Inspiring and Uplifting
This video collection of modern-day personal stories frames many gospel virtues, including forgiveness, faith, miraculous blessings, healing, overcoming trials, and keeping hope alive.
Life is Incredibly Unfair - In Our Favor
The mother of seven, Jennie Taylor is the widow of a fallen military officer, Brent Russell Taylor. Jennie shares her experience losing her husband and the father of their children, and the peace she found hearing God’s voice speak to her.
Lovest Thou Me More Than These?
Elder M. Russell Ballard reflects on the Biblical story of Jesus asking Peter if he loves Him. Elder Ballard likens this question to our own lives and knowing peace, love, and service amid uncertainty.
Room in the Inn
Elder Gong relates how a Cathedral’s stain glass tells the stories of Adam and Eve, the Good Samaritan, and the Second Coming of Christ, and how each relates our rescue from our life’s travails.
Let God Guide You: From Weakness to Strength
For 30 years, a man struggled with a weakness, ultimately realizing that God still loves him and is by his side, ready to help. As we surrender ourselves to God and let Him guide us, He will direct us to the very best outcomes.
Crossing the Finish Line: A Story of Overcoming Obstacles
A 15-year-old track star and his family describe the ordeal of losing his foot to a recreational accident. His rescue, amputation, and recovery changed his life while overcoming adversity.
Drawing Upon the Power of God in Our Lives
Elder Johnson of the Seventy reconstructs a family experience of an empty, flaming microwave and contemplates the meaning of what happens when energy and power are summoned, but have nothing to act upon.
Faith and the Goal
Teenager Olivia Moultrie talks of being the youngest-ever player in US women’s pro soccer, improving her game, and her life balance with prayer, gospel living, study, and being a daughter of God.
How I Hear God’s Voice
Jamila is the only deaf person in her family. Using sign language, she shares her feelings and tells how her eyes have become ears to Hear Him. Serving others helps her see godly traits in herself.
Jesus is Real: Calyann's Experience with the Book of Mormon
Friends, fun, success—Calyann had it all! That was until she realized she lived in a prison of her own making. While learning of Jesus Christ, Calyann felt His love, which is available to all who seek Him.
Pray for Eyes to See as He Sees
Michelle D. Craig of the Young Women General Presidency shares how to see things more deeply, as Jesus Christ does. “Pray for eyes to see,” she counsels. “His grace will increase our capacity.”
Shine Your Light So Others May See
Sister Cordon shares a childhood experience when Elder L. Tom Perry of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles was hosted by her family on their farm in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Your Great Adventure: Overcoming Life’s Obstacles
When an experienced runner decides to train for a 100-mile ultramarathon in a hostile desert, he discovers, through God, parallels between the race and his own, earthly journey.
The Fruit that is Most Desirable
In His teachings, the Savior compared fruit with things of eternal worth, says Elder Neil L. Andersen. The fruit symbolizing the blessings of the Savior’s Atonement is “most desirable,” he says.
In Search of Truth
President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency taught that we should be cautious and choose correct sources in our search for truth. When we seek the truth about religion, we should use spiritual methods appropriate for that search.
Temptation Fades as We Seek Christ in Every Thought
Elder Ulisses Soares compares temptation to a magnet by noting how the invisible force weakens with distance. Temptation loses power as we seek Christ in every thought. Based on his October 2020 general conference talk.
Running Toward the Light
Struggling to stay alive, a young Peter Johnson ran to escape the violence of his life. Later, he learned about Jesus Christ, which filled his life with light. We all need to run to light, he said.
I Feel My Savior’s Love
Vocalist Evie Clair sings the Primary song “I Feel My Savior’s Love,” while Primary-age children from around the world individually share how each feels the Savior’s love.
The Savior Heals All Wounds
When the Brussels international airport was bombed in 2016, missionary Richard Norby was terribly burned and injured by shrapnel. Yet in that moment, he knew the Savior was there for him and everything would be OK. The Savior is there for you, too.
God Has a Plan For You
When her mother became ill, Renu Singh sought answers from various churches in India. By divine design, she learned of God's plan of salvation. Her baptism helped prepare her for her mother’s death.
The Wounded Shall Be Healed
Our wounds in this life can come from any number of trials. Patiently move forward, and the Savior’s healing power will bring light, peace, and hope.
