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.
I am absolutely sure you youth can do this because of something about your identity and an enormous power within you.
The bishop has a paramount role in serving as a shepherd to guide the rising generation to Jesus Christ.
We long to help all who feel alone or feel they don’t belong. Let me mention, in particular, those who are currently single.
Jesus Christ is the light that we should hold up even during the dark times of our mortal life.
As covenant children of God, we love, honor, nurture, safeguard, and welcome those spirits who are coming from the premortal world.
Jesus Christ both understands unfairness and has the power to provide a remedy.
In each ward and branch we need everyone—those who may be strong and those who are perhaps struggling. All are necessary.
The instruments we need to create a brighter day and grow an economy of genuine goodness are abundantly provided for in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
It is in the temple that we can receive the assurance of loving family connections that will continue after death and last for eternity.
In this Easter season, Jesus Christ invites us to become, like Him, a good Samaritan, to make His Inn (His Church) a refuge for all.
As you extend yourself with kindness, care, and compassion, I promise that you will lift up arms that hang down and will heal hearts.
The responsibility rests squarely upon each of us to follow the example of the Master and teach like Him.
We cannot wait for conversion to simply happen to our children. Accidental conversion is not a principle of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
God is among us—and is personally involved in our lives and actively guiding His children.
Welcome to general conference and to the privilege of hearing the voice of the Lord.
Keep your temple covenants and blessings foremost in your minds and hearts. Stay true to the covenants you have made.
A gospel principle is a doctrinally based guideline for the righteous exercise of moral agency.
I testify that the gospel light of truth and love shines brightly throughout the earth today.
The difference of the covenant path is uniquely and eternally significant.
As we intensify our faith in Christ, we receive light in intensifying measure until it dispels all darkness.
Miracles, signs, and wonders abound among followers of Jesus Christ today, in your lives and in mine.
Our belief in divine inspiration gives Latter-day Saints a unique responsibility to uphold and defend the United States Constitution and principles of constitutionalism.
Faith in Jesus Christ is the greatest power available to us in this life. All things are possible to them that believe.
Because of His atoning sacrifice, the Savior has power to cleanse, heal, and strengthen us one by one.
If we build our foundation on Jesus Christ, we cannot fall!
I would like to share three specific ways our Heavenly Father manifests His love for us, His children.
We have Jesus Christ’s perfect example to follow, and the journey toward our eternal home is possible only because of His teachings, His life, and His atoning sacrifice.
It is not so much about what we are going through in life but what we are becoming.
I invite all who feel sorrow, all who wonder what happens after we die, to place your faith in Christ.
Through the redeeming Atonement and glorious Resurrection of Jesus Christ, broken hearts can be healed, anguish can become peace, and distress can become hope.
As we genuinely repent of our sins, we allow the atoning sacrifice of Christ to become wholly effective in our life.
If you look at your life prayerfully, I believe you will see many ways in which the Lord has been guiding you through this time of hardship.
Jesus Christ has done everything that is essential for our journey through mortality toward the destiny outlined in the plan of our Heavenly Father.
The purpose for our receiving the priesthood is to allow us to bless people for the Lord, doing so in His name.
God has sent us right here, right now, at this momentous time in history.