One talk each weekday from a leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Session podcasts from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / LDS Church / Mormons general conference, plus related programming from KSL Newsradio in Salt Lake City.
Hello my name is Joshua Haws and I’m starting this podcast to educate those who are unfamiliar about teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and uplift those who struggle with the struggles of the world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/josh-haws/support
I've broken down the history of the Mormon Church in 50 objects to help tell parts of the story. Hope you enjoy.
No matter what our mortal experience may entail, we can trust God and find joy in Him.
I invite you to center your life on Jesus Christ and remember the foundational truths in the Young Women theme.
As we choose to make covenants and keep them, we will be blessed with more happiness in this life and a glorious eternal life to come.
As we center our lives on Jesus Christ, we will be blessed with spiritual strength, contentment, and joy.
We can turn to the Savior for the strength and healing that will enable us to do all that we were sent here to do.
Our personal conversion includes the responsibility to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the world.
As we humble ourselves and exercise faith in Jesus Christ, the grace of Christ and His infinite atoning sacrifice make it possible to change.
I testify that the plan of happiness works. It was created by your Heavenly Father, who loves you.
Please come find your family, all your generations, and bring them home.
We were born at this time for a divine purpose, the gathering of Israel.
Jesus has overcome the abuses of this world to give you power to not only survive but one day, through Him, to overcome and even conquer.
Begin your search for happiness by embracing the bounty we have already received from the giver of every good gift.
When the storms in life come, you can be steady because you are standing on the rock of your faith in Jesus Christ.
Unbelief blocks our ability to see miracles, whereas a mindset of faith in the Savior unlocks the powers of heaven.
This change of heart is not an event; it takes faith, repentance, and constant spiritual work to happen.
Peacemakers are not passive; they are persuasive in the Savior’s way.
Covenants and ordinances point us to and help us always remember our connection with the Lord Jesus Christ as we progress along the covenant path.
The Church is more than the buildings and the ecclesiastical structure; the Church is us, the members, with Christ at the head and the prophet as His mouthpiece.
I pray that you young men and young women and your parents will see and know how missionary service will forever bless your life.
We have the sacred responsibility to share the power and peace of Jesus Christ with all who will listen.
Now is the time we can learn. Now is the time we can repent. Now is the time we can bless others.
If we want the Savior to lift us heavenward, then our commitment to Him and His gospel can’t be casual or occasional.
Within the fold of God, we experience the Good Shepherd’s watchful, nurturing care and are blessed to feel His redeeming love.
May the remembrance of what our eyes have seen and our hearts have felt increase our amazement at the Savior’s atoning sacrifice.
There is no substitute for the time you spend in the scriptures, hearing the Holy Ghost speak directly to you.
Let us be confident, not apologetic, valiant, not timid, faithful, not fearful as we hold up the Lord’s light in these last days.
The path to perfection is the covenant path, and Jesus Christ is the center of all ordinances and covenants.
I would like to suggest five specific actions we can take to help us maintain positive spiritual momentum.
Let us follow our Savior, Jesus Christ, and His gospel by becoming self-reliant throughout our lives and teaching this to our children and youth.
God so loved us that He sent His Only Begotten Son—not to condemn us, but to save us.
As we love, share, and invite, we take part in that great and glorious work that prepares the earth for the return of its Messiah.
He can heal broken relationships with God, broken relationships with others, and broken parts of ourselves.