Steven A. Smith asks us to follow our elder brother's example by being His compassionate hands to relieve suffering in others.
Niwako Yamawaki shares her journey toward God, her experience as an immigrant, and her testimony of Christ's power to relieve suffering.
Alan R. Harker speaks about the power of hope as an anchor for our souls, especially in the times of our greatest suffering.
We can find courage in our trials by remembering there is a purpose to it all.
Although suffering tribulation is a necessary part of life, it does not lessen God's love for us. In fact, trials are an opportunity to grow and learn.
As trials and challenges come, we'll be tempted to view our glass as half empty. However, focusing on the gospel can help us see life half full.
Our response to adversity shapes our character. Trials are temporary, but the blessings we can receive from them are permanent.
We cannot sin without accepting the consequences, and sin always brings suffering. Sincere repentance is not easy, but it is possible.
Because God loves us, He will deliver to each of us customized challenges that will last "but for a small moment" to help us grow and progress.
The Lamanite, or Native American peoples, have had a difficult and oppressed history. It is our responsibility to support and help them.
Suffering, death, and tragedy are sometimes part of God's plan and sometimes the result of human agency. Trust Him instead of blaming Him.
Milton R. Hunter speaks to some of the concerns of Latter-day Saint college students in a world whose political and moral dynamics are so uncertain.