Feeling the Lord's Love and Goodness in Trials
When Darlyn learned of her illness, she feared she would not see her children grow up. But through her trial, she felt the Lord’s love and immense goodness. How does He comfort you in times of trial?
I Know That My Redeemer Lives
In this rendition of the hymn "I Know That My Redeemer Lives" the music video shows traditional and modern artwork depicting key scenes from the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Temples Through Time
Scholars, ministers, people of various faiths, and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints talk about temples of old and modern temples and how both connect people with heaven.
The Goal: A Story of Faith, Friendship and Forgiveness
This humorous video depicts the spiritual journey two friends go through as they struggle to forgive each other in their quest to follow the covenant path.
Come Unto Jesus
No matter what situation in life we are in, Jesus Christ always invites you with open arms. We can follow his example by loving those around us.
Better Off on My Own?
This story is a modern-day parable. Consider what Bobby’s life vest and harness and the sailor and his boat represent in your life.
Hear Him to Find Peace During Turbulent Times
Life's trials stretch beyond the current pandemic. To endure, we must fill our personal storehouses with faith, truth, and testimony. When we seek to hear Him, we will be guided in any circumstance.
The Miracle of Hope
Through trials, turmoil, and when facing insurmountable odds, our spiritual longings can help us discover the miracle of hope through the perfect brightness of the Savior’s love for each of us.
Finding Christ During Difficult Times
A young pole-vaulter contemplates suicide, then turns his life around when he fasts to know if the Church is true and gets baptized.
Campfires of Faith
A campfire of faith in Jesus Christ can bring light and hope to our lives. Focusing on the light of faith causes darkness to lose its power and enables us to take action on the answers we receive.
Migration, A Yearning For Home
Discover how humans, like animals which migrate, are yearning for a heavenly home.
One in Christ
A parable of the uniting of two large rivers that eventually become the mighty Amazon. Elder Ulisses Soares compares the confluence of the Rio Negro and the Rio Solimoes to the unifying of peoples and religions through the teachings of Christ.
Name of Christ
Name of Christ
Life’s distractions may eclipse heaven’s light if we allow them to get too close. Let the light of Christ shine by looking through the lens of the gospel. No matter the obstruction, the light is still there.
One More Day to Live—What Would You Do?
If you were given only one more day to live, what would you do? Listen to what these people would do if they knew they had only one more day to live.
Be Not Troubled
Fear is not new. Everyone feels fear. The Lord knows our concerns. He invites us to “be of good cheer.” To dispel fear, seek spirituality. Love what He loves. His perfect love will cast out fear.
One-on-One (Ministering with Love)
Troy and Deedra Russell were devastated after the death of their son. Their story shows how one person can make a difference during the grieving process.
Hidden Miracles: Life After the Sandy Hook Tragedy
We think of miracles as large and grand – and they can be – but there are miracles all around us that we take for granted, including spiritual miracles and finding happiness amid hurt and pain.
A Flood of Rescuers
Emergency preparedness can allow you to be ready and to help others when disaster strikes. Follow these volunteers as they assist and rescue others in flooded areas after Hurricane Harvey.
Finding Hope Through the Resurrection of Christ
Jesus Christ is central to our Heavenly Father’s plan of salvation. Through our Savior’s atonement and resurrection, He made it possible for us to live again with our loved ones for eternity.
Gathering the Family of God
Family History enthusiasts share touching experiences they had while finding their ancestors’ stories.
Samuel and the Star
The story of Samuel the Lamanite—a cherished account of a man’s courage and faith from the Book of Mormon—is depicted in a thoughtful and poetic rendition.
Heavenly Father is pleased with us when we seek to discover truth. He loves to teach us line upon line, precept on precept. As we strive to learn from and rely on Him, He will bless us to see things as they really are.
Reyna Aburto’s Story—Part 2: A Difficult Journey
As a young adult and new mother, Reyna was devastated when her husband fell into addiction. When it became clear he was no longer trustworthy, she knew she had to leave.
“Songs Sung and Unsung”
When you’re feeling low and your days are difficult, remember, “the Savior hears the songs you cannot sing. ”Don’t give up. “Believe in yourself and believe in Him.”
