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‘Please keep trying’: Sister Aburto opens up about personal trials in her life and how she overcame them

by Sister Reyna I. Aburto, excerpted from “Reaching for the Savior” | May 18, 2021

After graduating from high school, I started attending college. I always enjoyed learning and getting an ed...


What might the disciples have thought about during the Last Supper? Exploring ways to find meaning in the sacrament

by Danielle Steed, Contributor | May 17, 2021

One afternoon, I walked into my son’s room and saw him quietly playing. I could tell that he was enga...


How do we create a space of healing at church for victims of sexual abuse?

by LDS Living Staff | May 15, 2021

Over one in three women and nearly one in four men have experienced sexual assault at some point in their l...


When my husband died while serving as bishop, I learned that all of my emotions are gifts from God

by Joleene Watabe, Contributor | May 14, 2021

My husband not only served faithfully and powerfully in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he...


Going for the goal: Why MyKayla Skinner is giving the Olympics one more shot

by Morgan Jones | May 12, 2021

On November 14, 2019, MyKayla Skinner Harmer achieved a goal she has dreamed of since she was a little girl...


Could ‘faith-promoting stories‘ be dangerous? Director of Church History Library says they might be

by LDS Living Staff | May 8, 2021

We’ve all heard them—stories that are widely circulated without a known origin that are frequen...


The Boston boys: How a call to serve inner-city youth changed a group of graduate students forever

by Morgan Jones | May 7, 2021

Newly called General Authority Seventy Elder Clark G. Gilbert still remembers the first time he received a ...


First Presidency expands opportunities for senior service missionaries

by Newsroom of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints | May 6, 2021

A letter from the First Presidency says senior service mission opportunities are now available for members ...


‘Ephraim first, Manti second’: A lesson in continuing revelation from the recent temple announcement

by Lindsey Williams | May 4, 2021

As I’ve thought about the announcement of a new temple in Ephraim and a revision to the Manti temple ...


Burn center that treated Stephanie Nielson following plane crash honors her with short documentary

by Morgan Jones | May 4, 2021

Nearly 13 years have passed since a plane crash left 80% of Stephanie Nielson’s body burned. In the y...