Living Faith

Music & the Spoken Word: Our ‘songs of loudest praise’ After 19 months of restrictions brought on by the pandemic, the Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra and Bells at Temple Square are performing again in person, Lloyd Newell shares in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: The metaphor President Nelson shared about how and where the Lord wants His children to live "The Book of Mormon centers on Jesus Christ," President Russell M. Nelson wrote in a social media post. "It contains the very heart of His message."
2nd Deseret Industries in Washington has been dedicated and will serve ‘to transform souls’ "From the outside, this may appear to be a thrift store," Elder Gary F. Gessel, Area Seventy, said during the dedicatory service of a new Deseret Industries in Puyallup, Washington. "But there is more than that, taking place inside of this building."
When Elder Rasband was called to a mission he didn’t expect, a verse in the scriptures helped him #HearHim In the latest #HearHim video, Elder Rasband described how the Lord confirmed through the scriptures that the Eastern States Mission was where He wanted him to go.
Holy Ghost is the best study companion, President Johnson teaches during BYU-Pathway devotional The way to learn truth “is to exercise faith and seek to learn, not just with your head through study, but also with a willing heart through faith,” said President Camille N. Johnson to BYU–Pathway students.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned about contributing a ‘drop of good’ from writing an article about a single peach The journey of a single peach from a North Ogden, Utah, farm to the mouths of a hurricane-torn family in Texas is proof that small and simple acts of service accomplish something large.
Silicon Slopes attendees, other volunteers package 1 million meals for Utah Food Bank Silicon Summit Serves collaborated with several nonprofits, including Hunger Fight, JustServe and Latter-day Saint Charities, to organize the food drive during the annual technology summit.
Why the executive director of the Missionary Department calls today a ‘season of miracles’ for missionary work Elder Marcus B. Nash, a General Authority Seventy and executive director of the Church’s Missionary Department, and David N. Weidman, managing director of the Church’s Missionary Department, recently joined the Church News podcast to talk about the ongoing changes to missionary work.
Learn about FamilySearch’s Day of the Dead celebration and find a calendar of daily activities FamilySearch is launching a Day of the Dead celebration to encourage everyone — whether they have Latin American heritage or not — to honor their ancestors.
Using the example of Apollo 13, Bishop Waddell shares 3 ways to ‘stay connected’ to the only source of truth “Our Father in Heaven has provided a variety of resources to assist us in our effort to stay connected to the Savior,” Bishop Waddell explained during the BYU weekly devotional.