Trust in the Lord
Are you wishing your life felt more balanced? Try placing more trust in Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. They love you. Turn to Them in prayer, read about Them, and keep Them in your thoughts.
Suicide Prevention: Choose to Stay
A young man who struggled with depression shares a message with others who have thought about suicide: "Please, choose to stay." For suicide prevention resources, click here.
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
BYU's musical group, Noteworthy, sings Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing over the story of a run-away girl trying to make sense of life after her father's death.
Reyna Aburto’s Story—Part 3: A New Beginning
After a difficult separation from her first husband, Reyna found hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Her newfound faith led her to the peace, hope, and love she sought.
Cyclone Pam: Faith and Self-Reliance in Vanuatu
People who lived through the cyclone that passed over the South Pacific island of Vanuatu in 2015 describe the frightening experience and discuss faith and self-reliance with Elder Gary E. Stevenson.
Reach Up to Him in Faith
President Russell M. Nelson teaches that just as the woman who was healed by touching the robe of Jesus, we can receive strength and direction by reaching out to Him as well.
Reyna Aburto’s Story—Part 1: Heartbreak and Hope
When an earthquake hit Nicaragua in 1972, nine-year-old Reyna's world was turned upside down.
Family history and temple service combine to create a spiritual power that will enable you to become the person God wants you to be. You can read Elder Renlund's talk from Family Discovery Day here. Read about Alfred Nobel - Man of Peace.
Reyna Aburto’s Story - Significant Moments - Trailer
A series of significant moments throughout her life led Reyna Aburto from the depths of despair to incomparable joy.
Deseret Industries Piano Campaign—Launch Video
A piano finds a new home and a new purpose after its journey through a Deseret Industries store.
Am I Good Enough?
If you will really try and will not rationalize or rebel—repenting often and pleading for grace—you positively are going to be “good enough.”
Don’t let the whirlwinds drag you down. These are your days—to stand strong as disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Weaving Our Spiritual Tapestry
Elder Robert D. Hales explains the importance of creating a strong spiritual tapestry made of a variety of Christlike characteristics.
A Good Samaritan
If we will open our hearts to the possibility of providing compassionate service to others, the Lord will bless us to recognize and respond to the opportunities we’re given daily to become modern-day good Samaritans.
A woman shares how her self-reliance group helped her find purpose and faith during a job search and career transition.
Defenders of the Faith
Marie Madeline Cardon and her family were holding a Church service in their home in Italy when an angry mob of men gathered and began shouting for the missionaries to be brought outside. It was Marie who marched out of the house to confront the mob.
The Music of the Gospel
The joy of the dance will be experienced only when we come to hear the music.
Going to Grandma's
A grandmother plans to spend the day with her granddaughter, but can't get her to stay buckled in her car seat so they can leave.
Where Justice, Love, and Mercy Meet
Two brothers attempt to climb a sheer canyon wall without any safety ropes or harnesses.Read Elder Holland's full conference address: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/04/where-justice-love-and-mercy-meet?lang=eng&_r=1add
Deseret Industries Piano Campaign—Launch Video
A piano finds a new home and a new purpose after its journey through a Deseret Industries store.
Why Am I Here?
The funny thing about purpose is that you never know when you're going to find yours.
Refuge from the Storm
This moment does not define the refugees, but our response will help define us.
In matters both temporal and spiritual, the opportunity to assume personal responsibility is a God-given gift without which we cannot realize our full potential.
The Last Testimonies
We are blessed to learn from the final testimonies of those latter-day prophets and apostles who have passed away. https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/chosen-to-bear-testimony-of-my-name?lang=eng
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf recalls fleeing, as a child, from war-torn East Germany with his mother. Read his full conference address here.
Like a Broken Vessel
For personal accounts of living with mental illness, answers to common questions, and other resources, visit http://mentalhealth.lds.org
That They Do Always Remember Him
What does it mean to “always remember Him?” Read Elder Costa’s full conference address here: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/that-they-do-always-remember-him?lang=eng&_r=1 .
The Sabbath is a Delight
Viewers are reminded the Sabbath is a blessing to renew our bodies and spirits, and draw us closer to God, and away from the frenetic requirements of the world.
A Shower of Heavenly Blessings
Have you ever felt that Heavenly Father keeps blessings instead of freely sharing them? In reality, He showers us with blessings constantly; it's up to us to decide how to have them reach us.
