Sunday School general president, Brother Callister, asks what we can do to contribute in our Sunday lessons.
Sister Carol McConkie speaks to all seminary and institute teachers as they begin the new school year. She invites them to prepare to learn, interact to edify, and invite to act.
You can send in your own photos to create.lds.org for future Church projects. Here is a sample of pictures of young women that have been received.
Our journey in life is unique to each of us. As we press forward with faith, we leave a legacy of hope for future generations to follow.
Check out 10 things President Packer taught the youth!
Leaders urge members around the world to improve their observance of the Sabbath day.
The Sabbath can truly become a delight if we are ready for what it offers.
Sister Carol F. McConkie teaches that it is important for Young Women leaders to assist parents in helping their daughters prepare to receive temple blessings and that the temple is not just an event.
Sister Carol F. McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women general presidency, spoke about modesty during BYU Women's Conference.
There was a story recounted in a talk several years ago about a sister who was explaining some of our Church’s basic beliefs to a nonmember neighbor.
Let us help build the kingdom of God by standing up boldly and being defenders of marriage, parenthood, and the home.
The wood ducklings instinctively understand that in order to survive they must not get casual in their daily living and must look steadily to their leader.
Personal Progress is somewhat like doing a science project, but young women experiment upon the word of God.
Sister Oscarson shares a family tradition that helps each member express gratitude as part of their daily routine, in this recent Church News article.
Sister Marriott shares what we can do and why it is so important to remember the words of the prophets.
Sister Bonnie Oscarson shared in this August Church News article some of the ways parents and leaders can eagerly help young women look forward to joining Relief Society.