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When Elder Rasband was called to a mission he didn’t expect, a verse in the scriptures helped him #HearHim In the latest #HearHim video, Elder Rasband described how the Lord confirmed through the scriptures that the Eastern States Mission was where He wanted him to go.
Latest temple updates: 95% of Church’s temples offering at least some proxy ordinances as Manila temple upgrades operations Resuming operations last month after pausing due to COVID-19 conditions, the Manila Philippines Temple has moved now from Phase 1 to Phase 2-B.
Returning to her rural roots: The message Elder and Sister Holland gave to Saints in Sister Holland’s hometown Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland's assignments take them around the world to meet with Latter-day Saints. This weekend, they had the chance to return to Sister Holland's hometown of Enterprise, Utah.
President Eyring points to then-unseen successes of Utah’s silkworm industry at monument commemoration President Henry B. Eyring helped mark the 80th anniversary celebration of the monument in Salt Lake City’s Yalecrest neighborhood, where he spent part of his childhood.
Church’s $2 million donation to Oklahoma’s First Americans Museum will help reconnect Native American families Church's donation to the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City will help Native American visitors further discover their family roots with a FamilySearch center in the museum.
President and Sister Nelson — and Elder and Sister Uchtdorf — share ‘heartland’ counsel to Latter-day Saints in Kansas, Oklahoma President Russell M. Nelson, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf and their wives participate in a Kansas/Oklahoma member devotional hours after the Church presents a $2 million donation to the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City.
In an article published in the Arizona Republic, President Oaks invites all to visit the renovated Mesa Arizona Temple Temples "allow members of the Church to receive sacred religious instruction, to seek answers for their lives and to enter into eternal family relationships," wrote President Oaks
Music & the Spoken Word: The power of good thoughts Good thoughts, positive thinking, optimism, hopefulness — no matter what we call it, it’s powerful, shares Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned about contributing a ‘drop of good’ from writing an article about a single peach The journey of a single peach from a North Ogden, Utah, farm to the mouths of a hurricane-torn family in Texas is proof that small and simple acts of service accomplish something large.