Relief Society

Relief Society
By LDS Podcasting ([email protected])
About this podcast
The first week of each month, the Mormon Channel Relief Society program will explore the Visiting Teaching message through quotes from the general Relief Society presidency and General Authorities. A second episode each month will feature a member of the general Relief Society presidency and other guests discussing the topic of the Visiting Teaching Message in an interview with general Relief Society board member Sharon Eubank. Join us as we explore these inspired messages.
Episodes (Total: 44 / Page: 1)
June 18, 2012 · 00:37:48
Join Julene Judd, Vilma Sagebin (who was born in Bolivia and raised in Brazil), Marta Bravo from Chile, and Milli Dadson from Ghana as they share their international perspective on ways to utilize the new Relief Society history book.
May 14, 2012 · 00:35:11
Join us as we review the messages given by church leaders on faith, family and service from the April 2012 General Conference.
May 7, 2012 · 00:32:21
How can the new Relief Society history book, Daughters in My Kingdom, benefit mothers? Join Julene Judd, Peggy Moffit, Kathleen Cook, and Erin Jack as they share their perspectives on ways to utilize this inspiring new book.
April 30, 2012 · 00:39:03
How can the new Relief Society history book, Daughters in My Kingdom, benefit leaders? Join Julene Judd, Carol Poulson, Michele Downey, and Dana Israelsen as they share their perspective on ways to utilize this inspiring new book.
April 9, 2012 · 00:30:51
Join us as we explore the April visiting teaching message, "Love, Watch Over, and Strengthen." We've added quotes from auxiliary leaders and General Authorities to help us learn more about how we can really minister to those around us, especially those we visit teach.
April 2, 2012 · 00:45:29
Why are questions so important? Is it faithless or wrong to have questions or to acknowledge that you don't understand certain things? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck, Sharon Eubank, and Elisa Scharton discuss how questions are a valuable avenue to receive revelation.
April 2, 2012 · 00:26:14
In order to allow change to refine us, how can we prepare for the transitions we must inevitably face through life? What are some key things we should be pondering and asking ourselves to learn from change? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck as she answers these questions and more about transition.
March 19, 2012 · 00:26:34
What does Sister Beck do with her leisure time? Is it wrong to spend my free time reading, especially if the books aren’t always spiritually based? How do you choose what media you’re willing to consume? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck as she answers these questions and more about spending leisure time.
March 19, 2012 · 00:36:41
How can the new Relief Society history book, Daughters in My Kingdom, benefit your family? Join Julene Judd and the Stephens family as they share their perspective on ways to utilize this inspiring new book.
March 19, 2012 · 00:33:18
Does our appearance really affect how people view us? How can we help our youth to understand how important modesty is? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck as she answers these questions and more about dress and appearance.
March 12, 2012 · 00:28:02
Join us as we explore the March visiting teaching message, "Daughters in My Kingdom." We've added quotes from auxiliary leaders and General Authorities to help us learn more about the potential we have as daughters of a loving Heavenly Father.
March 5, 2012 · 00:28:19
In what ways can we feel God's love for us and share that with others? How can we show true charity for someone who isn't always as loving towards us? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck as she answers these questions and more about charity.
Feb. 20, 2012 · 00:35:48
What does it really mean to be a visiting teacher? How can we approach sisters who don't want to be visited? How do we know if we are doing enough? Listen to Sister Julie B. Beck as she answers these questions and more about visiting teaching, the call to minister to others.
Feb. 20, 2012 · 00:46:49
How can the new Relief Society history book, Daughters in My Kingdom, benefit young single adult sisters? Join Julene Judd, Lauren Bangerter, Rebecca Pike, and Sarah Doxey as they share their perspective on ways to utilize this inspiring new book.
Feb. 6, 2012 · 00:36:27
Join us as we explore the February visiting teaching message, "Guardians of the Hearth." We've added quotes from auxiliary leaders and General Authorities to help us learn more about the power each woman has to make a difference in the world as she teaches the gospel in her own home.
Jan. 9, 2012 · 00:32:14
Join us as we explore the January visiting teaching message, "Watchcare and Ministering through Visiting Teaching." We've added quotes from auxiliary leaders and General Authorities to help us learn more about the responsibility each one of us has to minister to others just as the Savior does.
Jan. 2, 2012 · 00:38:30
Do young single adults struggle to feel like they fit in with Relief Society, and what's being done to help bridge this gap? If I've never had a testimony of Relief Society, how do I gain one? Listen to Sister Beck as she answers these questions and more about how Relief Society relates to young single adults.
Dec. 12, 2011 · 00:36:00
Join us as we explore the December visiting teaching message, “An Extensive Sphere of Action.” We’ve added quotes from auxiliary leaders and General Authorities to help us learn more about the power each one of us has to make a difference with our righteous influence.
Nov. 28, 2011 · 00:30:11
How can the new Relief Society history book, Daughters in My Kingdom, benefit more than just the sisters? Join Sharon Eubank, President Dale Cook, Bishop Blaine Maw, and President Richard Norby as they share a priesthood perspective on ways to utilize this inspiring new book to benefit everyone.
Nov. 21, 2011 · 00:48:36
What does it mean to be called a mother? What advice do you have for women who aren't able to have children, who have to work outside of the home, or who have to run their home as a single parent? Listen to Sister Beck as she answers these questions and more about the greatest role there is for women.