Through their careers they have learned that their faith and science are more closely related. Video Content. Kevin Livingstone on God This biologist uses the scientific method every day in his professional life, but in his personal life, Kevin Livingstone relies on a different set of tools for answering big questions about life on earth. ...
    Todd was someone who made fun of people who thought God was real. He wasn’t surprised when he didn’t get an immediate answer to a prayer. But could God be giving us small but obvious answers?
    The faith of a young deacon who prayed while walking to church that he could do the most important thing that the Lord had asked him to do has grown enormously since then. The more I have drawn nearer to Him, the more He has drawn nearer to me, helping me to always be spiritually self-reliant. For this I will be grateful to the Lord forever.
    An area of endeavour that we have found particularly fruitful in the Loughborough Ward, is interfaith work. In 1997 Bishop Arthur Hardy, now our stake director of public affairs, was inspired to reach out to all the other faith leaders in the town and invite them and their congregations to the Preston Temple open house and we have been involved in interfaith work ever since.
    In the UK and Europe, members are constantly under attack for their faith and love of God. It is not that people are targeting us, but our culture and its effect on our lives is weighing down on us. If we don't make an effort to strengthen our testimonies, they won't last long.
    “And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness.…[F]or if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them.”1. Personal individualism, an unattractive characteristic, our tendency to flare up, be easily moved to anger, thinking and talking badly of others, rejoicing ...
    This Christmas light your faith by following the example of the Saviour - serve, love and give. Light the World This Christmas, follow the Saviour’s example and Light the World in 25 ways over 25 days.
    The Europe Area Presidency invites us in a special Christmas message to Light the World and celebrate the Saviour’s birth at this special time of year. Light the World. This Christmas, follow the Saviour’s example, give as he gave and Light the World. ... Light your faith.
    Their faith and works shine as a beacon of light to the world and there is no question that they are different and unique. Pressing forward along the way to perfection is more often than not a daunting task.
    MPs and other civic, business and interfaith leaders were amazed, non-members were touched and faith was strengthened. We have direct reports of several non-members requesting baptism after their pageant experience and some of those who have been less active becoming reignited with the Gospel flame.
    Faith is like a seed, it must to be planted in good soil and nurtured to be strong and usable. Ask of God – What can I Do When I Feel Alone? The Saviour has perfect empathy and can extend to us his arm of mercy.
    In 1890, Church President Wilford Woodruff was inspired by God to issue a declaration that led to the end of the practice of polygamy by Church members (see Official Declaration 1; see also Jed Woodworth, “The Messenger and the Manifesto,” Revelations in Context series, June 23, 2015, history.lds.org).