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Be Part of the Greatest Story
Although the Savior was born over 2,000 years ago, the story of the Nativity still applies to us today. This year, #LightTheWorld with love by serving others as He did and become part of the greatest story ever told.
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How I #HearHim: Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
How do you #HearHim? Elder Jeffrey R. Holland says that vocalizing our prayers can foster greater communication with God.
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Face to Face with the YW General Presidency: Celebrating 150 Years
The Young Women General Presidency celebrates 150 years of the Young Women organization in a Face to Face event for young women, parents, leaders, and all women who have been involved in the Young Women program.
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How I #HearHim: Elder D. Todd Christofferson
How do you #HearHim? Elder D. Todd Christofferson says that we should always be ready, willing, and open to #HearHim.
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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.”
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President Eyring: Hearing Him Through Those in Touch with Heaven
President Henry B. Eyring recounts moments from his youth when he received approval from people, including his mother, who were in touch with heaven, equating it to receiving heaven’s approval.
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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.
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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.
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How I #HearHim: Elder Quentin L. Cook
How do you #HearHim? Elder Quentin L. Cook says the Lord is willing to give us answers and understanding if we #HearHim.
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How I Hear Him
Elder Ulisses Soares tells how the Lord directed him in a strong, firm voice what to teach the missionaries. He felt the Savior speak to them. After, they sat silently, reflecting on the instruction.
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How I #HearHim: President Dallin H. Oaks
How do you #HearHim? President Dallin H. Oaks says that the Lord can bless us and bless others if we #HearHim.
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Foundations of Faith Exhibit at the Church History Library
The Foundations of Faith exhibit at the Church History Library features priceless artifacts from Church history. Visitors may view these treasures in person or online at ChurchHistoryLibrary.org.
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Starting Today | General
#StartingToday, we can restart, repent, and reevaluate everything in life because of the Atonement and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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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.
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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.
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His Grace Conquers the Hurt of a Little Girl | His Grace
Hannah was a daddy’s girl until he went to prison and left her hurting deeply. She found strength in prayer and learned to forgive. “Jesus Christ is real,” she said. “If you hold on, things get better.”
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Realizing What God Has Done, How Could I Not Help? | His Hands
When Jose offered an apple to a lady digging through trash, he wished he could offer more. “Realizing the mercy, grace, and love God has offered to me,” he says, “how could I not help someone?”
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How to Remember Those in the Back Room of Our Lives | His Hands
Sometimes we get so busy that we forget those in the background of our lives who are reaching out and need our service, says Nathaniel, describing a moment when a waitress repeatedly forgot him.
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How I #HearHim: Sister Joy D. Jones
How do you #HearHim? Sister Joy D. Jones says that we can receive guidance from the Lord to help others if we #HearHim.
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Doing Something for Someone Else Changed Me | His Hands
When she was grieving that a friend was about to return home, Miriam learned to minister to others, just as the Savior did when He was grieving. “I ask God, what can I do for someone else?” she says.
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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.
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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.
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Sheri Sought to Ease Suffering | His Hands
Sheri became a nurse out of a desire to care for others. When COVID-19 hit, she volunteered to treat patients in New York City. I had the opportunity to use my hands as He used His hands, she says.
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Watch Videos about Unity

A Friend to All
Elder Ulisses Soares talks of the need for kindness and acceptance.
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A Spirit of Unity
Young Women Class Presidency Meetings Part 1: A Laurel Class Presidency works together to achieve unity as they serve their fellow Young Women.
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Apart, but Still One
Elder Koch teaches about the importance of being united with our Church leaders and fellow members.
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Be One - A Celebration of the Revelation on the Priesthood
The First Presidency presents the 40th anniversary celebration of the 1978 revelation on the priesthood, “Be One.”
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Being One with God and Christ
(John 17:11, 20–23) By submitting to the Father, Jesus Christ achieved perfect unity. An excerpt from “That They May Be One in Us,” Ensign, Nov. 2002.
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Closing Remarks
President Russell M. Nelson
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Different, Yet the Same
A thought from Rosemary M. Wixom, Primary general president, about the unity of women throughout the world.
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Family History Strengthens Family Unity
Families in the Guaymuras Stake in Tegucigalpa, Honduras have grown closer as they have participated together in family history and temple work.
