Living Faith

Latter-day Saint couple falls in love again after wife’s memory loss Laura and Brayden Faganello were married July 14, 2016. Nine months later, Laura suffered a traumatic head injury that caused her to lose many of her long-term memories — including marrying Brayden. Here's how they fell in love, again.
Thanksgiving service project at Provo MTC will help feed 140,000 families The Provo MTC's Thanksgiving Day service project produced some 350,000 meal kits to provide food for 140,000 families, all packaged by 1,516 missionary volunteers in just two hours.
5 thoughts from Latter-day Saint leaders on the meaning of gratitude As thoughts turn to counting blessings during this Thanksgiving season, here are thoughts from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the meaning of gratitude and thankfulness.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What President and Sister Nelson did to help one young woman feel the Lord’s peace In a country of 97 million and in a hotel filled with thousands, the Lord relied on two people — a prophet and a counselor — to speak to one.
The Church just released ‘The Christ Child’ video. Here are 5 things that set it apart from other versions of the Nativity story The film "The Christ Child" tells the familiar story of Christ's birth in a surprisingly new and meaningful way. Here are five interesting facts and details about Nativity story and why it's different.
Video: How Southeast Asia Latter-day Saints are destined to be a force for good President Russell M. Nelson and Elder D. Todd Christofferson speak of their love for Latter-day Saints in Southeast Asia and how they are an integral part to moving the work of the Lord forward.
Why the Houston City mayor specifically asked Latter-day Saint missionaries to help with a service event To have the mayor of the nation's fourth-largest city reaching out to missionaries to participate in important city activities is a credit to the service they provide.
Light the World campaign encourages all to serve as Christ did — one by one To help light the world this Christmas season, the Church is encouraging people to every day think of someone they can help or invite, and minister to them as the Savior did, one by one.
How family history became more real to me while shadowing Elders Uchtdorf, Bednar in Europe What shadowing Elder Uchtdorf and Elder Bednar during visits to their respective homelands taught this Church News reporter about the parable of the "penny-wage."
This man received a call personally from the prophet to be a temple missionary. 40 years later, he’s performed over 13,000 endowments Dennis Preece has performed more than 13,000 temple ordinances since 1974. He turns 70 on Thanksgiving Day and has no plans to slow down.
Brother Owen explains why young adults should be interested in the new Children and Youth program Brother Stephen W. Owen, Young Men general president, spoke during a devotional at BYU–Hawaii on Nov. 5, about the principles of the new Children and Youth program that will be launched in 2020.
How are you bearing the name of Christ? This General Authority says to keep these 2 things in mind Elder Robert C. Gay of the Presidency of the Seventy spoke on how to become more valiant in bearing Christ's name, during an LDS Business College devotional on Nov. 5.
Why former Utah Jazz player Thurl Bailey says his son’s mission has put him ‘ahead of the game’ at Marquette University One year after finishing his missionary service, Brendan Bailey is entering his sophomore season at Marquette prepared to make noise in the college basketball world.
Latter-day Saint Women podcast offers new ways to connect with women leaders throughout Church history In early 2019, the Church launched a new podcast called "Latter-day Saint Women." Here's how it's changing the narrative about women leaders throughout history.