Spencer's "First Nephi" has given me a chance to be reconciled to Nephi, and for that I am grateful. Despite all our efforts to make Nephi a symbol of perfect obedience-- for better or worse-- Spencer shows us a human side of Nephi you may miss otherwise.
The memoirs of a Russian Orthodox monk in the last days of the Soviet Union. Truly a colorful cast of characters that shows how faith can shine even in the darkest of times.
Isn't it sad that you can get the same queasy feeling going to the doctor that you do going to a car dealership? Many today are asking how to pay for healthcare. But Dr. Makari asks a question that gets closer to the root: why is healthcare so expensive in the first place?