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Watch: BYU Speeches shares the parable of the bicycle in this new inspiring short

by Lindsey Williams | March 4, 2021

It’s a story almost anyone can relate to: A 7-year-old girl asks her father if she can have a bicycle...


Why there were only 6 founding members of the Church and more facts about the historic event

by Haley Lundberg | March 4, 2021

Many of this year's Come, Follow Me lessons could be considered history lessons as much as they are tea...


Richard E. Turley Jr.: How I came to write ‘In the Hands of the Lord: The Life of Dallin H. Oaks’

by Richard E. Turley Jr. | March 4, 2021

Youth often choose prominent persons as role models, never really expecting to meet them. I chose such a ro...


5 of my favorite moments from spending 48 minutes with the Holland family

by Lindsey Williams | March 3, 2021

RootsTech Family Discovery Day has looked very similar for years—thousands of eyes on the massive sta...


Led to the Savior: How Sister Aburto found healing from both sides of the veil after tragedy

by Lindsey Williams | March 3, 2021

Editor's note: This article is the cover story of the  March/April 2021 issue  of  ...


‘The most important thing taking place on earth today’: Why the gathering of Israel matters

by Elder Gerald N. Lund, excerpted from “The Second Coming of the Lord” | March 3, 2021

A worldwide devotional for youth took place just three months after President Nelson had been sustained and...


This mobile bakery is bringing bread and hope to displaced people in Syria

by Newsroom of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints | March 2, 2021 | From the Church

Hungry refugees in Syria are receiving food in an unusual way, thanks to a collaborative effort between the...


The ultimate victory: How the death of Jesus Christ was a triumph, according to one BYU professor

by John Hilton III, excerpted from “Considering the Cross” | March 2, 2021

Imagine watching a sporting event in which you care deeply about the outcome. What if you knew from the out...


OCD, God, and me: One woman's experience with scrupulosity

by Whitney Vogrinec, Contributor | March 2, 2021

Growing up, my family held family home evenings (FHE) that felt more like listening to a general conference...


President Oaks teaches that we are not better than others; Elder Stevenson says ‘membership has its privileges’—and its responsibilities

by LDS Living Staff | March 4, 2021

Editor’s note: “ This week from the Pulpit ” highlights recent messages by General Author...