The pure love of Christ is demonstrated through acts of kindness, service, and responding to urgent needs—whether from natural disasters, community emergencies, civil strife, personal hardship, or disability in any form.
Are We Not All Beggars?
Highlight: Elder Jeffrey R. Holland's address at the October 2014 General Conference.
Bolivia Humanitarian Impact
The Church created lasting friendships with government officials in Bolivia through humanitarian efforts.
Charity Never Faileth
Plead for a desire to be filled with the gift of charity, the pure love of Christ.
Chile Earthquake YSA Service
Young single adults attending institute in Santiago gather to prepare hygiene kits for victims of the earthquake.
Chile Priesthood Response
Following a massive earthquake that struck Santiago, Chile, in February 2010, LDS Charities and local Church members helped people all throughout the city to obtain food, water, and shelter.
A 13-year-old boy in Arizona fulfilled his Duty to God by pushing himself to the limit so that his friend, who has cerebral palsy, could participate with him in a triathlon.
Deseret Transportation delivers goods to those in need.
Gordon Hinckley: Lessons I Learned as a Boy
President Gordon B. Hinckley recalls a story of an older boy and his young companion as they find an old coat and a badly worn pair of shoes by the roadside.
Haiti Emergency Response
After the earthquake in Haiti, members of the Church organized humanitarian efforts to assist those in need. The local meetinghouses were offered as medical and living areas.
Highlight: Sisterhood: Oh, How We Need Each Other—Bonnie L. Oscarson
Bonnie L. Oscarson teaches that we can learn from girls and women of all ages and that we must avoid judging each other.
Highlight: The Cost—and Blessings—of Discipleship—Jeffrey R. Holland
Jeffrey R. Holland encourages us to live the gospel faithfully and courageously, even when it is difficult.
Highlight: What Do You Think?—W. Craig Zwick
W. Craig Zwick encourages empathy for others and teaches that we must strive to understand what others are thinking.
Jesus Teaches about the Widow's Mites
A poor widow contributes her all into the temple treasury. Jesus teaches that her contribution is greater than that of the rich who gave of their abundance. Mark 12:41–44
Julie Rogers, Charity Never Faileth
Julie Rogers discusses her painting “Charity Never Faileth.”
Loving and Living with Differences
Highlight: Elder Dallin H. Oaks's address at the October 2014 General Conference.
Madera Vineyard Relief Society
Sisters volunteering at the Madera vineyard explain Relief Society's mission to serve.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seek opportunities to serve their fellowmen in their wards, communities, and beyond.
My Brother Hyrum
Learn about Hannah's relationship with her brother Hyrum who has autism, and how she exemplifies Christlike love. Everyone deserves to be loved and valued, no matter how different they are from you.
Noble Women, Righteous Lives
The Relief Society blesses the lives of many worldwide. This video celebrates the efforts of women throughout the world.
Our Hands, His Hands; Our Hearts, His Heart
A very independent girl with cerebral palsy learns to humble herself and ask for help.
Pass It On
Children around the world have taken President Thomas S. Monson's counsel to find a way to serve others.
Principles of Peace: Compassion #PrinceofPeace
The greatest example of service is Jesus Christ, who gave freely of Himself without any thought of reward. When we follow His example by serving others, we can discover peace even amid turmoil in our lives.
The Church donates necessary commodities like hygiene kits, medical supplies, clothing, and quilts to people in need all over the world.
Although polio took away the use of his legs when he was young, Riqui has not let this disability stop him. Riqui's new wheelchair helps him in his effort to live a full life.
Samoa Tsunami Relief Effort
Church members were ready to help the victims of a tsunami that destroyed villages in Samoa. Food, supplies, and donated labor were provided to help rebuild homes.
Sitting on the Bench: Thoughts on Suicide Prevention
Suicidal thoughts are real and often begin when a person feels like the world would be better off without them. Sometimes, the most powerful tool to help someone is to simply reach out with friendship and words of love and encouragement.
The Coat is a children’s story that depicts a young boy giving selflessly to another child in need.
The Miracle of The Roof
A group of 11 men from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints assist a man by restoring his roof.
The Sanctifying Work of Welfare
The work of caring for one another and being “kind to the poor” is a sanctifying work, commanded of the Father.
When their best friend passes away, two men embark on an epic road trip to discover the meaning of "true Christianity."
Wise Men Still Seek Him
Three modern-day wise men show us that the greatest gift we can give Jesus Christ is the will of our hearts.
World of Happiness
The Church donated materials and equipment to improve vision in Peru.