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Love in Our Hearts
Sister Christina B. Franco discusses the importance of inclusion and respect.
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Opening Remarks
President Dallin H. Oaks
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Requirements for Unity
President Kimball instructs us to put aside selfish desires, cooperate with one another, and offer up a broken heart and contrite spirit.
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Till We All Come in the Unity of the Faith
The Gospel and the Church bring God's children together in unity.
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To Love Them All
Elder Patrick Kearon speaks on inclusion and friendship in the Church
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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.
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Unity of the Faith
Paul writes of one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and one Father. Christ appointed apostles, prophets, and teachers to help unify and perfect the Saints. Ephesians 4:1–15
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We Come Together & Unite As One
As much as our differences enrich our collective experience, the Gospel of Jesus Christ transcends them all.
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We Don’t Need to Be the Same to Be One
We are different by design. Embrace the “and.”
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Working Together in Love and Unity
It is the love of God and neighbor that gives meaning to life. Love is making space in your life for someone else. When we work together in love and unity we can expect heaven's help.
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Quotes for Leaders about Family

A Father’s Duty
“A father’s duty is to make his home a place of happiness and joy.”—President Ezra Taft Benson, “To the Fathers in Israel”
A Glorious Work
“Family history … is a vital part of the work of salvation and exaltation. You have been prepared for this day and to build up the kingdom of God. You are here upon the earth now to assist in this glorious work.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn”
Ancestral Influence
“Don't underestimate the influence of the deceased in assisting your efforts and the joy of ultimately meeting those you serve. The eternally significant blessing of uniting our own families is almost beyond comprehension.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
Canvas of Our Souls
“Each family prayer, each episode of family scripture study, and each family home evening is a brushstroke on the canvas of our souls.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “More Diligent and Concerned at Home”
Center Your Home on the Savior
“As you center your home on the Savior, it will naturally become a refuge not only to your own family but also to friends who live in more difficult circumstances.”—Elder Richard G. Scott, “For Peace at Home”
Christ-Centered Home
“One of the greatest blessings we can offer to the world is the power of a Christ-centered home where the gospel is taught, covenants are kept, and love abounds.” —Elder Richard G. Scott, “For Peace at Home”
Christ-Centered Home
“One of the greatest blessings we can offer to the world is the power of a Christ-centered home where the gospel is taught, covenants are kept, and love abounds.”—Elder Richard G. Scott, “For Peace at Home”
Creative Power
“Our Heavenly Father and His Beloved Son are creators and have entrusted each of us with a portion of Their creative power.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “We Believe in Being Chaste”
Diligent and Concerned
“Three ways to become more diligent and concerned at home: 1. Express love—and show it. 2. Bear testimony—and live it. 3. Be consistent.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “More Diligent and Concerned at Home”
Divine Attributes
“Noble fatherhood gives us a glimpse of the divine attributes of our Father in Heaven.”—President James E. Faust, “Them That Honour Me I Will Honour”
Divine Fatherhood
“Noble fatherhood gives us a glimpse of the divine.”—President James E. Faust, “Them That Honour Me I Will Honour”
Earthly Parents
“Young person’s developing concept of God centers on characteristics observed in that child’s earthly parents.”—Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, “The Hands of the Fathers”
Families Are the Lord’s Workshop
“Families are the Lord’s workshop on earth to help us learn and live the gospel.” —Cheryl A. Esplin, “Filling Our Homes with Light and Truth”
Family Activities
Family Activities
Family Commitments
“Family commitments and expectations should be at the top of our priorities to protect our divine destiny.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
Family History for Everyone
“Family history is for everyone.”
Family History in the Home
“Our family history centers are now in our homes.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
Family Night
“Temple and family history work is a part of living the gospel at home.”—Elder Allan F. Packer, “The Book." Look here for fun family history ideas for family home evening.
