The Women in Our Lives


    A Plea to My Sisters
    President Russell M. Nelson extols the contributions made by women to the Church and community. He encourages women to keep their covenants.
    Accolade: For Every Woman and Mother
    Motherhood doesn’t come with an award or accolade to collect. But every day, women make a choice to keep going despite the challenges they face—all daughters of God; all beautiful and valuable.
    Certain Women
    Sister Burton describes faithful women in the New Testament, in the early days of the Restoration, and in our day who have a firm and confident faith.
    Daughters in the Covenant
    Henry B. Eyring encourages women to keep their covenants, including those made at baptism, as they progress along the path back to Heavenly Father.
    LDS Women Are Incredible!
    Much of what we accomplish in the Church is due to the selfless service of women.
    The Moral Force of Women
    Your intuition is to do good and to be good, and as you follow the Holy Spirit, your moral authority and influence will grow.
    Turn On Your Light
    Sister Eubank encourages Latter-day Saint women to follow the charge given by President Spencer W. Kimball to be righteous, articulate, different, and distinct.
    We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father
    As daughters of God we are each unique and different in our circumstances and experiences. And yet our part matters—because we matter.
    When You Save a Girl, You Save Generations
    Your virtuous lives will bless your ancestors, your families now, and family members yet to come.
    You Are the Gift
    Caring for the needy is less about giving away stuff and more about filling the need of human contact. Like the Savior, said Sister Sharon Eubank, you are the best gift you can give others in need.