Doctrine, Principles & Gospel Discussions
Easter : The Atonement and the Principle of Grace
How can we be commanded to be perfect? How is it that His yoke is easy? As we approach Easter, a study of the Atonement and the often-misunderstood principle of Grace point to the answer.
Easter and the Cross : A Mormon Perspective
Why don't we hold up the cross as a symbol of our faith? Is Easter as significant to us as it is to the rest of Christianity?
Celebration, Observance, and Activities
A New Tradition of Easter Giving
Guest author Terrie Lynn Bittner says, “Are you looking for a way to give more meaning to Easter? Try this basket that gives something more important than chocolate and jelly beans!”
Five Tips For a more Spiritual Easter
LDS author Terrie Lynn Bittner offers her Easter suggestions.
Post Easter Soup
Use the ingredients from Easter supper to make a delicious, healthful soup.
A Christ-Centered Easter - Book Review
Janet and Joe Hales provide a wonderful system for refocusing Easter on Jesus Christ. This is a great resource for anybody whose tummies and souls are stuffed by one too many hollow bunnies and stale marshmallow chicks covered in plastic grass. NEW!
Two Books To Help Observe Holidays
As we approach religious Holidays there are two things we’re likely to do: cook and go to church! If we want to enhance our family’s experience, we’ll share the fruits of both these labors with others. Here are two books that may help make these activities smoother and far more flavorful: How to Be a Perfect Stranger, by Stuart M. Matlins and Arthur J. Magida, and To every Season, by Jane Breskin Zalben
For God So Loved the World - Book Review
This John 3:16 children’s book isn’t specific to Easter, but highlights the Savior’s Atoning Sacrifice and Eternal Life as the ultimate gift. Highly appropriate to the season!