- Seeing Beyond the Leaf
- A Classroom of Faith, Hope, and Charity
- An Invitation to Study the Book of Mormon
- The Power of God unto Salvation
- A Great Question is Just the Beginning
- Teaching Teachers: Five Features of Effective Teacher Training
- Improving Learning and Teaching: A Conversation with Russell T. Osguthorpe
- Thoughts on Reclaiming the History of Relief Society
- Moroni and Pahoran
- The Fifth Principle of the Gospel
- Review: The Joseph Smith Papers, Documents, Volumes 1–2
History teaches us not only about the leaves of existence. It also teaches about the twigs, branches, trunks, and roots of life. And these lessons are important.
Let us remember that those who sit in your classrooms are some of the most spiritually sensitive sons and daughters of God that have ever entered mortality.
When I read the Book of Mormon, I try to know the character of Jesus Christ: How he really is. Every time that Jesus Christ speaks, I pay attention to it because it’s his very words.