Family Time
“Parents must bring light and truth into their homes by one family prayer, one scripture study session, one family home evening, one book read aloud, one song, and one family meal at a time. They know that the influence of righteous, conscientious, persistent, daily parenting is among the most powerful and sustaining forces for good in the world.”—Elder L. Tom Perry, “Mothers Teaching Children in the Home”
Find Your Grandparents
“Find your grandfathers and grandmothers and your distant cousins who have gone before you. Take their names to the temple with you.”—Elder Neil L. Andersen, “Spiritual Whirlwinds”
Future Missionaries
“The preparation of future missionaries begins in the family.”—President Russell M. Nelson, “Preparing Future Missionaries”
Grow Closer
“There is no shame in a couple having to scrimp and save. It is generally during these challenging times that you will grow closer together as you learn to sacrifice and to make difficult decisions.”—President Thomas S. Monson, “Priesthood Power”
Happiness in Family Life
“Happiness in family life is most likely to be achieved when founded upon the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ.”—“The Family: A Proclamation to the World”
Happiness in Your Hands
“You hold in your hands the happiness of more people than you can now imagine.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “A Priceless Heritage of Hope”
Heavy Lifting
“Much of the heavy lifting and hastening of the work of salvation for both the living and the dead will be done by you young people.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches.” Learn how to find a family name to take to the temple by accepting the Youth Temple Challenge.
Home Is Love, Sacrifice, and Respect
“A home is much more than a house built of lumber, brick, or stone. A home is made of love, sacrifice, and respect.” —President Thomas S. Monson, “Heavenly Homes—Forever Families”
Home Should Be an Anchor
“Home should be an anchor, a port in a storm, a refuge, a happy place in which to dwell, a place where we are loved and where we can love.” —Elder Marvin J. Ashton, “A Yearning for Home”
How Christmas Began
Remember: “But first and forever there was just a little family, without toys or trees or tinsel. With a baby—that’s how Christmas began.”—Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, “Maybe Christmas Doesn’t Come from a Store”
Individuals and Families
“The Savior focuses on the individual and the family.”—Elder Hugo E. Martinez, “Our Personal Ministries.” God wants all of His children back, and He needs your help. Learn how you can be a savior on Mount Zion for your ancestors at familysearch.org/findnames.
Innocence
“Every time a child is born, the world is renewed in innocence.”—President Boyd K. Packer, “Children”
Lifting Sisters
“While Satan may be attacking sisters at earlier ages, the Lord is lifting sisters to higher and higher levels of spirituality. For example, young women are teaching their mothers how to use FamilySearch to find and save ancestors. Some young sisters that I know are choosing to go early in the morning to perform proxy baptisms in temples without any urging beyond the spirit of Elijah.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “Daughters in the Covenant”
Love in Family Relationships
“In family relationships love is really spelled t-i-m-e.”—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Of Things That Matter Most”
Making Dinner More Fun
Making dinner more fun: “Have a formal dinner party in the middle of the week. Have all the boys, including dad, become waiters for an evening. As a family, set some basic guidelines for table manners, eating schedules, snack times, and cleanup. Use shopping time as a one-to-one time with your children.”—Family Home Evening Resource Book, “Making Work Fun”
Media-Savvy Family
Four ways to become a media-savvy family: “Become aware of how and what media is being used within the home. Be mindful of what is being consumed. Plan media-free time. Seek out the best; reject the bad.”—Marianne Holman Prescott, “Four Ways to Become a Media-Savvy Family”
Misunderstanding Perfection
“One thing that hinders the development of resilience is misunderstanding the commandment to be perfect.”—Lyle J. Burrup, “Raising Resilient Children”
Moral Force
“Dear sisters, we rely on the moral force you bring to the world, to marriage, to family, to the Church.”—Elder D. Todd Christofferson, “The Moral Force of Women”
Most Important Work
“The most important of the Lord’s work that you will ever do will be the work you do within the walls of your own home.”—President Harold B. Lee, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Harold B. Lee (2000), 134
No Matter What
“God has devised means to save each of His children. For many, that involves being placed with a brother or a sister or a grandparent who loves them no matter what they do.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “To My Grandchildren”
Parenting
“If you try your best to be the best parent you can be, you will have done all that a human being can do and all that God expects you to do.”—Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, “Because She Is a Mother”
Posterity
“The ultimate treasures on earth and in heaven are our children and our posterity.”—Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “The Great Plan of Happiness” Created by Jenae Nelson.
