Setting the stage with his conversion story, author Arthur Henry King sheds light on the importance of having the fullness of the gospel in our lives. He states: “Today, we are living in a world that, having gone down from religious principles, is looking for an escape. That is why we have drugs and gambling. . . They are a substitute. They are a means of being able to endure a life that is unendurable outside the gospel. My own experience is that life is unendurable outside the gospel. That is the kind of thing that we have to get home to our young people.” “. . . It is not possible to live at the level that the Lord requires except through religion. Leave a society to act on the moral level, and it will decline as society in the West during the last two hundred years has declined.” While the title may sound as merely another parenting book, it was written as a call to arm all of God’s children, because we each will come to understand salvation and happiness through our personal commitments to light, truth and faith.