How do we achieve our deepest longings? What makes something right or wrong? Whom should we love? How do we overcome suffering? The answers we receive shape our reality. But religion is always contested.
    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.
    All Articles Church History Introduction ... Our Faith in The Lord Jesus Christ. February 1, 2019. A personal connection to Jesus Christ is of central importance in our life. First Member Fireside Inside UK Prison ...
    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).
    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.
    A covenant is a sacred agreement between God and his people. All the saving ordinances of the priesthood are accompanied by covenants. We make a covenant when we are baptized and renew that covenant each time we partake of the sacrament.
    He and his companions were able to teach many the restored gospel. Hundreds accepted their message and the Church grew steadily. By the end of Heber C. Kimball’s mission, the feelings of doubt and fear had fled and been replaced with love and faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ. He later recalled, “Love casts out fear. I feel firm in the Lord.”
    George D Watt emigrated to America to join other converts, but returned to Scotland to serve a mission to help spread his new faith. Sister Watt is serving in Edinburgh, in the very same place where her ancestor climbed Arthur’s Seat with his companion, Parley P. Pratt, and began their missionary labours.
    Recalling his time after meeting two young missionaries, Elder Russell from Sierra Leone and Elder Mathews from U.S.A., Henry says it was a challenge to abandon the faith he was raised up in but at the same time he was convinced the decision was the right one because of the strength of his feelings after the meeting with them.
    William was a faithful member and worked tirelessly in building up Zion. Whether defending the church in the media or producing detailed tracts, he was ever committed to his faith. As part of his legacy, Brother Morton has left dozens of publications that have been used in different areas of the world to share the gospel.
    A family history workshop provided something for everyone, from beginners to the more experienced. It taught how to begin your family history journey and how to use the resources that are available.
    On the morning of October 5th, President Thomas S. Monson announced that members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now number more than 15 million milestone worldwide.