Amy Petersen Jensen shares examples of why our bodies matter in a digital world, citing from both personal and professional experiences.
Bishop Gérald Caussé teaches about the relationship between our bodies and spirits. Harmony between the two is the key to happiness.
With the right attitude and the Lord at our side, we can learn to live a healthy lifestyle and more fully enjoy the blessings of life.
D. Todd Christofferson asks us to consider how we treat sacred things. We can show reverence for sacred places, callings, and our bodies.
Our Father in Heaven desires us to be joyful and well, to nurture and care for the garden that is entrusted to each of us. He needs a healthy people and has given us the gifts and abilities to be so.
Mortal bodies are the instrument of the mind and the foundation of character. Care for and protect it from the spiritual dangers of the world.
After reflecting on the 9/11 tragedy a year ago, BYU's president counsels students to treat the university, and their bodies, as temples of learning.
Becoming physically healthy is an outward manifestation of inner convictions. Church members dance to communicate the sacred to the world.
Our mortal body is an eternal part of our soul. The way we use and treat our bodies has lasting physical, emotional, and spiritual implications.
Jeffrey R. Holland discusses the sanctity of chastity and physical intimacy. The power of souls, symbols, and sacraments is gifted from God.
One of the most magnificent creations of God is the remarkably complex human body, which ought to be an object of appreciation and respect.
Russell M. Nelson shares some of his greatest life lessons about the body, the spirit, the power of love, and the dependability of divine law.