“There is no substitute under the heavens for productive labor. It is the process by which dreams become realities. It is the process by which idle visions become dynamic achievements.”

Gordon B. Hinckley, “I Believe,” Ensign, Aug. 1992, 4

Who Can Find a Virtuous Woman? II

Above: Who Can Find a Virtuous Woman? II, by Louise Parker

The Pavers

Left: The Pavers, by Mahonri M. Young, 1877-1957 Brigham Young University Museum of Art

A Late Feeding

Left: A Late Feeding, by Robert Duncan

Gardening in the Rain

Above: Gardening in the Rain, by Brian Kershisnik

To Work

Above: To Work, by Julie Rogers

Melon Patch

Below: Melon Patch, by Gary Smith

The Calf

Above: The Calf, by Edwin Evans, Brigham Young University Museum of Art

Apple Pie

Above: Apple Pie, by Walter Rane

Eve’s Daughter

Above: Eve’s Daughter, by Lee Udall Bennion

A Day of Work

Above: A Day of Work, by Greg Newbold

Sweat of the Brow

Above: Sweat of the Brow, by Gary Smith

The Face of New England

Above: The Face of New England, by Robert Duncan

Spring Plowing

Below: Spring Plowing, by Greg Newbold

“Self-reliance is a product of out work and undergirds all other welfare practices. It is an essential element in our spiritual as well as our temporal well-being.”

Thomas S. Monson, “Guiding Principles of Personal and Family Welfare,” Ensign, Sept. 1986, 3