Latter-day Saint Women Podcast

By The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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 Jan 31, 2020
Interesting podcast from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, discussing talks from the book At the Pulpit (discourses by women throughout the history of the Church). I love having an uplifting podcast in my feed.


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.

Episode Date
Linda Burton | Becoming Spiritual Leaders
Sharing unique insights from her service Sister Linda Burton, former Relief Society general president and current matron of the Jordan River Utah Temple, shares how women can grow in their understanding of the temple and draw on priesthood power.
Jan 20, 2021
Susan Porter | Pressing Forward With Hope
Susan Porter, served as caregiver for her husband, Elder Bruce G. Porter, for 13 years as he battled kidney failure. Through life experiences and her husband’s health challenges, She shares what she has learned about hope, miracles, and God's love.
Jan 13, 2021
Lori Newbold | Our Most Sacred and Valuable Relationship
Sister Lori Newbold, teaches how to develop a more real and personal relationship with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and how those relationships can strengthen, comfort and sustain us in times of disappointment and uncertainty.
Jan 06, 2021
Lisa L. Harkness | Anchoring Truths of the Gospel
Lisa L. Harkness, 1st counselor in the Primary presidency, talks about how this fundamental principle helps to navigate times in life that are confusing, tricky, or even debilitating, and still feel anchored and look toward the future with faith.
Dec 30, 2020
Jennefer Free | The Joy of Gospel Living
Through personal experiences and opportunities in her current calling, Primary General Board member Sister Jennefer Free shares ways to take difficult or traumatic things and turn them into something that can bring joy.
Dec 16, 2020
President Jean B. Bingham | Every Woman Belongs in the Church of Jesus Christ
President Jean B. Bingham, shares personal experiences that have shaped her life, including infertility and parenting foster children, and offers insights on how every woman, regardless of her background or circumstances, belongs in Christ's church.
Dec 09, 2020
Tracy Browning | Inclusion, Unity, and Loving Better
As part of a Relief Society Inclusion Committee, Sister Tracy Browning of the Relief Society general board works to understand and address the needs of those members of the Church who may feel marginalized, or feel like they don’t fit in the gospel.
Dec 02, 2020
Reyna Aburto and Elena Aburto | Mental Health: Receiving Help and Giving Support
Sister Reyna Aburto, second counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, and her daughter, Elena join us to talk about the reality of mental health challenges and the hope and healing available through the Savior, Jesus Christ.
Nov 25, 2020
Reyna Aburto | Finding Healing and Peace through The Atonement of Jesus Christ
Sister Reyna Aburto, second counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, shares how she’s come to know that trials are refining, not defining, and that it is possible to find peace and build a joyful life.
Nov 18, 2020
Haidi Fajardo | “We Are All Children of God”
Haidi Fajardo, the Church Communication Director in the Philippines, shares the joy she feels as she builds relationships with interfaith, government, and media leaders and sees others as beloved children of God.
Nov 11, 2020
Carol McConkie | "There Is More That Unites Us Than Separates Us"
Carol McConkie, a former counselor in the Young Women general presidency, reflects on experiences and lessons learned as she and her husband represent Latter-day Saint Charities, the Church’s humanitarian arm, as missionaries assigned to the UN.
Nov 04, 2020
Emelia Ahadjie | Leading in West Africa with faith, courage, and enthusiasm
Emelia Ahadjie, the Church Communication Director in West Africa, shares her conversion story, her vital role during the government “freeze” on Church activity in Ghana in 1989, and her work to bring the Church "out of obscurity" in West Africa.  
Oct 28, 2020
Cherry Silver & Sheree Maxwell Bench | Emmeline B. Wells: A Woman of Destiny
Emmeline B. Wells was one of the most influential Latter-day Saint women in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Hear about her remarkable life through insights from her diaries.
Oct 21, 2020
Emily Utt | Preserving the Legacy of Latter-day Saints: Florence S. Jacobsen
Historic Sites curator Emily Utt introduces us to her predecessor Florence Smith Jacobsen, the first female Church curator, who used her passion and influence to preserve significant stories of The Church through building preservation.
Oct 14, 2020
Matthew McBride | The Lives and Legacies of the First Sister Missionaries 
Church historian Matthew McBride shares stories of what life was like for the first full-time sister missionaries, and why their influence was an important part of the growth of the early Church, and how they paved the way for the thousands of others
Oct 07, 2020
Sheri Dew | The Immeasurable Influence of Women of Faith
Through stories from her personal life, professional experiences, and Church service, Sheri Dew illustrates how we can increase our spiritual capacity to receive revelation and better understand our own unique and individual personal mission. 
Sep 30, 2020
Ryan Saltzgiver | Women of Faith: Stories from Global Histories
In this episode, we discuss inspiring stories from the Global Histories project of how the message of the Restoration has been embraced and shared around the globe.
Sep 23, 2020
Jenny Reeder | The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow
On today’s episode, we discuss an incredible project which provides insight into the most influential woman of her time: The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow.
Sep 16, 2020
Neill Marriott | Finding Peace and Meaning in Each Season of Life
Neill Marriott, with her unique warmth and candor shares experiences as a convert, missionary, general officer, and mother, and how her faith in Jesus Christ has anchored her and her family through life's varied seasons
Sep 09, 2020
Laura Paulsen Howe | "Flood the World with the Beautiful and Good"