Preserve Family Time
“How we preserve time for family is one of the most significant issues we face in most cultures.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Lamentations of Jeremiah: Beware of Bondage”
Principles of Truth
“There are no perfect parents and no easy answers, but there are principles of truth that we can rely on.”—Elder Larry R. Lawrence, “Courageous Parenting”
Promise of Protection
“As you participate in and love this holy work, you will be safeguarded in your youth and throughout your lives.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn”
Righteous Mother
“There are few things more powerful than the faithful prayers of a righteous mother.”—President Boyd K. Packer, “These Things I Know”
Righteous Traditions
“If we will build righteous traditions in our families, the light of the gospel can grow ever brighter … from generation to generation.”—Elder L. Tom Perry, “Family Traditions”
Sacred Duty
“Parents have a sacred duty to rear their children in love and righteousness.”—“The Family: A Proclamation to the World”
Sacred Time
“Christmastime is cherished family time. Family time is sacred time.”—President Russell M. Nelson, “Jesus the Christ—Our Prince of Peace”
Saviors on Mount Zion
“Jesus Christ gave His life as a vicarious atonement. He resolved the ultimate question raised by Job. He overcame death for all mankind, which we could not do for ourselves. We can, however, perform vicarious ordinances and truly become saviors on Mount Zion for our own families in order that we, with them, might be exalted as well as saved.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches.” To find family names that need temple ordinances, visit familysearch.org/findnames.
Simple Activities
“Everyday activities in our homes may be simple but because they are simple, frequent, and repeated, they offer important opportunities to build individuals and families.”—Shirley R. Klein, “Three Tools to Build a Sacred Home”
Simple Ways to Make Work Fun
Simple ways to make work fun: “Have your children pretend to be puppets, robots, or soldiers. Wind them up and let them do their work. Scrub to music, especially fast, rousing music. Hold family ‘panic-pickup-time.’ Set your timer and see how many things can be picked up and put away in ten minutes. Play ‘Beat the Clock.’ Time a job to see how much time it normally takes to complete it. Then set your timer and race against the clock.”—Family Home Evening Resource Book, “Making Work Fun”
Sons and Daughters
“Second only to the title of husband is that of father. Next to eternal life, the greatest of all gifts that our Father in heaven can bestow on a man is the opportunity of being blessed with sons and daughters.”—Elder L. Tom Perry, “Father—Your Role, Your Responsibility”
Stories of Faith
“Each of us will be greatly blessed if we know the stories of faith and sacrifice that led our forefathers to join the Lord’s Church.”—Elder William R. Walker, “Live True to the Faith.” After learning your ancestors’ stories of faith, record them in the Memories section of FamilySearch.org so that your memories will be preserved for generations.
Strengthening Family Relationships
“Put more quality time and effort in strengthening family relationships.”—Elder Michael John U. Teh, “Where Your Treasure Is”
Teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ
“When all is said and done, the home is the ideal forum for teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.” —Brother Tad R. Callister, “Parents: The Prime Gospel Teachers of Their Children”
Technologically Disconnect
“The answer to our prayer of how to meet our children’s needs may be to more often technologically disconnect.”—Sister Rosemary M. Wixom, “The Words We Speak”
Temple in Your Sights
“Now, my young friends who are in your teenage years, always have the temple in your sights. Do nothing which will keep you from entering its doors and partaking of the sacred and eternal blessings there.”—President Thomas S. Monson, “The Holy Temple—a Beacon to the World” Learn more about keeping your sights on the temple by accepting the Youth Temple Challenge.