Blessed and Happy Are Those Who Keep the Commandments of God
Read Elder Keetch's full conference talk here: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/blessed-and-happy-are-those-who-keep-the-commandments-of-god?lang=eng&_r=1
Eyes to See and Ears to Hear
As we keep the commandments we will have eyes to see and ears to hear and we will build the kingdom of God. Read Elder Clark's full conference talk here: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/eyes-to-see-and-ears-to-hear?lang=eng&_r=1
Choose the Light
A reckless biker finds himself in a battle against time and the elements when he enters a situation he can’t get out of. He discovers his only option is to choose the light.
Whether your children are grown or still growing, opportunities to teach them truth will never run out. True success comes to parents who don’t let distractions get in the way of living gospel principles and teaching their children to do the same.
The First Christmas Spirit
What would it have been like to raise Jesus Christ? Joseph was a humble carpenter when God gave him the responsibility of being Christ’s father.
Jesus Christ set the ultimate example of selfless service. In this original short film, we meet people discovering the power of living that simple principle.
When trials and tests come, how do you react? Do you become selfish and scared, or do you face the challenges with patience, faith, and love for others? How you react could change your life and the lives of those around you, for better or worse.
Family History: What I Found
Joe always loved his grandfather, but he didn’t know some of the most interesting things about him until a mysterious journal entry and a surprising wartime keepsake inspired Joe to learn more.
Obedience to the Ten Commandments
As children of God, we have been given the wonderful gift of choice. The truest happiness and peace we can have comes by choosing to obey His laws.
After the Storm
The day of the tornado, Maylene was ready to give up on a life that had completely overwhelmed her. She felt helpless. But after surviving the tornado that day, Maylene knew that she and her family could make it through anything with God’s help.
You Never Know
Sometimes, the most important things you do each day are never even on your “to-do” list. You might worry about the things you never get done, but President Gordon B. Hinckley reminds us, “You never know how much good you do.”
The Savior Wants to Forgive
A former addict and repeat convict shares his experiences with the Savior’s ability and willingness to forgive him again and again, even when he felt undeserving.
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.
Bullying - Stop It
Dieter F. Uchtdorf counsels us that when it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm—stop it!
When their best friend passes away, two men embark on an epic road trip to discover the meaning of "true Christianity."
The Refiner's Fire
The refiner’s fire is not a comfortable place to be. It involves intense heat and repeated hammering. But it is in the refiner’s fire we are purified and prepared to meet God.
Abide with Me
How can you find true peace and comfort when change and confusion in the world becomes overwhelming? You can find solace by turning to God in prayer. Learn how the words from the hymn 'Abide with Me' can strengthen you during times of despair.
Overcoming Pornography Addiction: The Healing Power of Jesus Christ
Pornography addiction is "a plague like we have never seen," but God knows about this and has provided an escape through the healing power of Jesus Christ.
Protect Our Nestlings
We live in a very dangerous world that threatens those things that are most spiritual. The family is under attack from forces seen and unseen. We need to live in such a way that the adversary cannot steal into our homes.
The Hope of God's Light
Many of us have wondered if God knows us or if He even exists. Todd was someone who wasn’t surprised when he didn’t get an immediate answer to a prayer. But could God be giving us small but obvious answers? And how patient do we need to be?
The Shiny Bicycle
Everybody makes mistakes, and even though it's not easy, with the help of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ we can receive forgiveness for our sins.
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.
Our Fun Family Vacation
Some of life's happiest moments come from spending time with your family. Successful families are built and maintained with faith, love, compassion, work and wholesome recreational activities.
Daily Bread: Change
Jesus Christ is the bread of eternal life. By following Him, remembering Him, and having faith in Him we can change and become what we aspire to become.
Daily Bread: Pattern
Just as we need daily physical sustenance, the need for daily spiritual sustenance is just as strong. We can remember Jesus Christ every day as we pray, read the scriptures, and meditate.
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
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.
A Mother's Hope
When President Uchtdorf was a young child, he learned that his mother was a great example of how hope and faith can overcome fear.
A Secure Anchor
Just like rock climbing alone can be dangerous, living your life without the help of the Savior can have disastrous consequences.
