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“Enjoy an inspiring pump-up as prophets and apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recite Doctrine and Covenants section 4. This beloved revelation reminds us that “a marvelous work is about to come forth among the children of men” and that “if ye have desires to serve God ye are called to the work.” Leaders like Jeffrey R. Holland, Russell M. Nelson, and David A. Bednar have already thrust in their sickles. What are you waiting for?”
Moroni 1–6: “To Keep Them in the Right Way”
Julie’s novels are hailed by critics and she has been called “a modern master of historical fiction” and “a celestially inspired storyteller.” She has written multiple award-winning novels for children and young adults, including Printz Honor winner The Passion of Dolssa and Odyssey Honor winner The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place. Lovely War (2019) was a New York Times bestseller and Wall Street Journal Best Children’s Book of 2019.
What does it mean to be steadfast and immovable in the gospel during times of chaos? Sister Reyna I. Aburto, Second Counselor in the General Relief Society Presidency, talks with Yahosh Bonner about how the hard things in our lives can create a firm foundation in Christ that will help us to “be of good cheer” despite the difficulties of our days (3 Nephi 1:13).
The woman at the well is a story that teaches us that all who drink of the Living Water, even Jesus Christ, will never thirst again. This video shows the significance of the historical setting and its placement immediately following that of Nicodemus, a member of the Sanhedrin. John’s comparison of the adulteress Samaritan woman to that of a male Jewish ruler, provides powerful insights as to how all, no matter our status in life, can be purified by the grace of the Savior Jesus Christ.
Nephi’s father, Helaman, had urged his sons to “remember, remember”: he wanted them to remember their ancestors, remember the words of the prophets, and most of all remember “our Redeemer, who is Christ” (see Helaman 5:5–14).
“The pandemic has unnerved everyone globally, and members of the Church have been similarly affected. Some people have asked me, “When will we have seminary again?” and “When will the Church reinstitute institute classes?” There is no perfect answer since so much depends on local circumstances and the restrictions for local schools.”
The Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum, were shot and killed while under the protection of the state of Illinois in Carthage Jail. The jail and its rooms are shown in this virtual storytelling tour!
Andrew and Sal created a graphic novel adaption of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. It is called Pillar of Light: Joseph Smith’s First Vision. Many young people are drawn to the…