Living Faith

Music & the Spoken Word: The reason for the season There is something we can do to help make Christmas more joyful for ourselves and others: we can focus on the reason for the season, Lloyd Newell shares in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
Centenarian looks to participate in Mesa temple rededication — 94 years after attending original 1927 dedication The Mesa Arizona Temple has been a focus for 101-year-old Oakley J Ray, from attending the 1927 dedication to his sealing and those of his children.
How the Uchtdorf family focuses their Christmas traditions on Jesus Christ "We know that we can embrace and enjoy wonderful Christmas traditions the best way by keeping them focused on the center of Christmas, which is our Savior Jesus Christ," Sister Harriet Uchtdorf said.
How the Relief Society general presidency and Latter-day Saint Charities are empowering families to improve children’s health A new educational effort provides information to families on how to improve child nutrition and well-being, especially in the crucial first 1,000 days of life.
‘A Christmas at the St. George Temple’ provides nightly opportunities for visitors to feel the Christmas spirit "We believe many will feel the love of our Savior and will be touched by His spirit of truth by being here for story and music,” said Elder Kent Tingey, director of the St. George Utah Temple Visitors' Center.
‘Church wasn’t canceled — it just moved outside’: How England’s most northerly congregation aided neighbors following Storm Arwen A small branch provided Sabbath help following devastating Storm Arwen that resulted in three deaths, major property damage and 300,000 without power.
What these bishops’ storehouse managers in North Carolina learned about the Church Welfare program “When people walked through the door they would almost get blown away by feeling the spirit of that place. It is a wonderful place," said Cliff Blood, who has served at the bishops' storehouse.
Music & the Spoken Word: An invitation to hope This story is about a baby, a mother, shepherds, angels and a star. But more than that, it’s a story about a promise fulfilled, shares Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: Church leaders share messages of gratitude President Russell M. Nelson, President Jean B. Bingham, Elder Gary E. Stevenson and Brother Brad R. Wilcox were among those who used social media to express gratitude for their blessings this week.
BYU research suggests how to have a deeper, richer gratitude this Thanksgiving When individuals recognize how much they owe to God, they have a more fulfilling gratitude in their lives and are more able to pay it forward, a pair of BYU researchers found.
Music & the Spoken Word: A virtue for every season of life Gratitude — for life, for blessings, for the Giver of this beautiful world and everything in it — is a timeless and timely virtue, Lloyd Newell shares in this week's Music & the Spoken Work with the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square.
What 2 BYU–Idaho professors have learned from gathering stories of those who leave then return to the covenant path “Reading these stories has reminded me that we have two things that are eternal, and that is time and love,” said Sarah Hafen d’Evegnée, BYU–Idaho professor and daughter of Elder Bruce C. Hafen.
One year after #GiveThanks, Church members express gratitude again for a prophetic invitation President Russell M. Nelson invited people to flood the earth with social media messages using #GiveThanks on Nov. 20, 2020. It's the anniversary of the resulting week of grateful posts.