A God of Miracles - by Dallin

His primary talk today.

A God of Miracles - by Alaura

Alaura giving Dallin's talk

Did Jesus Really Live Again?

Yes, when the 3rd day came!

I Often Go Walking

In the Times to Come

An inspiring talk from Elder Anderson, including touching anecdotes relative to the recent passing of Pres. Packer and Elder Perry, observations about our "interesting times", and promises to the faithful in the future.

Rich Assortment of Topics

Get insight from Mike Otterson about his experiences, recent issues confronting the Church, and the internal workings of Church Public Affairs.

Groundhog BYC

It's Always Fun at Grandma's House

It's Always Fun at Grandma's House

The Slightest Challenge

In our time -- when so much of what we desire is so easily within our reach--it is tempting to turn aside or give up whenever the road ahead seems a little bumpy or the slope tends to rise steeply before us. In those moments, it might inspire us to reflect on those men, women, and children who did not allow sickness, hardship, pain, and even death to deter them from their chosen path.

Pres. Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Happy Birthday!

Happy birthday! Here's to a year with you and new adventures ahead.

new horizons

It's Good to Be Alive

Pres. Eyring on the Pioneers

Fun interview with Pres Eyring on KSL

grand marshal

Much Like Peter

So many of us are so much like [Peter]. We pledge our loyalty; we affirm our determination to be of good courage; we declare, sometimes even publicly, that come what may we will do the right thing, that we will stand for the right cause, that we will be true to ourselves and to others.

Then the pressures begin to build. Sometimes these are social pressures. Sometimes they are personal appetites. Sometimes they are false ambitions. There is a weakening of the will. There is a softening of discipline. There is capitulation. And then there is remorse, self-accusation, and bitter tears of regret.

One of the great tragedies we witness almost daily is the tragedy of men of high aim and low achievement. Their motives are noble. Their proclaimed ambition is praiseworthy. Their capacity is great. But their discipline is weak. They succumb to indolence. Appetite robs them of will.

President Gordon B. Hinckley in And Peter Went Out and Wept Bitterly

When Love Becomes Virtuous

Marriage is a divine institution precisely because it pressures us away from self-centered love toward mature loveā€”love freely offered, love as the choice to care for and invest in another person, even when they disappoint us.

Self Reliance: Having a Healthier Marriage

Beautiful Indiana Temple

terrestrial room

Beautiful interior and exerior shots now available on mormon newsroom.