Living Faith

Watch: President Nelson says fill ‘personal spiritual storehouses’ and seek to #HearHim to endure trials “When we seek to truly hear His Son, we will be guided to know what to do in any circumstance,” President Nelson said in a new video released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Sarah Jane Weaver: 5 important lessons from home MTC "For months amid the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, our home had been an office, a college campus and a high school classroom," Church News Editor Sarah Jane Weaver writes. Here's what she learned once it became an MTC.
President of BYU-Pathway Worldwide shares three ways students can remember ‘By Whom We are Led’ Education is about more than income, prestige or validation, BYU-Pathway Worldwide President Clark G. Gilbert tells students during online devotional broadcast Sept. 22.
Brittany Beattie: A promise for every covenant-keeping woman As a single woman, Brittany Beattie, a member of the Primary general board, said she has often wished she had a husband to counsel with. Here's what she has learned about how her covenants enhance her ability to counsel with the Lord.
This week on social: Elder Holland testifies of the power of hope amidst trials Elder Jeffrey R. Holland’s advice on social media this week to anyone who may be struggling is to “be hopeful, be happy, and smile. Remember that God is on your side. He is not an angry, vicious God trying to trip you. He is for you — not against you.”
BYU–Idaho students have a ‘duty’ to battle COVID-19 BYU–Idaho President Henry J. Eyring outlined what measures are being taken to keep students safe from the novel coronavirus, and what students will be expected to do in order to help keep the campus safe and open, on Sept. 15.
New Book of Mormon Videos episode depicts Moroni finishing and burying the plates, Joseph Smith finding them The new episode will be the last of the Book of Mormon Videos series to be published before 2022. Further filming has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
Kaylene Harding: The ‘profound implications’ of the priesthood restoration Kaylene Harding, a member of the Primary general board, shares some of the profound implications the restoration of the priesthood has had in her life.
How Elder Holland’s friendship with an evangelical leader has built ‘historic bridges’ In a recent episode of the Building Bridges podcast, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Dr. George Wood discuss their decade-long friendship and what it means for the Latter-day Saint and evangelical communities.
Tad Callister: Putting together the ‘gospel puzzle’ Understanding the correlation between doctrinal principles can give one a new and broader perspective — somewhat like looking at a completed puzzle rather than viewing each piece individually.
This Week on Social: Elder and Sister Rasband explain how to look for miracles in the ongoing Restoration Leaders shared on social media this week about their birthdays, how to be immersed in the word of the Lord and how to see more miracles and lessons from the scriptures.
Latter-day Saint Women podcast offers unique insights into women’s roles around the world The Latter-day Saint Women podcast is shifting its focus in an exciting new way. Learn more about the new episodes from the podcast co-hosts, Shalyn Back and Karlie Guymon.
Boyd Matheson: President Nelson’s principled patterns for living — 96 years in the making In honor of President Russell M. Nelson's 96th birthday, Boyd Matheson wrote, "His principles, and how he lives, tell a most extraordinary story that can inspire, drive, shape and empower the rest of us to discover and do the same."
BYU president offers 4 hopes for students during first devotional after restart of in-person classes As BYU students gather again on campus for the start of in-person classes, President Kevin J Worthen spoke on the importance of a "key gospel concept."