Living Faith

When life seems in free fall, grasp the divine parachute, Young Men President Lund tells BYU–I graduates During BYU–Idaho’s spring commencement, Young Men General President Steven J. Lund compared graduates being launched into the career world to a man's experience being shot out of an airplane.
Gospel Library children’s collection gives access to content made just for them This new digital resource in Gospel Library was made for children to be able to navigate by themselves and is designed to be engaging for children with illustrations and child-friendly buttons.
Pioneer Day concert on hiatus — but Tabernacle Choir fans can enjoy online selection from past concerts The pandemic forced the cancellation of the Tabernacle Choir's 2021 Pioneer Day concert, but loyal listeners can still enjoy performances from past concerts while looking forward to the choir's return.
Jason Swensen: Remembering Elder Pinegar’s inclusive invitation — ‘Please join us’ When his young family unwittingly crashed a VIP tour for the Reno Nevada Temple open house, Church News reporter Jason Swensen recalls Elder Rex D. Pinegar's invitation to them.
How I #HearHim: Deaf Latter-day Saint explains how she depends on her eyes to hear the Lord’s voice Jamila, a Latter-day Saint who is deaf, is featured in a new Church video about how she hears the Lord's voice. "For me, it's a visual hearing," she said.
Young Women general leaders: Goals are the process of becoming like Jesus Christ "Our busy lives force us to focus on things we do from day to day, but the development of character comes only as we focus on who we become," writes the Young Women general presidency and advisory council.
Sheri Dew’s response to those who wonder whether prophets, seers and revelators are infallible Flanked by portraits of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Sister Sheri Dew bore witness to BYU–Pathway Worldwide students of prophets on the earth today.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned from a Catholic dean about the necessity of religious liberty and the power of prayer For many years, Notre Dame Law School Dean G. Marcus Cole, a Catholic, gave his frustration to God in prayers. “Great change,” he said, “starts with a prayer.”
Music & the Spoken Word: Mindfulness matters We have to intentionally create mental space for own thoughts and feelings. So instead of mindlessly reacting to life, we can mindfully respond to it, shares Lloyd Newell in the "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
What patriotism means to Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor "I’m learning that some of the greatest miracles God sends are the miracles that come after the miracle we thought we needed didn’t come," said Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor, who died in Afghanistan in 2018.
1 day, 1 family, 5 mission calls: The Faylor quintuplets prepare for missionary service As quintuplets, Joshua, Jonathan, Joseph, Nataleigh and Cathryn Faylor have experienced all of life's ups and downs together — but will be separated for the first time as they each prepare to serve a full-time mission.
Music & the Spoken Word: Remembering Pointe du Hoc In the early hours of D-Day, Rangers scaled the 100-foot sheer cliffs of Pointe du Hoc in France to help liberate Europe. Why did they do it? Lloyd Newell explores in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: What one gymnast learned from the sidelines about the Savior When President Bonnie H. Cordon recently attended a gymnastics meet, her eyes were drawn to “a sparkly-eyed gymnast” doing her teammates’ floor routines from the sidelines. Here's what she posted on social media about the experience.
Cardinal Dolan, Elder Cook and other religious leaders detail why defending religious freedom is essential During Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit, Cardinal Timothy Dolan and other leaders spoke of the need for "the freedom to carry the convictions of a faith-armed conscience into our public lives."