When making decisions, God expects us to pray, trust, and be believing and then not give up, panic, or "jump ship" when something doesn't seem to be going right.
Watch how this couple demonstrates pure love and service in their marriage—even though they have to endure debilitating physical adversity.
The best way to find truth is to go to the origin, our Heavenly Father, and ask for inspiration through prayer.
Mountains to Climb
Finding faith in the Lord Jesus Christ will help us have the power to endure and overcome even the hardest trials in life.
Daily Bread: Experience
Sometimes in life, there is no where else to turn but to God. Elder D. Todd Christofferson shares a personal experience that taught him to truly pray, recognize answers to prayers, and take life one day at a time.
Having Children Enriches Your Life
Listen to experiences from married couples and discover how they found blessings within their families because of their decision to have children.
The Reason Behind Christmas
A Christmas angel, a grumpy old man, and an unusual Christmas pageant remind us all that amid the shopping and commercialism, there is a way to keep Christ in Christmas; by giving the gifts He want us to give.
Earthly Father, Heavenly Father
Men on Earth have the opportunity to become fathers and experience some of the same joys that our Heavenly Father feels for us. Fatherhood is a divine responsibility to be cherished.
Learn from the life of Esther and other inspiring women the importance of trusting in God and courageously standing up for what you believe.
Leave the Party
John's life may have been very different had he not had the courage to leave a party one evening in Japan.
Patterns of Light: Discerning Light
How do we recognize divine light and discern it from our own thoughts? In part 2 of this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar discusses how to discern and act upon light from God.
God Will Lift Us Up
Rather than focus on her medical condition, Brittany has found comfort in serving others and trusting in the Lord.
Words with Friends
Learning, pondering, searching, and memorizing scriptures is like filling a filing cabinet with friends, values, and truths that can be called upon any time, anywhere in the world.
Temples Are A Beacon
No sacrifice is too great to obtain the blessings available in Holy Temples.
Patterns of Light: The Light of Christ
What is light? In this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar discusses how we receive and perceive light from God. Part 1 centers on the properties of light and how the Light of Christ affects all men and women everywhere.
Waiting on Our Road to Damascus
Those who diligently seek to learn of Christ will eventually come to know Him. Read President Uchtdorf's full address here: http://bit.ly/gRCS4z
Elder Shayne M. Bowen teaches: "The Atonement of Jesus Christ is available to each of us. It can clean, reclaim, and sanctify even you."
Your Day for a Mission
At 19, Sid Going was a shoo-in for New Zealand's national rugby team, but he chose to serve a mission first.
The Will of God
God uses love-inspired correction to guide us to a future we do not or cannot now envision but which He knows is the better way for us.
Sister Elaine S. Dalton tells of how she learned as a young woman what true beauty means. As a young woman, you were born to be a queen.
Fulfilling Your Duty to God
“When you make a goal in Duty to God, you’re making a commitment to your Heavenly Father that you’re going to do something. It’s your duty to Him.” (Marcus V., 17, Washington)
Looking through Windows
We should be careful how we judge others, as we may be looking at them through our own "unclean windows." Read President Monson's full address, "Charity Never Faileth" here: http://bit.ly/d8J2Lh
President Boyd K. Packer shares an experience in which he was protected during World War II by listening to a prompting from the Spirit and promises youth that they will be protected if they "heed the promptings that come from the Holy Ghost."
Dare to Stand Alone
President Thomas S. Monson shares an experience he had in the Navy when he had to stand alone and reminds us that "we are never alone when we stand with our Father in Heaven."
Sharing Your Beliefs
Use blogging, texting, and other forms of communication to share your testimony of the gospel to all the world.
Seminary Can Change Lives
President Thomas S. Monson teaches how seminary can help you build and strengthen your testimony. "Effort is required," he says. "But it is effort you will never, ever regret."
Stay within the Lines
Just as athletes must stay within lines to compete in sports, those who are called to labor in the Lord's work must stay within the lines of worthiness.
Daughters of God
Latter-day Saint women from across the globe share how their God-given strengths allow them to impact the world.
The Song of the Heart
Marissa, a young woman from Hawaii, loves music not only because singing and dancing are her passion but also because music has led her closer to Heavenly Father.
