The More I “Hear Him,” the More I Understand Him
    President Jean B. BinghamMay 14, 2020
    While everyone receives revelation in different ways, I would like to share some of the ways that I “hear Him.”

    When the Fog Won’t Lift
    Jake RobinsApril 30, 2020
    I’ve learned that God is ever-present in my life, even, and perhaps especially, when I feel completely lost and forgotten.

    “Hear Him” in Your Heart and in Your Mind
    Elder David A. BednarApril 21, 2020
    When I yearn for the companionship of the Holy Ghost by turning off distractions and making time for precious moments of spiritual subtleness, I see with new eyes and hear with new ears.

    The Restoration Continues—for Me and for You
    Ariel MonsonMarch 27, 2020
    To me, the ongoing Restoration means love—the love of God that stretches across all generations and reaches out to every one of His children.

    The Rare Spiritual Opportunities Uncertain Times Offer Us
    Chakell WardleighMarch 20, 2020
    Perhaps this time is a rare opportunity to practice stillness—to invite the Spirit and learn how He communicates with me, to recognize the Lord’s hand in my life, to realize how open the heavens are to me—to truly “hear Him,” my Savior, Jesus Christ, as President Russell M. Nelson has invited all of us to do.

    Why I’m Still Here
    Jenny HarrisMarch 6, 2020
    I recently read an article about religion written by a millennial. With many young adults forsaking church and religion, he asked himself, “Why am I still here?” It made me think, and I’ve been asking myself ever since, “Why am I still here?”

    “How Do You #HearHim?” A Special Invitation
    President Russell M. NelsonFebruary 26, 2020
    In this special year as we commemorate the 200th anniversary of the First Vision, I invite you to think deeply and often about this key question: How do you hear Him?

    A Broken Man and a Broken Bow
    Benjamin TaylorFebruary 21, 2020
    In both my body and mind, I felt like a car bellowing smoke, just hoping I would arrive at my destination before I broke down completely. I had to find a new job, but I couldn’t. I knew I couldn’t.

    The Work of Restoration Didn’t End with Joseph. It Continues with You and Me
    Samuel B. HislopJanuary 31, 2020
    The work of restoration is as much ours to continue as it was Joseph’s to begin.

    Discovering Christ’s Love in the Pit of Inadequacy
    Breanne Su’aJanuary 17, 2020
    Wouldn’t it be great to feel “entire” and “complete” enough that we want nothing? But this mortal probation is a time of wanting, of yearning to be whole and good enough to return to our Heavenly Parents someday.