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Latter-day Saint cadets get one-of-a-kind training at West Point Latter-day Saint cadets and civilians gather together to learn gospel principles in the shadow of one of the world's most famed military academies.
Young women gather for May 4, 2019, YSA conference at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.
Tabernacle Choir announces Sissel as Pioneer Day concert guest World-renowned vocalist Sissel will once again join the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square for the annual Pioneer Day concert in July 2019.
World-renowned vocalist Sissel will join the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square for the annual Pioneer Day concert on July 19 and 20, 2019.
This Week on Social: Elder Uchtdorf calls Sister Uchtdorf the sunshine of his life in Mother's Day tribute See what Church leaders posted on social media this week (May 10-16).
This week on social media, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares his gratitude and love for his wife, Sister Harriet Uchtdorf.
135 years ago, the Logan Utah Temple was dedicated. Here are some fun facts you might not know about it The Logan Utah Temple was dedicated 135 years ago.
The Logan Utah Temple's brick work was not repainted in the 1900s and the grounds were redone in 2009.
Pacific tour: President Nelson shares 10 spiritual lessons for Latter-day Saints For his first stop on the Pacific tour, President Russell M. Nelson shared 10 spiritual truths with Latter-day Saints in Hawaii.
From right to left, President Russell M. Nelson, Sister Wendy Nelson, Sister Susan Gong and Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Twelve Apostles greet community leaders during a reception prior to the May 16, 2019, devotional in the Kona Hawaii Stake center. Af left is Elder Aley K. Auna Jr., an Area Seventy.
28 years ago, this mom dropped out of school to take care of her son. Now, they graduate from BYU together Latter-day Saint woman graduates from Church school 25 years after dropping out to care for newborn son/fellow BYU alum.
Sheri Lawrence and her son, Blake, gathered with family to celebrate their respective graduations from Brigham Young University.
Elder Stevenson honors NAACP, calls for service, civility and Christlike love Elder Gary E. Stevenson honored the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for the organization’s commitment to advancing equality and justice in society.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (left) and Elder Jack N. Gerard of the Seventy (middle) greet people attending the BYU Management Society event in Washington, D.C., May 11, 2019.
New temple presidents and matrons called to serve in Tonga, Chicago, Korea and other areas around the world The following eight new temple presidents and matrons have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in November.
The Seoul Korea Temple was dedicated on Dec. 14, 1985.
How 1 couple went from working for the CIA to serving a mission for the Church This retired CIA couple applied for a go-anywhere do-anything senior mission and were surprised and personally stretched at what the Lord had in store for them.
Elder & Sister Sellers in the studio with the radio hostess Catherine Flowers of Bread Of Life, receiving the Beacon Of Light award for their service to the community
Church donates $4 million to nine U.S. refugee resettlement agencies for third straight year For the third consecutive year, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has donated a $4 million grant to nine national refugee resettlement agencies in the United States.
Sister Sharon Eubank, president of Latter-day Saint Charities, right, and Shawn Johnson, second fro left, director of Humanitarian Services, present a grant from the Church for humanitarian needs to Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, second from right, president and CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), and Nina Zelic, left, senior director for LIRS Programs, on May 14, 2019.
BYU pitcher-turned-Army general says military makes him a better Latter-day Saint Army Brig. Gen. William D. "Hank" Taylor returns to BYU to share professional and spiritual direction to newly-commissioned officers.
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. William D. "Hank Taylor, left, works with fellow soldiers in the field.
The remarkable story of how 1 couple in their 90s found each other and the gospel A couple in their 90s find each other after 70 years apart and are sealed in the temple.
Bud and Shirley Anderson are photographed on the day of their sealing.
All you need to know about the newest volume in the Joseph Smith Papers series The newest volume in the Joseph Smith Papers series, which covers February to November 1841, was a time of "hope and optimism" for the early Saints in Nauvoo, Illinois.
This 1845 painting, created after Joseph Smith's death, depicts the prophet with the Nauvoo Legion. It is considered the earliest known visual depiction of the Nauvoo Legion.
8 quotes from Church leaders about the importance of religious freedom The Church made a statement on Monday, May 13 regarding the proposed Equality Act legislation. Here are quotes from Church leaders on the topic of religious freedom.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a statement on May 13, 2019, expressing opposition to the Equality Act currently before Congress.
The extraordinary moments that turned an attic into a sacred space for this new Dutch General Authority Elder Hans T. Boom, recently called General Authority Seventy.
Sister Ariena Broekzitter Boom and Elder Hans T. Boom pose for photos at the Church office building in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 8, 2019. Elder Boom was called to serve as a General Authority Seventy.
Quito Ecuador Temple to be a place of 'refuge' for Latter day Saints More than 800 people, including Church and community leaders, gathered in Quito, Ecuador, for the groundbreaking of Ecuador's second temple on Saturday, May 11.
Church and community leaders break ground during the Quito Ecuador Temple groundbreaking on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Church calls for 'fairness for all' approach regarding Equality Act The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints releases statement regarding LGBT rights, freedom of religion, and the Equality Act currently before Congress.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a statement on May 13, expressing opposition to the Equality Act currently before Congress.
Elder Stevenson prescribes 'vaccine' for spiritual suffering during Brazil visit Elder Gary E. Stevenson ministers to thousands of members and missionaries during a nine-day tour in Brazil.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson greets sister missionaries during April, 2019, visit to Cuiaba, Brazil.