While our backgrounds and experiences are diverse, we share a deep commitment to Jesus Christ, to each other, and our neighbors. Watch these stories of faith in the everyday lives of Mormons. You can also meet Mormons here.
Our faith influences nearly every aspect of our lives. Beyond simply believing in Jesus Christ, we try to bring His teachings to life at home, at work and in our communities. Here are a few of the cultural priorities embraced by members of the Church around the world.
We are all spiritual children of a loving
Heavenly Father who sent us to this earth to learn and grow in a mortal state. As Mormons,
we are followers of Jesus Christ. We live our lives
to serve Him and teach of His eternal plan for each of us.
When tough and touchy subjects arise, how should we respond? Starting early, talking straight, and teaching with love will help you navigate the turbulent and troubled years of talking with your children.
Have you thought about your life’s purpose lately? Having a clear and solid understanding of why you are living your life the way you are can give you peace, clarity, and solace—both in hard times and in times of serenity.
The idea of “God” can seem abstract to some. The best place to start when considering the role and place of God in your life is to look inward. Start by asking yourself these three questions, and seriously consider your answers.
What do a step dancer, a college football head coach, a kickboxer, a World War II veteran, a devoted wife and mother, and a humanitarian have in common? They’re all featured in the Mormon Church’s first-ever motion picture in theaters 10/10/14.
Imagine swimming 500 meters, biking 12 miles, and then running 3.2 miles. Now imagine bringing a friend along for the whole ride, supporting him through the whole journey. That is what Spencer Zimmerman did with his friend Dayton Hayward. Read more.
Everyone born on this earth has a mother. Yet mothers are not the only women who influence our lives for good. Many of us have had important mother-figures that have played crucial roles in teaching, defining, and shaping our character—they are our “Other Mothers.”