Watch Your Step
See how a moment’s decision can have far-reaching consequences—for good or bad.
The Miracle of Personal Progress
By working on their Personal Progress, two young women from Ukraine saw their families’ lives change in ways they had not thought possible.
A Change of Heart
A young man in Honduras was drifting toward a life of apathy, selfishness, and trouble until a friend showed him he was born for so much more.
The Lost Purse
When a young woman’s purse is left behind after a dance, adult leaders search through it to find the owner’s identity, which is revealed to them in an unexpected way.
Moments That Matter Most
We would do well to slow down a little, focus on the significant, lift up our eyes, and truly see the things that matter most.
Child of God
Remember—through a beloved children's song—who you really are.
A Book of Mormon Story
A young bishop in England describes how the Book of Mormon came to life for him and changed his perspective forever.
Expressions of Love
Couples of all ages share the many ways they have found to express love for each other.
Book of Mormon Introduction
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland explains the background and importance of the Book of Mormon. This book is another testament of Jesus Christ and serves as a companion scripture to the Holy Bible.
The Sting of the Scorpion
A young boy’s encounter with a scorpion in the Arabian desert can teach us a lot about what we must do to avoid and overcome the venomous sting of sin.
Chastity: What Are the Limits?
Latter-day Saint teens are counseled to stay sexually pure, but what exactly are the limits? Using teachings of modern prophets, this presentation shows how we can find happiness and peace through staying chaste.
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.
A True Friend: Tanya and Lada
While doing what's right is not always popular, Tanya has become president of her school by being a true friend to those around her.
His Sacred Name—An Easter Declaration
This Easter, remember the sacred name, life, and sacrifice of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Flecks of Gold
This compelling story of an 1850s gold prospector illustrates how giving service to others blesses our lives.
Book of Mormon: Messages from Heaven
President Monson and President Erying encouraged youth to read the Book of Mormon. Youth from Eastern Europe share what they have learned from reading the Book of Mormon and writing down their impressions.
Have you ever noticed how hard it is to find a modest prom dress? One young woman in Arizona came up with a solution for her community.
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.
"That Night My Family Had Sufficient"
A pioneer woman trusted in God and received a miracle as a result.
You Will Be Freed
Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, all can be transformed, cleansed, and freed from addiction.
The Civility Experiment
Learn how civility and kindness go much deeper than appearances and quick judgments. Read President Thomas S. Monson’s full address, “Charity Never Faileth.”
My Duty to God
Out of love, a 13-year-old boy in Arizona pushed himself to the limit so that his friend, who has cerebral palsy, could participate with him in a triathlon.
The Savior has taught us to follow His example and serve others.
Practice, Celebration, Dedication: Temple Blessings in El Salvador
Share in the experience of three Latter-day Saint youth whose hopes are being realized with the dedication of El Salvador’s first temple.
Families Can Be Together Forever
Increase your understanding of the Lord’s purpose for families and of the blessings He makes available to them.
The Laie Hawaii Temple Youth Cultural Celebration
When the Laie Hawaii Temple reopened after two years of renovations, youth from several islands gathered to celebrate and show their gratitude.
The Blessings of Scripture
As part of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, consider our blessings and responsibilities in having God's word so readily available.
Opportunities To Do Good
One family's trial becomes a shared blessing for many who serve, love, and bear each other's burdens.
It’s Friday night—the big rivalry game between two Arizona high school football teams. The quarterbacks are opponents tonight, and tomorrow one of them will baptize the other into the Church of Jesus Christ.
He Will Give You Help
Faced with great pain and loss, a teen and his friends in Canada turn to God to find answers to their souls’ deepest questions.
Men's Hearts Shall Fail Them
Elder Russell M. Nelson shares a personal story to give encouragement for when we feel "weak in the heart."
Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light
After a man loses his wife and several children in a car accident, he finds healing and is able to forgive the offending driver through the power of Jesus Christ.
New Year's: Look Not behind Thee
Faith in Jesus Christ gives us strength to leave the past behind and look ahead to a brighter future.
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.
Motherhood: An Eternal Partnership with God
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland shares an encouraging tribute to mothers who, through both challenges and accomplishments, work in partnership with God to raise His children.
A Work in Progress
His basketball dreams almost didn’t come true, but then Tyler Haws learned where hard work and dedication can lead.
