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    Come As You Are; Bring What You Have
    Liz StittJanuary 10, 2020
    I realized that the invitation to come and be there—as we are—is what I believe God hopes from each of us as we come unto Him and to the Savior.

    Where We Find the Power of God
    Sharon EubankSeptember 13, 2019
    As we make covenants with God, we will make an eternal difference—not just for ourselves but in the way we magnify and lift others.

    Lessons from Light
    Eric AdamsAugust 30, 2019
    When we draw closer to Christ, our lives are filled with hope, joy, and inspiration. In turn, we can share that light with others.

    Sharing the Gospel in Normal and Natural Ways
    Elder Dieter F. UchtdorfAugust 16, 2019
    Some people find it easy to share the gospel, while others are sometimes more hesitant. Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf offers five ideas to help us share the gospel in a way that feels natural and authentic.

    Building a Community of Faith
    Rachael FreemanJune 28, 2019
    Tragedy seems ever present in our world today, but there is still so much room for so much good. Following the example of our Savior to reach out in fellowship, love, and compassion to anyone affected by heartbreaking circumstances will form connections across communities and build bonds of respect and devotion despite any differences.

    April 2019 General Conference: President Nelson Focuses on Faith, Repentance, and Covenants
    Blog StaffApril 7, 2019
    During the April 2019 general conference, President Nelson encouraged us to strive to do better each day, pray for greater faith in God, and stay on or return to the covenant path.

    To the Women of the Church: “We Need You!”
    Blog StaffOctober 6, 2018
    Read inspired invitations and counsel for the women of the Church given by the prophet, counselors in the First Presidency, and female general officers of the Church at the general women’s session of the 2018 October general conference.

    Relief Society and the Power of Wheat
    Sharon EubankAugust 17, 2018
    For more than 100 years, the Relief Society collected and stored wheat to provide for those who needed food. When the Relief Society donated all its wheat to the larger Church in 1978, many thought the era of Relief Society wheat was over, but that has not proved to be the case. We still are exercising the “power of wheat.”

    We Are Family: Ministering to Our Sisters and Brothers
    Jean B. BinghamApril 27, 2018
    Whatever our age, our situation, or our need, I hope that each of us can experience ministering and being ministered to as the Savior would. Here are three ideas to help us know how.

    A Prophet’s Message to You
    President Russell M. NelsonJanuary 16, 2018
    One of President Russell M. Nelson’s first messages as the prophet and president of the Church is this: “There is a place for you.”