Living Faith

Primary general presidency shares 26 ways children can ‘Light the World’ during Christmas season “Children love to serve and do it so naturally,” Primary General President Joy D. Jones said. “Let’s unleash their enthusiasm and power." Here are 26 ways children can #LightTheWorld this season.
Scott Taylor: Turning #GiveThanks notes into a page in my personal journal of gratitude President Russell M. Nelson's recent invitation to #GiveThanks is motivating Church News managing editor Scott Taylor to again write in his personal gratitude journal.
Church leaders respond to President Nelson’s invitation to #GiveThanks Since Friday, President Russell M. Nelson, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other Church leaders have posted on social media using #GiveThanks. Here are quotes from their posts.
Watch: How a woman in India was prepared for her mother’s death by learning about the plan of salvation In the new video “God Has a Plan for You,” Renu Singh of India tells how she was introduced to the Church through the missionaries and found hope in the plan of salvation after her mother's death.
Tad R. Callister: The best defense is a good offense "As we help our children take the spiritual offense, we put Satan on the defense, and thus hasten the day when Satan will no longer have power over the hearts of the children of men," writes Tad R. Callister.
John Bytheway: Power of the Aaronic Priesthood theme can change the world Parents, youth leaders, children and even grandparents can embrace the purpose-affirming message that embodies the Aaronic Priesthood quorum theme, John Bytheway writes.
What it takes to be a disciple-leader, according to Elder Kim B. Clark “Brothers and sisters, the Lord Jesus Christ invites us to become His true disciples and more and more like Him,” Elder Kim B. Clark said during the Ensign College devotional on Nov. 10.
Sarah Jane Weaver: A lesson in love and understanding from Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin "The gospel of Jesus Christ connects all of us; compassion, understanding and love define our perspectives. It is a beautiful lesson I learned on a quiet afternoon in 1997 in Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin’s office," Sarah Jane Weaver writes.