Living Faith

What patriotism means to Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor "I’m learning that some of the greatest miracles God sends are the miracles that come after the miracle we thought we needed didn’t come," said Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor, who died in Afghanistan in 2018.
1 day, 1 family, 5 mission calls: The Faylor quintuplets prepare for missionary service As quintuplets, Joshua, Jonathan, Joseph, Nataleigh and Cathryn Faylor have experienced all of life's ups and downs together — but will be separated for the first time as they each prepare to serve a full-time mission.
Music & the Spoken Word: Remembering Pointe du Hoc In the early hours of D-Day, Rangers scaled the 100-foot sheer cliffs of Pointe du Hoc in France to help liberate Europe. Why did they do it? Lloyd Newell explores in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: What one gymnast learned from the sidelines about the Savior When President Bonnie H. Cordon recently attended a gymnastics meet, her eyes were drawn to “a sparkly-eyed gymnast” doing her teammates’ floor routines from the sidelines. Here's what she posted on social media about the experience.
Cardinal Dolan, Elder Cook and other religious leaders detail why defending religious freedom is essential During Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit, Cardinal Timothy Dolan and other leaders spoke of the need for "the freedom to carry the convictions of a faith-armed conscience into our public lives."
Organists celebrate 1st anniversary of Piping Up! online series with special concert, virtual tours All five Tabernacle and Temple Square organists will perform — separately and together — during the Piping Up! first anniversary concert June 30 at noon.
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe testifies of the living prophet of God “I believe that God lives and continues to bless His children upon the earth through the voice of His living prophets — just as He did in times of old,” BYU's Tom Holmoe said during an Ensign College campus devotional.
Why Sister Aburto has spoken about mental health in general conference and what she hopes we learn from her messages Sister Reyna Isabel Aburto gives insight into why she has chosen to speak so much about mental health, supporting one another and finding hope in the Savior.
‘A celebration of faith’: Church members mark 60th anniversary of missionary work in the Philippines The Church's 60th anniversary in Philippines celebrates the foundation of faith of the country's pioneers and looks to the future with five temples under construction or announced.
Music & the Spoken Word: The armor of light We will certainly need strength in the future as we have in the past — the strength that comes from looking for the good and holding on to faith, from putting on “the armour of light,” writes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square.
This Father’s Day on Social: Church leaders pay tribute to and share lessons from fathers "Fathers, know that you are loved and admired. Know that you are crucial in the great plan of salvation and that you are crucial to the strength and stability of your family," Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles wrote.
Music & the Spoken Word: A lesson on an airplane Strengthening yourself spiritually, emotionally and physically puts you in a better position to offer the help you want to give, shares Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: What is the Holy Ghost teaching you this week as you study the scriptures? Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace invites his social media followers to share with him what the Holy Ghost has taught them each week as they study the scriptures with "Come, Follow Me."