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If you need inspiration, or you are just feeling a little pounded by the rush of the world, we’ve got some great resources right here for you!

Check out this amazing talk by Sheri Dew, “Stand Tall and Stand Together“. From that wonderful address:

None of us have to reach everyone. But what if we all reached someone? And then someone else? And so on. President Hinckley has asked us to “become a vast army with enthusiasm for this work” (“Find the Lambs, Feed the Sheep,” Ensign, May 1999, 110). As we do so, we will become one of the mightiest forces for good this world has ever seen. For we, the sisters of Relief Society, are women of God. And the work of women of God and the work of the Relief Society has always been to help build the kingdom of God.


This remarkable BYU speech by Bonnie D. Parkin is an insightful look at how we define our personal lives…

in this talk, Sister Parkin shares examples of Elder Maxwell’s personal ministry and examples from her own life. She defines what personal ministry is, and she also quotes President Hinckley:

Believe in yourselves. Believe in your capacity to do some good in this world. God sent us here for a purpose, and that was to improve the world in which we live. The wonderful thing is that we can do it

From this outstanding speech:

Asking to be an answer to someone’s prayer has a powerful impact. There are sacred, quiet experiences for those who participate with the Lord in answering prayers. As we go about listening, watching, and feeling for the answer to those prayers—even in the midst of our busy schedules—I testify that our earthly ministry unfolds by revelation and divine empowerment. Our testimonies, faith, and feelings of connectedness to the Lord expand in amazing, unexpected ways.


This video goes with the Worldwide Visiting Teaching training found at the official website for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.