Now sisters can find all the Relief Society resources, messages, and inspiration in one place.
"The Relief Society website has been updated with regular messages from the general presidency, ministering ideas, updates from Relief Society sisters in action around the world, articles about women in the Church making history, and much more," Sister Sharon Eubank says of the new website.
Sister Jean B. Bingham adds, "I like to organize things so I can easily find what I need; that helps me function better. We’ve done the same thing with our Relief Society website. Now you can access resources for hope and help, see what sisters around the world are doing, and listen to inspiration for women on podcasts."
The website features recent messages as well as the sections titled "Work and Purpose," which outlines the purpose of the Relief Society; "Instruction for My Calling," which provides guidance and resources based on different callings within the organization; "Inspiration for Women," which connects sisters to prophetic messages, advice from the general Relief Society presidency, blogs, podcasts, BYU Women's Conference resources, and ministering messages; "Hope and Help," which connects sisters to important conversations covering everything from abuse, divorce, and death to adoption, finances, and physical health; and "Women Making History," which provides podcasts and articles about how Latter-day Saint have and are changing the world.
About these different sections of the website, Sister Reyna I. Aburto says, "I particularly like the Hope and Help section—when you’re down, stressed, or overwhelmed you can take a look at the resources available to you."
What do you think of the new website? What suggestions could you add? Sisters Bingham, Eubank, and Aburto all asked for feedback to make this website as helpful as possible to sisters around the world. Explore the new website, find uplifting inspirations, and leave a comment on their Facebook pages detailing your experience with the new Relief Society website.