Peacemakers in Contentious Times
President Eyring encourages us to remember the Saviour and have our hearts draw closer to him this Christmas.
When we keep the promises we make with God, we receive strength in our inevitable trials and prepare for a glorious life ahead.
Family relationships enable us to develop our character and love for each other. God desires us to strive for His highest possible blessings by keeping His commandments.
When the storms in life come, you can be steady and hopeful when you rely on your faith in Jesus Christ. That faith will lead you to consider daily how you can follow Him in a better way.
Begin your search for happiness with the good that is already around you. When you want to run away from who you are, remember that help is available and God will never forsake you.
We are all connected in the human family and in the family of God. Families unite when generations connect in meaningful ways, nurture real relationships and take part in meaningful service.
As we centre our lives on Jesus Christ, we will be guided to do what matters most, and be blessed with spiritual strength, contentment, and with joy. What are the 'must haves' in your life?
We can follow Jesus´ example as a peacemaker when we share our beliefs with conviction, but always void of anger or malice.
Religious freedom allows each of us to decide for ourselves what we believe, how we live and act. The good of religion multiplies when we protect the freedom to express and act on core beliefs.
How can we expect peace to exist in the world when we are not individually seeking peace and harmony?
Our efforts don’t always require money or faraway locations; they require a willing heart to say to the Lord, “Here am I; send me.”