Voice of the Spirit
In a world full of noise and many voices, President James E. Faust invites us to listen to and follow the voice of the Spirit, which is calm and quiet and leads to eternal life.
He Lives: Testimonies of Jesus Christ
See and hear modern-day Apostles testify that Jesus Christ is the Savior and that He lives today.
Sharing the Light of Christ
Meet Brandon Jackson, who shared his time and love with orphans in Honduras and discovered what one teenage boy can do for others.
A group of young women showed their love by doing for a friend what she could not do for herself.
No Cussing Club
One boy’s crusade to encourage clean language has far-reaching effects.
A young man from California decided between surfing and seminary—and never looked back.
Continue in Patience
Patience requires that we obey God's commandments and faithfully wait for His will to be fulfilled.
Have I Done Any Good in the World Today?
President Thomas S. Monson shares inspired encouragement to give service and help to those who are in need.
Love One Another
Watch and share a new Mormon Messages video, "Love One Another," to see examples of love and kindness set to the music of a beautiful hymn.
Testimony of the Book of Mormon
A modern-day Apostle describes the unwavering faith the Church's founders showed, even in the face of death, to remain true to their testimonies of the Book of Mormon.
Good Things to Come
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland recalls his days as a poor young father with a broken-down family car and testifies that for those who embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, there are better days and good things to come.
Seek the Higher Ground
Learn how to find safety from life's temporal and spiritual storms by following the Savior's example and seeking higher spiritual ground.
Learn from a humble woman's example how the power of prayer can work miracles in our lives.
Charity: An Example of the Believers
A group of young women reach out in kindness and charity to a student with a disability, fulfilling her dream and giving everyone something to cheer about.
Kids and Christmas
Christmas is a time when we can all learn from a child's gratitude and love for Jesus Christ. See the meaning and the story of Christmas through the eyes of children.
Significant in Every Way
Experience what it feels like for a young woman to know her true significance.
A Priesthood Duty
President Thomas S. Monson speaks to young people about missionary service—a duty for young men and a rewarding option for young women.
The Gila Valley Arizona Temple Celebration
Youth in the Gila Valley, Arizona, perform in a cultural celebration to express their joy and their faith at the dedication of a new temple for their area.
While flying in a historic airplane, youth learn about the dangers of pushing the envelope.
The more often we see the things around us, the more they become invisible to us. Learn how you can live in thanksgiving daily by noticing the wonders and beauties of this world.
Becoming Provident Providers
Elder Robert D. Hales encourages us to stay out of debt and live frugally as he recounts a story from the early days of his marriage, when his wife exemplified the principles of provident living.
My New Life
Watch and share a new Mormon Messages video, “My New Life,” to see the inspiring story of a woman who not only survived a serious accident but is now a thriving example of courage, love, and faith in Jesus Christ, through whom all is well.
Return to Virtue
Elaine S. Dalton, a leader of the Young Women organization, urges young people to develop the strength that comes from living a virtuous life.
This world champion has learned how to let God take the reins.
Parenting: Touching the Hearts of Our Youth
Effective parenting means taking the time to listen and to understand the hearts of our children so that we can grow together in faith, friendship, and love.
Until We Meet Again
Thomas S. Monson, prophet of the Lord Jesus Christ, shares the touching story of a mother who lost her son at war but learned that he would live again because of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Youth in Action
A youth group establishes a service club and blesses many people in their community.
Answers to Life's Great Questions
The teachings of Jesus Christ provide answers to life's great questions.
Blessings of the Priesthood
The priesthood is the power of God, which is given to man to act in His name.
Hope Ya Know, We Had a Hard Time
Elder Quentin L. Cook testifies that the Atonement of Jesus Christ can help us pass through the challenges and trials of this life with hope and assurance in God's love for us.
Matthew 19:14: But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
Apostles of Jesus Christ testify of the Savior's power to heal, change, and purify us through His Atonement.
The Blessings of the Temple
The blessings of the temple enable us to be sealed (connected) to our families after death and return back to the presence of our Father in Heaven.
Dallin H. Oaks, Apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ, pays tribute to modern-day pioneers who faithfully follow Jesus Christ.
How Can I Find Happiness?
