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Self-esteem is found knowing our true identities and developing our own gifts. In this collection, discover that we deserve self-compassion and self-kindness as God’s greatest creations.
Becoming like Heavenly Father requires overcoming difficult times.
Elder and Sister Bednar- Self Esteem
Elder and Sister Bednar discuss individual worth and understanding who we are.
Face to Face with Lindsey Stirling
Participate in a live event featuring Lindsey Stirling, a returned missionary and world-famous entertainer.
“Remember what you are worth.” That is the simple yet powerful message of the 2015 mutual theme song, “Fragile.” We must be kind to others, and when we ourselves are hurt we must turn to Jesus Christ, who knows and loves us always.
God\'s Greatest Creation
As children of God, we are His greatest creation. "Anyone who studies the workings of the human body has surely seen God moving in His majesty and power." -Elder Russell M. Nelson
Gordon B. Hinckley's Six B's: A Prophet's Counsel and Prayer for Youth
President Gordon B. Hinckley talks about the 6 B's at a fireside for young adults.
He Loves Us
God loves and helps our families.
Our True Identity
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf retells the story of the ugly duckling and urges us to reflect on who we really are—sons and daughters of a glorious Heavenly Father.
The antidote for the poison of self-criticism is self-compassion, and self-kindness is the key. Become your own best friend by changing how you talk to yourself and learning to embrace your flaws.
Start Small. Start Today.
By small things, great things happen.
Sugar Beets and the Worth of a Soul
President Monson describes how to reach out to less-active young women.
Two Purposes: Accepting and Including People with Disabilities
Many of us struggle to accept and include people who have disabilities. Even at church. Watch this video and learn what you can do to make a difference in the life of someone with a disability.
Your Potential, Your Privileges
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares a humorous parable of a man who realizes he has been living far beneath his privileges.