During the April 2018 General Conference, President Russell M. Nelson spoke of “opening a new chapter in the history of the Church” announcing significant changes and counsel to help members become more like Jesus Christ.
Recognizing revelation has required plenty of trial and error on my part, but over time it’s become easier for me to get answers consistently. And along the way I learned that my concerns and questions are my responsibility and no one else’s.
I know God always wants a close connection with me, so what keeps me from keeping that connection constant?
President Russell M. Nelson and the painting displayed during the historic event announcing the new First Presidency both shared the same message: hope in Christ.
Ann M. Dibb, daughter of President Thomas S. Monson, shares memories of her father.
In President Thomas S. Monson’s long life of discipleship and leadership he taught and exemplified vital truths of the gospel.
President Thomas S. Monson brought capacity, energy, loyalty, diplomacy, and diligence to the work. He was beloved by members and nonmembers alike for his true Christlike living.
Step away from the shadows of the world and into the everlasting Light of Christ. I testify that He is always there, even when you can’t see or feel His light.
Increase your happiness wherever you are in life with a simple yet effective formula: think to thank.
My head exploded. My brain shut down. The phrase that kept running through my head was “How am I going to do that?”
I have found it helpful to think of my Sabbath day worship as filling a lamp—one that needs oil to burn, like in the parable of the ten virgins. Drops of holiness—small, simple things that fuel the flame of my faith in Jesus Christ.
Women are called to be glue. We are the bonds of unity and kindness. This unity, this bonding, this glue is the ingredient of conversion to the gospel of Jesus Christ that is in our most basic doctrines.
Overcoming fear requires a divine power, and we gain that power as we choose to act first in faith.
When two of my daughters decided to leave the Church, I felt like somehow I had failed as a parent. In my conversations with other parents who are in similar situations, I discovered that the sentiment of failure is not uncommon. But parents don’t need to carry this burden.
When I am struggling the most, I sometimes get a different answer than I hoped for. It’s an answer that is hard to “listen” to because it doesn’t always feel like an answer. It is when the answer is peace.
We can be more confident, happy, and content human beings if we are willing to shed our less important identities and place our divine origins at the very forefront of our self-perception.
Choose to be one of His true disciples now. Be one who truly loves Him, who truly wants to serve and lead as He did.
Together we can make this world a kinder, better place. Here's how.
In this increasingly divided world in which we live, differences will persist. But as followers of Jesus Christ, we need to love, reserve judgment, and forgive.
Nobody’s perfect, but everybody can be better.
The most important priority of our family councils is facilitating open and candid conversation in order to solve each other’s problems.
In an increasingly dark world, we can be a bright light to those around us and a shining example of Christlike love.
Where do I fit in? Is God’s plan of happiness possible for me?
The quarter-life crisis emerges in young adulthood when you take the first steps into “real life” and realize you have no idea what you’re doing.
We invited you to help remind the world what the Lord’s day is all about, and you’re doing just that.
Maybe feeling cheated by 78 “likes” on a posted picture that I thought deserved a million means I’ve swung too far from what I once understood about self-worth.
We are inviting you to show us how you are making the most of the Sabbath by sharing #HisDay with us. Here are examples of how members are responding.
What did the prophet say at this general conference that is so important for our day?
My goal is always to teach my kids that Christmas is more than gifts and Santa. It’s about a Savior who was born—a Savior who changed the world. But sometimes it’s hard to drive that lesson home.
The concept of divine grace can feel foreign, intangible, and abstract, but God’s grace is as real as the air we breathe.
I am a child of God. Therefore, what? Answers from the general women’s session.