Elder Scott explains that as you continue to center your mind and heart in the Lord, He will help you have a rich and full life no matter what happens in the world around you.
Are We Christians?
Elder Gary J. Coleman speaks of his conversion, understanding of the true nature of the Godhead, access to additional scripture and revelation, and partaking of the blessings of priesthood authority.
The Women in Our Lives
President Gordon B. Hinckley honors the divine gifts possessed by women and testifies of their importance in God's plan.
God's Words Never Cease
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland testifies of the truth of the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and continuing revelation from God to His children.
Let Us Be Men
A true man makes sacrifices in order to honor his commitments.
The Power of Hope
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, an Apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ, shares how hope encourages and inspires us to place our trust in the loving care of our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ.
In the Spirit of Thanksgiving
Random people on the streets of New York City share a variety of grateful responses to one simple question: What are you thankful for?
What Shall We Give?
In a season known for giving and getting, President Thomas S. Monson and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir remind us of the true gifts and meaning of Christmas.
The Miracle of the Holy Bible
Elder M. Russell Ballard testifies that the Holy Bible is a miracle that has changed the hearts and lives of God's children throughout the ages.
The Message of the Restoration
Declare to the world that the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ was restored to the earth.
Come What May, and Love It
The way we react to adversity can be a major factor in how happy and successful we can be in life.
Counsel to Youth
Boyd K. Packer, an apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ, teaches youth to find happiness through family, thrift, education, purity, good friends, and faith in the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
O Remember, Remember
President Henry B. Eyring encourages us to look for the hand of God and recognize the abundant blessings God gives to us daily.
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf invites us to rely on the Spirit and use our divinely inherited ability to create things of substance and beauty.
What Matters Most
President Thomas S. Monson counsels us to spend time with, cherish, and express love to the people we hold dear.
Trusting in the Lord
Jennifer talks about how her life has changed for the better as she has learned to trust in the Lord, particularly through her trials and challenges.
The Christmas Spirit
A young girl with true Christmas spirit quietly teaches her preoccupied family the true meaning of Christmas.
A Book with a Promise
The Book of Mormon is a book with a promise. Although its history is compelling by itself, it is a book of scriptural significance that should be received and read under the influence of the Holy Ghost.
In Sickness and Health
See how faith and love can remain strong through the challenges and the changing seasons of our lives.
Marriage and Divorce
Elder Dallin H. Oaks testifies that the Atonement of Jesus Christ can heal the pain of a troubled or broken marriage for all who humbly seek His help.
Humanitarian Efforts Review—Bishop Burton
The scripture passage "As ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me" (Matthew 25:40) takes on special meaning as humanitarian endeavors are highlighted.
None Were with Him
One of the great consolations of this Easter season is that because Jesus walked such a long, lonely path utterly alone, we do not have to do so.
You\'re Never Alone
A disciple of Jesus Christ, Elaine S. Dalton, describes how a grueling marathon taught her about prayer and the strength we can receive from God.
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.
Happy Mother\'s Day, Mom!
Youth wish a happy Mother's Day to the women they love and appreciate most in their lives.
The gospel of Jesus Christ provides peace and happiness.
Even a Child Can Understand
God would indeed be unjust if the gospel were accessible only to an intellectual elite.
How Do I Love Thee?
Elder Holland gives a powerful talk about how you can better show love for your friends, family, dates or spouse by following the example of Jesus Christ.
The Freedom To...
Elder F. Enzio Busche teaches that the term "freedom" does not simply imply things that we are free from, but those things that we are free to do and accomplish. Choice and agency is freedom.
Sunday Will Come
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin speaks on the Resurrection of the the Savior Jesus Christ, reminding those who search and plead for rest from their trials that "Sunday will come."
The Only True God and Jesus Christ Whom He Has Sent
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland testifies of the Savior and what it means to be Christian.
A Father Indeed
The story of a committed husband and father who consistently and passionately demonstrates his love and devotion to his wife and kids.
Choose This Day
President Henry B. Eyring, a disciple of Jesus Christ, urges us to seek God's help to overcome complacency and discouragement and find joy in serving Him today.
You Know Enough
Our spiritual journey is the process of a lifetime.
A Light unto All: A Christmas Gift
A gift from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The story of Christ's birth is the same no matter what language you speak or what nation you are from.