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October 2015 Home Teaching Message: "Finish with Your Torch Still Lit"

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

In ancient Greece, runners competed in a relay race called a lampadedromia. 1  In the race, runne...


Could You Pass this 1857 Home Teaching Interview?

by Jannalee Rosner | Fun Mormon Life

In the early years of the Church in the Salt Lake Valley, a "home missionary" program was started to help m...


September 2015 Home Teaching Message: "Families and Prayer"

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

Once, as I sat by my father’s bedside through the night, he talked about his childhood. He spoke of the lov...


August 2015 Home Teaching Lesson: "Stand As a Light"

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

I have had the privilege of attending many cultural celebrations held in conjunction with temple dedication...


Dealing with Diversity in the Church: 7 Insights From the Life of Christ

by Mormon Basics | Mormon Life

MR says: How can we not only learn to live with but come to truly love all of our ward members? We bel...


June 2015 Home Teaching Message: "Families Can Be Together Forever"

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

The priesthood power to bind families eternally is one of the greatest gifts of God. Every person who under...


LDS Week in Review: 5 Must-Read Stories (May 23 - May 29)

by LDS Living Staff | Mormon Life

Health Update: Elder Perry's Cancer Now in His Lungs Elder Perry's cancer was reported terminal this Friday...

May 2015 Home Teaching Lesson: General Conference

by LDS Living Staff | Lesson Helps

Share with your families your favorite conference talks. Why were these talks in particular so meaningful t...


Church Announces Home & Visiting Teaching Management Coming Soon to LDS.org

by LDS Media Talk | From the Church News from Utah Lesson Helps

The following email was recently sent to Latter-day Saints who use the Leader and Clerk Resources section o...


5 Ways to Support Military Families in Your Ward

by Alexis Sanders | Mormon Life

1. Be friendly.  “Accept us as part of the ward, even if you know we won’t be there very long. Build a...