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Sarah Jane Weaver: The word I learned after the 2011 tsunami in Japan that has great meaning today Ganbaru means to hold on or to stand firm. After a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami struck Japan in March 2011, Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver met with Church members who exemplify ganbaru.
20th anniversary of the Church’s 100th temple — the Boston Massachusetts Temple It took 170 years for the Church to dedicate its 100th temple on Oct. 1, 2000. Now, 20 years later, there are more than 200 temples either in operation, under construction or announced.
You can be part of Temple Square Christmas concerts this year. Here’s how The Church is calling for Christmas performance submissions for the annual Temple Square Christmas concerts, which will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rebecca Mehr: Essential partners in the work of salvation and exaltation Rebecca Mehr of the Relief Society general board shares what she learned about women and priesthood power while serving with her husband as mission leaders in the West Indies.
What a Houston community is doing to restore abandoned Black cemeteries — and how Latter-day Saints are helping The project is more than pruning and trimming trees and restoring broken headstones — it's about finding the lost stories of those buried in abandoned cemeteries.
What Elder Rasband learned from studying the names of Christ Since being called as an Apostle five years ago, Elder Ronald A. Rasband has compiled over 200 names and titles of Jesus Christ. Here is what he shared at a BYU–Hawaii devotional on Oct. 20.
5 lessons Sister Craig learned from the Salt Lake Temple renovation In a devotional recorded on the grounds of Salt Lake's Temple Square, Sister Craig of the Young Women general presidency told BYU-Pathway Worldwide students about five life lessons that can be taken from the temple renovation process.
Elder Gong at BYU-Idaho: What ‘Les Miserables’ and HALO parachuting have to do with sharing the gospel In his first assignment since recovering from COVID-19, Elder Gerrit W. Gong discusses how all learning can be a blessing when reaching out to others.