What is the role of art in our worship, and how does it shape and reflect our faith? Church History Museum art curator Laura Paulsen Howe introduces listeners to Alice Merrill Horne, an early champion of arts in the Church
Sep 02, 2020
Katherine Kitterman | Better Days for Women: Relief Society and Women’s Suffrage
Women in Utah were among the first women in the United States to receive the right to vote. Historian Katherine Kitterman discusses how participation in the Relief Society empowered Utah women to be articulate, effective, and organized.
Aug 26, 2020
Julia Fellows | Sharing the Love of the Lord
Julia Fellows shares her experiences as an Area Communications director in the Southeast United States.
Aug 19, 2020
Rosemary Wixom | Discovering the Spiritual Power of Temple Covenants
Rosemary Wixom shares how our efforts to attend the temple, increase our understanding, and reflect on our covenants bring power into our lives.
Aug 12, 2020
Bonnie Cordon, Michelle Craig, Becky Craven | Hearing the Voice of the Lord
Sisters Bonnie H. Cordon, Michelle D. Craig, and Becky Craven of the Young Women General Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Aug 05, 2020
Bonnie Oscarson - Directing Our Lives on the Gospel Path
Drifting, Dreaming, Directing: Ardeth Kapp
Jul 29, 2020
Virginia Pearce Cowley - Self-Worth and Potential
Virginia Pearce Cowley, shares her insights and experiences as we discuss self-worth and developing a relationship with God, as taught by Elaine A. Cannon.
Jul 22, 2020
Matt McBride - Power from Unity
The Savior continually taught His disciples and followers to be one, but developing unity as a family, ward unit or team can be a real challenge.
Jul 15, 2020
Lisa Olsen Tait - Latter-day Saint Women in Today's Changing World
Latter-day Saint Women in Today's Changing World: Belle S. Spafford
Jul 08, 2020
James Goldberg - Reflection and Revelation
Serious Reflection Precedes Revelation: Maurine Jensen Proctor
Jul 01, 2020
Elizabeth Kuehn - Choose Life by Living the Gospel of Jesus Christ
In need of a pep talk? Former Relief Society general president Elaine L. Jack's 1993 devotional, "Get A Life," will challenge you to deepen your gratitude for the life you live and to "choose life" by living the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jun 24, 2020
Matthew Godfrey - Building a Meaningful Life
We all have many things competing for our time, and we're faced with making difficult choices about how to spend our limited time, energy, and means every day." Mary J. Wilson
Jun 17, 2020
Sister Sharon Eubank - Compassion Is A Way of Life
On today's episode we are excited to welcome Sister Sharon Eubank, first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency and director of Latter-day Saint Charities, as we learn about Alice C. Smith (1913-2006).
Jun 10, 2020
Kate Holbrook - A Change of Heart
"One of the most hopeful messages of the gospel of Jesus Christ is that no matter our present circumstances, change and improvement is possible. But, sometimes the prospect of growth and change feels overwhelming and difficult.
Jun 03, 2020
Jenny Reeder - Feeling God's Love Daily
"Bonnie D. Parkin, Relief Society general president from 2002-2007, wanted women to feel the love of the Lord daily. She taught that making and keeping covenants to serve God and His children helps us feel His love and find joy and peace.
May 27, 2020
Elizabeth Kuehn - Who We Really Are
When Jutta Busche moved from Germany to Bountiful Utah she was overcome with feelings of inadequacy and not fitting in. In her April 1990 talk at BYU Women’s Conference she explains how each of us have a treasure to give.
May 20, 2020
Chere Clarke - Decisions and Miracles
Growing up in Russia during the Cold War Irina Kratzer was taught that all faith was a delusion. In this remarkable talk Kratzer explains how she discovered the Gospel and how it changed her life in unimaginable ways.
May 13, 2020
Jenny Reeder - Love Thy Neighbor
Every youth leader in the Church should listen to this talk by Emma N. Goddard. She may have given the talk 100 years ago but the principles ring with relevance and truth today.
May 06, 2020
Tiffany Bowles - Spiritual Understanding
Prominent women’s suffragist Susa Gates called this address by Sarah M. Kimball, “the best paper of our session” at the National Council of Women conference in Washington DC in February 1895.
Apr 29, 2020
James Goldberg - God's Mission for Us
Judy Brummer went from being a newly baptized member to a full-time missionary in just a few months. Her unique ability to speak Xhosa allowed her to become a powerful missionary and translator in South Africa.
Apr 22, 2020
Jessica Nelson - Identity, Roles, and Responsibilities
With recent changes to the way we organize priesthood quorums and Relief societies we may ask ourselves, what are the purposes of these organizations?
Apr 15, 2020
Steven Harper - The Value of Faith
In April 1926 Amy Brown Lyman stepped to the podium of the Assembly Hall and taught powerfully about the value and blessings of faith.
Apr 08, 2020
Jenny Reeder - Faith and Confidence in God
In May 1831 Lucy Mack Smith stood on the deck of an ice bound ship in Buffalo Harbor on Lake Erie and taught a group of Latter-day Saints the meaning of faith.
Apr 01, 2020
Mathew Grow - Be Forbearing and Forgiving
Jane H. Neyman was denied membership in the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo. Rather than becoming bitter, Neyman went on to lead her local Relief Society in Beaver Utah.
Mar 25, 2020
Lisa Olsen Tait - Today's Religious Crisis
It can often feel as though religious rights and values are under attack in today’s world. You may be surprised that this view was shared by Elsie Talmage Brandley in 1934.
Mar 18, 2020
Kate Holbrook - Suffering and the Goodness of God
Why do bad things happen to good people? Why does God allow suffering when he has all power? Francine Bennion explored these topics in her groundbreaking discourse in March 1986.
Mar 11, 2020
Kate Holbrook - Gaining Light through Questioning
“Not enough people understand … that questions are good. … They can bring light and understanding.” Julie Willis shared this and other insights in her landmark speech at BYU Idaho in July 2014.
Mar 04, 2020
Emily Utt - Prayer: A Small and Simple Thing
Virginia H. Pearce gave her powerful talk “Prayer: A Small and Simple Thing” at BYU Women’s Conference in April 2018.
Feb 26, 2020