Hope Works Video: Mourn With Those That Mourn

Hope Works Video: Mourn With Those That Mourn

A colleague of mine delivered the talk “Mourn With Those That Mourn” as part of the Hope Works series (The Church of Jesus Christ’s version of TED Talks). Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to support someone but you didn’t know how?...
Video: Like a Broken Vessel

Video: Like a Broken Vessel

Watch the Church video “Like a Broken Vessel.” One in four people in the world will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. More than 16 million U.S. adults had at least one major depressive episode in the past year.     In...
Video: Working Through Emotional Trauma

Video: Working Through Emotional Trauma

The Church has published the video “Working Through Emotional Trauma.” Will emotional trauma ever go away? Addressing it with a professional counselor, praying to God, and talking with trusted friends can ease some pain. In this video Brittany shares her experience...
Magazine Articles about Pornography

Magazine Articles about Pornography

The October 2019 issues of the Ensign and Liahona magazines have several articles about pornography. In an introductory statement in the magazine, Sister Joy D. Jones, Primary General President, said: As we strive to love and protect our children, pornography must be...
Church Leaders Teach About LGBT Issues

Church Leaders Teach About LGBT Issues

As is customary for the October general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, General Authorities and General Officers of the Church met this morning to be instructed by the First Presidency. In that meeting, President Dallin H. Oaks spoke...
Video: His Grace: Talking About Sexual Abuse

Video: His Grace: Talking About Sexual Abuse

In this Church video “His Grace: Talking About Sexual Abuse,” Ally shares how her spirit broke when a trusted friend molested her. She couldn’t bring herself to tell anyone—mostly because she didn’t want to believe it happened. It can be really hard to talk about...
National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Over 800,000 people die by suicide worldwide every year. In the United States, suicide rates have surged to the highest levels in nearly 30 years, with increases in every age group. The Church of Jesus Christ...
Covenant Eyes: Freedom from Pornography

Covenant Eyes: Freedom from Pornography

On this site, we maintain an ongoing page that lists resources in overcoming pornography. We know that pornography is a big problem in the world today, and it is growing bigger. One of the best programs we have seen to help your family stay clear of pornography is...
How Do We Rise Above Bullying?

How Do We Rise Above Bullying?

This article reviews key resources provided by the Church and other organizations to help prevent bullying. Resources from the Church Teaching Children About Bullying Church Applauds Community Efforts to Fight Suicide, Bullying and Homelessness Stop Bullying Videos In...
How to Respond When My Child Has Viewed Pornography

How to Respond When My Child Has Viewed Pornography

The Church has produced a series of videos about pornography. Some are resources for individuals and others are to help parents. The video below, “How Do I Respond When My Child Has Viewed Pornography?” is from the page How do I respond when I discover my...
Staying Safe from Pornography Online

Staying Safe from Pornography Online

Pornography is freely available online and it is one of the biggest threats to our children’s online safety. Children with unrestricted internet access are just a click away from viewing sexually-explicit material online—either intentionally or accidentally. Depraved...
Video: How to Face an Addiction to Pornography

Video: How to Face an Addiction to Pornography

The Church has published a new video “How to Face an Addiction to Pornography.” It is one in a series of His Grace videos. “I can quit whenever I want.” Steve never thought of himself as an addict. He thought that his problem would eventually go away—maybe...

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