Ten Tips for Parents of Young Adults
10 tips for parents of young adults: “1. Find out what your children want and love. 2. Prayerfully study D&C 121:34–46. 3. Invest in relationships with many young adults. 4. Point out their gifts. 5. Trust them with their decisions. 6. Praise them for their efforts. 7. Seek for inspiration. 8. Talk about money. 9. Be humble. 10. Measure true success.”—Wendy Ulrich, “Ten Tips for Parents of Young Adults”
The Family Relationship
“The family relationship is fraught with much challenge and some adversity, it is, nevertheless, blessed with that supreme joy that can come only to a father.”—Elder A. Theodore Tuttle, “The Role of Fathers”
The Greatest of Gifts
“Next to eternal life, the greatest of all gifts that our Father in heaven can bestow on a man is the opportunity of being blessed with sons and daughters.”—Elder L. Tom Perry, “Father—Your Role, Your Responsibility”
The Influence of Parenting
“The influence of righteous, conscientious, persistent, daily parenting is among the most powerful and sustaining forces for good in the world.” —Elder L. Tom Perry, “Mothers Teaching Children in the Home”
The Lord’s Work
“The most important of the Lord’s work that you fathers will ever do will be within the walls of your own home.”—President Harold B. Lee, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Harold B. Lee (2000), 134
The Plan of Happiness
“The divine plan of happiness enables family relationships to be perpetuated beyond the grave.”—“The Family: A Proclamation to the World”
Women and Men Are Equal
“In the eyes of God, whether in the Church or in the family, women and men are equal, with different responsibilities.”—Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “The Keys and Authority of the Priesthood”
Work to Improve
“Families that function well work to improve their relationships despite their weaknesses.”—James D. MacArthur, “The Functional Family”
Worth Every Sacrifice
“These are grand principles. They are worth every sacrifice.”—Wilford Woodruff. In his talk “Roots and Branches,” Elder Quentin L. Cook quoted President Wilford Woodruff, who said: “There is hardly any principle the Lord has revealed that I have rejoiced more in than in the redemption of our dead; that we will have our fathers, our mothers, our wives and our children with us in the family organization, in the morning of the first resurrection and in the Celestial Kingdom. These are grand principles. They are worth every sacrifice.”

Music Albums

Youth Music
Listen to a variety of music tracks written, arranged, and recorded for Latter-day Saint youth. Gospel themes are reflected in both instrumentals and vocal studio performances dating back to 2013.
Songs of Devotion for Everyday Listening
The “Songs of Devotion” collection provides recordings of sacred music in a variety of musical styles for everyday listening. Different musical styles resonate with different individuals, and this collection will grow over time to include many contemporary and traditional styles. It is also hoped that initial English releases will eventually be adapted for use in other languages. We encourage members of every age, especially youth, to listen to the hymns and songs of the Restoration. Listen to them often—at home, during your daily activities, and in moments of personal devotion. As you do, the powerful messages of the hymns and songs will resonate in your minds and hearts, drawing you closer to God.
Book of Mormon Videos: Soundtrack from First Nephi
Singing Time
Find musical selections for Primary- and Sunday School–aged children. Gospel-related tunes, with and without words, are arranged for each month in the year to coincide with seasons and lesson plans.
Sing-Along
View videos of children’s Primary songs that provide subtitles to read and sing along, with additional recorded voices.
Children's Songbook—Words and Music
Download songs for children to sing, with vocals and music accompaniment. This album includes all 285 titles in the Children’s Songbook.
Children’s Songbook—Music Only
Download songs for children to sing, without vocals or subtitles. This album includes all 285 titles in the Children’s Songbook.
Hymns—Words and Music
The entire collection of official Latter-day Saint hymns is available for download and arranged by page number, with introduction music and choir voices for all verses.
Hymns—Music Only
The entire collection of official Latter-day Saint hymns is available for download and arranged by page number, without vocals.

Videos for Kids

Friend to Friend
Sing-Along Videos
Child-friendly songs arranged and performed that focus on Heavenly Father and building faith in Jesus.
One In A Million
Children from around the world share personal, faith-promoting experiences that we can all identify with.
Meet the Apostles
Children’s Bible Videos
In their own words, kids of baptismal age explain some of the profound teachings and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Inspiration for Kids
Animation and video reenactments tell uplifting short stories of conflict and hope in the context of the gospel in children’s lives.
Doctrine and Covenants Stories
Color illustrations of the Prophet Joseph Smith accompany paraphrased stories and revelations of the early Church and its history.
For Little Friends
Animated videos from the Friend magazine teaching principles of the gospel to children.
Matt and Mandy
Cartoon-like characters of a brother and sister who encounter various life events surrounding their family and friends, and learn to get along and make good choices.
Children and Youth Program
Inspirational videos encouraging children and youth to participate and enrich their lives through the new Children and Youth program.
Children Living the Gospel
Dozens of inspirational short stories of children who live gospel principles and offer examples of love, devotion, perseverance, and overcoming obstacles with God’s help.
Children's Music Videos
An assortment of popular children’s Primary songs set to video images and sung by both the Tabernacle Choir and other musical performers.
Book of Mormon Stories
This abridged audio narrative, produced for children, offers chapter-by-chapter content of the Book of Mormon along with images of the prophets, people, and Christ’s appearance.
