- Copyright Page
- Lessons from Liberty Jail
- Khirbet Beit Lei and the Book of Mormon: An Archaeologist’s Evaluation
- The Rod of Iron in Lehi’s Dream
- Internal Evidence of Widespread Literacy in the Book of Mormon
- Active Learning and the Savior’s Nephite Ministry
- “Peaceable Followers of Christ” in Days of War and Contention
- Fostering Conversion through Faith-Inspired Actions
- “See That Ye Do Them”
- Outreach: A Conversation with James E. Faulconer
- Joseph Smith’s Childhood Illness
- Saints and Sickness: Medicine in Antebellum America and the Latter-day Saints
- Medical Terms Used by Saints in Nauvoo and Winter Quarters, 1839–48
- Deaths in Early Nauvoo, Illinois, 1839–46, and in Winter Quarters, Nebraska, 1846–48
- Why the Ohio? Why Anything in My Life? Lessons from the Command to Gather
- The University of Nauvoo, 1841–45
- The Doctrine and Covenants: A Roundtable Discussion, Part 2
- For Heaven’s Sake: A Review of N. T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope
- Serving Students: A Conversation with Chad H. Webb
"When we are in dire circumstances and want to cry 'Where art Thou?' it is imperative that we remember He is right there with us—where He has always been!"
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
"Students who regularly employ and practice faith-inspired actions will, in time, come to interact with the Holy Ghost in a proficient and effective manner and thereby be on the path of true conversion.
Allan D. Rau
Faithful obedience requires moving forward when we may not see God's hand, with faith that we someday will." (see D&C 38:7-8). Not knowing all the "whys" of life may then be by divine design.