Just like our smartphone, we start out each day charged and ready to go. However, as we begin to complete tasks on our day’s to-do list, it begins to drain from our energy stores until eventually, we’re left with little to no energy.
During difficult times, part of being emotionally resilient is checking in with yourself. As you identify things you are struggling with, you can choose coping strategies to help you stay healthy.
Does we really need seven or eight hours of sleep a night? The answer is that we do, even if we have convinced ourselves that we don’t.
In many cases, suicide prevention is a painful, long-term process. A young man talks about his struggle with depression and the persistent feelings of pain and emptiness that seemed overwhelming. He chose to stay alive for his family and his friends.
Since the pandemic began, we often hear the term “social distancing”—implying the idea that we should keep a certain distance between ourselves and other people. Personally, I prefer the term “physical distancing” rather than “social distancing” to refer to this practice.
Utah Area Presidency of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Approves Utah Wards to Meet Again
In a letter to stake presidents, the Utah Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued additional guidelines for how local Utah leaders should move forward in reopening churches across the state.
First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Provides Guidelines for Safely Returning to Church Meetings
The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles have authorized that some Church meetings and activities may be resumed on a limited basis using a careful, phased approach.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues to provide relief amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Church is now distributing cash and commodities in response to an unprecedented number of humanitarian requests around the world.
We Can Worship In Our Homes. There Is No Need To Defy Authorities: The Example Of The Saints In Ghana
Surely we need divine help now more than ever, but churches are not the only place where we can worship, especially in times of danger or persecution.
COVID-19: Lockdowns, Chaos at U.S. Airports, Biggest Killer Diseases, and a Message of Hope from President Nelson
The chaos seems to be spreading around the world. Hysteria surrounding the coronavirus at times is out of control, like people fighting over toilet paper, and some of the solutions to the challenge may not be very effective, but actually create more problems.
Role of Latter-day Saints Bishops and Stake Presidents in the Sacrament During Suspended Worship Meetings
Unusual circumstances may result in the bishop occasionally giving authorization for a sacrament meeting to be held away from the meetinghouse.
Many governments have placed restrictions that have required the temporary closure of a number of LDS temples.
Beginning immediately, all public gatherings of Church members are being temporarily suspended worldwide until further notice
We couldn’t have imagined five months ago how the logistic of General Conference would be impacted by the spreading of the new health threat, the COVID-19 (coronavirus).
I am obviously not an expert in infectious diseases, but I wonder whether we aren’t perhaps exaggerating. It is like suddenly people forgot about all the other problems we have in our world and all they can think about is the coronavirus.
La Chiesa di Gesù Cristo dei Santi degli Ultimi Giorni Promuove un Digiuno Nazionale per l’Emergenza Coronavirus
La Chiesa di Gesù Cristo dei Santi degli Ultimi Giorni promuove un digiuno nazionale per l’emergenza coronavirus. L’ invito a partecipare al digiuno che si terrà tra mercoledì 11 marzo e giovedì 12 marzo è stato esteso non solo ai membri della Chiesa ma anche a chiunque viva in Italia o ami l’Italia, qualunque sia il suo credo religioso o appartenenza politica
The Rome Italy Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Will Close Due to Coronavirus
The Europe Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Thursday that the Rome Italy Temple will close beginning Friday in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Il Coronavirus Provoca la Chiusura del Tempio di Roma della Chiesa di Gesù Cristo dei Santi degli Ultimi Giorni
Il Tempio di Roma della Chiesa di Gesù Cristo dei Santi degli Ultimi Giorni sarà chiuso dal 6 marzo 2020 per la pulizia e la manutenzione annuale.
RootsTech 2020, Hosted by FamilySearch, Attracts Almost 30,000 People to Salt Lake City – Days in Reviews
The 10th anniversary of the world’s largest family history event, RootsTech, held February 26–29, 2020, attracted nearly 30,000 people from all over the world to Salt Lake City.
Youth General Leaders Join 20,000 Youth at RootsTech While COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Concerns Increase Around the World
Utah only have a few known cases of coronavirus, and while this may change in the future, for now there is no apparent fear and more than 20,000 youth filled the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednesday night, February 26, to participate in interactive family history activities planned just for them.
The last weeks have seen the fast spreading of the coronavirus in several countries. In Northern Italy, for example, people have panicked and run to buy food and other essential items, emptying shelves in many stores.
Leadership Sessions of April 2020 General Conference (That Will Be Different From Any Previous One) Was Postponed
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces today that the leadership sessions for General Authorities, Area Seventies, and General Officers have been postponed.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues to closely monitor the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on people around the world, including the ability of our missionaries to effectively find and teach, and of our members to gather for worship.
The Church continues to monitor developments with the coronavirus. Overnight, we have learned that some of the missionaries leaving the China Hong Kong Mission will not undergo quarantine at a government facility as previously believed.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Sending Supplies to China to Assist With Coronavirus
“These are our dear brothers and sisters,” said President Nelson. “We feel privileged to be able to offer some small measure of help. We pray for them, and know God will bless them.”