Living Faith

Why the Bacolod temple announcement is a story of faith and conversion nearly 40 years in the making For one Latter-day Saint Family, President Russell M. Nelson's announcement that a temple would be built in Bacolod, Philippines, had a more personal meaning.
Photos show the final session of October 2019 general conference In addition to building anticipation for next year, President Nelson's closing remarks highlighted changes to the questions bishops ask when assessing the readiness of members to attend the temple.
How the ‘Come, Follow Me’ curriculum is blessing families around the world 1 year later President Russell M. Nelson announced the "Come, Follow Me" curriculum one year ago. Here's how families around the world are being blessed by the new course of study.
Sarah Jane Weaver: Why the policy change of women as witnesses isn’t really a change at all Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver talks about the policy change announced by President Russell M. Nelson during the leadership session of October 2019 general conference.
Boyd Matheson: What happened when Elder Bednar asked 15,000 BYU-Idaho students to listen to the Spirit instead of him Boyd Matheson shares some life lessons he learned from Elder David A. Bednar's BYU-Idaho devotional and from listening to the promptings of the Spirit.
Multi-media exhibit at BYU commemorates 200th anniversary of the First Vision The BYU Harold B. Lee Library has a new exhibit called "A Pillar of Light: Celebrating 200 Years of the First Vision." The exhibit highlights the historic and personal aspects of the First Vision.
How a soccer club in Arizona is ‘fighting for the family’ with no Sunday play In order to compete at the highest level in their sport and still maintain family values, these Arizona soccer enthusiasts started a club of their own: the No Sunday Fútbol Club.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What the LGBT 2015 policy and a BYU devotional taught me about choosing faith Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver opens up about when she first heard of the 2015 LGBT policy and what President Russell M. Nelson's devotional at BYU meant to her.
Boyd Matheson: Nothing will give more confidence than being able to say ‘I know for myself’ At a Brigham Young University devotional, President Russell M. Nelson asked young adults to pray to know whether the apostles and prophets are servants of the Lord.