Living Faith

The Church is filling food bank shelves from coast to coast, thanks to a good harvest Here's a look at how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is increasing its efforts to provide food for those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic and recent natural disasters.
Sarah Jane Weaver: The word I learned after the 2011 tsunami in Japan that has great meaning today Ganbaru means to hold on or to stand firm. After a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami struck Japan in March 2011, Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver met with Church members who exemplify ganbaru.
You can be part of Temple Square Christmas concerts this year. Here’s how The Church is calling for Christmas performance submissions for the annual Temple Square Christmas concerts, which will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rebecca Mehr: Essential partners in the work of salvation and exaltation Rebecca Mehr of the Relief Society general board shares what she learned about women and priesthood power while serving with her husband as mission leaders in the West Indies.
This week on social: How general conference is like standing on the beach There are two ways Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon discovers the “seashells” of general conference — listening to the talks and marking a printed copy of each talk.
Elder Renlund emphasizes the importance of personal revelation in the age of COVID-19 in #HearHim video In the latest video in the #HearHim series, Elder Dale G. Renlund shares what he has learned about the importance of listening to the Spirit and seeking personal revelation.
The Candy Bomber is turning 100. Here’s a look at why this WWII hero is still smiling and kneeling for nightly prayer Latter-day Saint Gail Halvorsen, known to many as the "Candy Bomber," will turn 100 years old on Oct. 10. He still makes a point of kneeling to say his bedtime prayers.
Boyd Matheson: The exclamation point of the final ‘amen’ is a single word — onward The "amen" at the close of President Russell M. Nelson's final address was not the end of conference. "The 'amen' was a clarion and united declaration, that each of us was ready to enlist in pressing forward," Boyd Matheson writes.
Yvonne Hubert: Priesthood power ‘in the very hour’ "Anyone striving to keep covenants with the Lord can choose to receive God's priesthood power into his or her life," writes Yvonne Hubert of the Young Women general board.
How indexing, family history has increased with President Nelson’s invitation amid COVID-19 President Russell M. Nelson invited Latter-day Saints to increase participation in family history while temples are closed. According to FamilySearch, indexing has increased and more names are being added.
Scott Taylor: What I know now of tomatoes and jalapeños, crocodiles and cheetahs — and general conference "Some of the greatest instructions that we can receive and many of the most powerful warnings that can safeguard us will originate in our own ordinary experiences," taught Elder David A. Bednar.