New Testament Stories
Still-frame art and narration explain in simple terms the nature of Jesus’ birth, ministry, and Resurrection along with the ministry of the disciples.
Old Testament Stories
Classic Bible stories include from the Creation and Garden of Eden to Noah’s Ark and David defeating Goliath, and much more.
Year on Temple Square
Through the eyes of children, we can see the many attractions of Temple Square.

Video Collections

Basic Beliefs
Latter-day Saint beliefs begin with faith in Jesus Christ, loving your neighbor, and understanding the purpose of families. Explore media relating to these topics and others like temple worship, living prophets of God, and the Book of Mormon as an additional testament of Christ and companion to the Holy Bible.
Broadcasts
Enjoy this collection of videos containing all the broadcasts created by the Church. Find everything from general conference and Face to Face devotionals to inspirational music performances.
Callings and Trainings
Serving in your calling in the Church can help you learn and grow. This collection of training media will guide you in your ministry and development as a teacher and leader.
Children
Jesus loves children, and this collection of nurturing materials is designed for them. Enjoy media with inspiring music, stories from the scriptures, sing-along videos, and ideas for developing gifts and talents. Find more resources from <a href="https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/friend">the Friend</a>.
Church History
Learn more about the unique history of the Restoration of the gospel. This collection of videos addresses the Prophet Joseph Smith’s First Vision, modern-day revelation, religious persecution, and the pioneers’ journey across the plains to establish Zion and build temples in the American West.
Community Outreach
Charitable outreach to all is a core principle of the Church. These resources show how the Church uses a variety of welfare pathways to promote stability, self-reliance, education, and volunteerism.
Family History
This collection provides temple and family history instruction, missionary and leadership messages in the work of salvation, and personal stories.
Inspiration
View this collection of real-life stories, challenges, and personal victories of Latter-day Saints everywhere who find hope in the love of Jesus Christ and see the blessings of God in their daily lives.
Life Help
Find videos to help you assist a loved one, family member, or friend overcoming addiction to drugs, alcohol, or pornography. You can also view videos that teach how to find employment opportunities and improve self-reliance. See additional <a href="https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/topics/families-and-individuals/lifes-challenges/hope-and-help?lang=eng">Life Help resources</a>.
News and Events
See how the global Church is making news: dedicating temples, holding international conferences, partnering with interfaith groups and communities, and responding to humanitarian crises around the world.
People
Find videos featuring current and former leaders of the Church, including apostles and prophets, Relief Society General Presidencies, and other General Officers.
Scriptures
The standard works of the Church include the King James Version of the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price, and the Doctrine and Covenants. This collection contains videos depicting events in the standard works, as well as videos in which modern prophets discuss scriptural principles and doctrines.
Teaching and Lessons
Find supporting media for the foundational gospel principles taught in Sunday School, Relief Society, seminary, institute, priesthood quorums, and missionary lessons, beginning with lessons prepared from the teaching guide Come, Follow Me.
Topics
Whether you’re preparing a lesson or looking to enhance your personal study, this collection will help you find videos on various topics, including the Atonement of Christ, personal adversity, baptism, temple worship, and service.
Youth
The rising generation seeks assurance, guidance, and a sense of belonging in the Church. Find media created specifically to foster the testimonies and build the talents of youth. This collection includes yearly youth themes, For the Strength of Youth standards, and inspirational messages.

Image Collections

Book of Mormon Videos Images
View still-frame images produced from the Book of Mormon Videos series. This collection of scriptural reenactments brings the people of the Book of Mormon to life in pictures available for lesson development and teaching.
Children and Youth
These themes for young Latter-day Saint men and women affirm their divine nature as sons and daughters of God and encourage them to be witnesses of God and disciples of Christ, strengthen their families, and prepare to enter the temple and make covenants there.
Christmas
This collection captures many images relating to Jesus’s birth and the Christmas season. Scriptural prophecies of Jesus’s birth are illustrated in works of art, and holiday family traditions that strengthen faith in Christ are shown.
Church Leaders
This collection of portraits contains the names and images of the First Presidency, the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, the Quorum of the Seventy, the Presiding Bishopric, and other General Officers of the Church.
Church Places
Dating from the early 1800s onward, Church history landmarks—frontier homes, temples, and other buildings—are found across North America. This collection of images includes significant Latter-day Saint sites in Palmyra, New York; Kirtland, Ohio; Nauvoo, Illinois; and Independence, Missouri.
