The Church makes another pro-vaccine gesture.
Kept in storage in 2020 due to the pandemic, one of the Church’s most successful charitable efforts is back for the holidays.
Former missionary companions formed Bright the Way, and their new music to #LightTheWorld is inspiring.
COVID has curtailed Christmas concert plans, but the Church is now crowdsourcing the effort, inviting all to submit their own performances.
The Founder of Lifting Hands International discusses some acute needs among the Rohingya refugees in their current crisis. Here’s how you can help.
#LightTheWorld Day 25: “Let Your Light So Shine Before Men, That They May See Your Good Works, and Glorify Your Father Which Is in Heaven”
After 25 days, we culminate Light the World with an admonition to lead by example.
The Lord commanded us to watch and pray always. What blessings are we missing by failing to watch and pray?
The work of salvation involves saving those in spiritual AND temporal prison.
As we liken ourselves to Christ and alter our behavior to reflect Him, so will we be a light to others.
Sometimes those we love are spiritually hungry. But what of those times when our loved ones are physically hungry? When their choice is not to eat?
#LightTheWorld Day 20: “A Man’s Life Consisteth Not in the Abundance of the Things Which He Possesseth”
If your life track has you burning hours in order to achieve worldly success and obtain material wealth, take a step back and prioritize.
Too often we forget that our purpose on this earth is to experience joy. Do you make joy a priority?
My best friend caused my family to lose our home. I spent years harboring resentments and bitterness. Then I changed.
The Lord commanded us to meet together oft. How can you maximize the value of your time with your loved ones?
Let me tell you about a time when I did not clothe the naked and what I learned from the experience.
Giving doesn’t need to be grand. Gestures don’t need to be topped. Friends don’t need to be outdone. Giving meaningfully can be enough.
#LightTheWorld Day 13: “All Things Whatsoever Ye Would that Men Should Do to You, Do Ye Even So to Them”
Christ wants us to treat all of our brothers and sisters equally, whether we understand and agree with them or not.
As you turn your focus to Christ this Christmas look around for those who are struggling, and do something to comfort them.
As members of the LDS Church, should be the first ones off the starting block when it comes to supporting and welcoming refugees. It really is that simple.
How will your life change if you search the scriptures, not just read them, but search them?
When Judy abruptly came down with appendicitis in central China, her colleagues, family, and friends demonstrated Christlike love in their service.
#LightTheWorld Day 8: “Love Your Enemies, Bless Them That Curse You, Do Good to Them That Hate You, and Pray for Them Which Despitefully Use You”
In a world full of jealousy, anger, and spite, what can you do today to forgive those who have wronged you?
There is nothing quite like children to give parents a reality check in a way no others can.
The recurring message in the scriptures seems to be: Watch yourself, because one day you may be on the other end of judgment, and you need to consider now how you will feel then.
To honor our father and mother means more than mere reverence toward them. A whole other definition of honor is structured around fulfilling an obligation.
The Samaritan cared for one who was ostensibly his enemy. So, too, we must care for the maligned and unfortunate, regardless of their place of origin.
The Lord’s Day is a gift to us, a manifestation of His grace and an opportunity for us to draw near to Him, and for us to bring hope and healing to others.
Over 20 percent of the world’s population lacks access to clean drinking water. What can you do to change that in your community?
Matthew 10:8 – Because we have been given much, we too must give. But is the giving limited to temporal items?
Legendary recording artist who happens to be Mormon (but not Mormon recording artist) Peter Breinholt sits down to talk about #LighttheWorld.
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and Every Mormon Actor Ever Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High”
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and everyone in Provo make a pretty rad Christmas video. If you don’t feel joy from this, you are heartless