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10 Pressing Questions Answered About Church’s Youth Program Change

10 Pressing Questions Answered About Church's Youth Program Change

The following FAQ addresses a new initiative from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for its children and youth development. Why is the Church changing its children and youth programs? Over the past several years, the Church has been conducting an extensive review of all existing children and youth activities and personal development programs. As a global church with millions …

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2018 LDS Mutual Theme Announced: Peace in Christ

2018 LDS Mutual Theme Announced: Peace in Christ

According to LDS Media Talk, the Church has announced the 2018 Mutual Theme for LDS youth. The theme is based on Doctrine and Covenants 19:23: “Learn of me, and listen to my words; walk in the meekness of my Spirit, and you shall have peace in me.” LDS youth use the theme each year as a guide for their course of …

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The Hero Within a Latter-day Youth

The Hero Within a Latter-day Youth

Brock is the son of Lance and Jozet Richardson (author of “The Message”). He played football as a defensive lineman at BYU and received the LaVell Edwards Spirit of the Y award. He served a mission in Montevideo Uraguay. He is now a seminary teacher in Provo. As a Seminary teacher, I’ve always been interested in what motivates teens.  What …

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Mormon Youth Will Ask Church Leaders Questions in Live Chat Event

Mormon Youth Will Ask Church Leaders Questions in Live Chat Event

Originally published on Mormon Newsroom. Youth from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be able to ask questions to Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles; Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women general president; and Brother Stephen W. Owen, Young Men general president in a live social media forum on Wednesday, January 20, 2016, beginning …

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LDS Youth Invited to Join the Piano Guys During Online Event

LDS Youth Invited to Join the Piano Guys During Online Event

  Tonight, LDS youth from around the world are invited to join the Piano Guys in an online Face to Face event. The Church has been hosting Face to Face events for the past year, with people such as Lindsey Stirling and Elder David A. Bednar. The purpose of these online chats is to help LDS youth “understand that they …

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2016 Mutual Theme Announced By General Youth Presidencies

2016 Mutual Theme Announced By General Youth Presidencies

According to a letter given to LDS Living, the Young Women and Young Men General Presidencies have announced the new 2016 mutual theme. The theme is “Press forward with a steadfastness in Christ”, which comes from 2 Nephi 31:20: Wherefore, ye must press forward with a steadfastness in Christ, having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and …

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New Video for Youth Teaches Powerful Lesson About Reaching Out

New Video for Youth Teaches Powerful Lesson

Uploaded this week, this unique new video for LDS youth finds a young man trapped in the same day over and over, where he is tasked by his Bishop to invite a less-active member to Church. When his efforts prove fruitless, he finds himself asking “What is the point?” Ultimately, he learns it takes a lot more than just a single …

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Powerful Things LDS Teens Can Do to Prepare For a Better Future

5 Things LDS Teens Can Do to Prepare For a Better Future

During your wonderful, magical teen years, it’s normal to think that preparing for the future isn’t important, but nothing could be further from the truth. How you prepare today will determine the course you travel for the rest of your life. Just slow down for a moment and look around you. If you honestly look, you’ll clearly see examples of …

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New Music Video for Youth Will Remind You to Live “This Life”

This New Music Video for Youth Will Remind You to Live "This Life"

Mormon Channel has released a new music video for the song “This Life,” an anthem about treasuring every moment and spending our time on what matters most. While the video was created specifically with youth in mind, the message is applicable to us all. You can watch the video above. Aleah IngramAleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where …

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Please, Tell Your Laurels These Things

Please, Tell Your Laurels...

Originally posted by Emily, at her blog. I have to start this out with one incredibly vital point. I loved and adored every one of my Young Women’s leaders. This post is not an attack on their teachings or advice. I know they left parts of their hearts and souls on the table when they taught on Sunday. I am so thankful for …

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