Living Faith

3 things to keep in mind to endure trials, according to BYU–Hawaii president President John S.K. Kauwe III and his wife, Sister Monica Kauwe, used two Chinese parables to teach BYU–Hawaii students about enduring trials and having integrity in their devotional addresses.
Reindeer bus brings joy and toys to children around Vancouver, Canada, with help of JustServe The employees of Translink BC in Vancouver, Canada, collect items for Toys for Tots every year in a bus decorated to look like a reindeer. This past Christmas, JustServe volunteers added to the effort.
This week on social: The message Apostles shared with government leaders who visited the Washington D.C. Temple open house Elder Quentin L. Cook, Elder D. Todd Christofferson and President Jean B. Bingham were among the Church leaders who shared messages on social media this week.
How music is an unlikely tool that could help ease the burden of refugees in Europe Could a special therapy improve mental health in refugee camps? How powerful musical experiences at a conference held partially in the Salt Lake Tabernacle added momentum to efforts by members of the AMAR Foundation Windsor Dialogue Series Conference.
13 ways the Holy Ghost helps answer the invitation to ‘hear Him’ "Having the influence of the Holy Ghost gives us access to the messages, strength and help that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ desire to give us," taught BYU-Pathway President Brian K. Ashton.
Refugees and immigrants receive laptops and digital literacy training with help from the Church Church funding helped the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants grow its digital literacy efforts in seven cities, ultimately helping hundreds of people.
Latest refugee efforts in Europe: Shoes in Netherlands, suture kits in Switzerland, welcome bags in the United Kingdom These are among the latest efforts of good works by Church members and congregations throughout Europe to help with the Ukrainian refugee crisis.
Music & the Spoken Word: Slow down, be still God could easily amaze with loud, imposing demonstrations, but most of the time He whispers — gently, quietly, softly, Lloyd Newell shares in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.