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Stretch cotton garments available in new styles for Latter-day Saint women The women’s stretch cotton garment line is being extended to include maternity styles, a nursing top, and a midcalf bottom, available immediately in the U.S. and Canada.
3 suggestions from a general authority on how to stay cheerful amidst trials Speaking to students at BYU Hawaii on Tuesday, Feb. 19, Elder Erich W. Kopischke shared three suggestions for how to stay cheerful and trust the Lord in the midst of trials.
Elder Erich W. Kopischke mingles with attendees following his devotional address at BYU Hawaii on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019.
Missionary from Utah serving in Dominican Republic dies after fall from apartment building roof An 18-year-old missionary from Utah serving in the Dominican Republic passed away Wednesday morning after falling from the roof of his apartment building.
Elder Brennan Conrad, 18, of Hyde Park, Utah, holds the country flag of the Dominican Republic, having been called to serve in the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo East Mission. Elder Conrad passed away Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019, after falling from the roof of his apartment building.
What is it like learning a language for a mission? Here are 29 experiences that detail the process Language training for missionaries has varied from when early missionaries spent time learning in-country to the more structured programs offered by the Language Training Mission and the current Missionary Training Centers worldwide.
"Missionaries spend many classroom hours each day learning foreign language and missionary discussions, practicing teaching skills, studying scriptures, and developing deeper understanding of gospel doctrines and principles." — This is the caption information found on the frame plaque accompany this photo, one nearly dozen historical photos showing the development of the Language Training Mission and Missionary Training Center facilities in Provo since the 1960s.
New York Times features Rome Italy Temple, shares reactions to open house The New York Times featured the Rome Italy Temple in an article following the closure of the open house on Sunday, Feb. 17.
Rome Temple in Rome, Italy, on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018.
Latter-day Saint young women in Tennessee share hijab gifts with Muslim friends Connections, understanding between the Latter-day Saints and Muslim communities in Knoxville strengthened because of the outreach actions of local youth.
Anna Hughes, second from right, visits with friends at a Knoxville-area mosque.
Four Latter-day Saint missionaries injured in serious car accident in New Caledonia Four missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were injured in a serious car accident on Saturday, Feb. 16, on the island of New Caledonia.
Flags are displayed at the missionary training center  in Lima, Peru on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018.
New mission leaders called to serve in Poland, Honduras, Australia and other areas around the world The following 16 new mission presidents and companions have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.
The Provo Missionary Training Center in Provo on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. New renovations have been made to accommodate 2200 Elders and Sisters.
Music and the Spoken Word: A legend about George Washington that shouldn't be forgotten George Washington was deeply respected for his unique combination of ability and humility.
Sunrise burns through the low lying haze surrounding the Washington Monument early Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)
Latter-day Saint missionaries can now call, text home weekly, First Presidency announces The First Presidency has announced that full-time missionaries can now call or text home on a weekly basis.
Elder Bednar on 'the bond' he feels with ancient Apostles during first visit to Jerusalem Elder David A. Bednar recently visited Rome, the Middle East and Jerusalem — his first-ever trip to the Holy Land.
Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles is joined by his wife, Sister Susan Bednar, at the pulpit during the Jerusalem District conference meeting in the BYU Jerusalem Center on Saturday, Jan. 27. The Old City, including the Dome of the Rock, is seen in the background.
6 anniversaries in the Church during 2019 that might surprise you On June 27, 1844, a mob stormed the Carthage Jail and shot Joseph and Hyrum Smith.
Statue of Joseph and Hyrum Smith outside Carthage Jail. Photo by Becky Carodon Smith
'The sunshine of my life': 15 of the sweetest quotes from President Nelson, Apostles about their wives Here's a look back at what the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles have said about their eternal companions.
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and his wife Sister Wendy Nelson hug near the temple in Concepcion, Chili on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
Try these 7 steps to make learning a spiritual — not just a secular — endeavor Speaking at a BYU-Idaho devotional on Feb. 12, Brother Brian K. Ashton of the Sunday School general presidency outlined steps to help individuals make learning a spiritual endeavor.
Students and faculty gather to hear the words of Brian K. Ashton, Second Counselor in the Sunday School General Presidency.
President Ballard shares where to find the answers to life's questions While the education of one's mind regarding things of the world is very important, of greater importance is the education of one's spirit and the things of eternity, President M. Russell Ballard told students gathered at the Salt Lake Institute on Sunday, Feb. 10.
President M. Russell Ballard speaks to University of Utah students gathered in the Salt Lake Institute during a devotional on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019.