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Latter-day Saint Women Podcast

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The Latter-day Saint Women podcast shares the legacy of women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Get to know the faithful women who shaped our past, and hear from inspiring women of faith today as they address gospel topics.

Popular episodes

92. Mayavel Amado Pineda | Ministering in the Savior’s Way

Nov 17 • 00:00
“Who can I bless today? How can I reach out?” are questions that Mayavel Amado Pineda, a member of the Relief Society General Advisory Council, encourages us to ask as we seek to better understand ministering and how to go about it. Though ministering may sometimes feel uncomfortable or inconvenient amidst all our pressures in life, we can look to the Savior as an example ...

91. Ryan Saltzgiver and Neelima Surisetty Rayudu | Women Endowed With Power

Nov 10 • 00:00
Never in the history of mankind have temples been more accessible to God’s children. More Latter-day Saints than ever before have the opportunity of receiving temple ordinances and then returning often. This world-wide blessing unifies Saints with their families, their ancestors, and to the Lord Jesus Christ. In this episode, Church historian Ryan Saltzgiver shares sto...

90. Kaylene Harding | The Help of Angels

Nov 3 • 00:00
In sharing her personal experiences of mission service, motherhood, and her early immersion in Church history, Sister Kaylene P. Harding, a member of the Primary General Advisory Council, inspires women to use the power of the priesthood throughout their lives. Kaylene describes a terrible accident involving her grandson and how asking for angels led to incredible miracles...

90. Kaylene Harding | Ask for Angels

Nov 3 • 00:00
In sharing her personal experiences of mission service, motherhood, and her early immersion in Church history, Sister Kaylene P. Harding, a member of the Primary General Advisory Council, inspires women to use the power of the priesthood throughout their lives. Kaylene describes a terrible accident involving her grandson and how asking for angels led to incredible miracles...

89. Enish Davila | Letting the Gospel Shape the New Versions of You

Oct 27 • 00:00
Enish Davila was born and raised a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cancun, Mexico and served as a full-time missionary in Puebla, Mexico. When she returned home from her mission in 2016, she committed to grow in the gospel throughout her life and not rely solely on the faith-promoting experiences and testimony from her mission. In this episode,...

88. Susie Mullen | Loving and Nurturing Others Like the Savior

Oct 20 • 00:00
As a young adult, Susie Mullen lived in California and had a spectacular professional dancing career, but she felt unhappy and had deep questions about God. When an unexpected career opportunity took her to Provo, Utah to coach ballroom dance, Susie was introduced to the gospel of Jesus Christ and nurtured in her faith by new friends and colleagues. Susie eventually joined...

87. Jeri Cahoon | The Opportunities, Obstacles, and Blessings of Service

Oct 13 • 00:00
“I knew in my mind, in my heart, in my whole soul that the Book of Mormon was true. And that was a sweet and precious moment when the prayers of a longing child were answered,” shares Young Women General Advisory Council Jeri Cahoon of the time when she came to know the Lord for herself, even though it was a little later in life than she anticipated. Over the past several ...

86. Dorah Mkhabela and Thembi Mkhabela Carter | Saying Yes to Service in South Africa

Oct 6 • 00:00
Join us this week for a conversation with Dorah Mkhabela, matron of the Johannesburg South Africa Temple and former Young Women general board member, and her daughter, Thembi Mkhabela Carter. Dorah and her husband Jackson joined the Church in South Africa as young parents and have faithfully served in the Church for decades, raising three children in the gospel. Dorah shar...

85. Rebecca Mehr | How Priesthood Power Offers Divine Help to Every Woman

Sep 29 • 00:00
Earlier in her life, General Relief Society Council member Rebecca Mehr experienced the pain and disappointment of divorce. In this episode, Rebecca shares how the divine help available to women through priesthood power and authority has shaped her eternal perspective on trials and hope. Rebecca offers insights into the hard-earned lessons learned through her unexpected li...

84. Chad Orton | “Unsung heroes of the Restoration:” Wives of Early Missionaries

Sep 22 • 00:00
Chad Orton | “Unsung heroes of the Restoration:” Wives of Early Missionaries

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“Attention has long been focused on [early] missionaries’ sacrifices, but comparatively little attention has been paid to their faithful families. These supportive missionary wives and children are unsung heroes of the Restoration, who made sacrifices at home so that the gospel could go ...

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