Church Themes, Proclamations, and Symbols
Come, Follow Me: Learning and Teaching Resources
These images provide visual references and teaching themes collected from the New Testament and the Book of Mormon. Artwork and still-frame images illustrate the ministry of Jesus Christ and His disciples and the teachings of Book of Mormon prophets.
Digital Pass-Along Cards
Easter
This collection celebrates the Resurrection of Christ and includes images of the Last Supper, Palm Sunday, the Savior’s captivity, the Crucifixion, angels rolling away the stone of the sepulcher, the empty tomb, Mary beholding the risen Lord, and Jesus’s ministry to people in the Americas.
Everyday People
All people, in every walk of life, are God’s children. This photo collection portrays people engaging in typical activities of faith, prayer, togetherness, and service.
Gospel Art
Gospel-related events through the ages are portrayed in artwork and photos that can be used as teaching tools. This vast visual collection offers a wide range of scriptural themes, doctrines, and stories that can be taught in lessons.
High Quality Images for Print
This collection of high-resolution images includes exterior photos of temples around the world, portraits of past and present Church leaders, and images of Christ’s ministry.
Infographics
Use this collection to review and display charts and summaries related to Church development, Church history, news, revelation, significant ordinations, and pioneer migration.
Inspirational Picture Quotes
Find and share messages of hope, encouragement, and admonition to help Latter-day Saints live the gospel and maintain a positive outlook.
Jesus Christ
These illustrations and production photographs recreate the life, teachings, personal ministry, and Atonement of Jesus the Christ. These images can be used in teaching both children and adults.
Living the Gospel
This international collection showcases the gospel in action in photographs relating to baptism, partaking of the sacrament, priesthood blessings and ordinations, scripture study, and the payment of tithes and offerings.
Primary
This image resource includes activity pages, coloring sheets, cutouts, and sharing time visuals that emphasize temples, prayer, family togetherness at home, and the teachings of Jesus.
Relief Society
In this collection, Relief Society sisters are shown ministering, holding leadership meetings, demonstrating skills, providing food, and responding to local and national emergencies.
Scriptures
This collection shows youth and families studying the scriptures. It also includes images of book covers and pages, as well as illustrations of themes from the Articles of Faith.
Seminary and Institute
This collection contains curriculum and lesson images for teaching from the standard works, along with Doctrinal Mastery flowcharts and topical illustrations of Latter-day Saint teachings on marriage and family.
Temples
This collection contains images of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints around the world, shown by day and by night. These images show how temples often reflect the culture and architecture of the regions where they are built.
Things
These artistically framed photos of man-made objects and scenes in nature can inspire thought-provoking discussions of gospel teachings and human endeavors.

Podcasts

General Conference Podcast
Saints: Volume 1
Each week the Saints podcast features interviews with historians, General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others involved with the new history of the Church, Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days. Listen in for great conversations and fresh insights on the history of the Restoration.
Saints: Volume 2
Each week the Saints podcast features interviews with historians, General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others involved with the new history of the Church, Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days. Listen in for great conversations and fresh insights on the history of the Restoration.
The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers
The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast is a six-part miniseries from the Joseph Smith Papers Project that explores the history and legacy of Joseph Smith’s first vision. Series host Spencer W. McBride interviews historians and other scholars in a documentary-style podcast about this pivotal event in the history of the Restoration. Released in the bicentennial year of Joseph Smith’s vision of God the Father and Jesus Christ, the podcast recreates the world in which Joseph Smith was seeking answers to the pressing questions of his soul. Listeners will be invited to understand the First Vision from the perspective of historians.
Latter-day Saint Women
Discover both familiar and lesser-known women from the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, their stories and contributions, and what we can learn from them today. Guest historians and other Latter-day Saint voices join us to share their insights on the remarkable experiences and inspired teachings of women throughout our history.
The Daily
Join us Monday through Friday to hear inspirational stories, news, events, quotes from Church leaders, and more for your daily uplift.
Extreme Genes
Extreme Genes keeps you informed on the latest in family history research around the world. Host Scott Fisher talks to people about amazing things that have happened while they were doing family history research.
Joseph Smith Papers
The Nauvoo Temple