Living Faith

How members of different faiths became friends while cleaning up around Portland Latter-day Saints and Muslims worked together for hours to pick up trash around the Portland, Oregon, area. Now more faith groups are using JustServe to plan other cleanup events.
‘Reppin’ the Y.’: Holmoe, Darger on unique roles of BYU sports, student-athletes and the Honor Code Tom Holmoe and Liz Darger explain how BYU student-athletes represent not only themselves, their teams and the families but also the university and the Church.
Watch: Latter-day Saint teen/soccer pro Olivia Moultrie featured in faith-filled, Church-produced video A new Church video features Latter-day Saint teen Olivia Moultrie discussing life as a pro-soccer player and remaining anchored to her faith and family.
What Church leaders and members are saying about the new emotional resilience course Topics covered in the emotional resilience course include developing healthy thinking patterns, managing stress and anxiety, understanding sadness and depression and building healthy relationships.
Elder Bangerter sees ‘bonds of friendship’ during Philippines’ Week of Prayer for Christian Unity “The Savior’s prayerful pleading for unity became the hallmark of his intercessory prayer, and therefore, should be at the heart of our lives," Elder Steven R. Bangerter said.
Brother John G. Bytheway: A message to young men about a Friday night ‘gathering’ and temple blessings Brother John G. Bytheway of the Young Men general advisory council writes about a recent "gathering of Israel" experience for a group of young men at the Jordan River Utah Temple.
Church releases ‘Muslims and Latter-day Saints: Beliefs, Values, and Lifestyles’ to enhance understanding between 2 faiths Elder Bednar and Elder Gong previewed the new 35-page pamphlet in October and speak of the two faiths in an accompanying video.
From an unstable childhood to a confident missionary: Elder Gutierrez’s story Dominic Gutierrez didn’t think he had a purpose and didn’t believe that God existed. Then one day, he remembered something that would change his life forever.
More than just sewing fabric — Days for Girls service project changes lives of givers and receivers Thousands of Californians responded to a JustServe project to sew Days for Girls kits to send to Africa. Their efforts mean young women will be able to stay in school longer.
Scott Taylor: Avoiding a ‘corporate ladder’ mentality in missionary service While serving as president of the Arizona Phoenix Mission, Church News managing editor Scott Taylor taught his missionaries, "It doesn't matter where you serve but rather how you serve."
How to avoid being deceived by Babylon’s band, according to President Kusch The Babylon that exists today is not a physical place, but a representation of everything in the world seeking to weaken faith and loyalty to Jesus Christ, President Kusch told Ensign College students.
Counseling together in Young Women classes and Aaronic Priesthood quorums What is the purpose of the "Counsel Together" section of the "Come, Follow Me" lesson outlines for Young Women and Aaronic Priesthood? Here's what the Young Women general presidency says.
What President Henry J. Eyring taught BYU–Idaho students about tests of honor during the COVID-19 pandemic "Almost all blessings are predicated on doing the right things when the costs seem too high or even unfair," President Henry J. Eyring taught BYU–Idaho students during a devotional on Jan. 11.
In first BYU devotional of the year, President Worthen discusses a trait that ‘will change your life dramatically’ In his first address to students during a new semester and a new year, BYU President Kevin J Worthen shares how humility leads to joy.
3 ways to build a spiritual foundation on the ‘rock of our Redeemer,’ President and Sister Ashton tell BYU–Pathway students Building a spiritual foundation on Jesus Christ involves choosing to trust God, keeping the commandments and making and keeping covenants, President and Sister Ashton tell BYU–Pathway Worldwide students.
How the Deseret Mill and Pasta Plant produced a record 1 million cases of food in 2021 Even with so many challenges in 2021, the Church's Deseret Mill and Pasta Plant in Kaysville, Utah, produced a record one million cases of food for those in need around the world.