How a book of stories is helping one community reflect and help those in need
Teaching is just one arm of God's work. The other arm is service.
Every day I should do things that bring me closer to the Lord and enable me to take on “the whole armor of God” (Doctrine and Covenants 27:15).
The bishop handed my temple recommend back to me and encouraged me to attend the temple more often
“Perhaps now, more than ever, there is a need for good people of all faiths to come together to strengthen our communities.” (Jean B. Bingham)
Nearly all long-term volunteer positions in the temple are becoming service missionary assignments.
“Through a lifetime of service in this Church, I have learned that it really doesn’t matter where one serves. What the Lord cares about is how one serves.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Young men who perform Aaronic Priesthood ordinances are among the angels who serve others on this side of the veil.
What does it take to serve God?
As we love and serve each day the way Jesus did, we can end 2020 on a hopeful note.
Frequent revelation is not just for prophets—it’s available to us too!
Pandemic sparks creativity as congregations look for ways to remain connected.