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“I know that the Church is true, that Joseph Smith is a prophet, and that the Book of Mormon is the word of God.”
We need those who doubt, those who stumble, those who make big mistakes, those who are lonely, afraid, imperfect, and broken in the Church. Because, let's face it, at times that is each one of us. And without all of those people in the Church, we simply wouldn't belong and our faith couldn't be strengthened--together.
“Dear LDS Senior couples – where are you?! We Need You!!”
We’ve all heard of postpartum baby blues, but what about midlife mom blues?
With the fast pace of daily living—with callings and family and work and school—sometimes it takes a drastic change for us to remember how much we need our Heavenly Father in every moment. But we shouldn't wait for difficult moments or grand occasions to remember our Savior and our God and Their sacrifices for us.
The International Business Times reported that as of Monday morning, more than $12 million had already been donated toward helping Boston bombing victims. While many people have a desire to help, navigating calls for donations can be difficult. There are several resources that can help potential givers make wise charitable decisions. Beware of scams
Identity, creating understanding, covenants, a worldwide Church, faith crises, change in the Church—these are topics Melissa Inouye, a scholar, addresses in an effort to explain how she has “found the fruits of this life (the life of a Latter-day Saint) to be worthwhile—costly, to be sure, but also rich and nourishing, a source of deep joy.”
A few weeks ago, I was listening to Music & the Spoken Word as I was getting ready for home sacrament meeting. It was a celebration of 90 years of the program being broadcast, and as the familiar voice of Lloyd Newell began to share the “spoken word,” he said something that struck me.
Many of you might have heard that Neon Trees' lead singer Tyler Glenn decided to distance himself from the Church—and he decided to do so in a public way, with a solo video he titled "Trash."
The stories we tell matter. They can build our faith, help us empathize with others, demonstrate the true power of God in our lives, and help lead us to Christ. This Is the Gospel, an LDS Living storytelling podcast, collects and shares personal stories that illustrate the challenges and triumphs of living in the latter days. If you have a story to share about living the gospel, please call our pitch line and leave us a three-minute pitch at 515-519-6179. We often find many of our stories from the pitch line and we love to hear how the gospel is blessing your life.