Leader and Clerk Resources
Directory and Map
Find a Church
Heavenly Father Knows Me
After a trial of her faith, a young woman receives a witness that Heavenly Father truly does answer prayers.
Highlight: The Priesthood Man—Henry B. Eyring
Henry B. Eyring teaches men how they can follow—and be—examples of selfless priesthood service.
I Pray When... #didyouthinktopray
People from all over the world submitted #didyouthinktopray photos to remind others to pray anytime about anything.
Jesus Warns Peter and Offers the Intercessory Prayer
Jesus admonishes Peter to remain faithful and strengthen his brethren. Peter professes his devotion to Jesus. Jesus foretells Peter's denial and then gives the Intercessory Prayer. Luke 22:31–34
Living with Purpose and Real Intent
The gospel teaches us who we are and helps us maintain focus on our eternal purpose. Living with real intent ensures we reach the full measure of our creation.
Jean shares how his membership in the church helped remind him that he could talk with his Heavenly Father through prayer.
Sue knows that when she prays, there is really someone there who hears her.
Terrence discusses how he knows in his heart that God exists.
Yvonne explains that we need to pray to God every day if we want to receive answers from Him.
President Monson talks about Prayer
In the Sunday morning session of the October 2011 general conference, President Monson speaks about the necessity of prayer.
Principles of Peace: Prayer #PrinceofPeace
Prayer is how we tell our Heavenly Father the blessings we desire and express our gratitude for what He has given us. As we pray in the name of Jesus Christ, we can receive answers to our prayers—including finding the peace Christ promises us.
Sermon on the Mount: The Lord's Prayer
Jesus teaches his disciples the correct manner of prayer and offers the Lord's prayer.
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 Privilege of Prayer
Prayer is one of the most precious gifts of God to man.
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.
You Can Meet God's Expectations
Quote given by Elder D. Todd Christofferson in the Sunday afternoon session of general conference on April 3, 2011.