Living Faith

Tabernacle Choir announces rescheduled 2021 tour dates for its European tour The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square announced the new dates for their 2021 European tour. Originally planned for 2020, the tour was postponed due to COVID-19 limitations.
How to make teaching relevant and ‘astonishing’ addressed in Seminaries and Institutes broadcast During the 2020 Seminaries and Institutes of Religion Annual Training Broadcast, Sister Reyna Isabel Aburto and Sister Michelle Craig joined panelists in answering questions on teaching principles and practices.
Elder Soares’ 5 principles in ‘becoming’ and helping others to become Elder Ulisses Soares reminded seminary and institute leaders of their dual responsibility to both “become” and to assist youth and young adults in their own journeys of becoming.
How the Church and NAACP are modeling true partnership and racial harmony The partnership between the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is just two years old. Here's a look at why the partnership is a model for how to create racial harmony.
‘Brief Theological Introductions’: How the Book of Mormon teaches community, faith, forgiveness and more The six scholars who wrote the second half of the series "The Book of Mormon: Brief Theological Introductions" spoke with the Church News about their insights.
How actively seeking Christ’s voice can change you, Elder and Sister Clayton discuss Elder Weatherford T. Clayton and his wife, Sister Lisa Clayton, testified to BYU–Idaho students via livestream how to "Hear Him," and how hearing Him can bless one's life.
Church partners with Farmers Feeding Utah program to help Navajo Reservation amid COVID-19 As part of an ongoing effort to assist the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated 250 live sheep to the Navajo Nation in Utah this month.
Sarah Jane Weaver: The surprising lesson I learned about race from an unexpected friend "Conversations about race need to start in our homes. From there they will flow into our communities and elevate our nations," writes Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver.
This week on social: 2 missionaries creatively produced Facebook ad about Christ’s peace, reached thousands This week on social media, Church leaders spread messages about finding peace in Christ, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Young Women organization and using technology creatively in missionary work.
‘Helping Hands’ volunteers from 6 states offer help after Michigan flooding Helping Hands volunteers came from 175 cities across six states to offer help and relief to Midland, Michigan, residents after a historic flood devastated their homes on May 19.
Boyd Matheson: 1 year after historic Rome temple dedication, apostles exemplify ‘whatsoever place ye cannot go ye shall send’ For a season, prophets and apostles have not been able to travel as they have in the recent past. But they are each sending their testimony and special witness to all the world by myriad means.