I #GiveThanks for my family. As I look back on my life, I can honestly say that my family is one of the Lord’s greatest gifts to me. I…
Clint tells how a single moment changed his life from being the fidgety classmate to discovering his talent because of one teacher who saw potential. Be the one to create moments of hope, he says.
When her mother became ill, Renu Singh needed answers and began seeking truth and understanding from various churches in India. She was introduced to the Church and met missionaries who helped her learn about God’s plan of salvation. The hope and knowledge that came with her baptism helped prepare Renu for her mother’s death.
How do you #HearHim? Elder Jeffrey R. Holland says that vocalizing our prayers can foster greater communication with God.
When Jesus healed the crippled woman as told in Luke 13, he shows how we too can become free from what binds us and holds us captive through the healing touch of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
We can take solace in remembering that, like us, those in ancient times didn’t always have their prayers answered immediately.
After a childhood of painful abuse and neglect, Rebekah felt worthless, disgusting, totally confused about her identity, and absolutely sure there was no God. In her many tears, she felt everyone was against her. In her despair, while contemplating ending her life, she felt to ask a friend about his faith. In his response she felt a love and warmth enter the room.
In a virtual session of the G20 Interfaith Forum, Elder Bednar had the opportunity to highlight the important role of religion during the COVID-19 crisis.
How do you #HearHim? Elder Dale G. Renlund says that when life gets busy, private acts of personal devotion allow him to better understand promptings of the Spirit.
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