working for Newsweek, but a prompting encouraging her to focus on the work of the Lord led her to a different path in life instead. Wendy Ulrich, who recently authored a book on the topic of women’s access to God’s power, explains that there are many ways women are able to, and even expected to, exercise Priesthood power. Scott O'Neil, CEO of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers, doesn't have any hobbies. The Piano Guys' Steven Sharp Nelson has lived many people’s dream as he has traveled the world playing the cello. . 3,969 ratings. In his new book, “A Better Heart,” Tom Christofferson writes, “The gift of charity is enormous in conception, its effect and meaning eternal. The answers might surprise you. Slap a pandemic on top of that and, as we’ve learned in recent weeks, the world truly feels like it is in pandemonium. In the midst of postpartum anxiety and depression, Eric's wife Emily Cook Dyches ran in front of a semitruck. Regardless of whether you feel held captive in an abusive situation like April or trapped by sin or discouragement, April’s story reminds us that there is always hope through the gospel of Jesus Christ. Now, she is determined to share the stories of other women who chose to follow Him as well. On this week’s episode, we discuss the lessons he has learned from loss and the truths he has found in love that lasts forever. Neylan McBaine was raised in New York City by a single mother who also happened to be a singer in the Metropolitan Opera. 4.9. Such wonderful content and information and it’s so helpful in building my testimony! While the “day or hour knoweth no man,” Gerald Lund has devoted years of his life to studying the Second Coming. When asked if she sees incongruity between her career as the drummer of the rock band Neon Trees and her membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elaine Bradley has replied that she finds total incongruity between being a human and being a disciple of Jesus Christ.