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What senior Church leaders and NAACP leaders taught about contention, racism, love Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the NAACP leaders plan a joint announcement during a press conference Monday about future collaboration.
Music & the Spoken Word: ‘An opportunity for excellence’ Maybe normal is not what we want anyway, as long as “an opportunity for excellence” is within reach, writes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square.
Divinely inspired confidence lifts former pro football player, broadcaster Elder Vai Sikahema Recently called General Authority Elder Vai Sikahema never felt the need to categorize his religious convictions from his high-profile athletic and broadcasting professions.
Where do the largest percentages of Latter-day Saints live? Check out these stats on states, provinces and territories About 1 of every 49 U.S. residents and 1 in 189 Canada residents is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
How the Church plans to rehabilitate the Hill Cumorah historic site “We hope that the revitalized Hill Cumorah will encourage these visitors to remember and give thanks for all the Lord has done to bless us with His restored Church," said Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr.
Summer youth activities are making a comeback, and Young Men, Young Women general leaders want them to be a priority After a pandemic year, wards and stakes are resuming in-person summer youth activities. Here's what the Young Women and Young Men general leaders say about these important experiences.
How one Ethiopian couple found each other and the Church, becoming modern-day pioneers The portion of the population in Ethiopia who are members of the Church is just 0.002%. Betty Zermariam has seen firsthand how being a pioneering member of the Church in an area where the gospel is relatively new can be difficult yet rewarding.
Watch: Running from darkness and violence in inner-city New York, Elder Johnson found the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ “When you’re running from the darkness, it’s a feeling of fear,” Elder Peter M. Johnson said. “But when you’re running towards the light, it’s hope. You know you’re running to strength and peace and happiness. We all need to be running to the light.”
Sister Craig offers five ways to protect against the ‘lurking dangers of spiritual complacency’ In a BYU–Hawaii devotional, Sister Michelle Craig issued a challenge: “Let’s do the gospel of Jesus Christ. Let’s be where we are supposed to be, when we are supposed to be there, and be all in"
Less than 3 months after being announced, Helena Montana Temple has a groundbreaking date The groundbreaking will come just two months and 22 days after President Russell M. Nelson announced 20 new temple locations during general conference on April 4.
Episode 34: Church historian Richard Turley and filmmaker Mauli Junior Bonner on the importance of early Black pioneers On the 43rd anniversary of the revelation on the priesthood, former Church historian Richard Turley and filmmaker Mauli Junior Bonner talk about lessons from early Black pioneer members.