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This Week on Social: Elder Soares invites young adults to start participating in the September Face to FaceThis week on social media, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reflected on recent assignments, shared personal experiences and invited people to look forward with faith to the future.
Salt Lake City's German Speaking Ward met for the last time on Sunday. Here's who showed up for a surprise visitElder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles visited the German Speaking Ward for its final sacrament meeting to encourage the members as they make transitions after the discontinuation of their ward.
Fun facts you probably didn't know about the history of the Young Women organizationNearly 150 years ago, in the parlor of the Lion House in Salt Lake City, President Brigham Young organized the Young Ladies Department of the Cooperative Retrenchment Association — the predecessor to the Young Women program.
A look at the 90 year impact of 'Music and the Spoken Word' — the longest running continuous radio programOn July 14, "Music and the Spoken Word" celebrated its 90th anniversary and its legacy as the longest running continuous national radio program in the U.S. Here's a look at the history of the broadcast and its impact over the last nine decades.
Did you know President Howard W. Hunter was a professional musician? Here's why he left it behindOn a Saturday night in 1931, a few days after marrying Clara May Jeffs, Howard W. Hunter returned home from a music gig and packed his instruments into boxes. During an interview 54 years later, he told me why he abandoned his music career.