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How ordinary Latter-day Saints made an extraordinary impact on this woman's testimony of the gospel Sister Vicki G. Jackman, a member of the Young Women general board, shares the people who have served as her most influential teachers.
A scene from the Church's Bible videos depicts the Savior preaching His Sermon on the Mount to a group of people.
Music and the Spoken Word: Why we gather to give thanks Thanksgiving is a time of gathering. We gather together to enjoy a meal, to connect with loved ones, and to recognize and celebrate the good things in our lives.
377869 16: Portrait of 16th United States President Abraham Lincoln. (1809-1865) (Courtesy of the National Archives/Newsmakers)
What 3 Apostles want BYU-Pathway Worldwide students to know about overcoming obstacles BYU-Pathway Worldwide President Clark G. Gilbert, acted as moderator in a discussion with Elder Holland, Elder David A. Bednar, Elder Quentin L. Cook, Elder Robert C. Gay, Sister Jean B. Bingham, Elder Kim B. Clark, and Christine Gilbert.
A Worldwide broadcast to Pathway students around the world.  The theme was over coming obstacles with messages from Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and other members of the Church Board of Education, including Elder David A. Bednar, Elder Quentin L. Cook, Sister Jean B. Bingham, and Elder Robert C. Gay along with Elder Kim B. Clark, Church Commissioner of Education, and President Clark G. Gilbert with his wife, Christine.
Sister Julie B. Beck talks new book, President Nelson's Book of Mormon challenge and keeping an eternal focus There was no hesitation on the part of Sister Julie B. Beck when President Russell M. Nelson issued his invitation to women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during October's women's session.
These 8 couples have been called by the First Presidency to work at Church history sites The following eight couples have been called by the First Presidency to lead the work in various Church history sites. They will begin their service early next year.
The Mormon Battalion Historic Site in San Diego, Calif.
President Nelson to speak in front of 25,000 at San Antonio's Alamodome President Russell M. Nelson, Elder David A. Bednar, and others to participate in Sunday member devotional in San Antonio.
San Antonio's Alamadome will be the site of a Nov. 18 member devotional featuring President Russell M. Nelson, Elder David A. Bednar and other visiting leaders.
Open house and dedication dates announced for Haiti temple The open house dates for the Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple were announced by the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Nov. 14.
A rendering of the Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple.
Elder Holland shares lessons he learned from Elder Maxwell, calls for 'Mormon studies' name change During the annual Neal A. Maxwell lecture at Brigham Young University, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland shares important lessons he learned from Elder Neal A. Maxwell.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles speaks during the annual Neal A. Maxwell Lecture held at BYU, this year on Nov. 10.
Elvis Presley's copy of the Book of Mormon ain't nothin' but a forgery, Church history experts say A copy of the Book of Mormon preserved in the historical collections of the Church for 30 years that was believed to be signed by Elvis Presley is a forgery.
FILE - This 1972 file photo shows Elvis Presley, the King of Rock 'n' Roll, during a performance. A launch party marking the release of an album of gospel songs by Presley is among the highlights of 2018’s Elvis Week in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/File)
How Elder Marlin K. Jensen came to know Joseph Smith was a true prophet Elder Jensen shared how he came to know the truths of his deeply held beliefs and reflected on his years as Church Historian/Recorder during a devotional at BYU Hawaii.
Elder Marlin K. Jensen speaks at devotional of Mormon History Association Conference in this 2012 file photo. The Mormon History Association is holding its 50th annual conference this week, and for this landmark occasion, it returns to Provo, Utah, one of the cultural centers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Elder Bowen shares 3 attributes that will help you be your best self Elder Shayne M. Bowen spoke to students at a BYU campus devotional on Tuesday, Nov. 13. In his address, Elder Bowen urged students to become their “best” selves by developing and personifying three key attributes.
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Here's what Church members are doing after losing their homes to Camp Fire Members from two Paradise wards worship together on first Sunday after the fire. Professional counselors on hand to assist displaced Latter-day Saints of all ages.
Charred exterior walls are all the remain standing at the Paradise 1st Ward meetinghouse in Paradise, California, following a massive Nov. 8, 2018, wildfire.
These MTC presidents have just been called to serve The First Presidency has called seven new missionary training center presidents and their wives; they will begin their service by January.
A look at the finished expansion at the Provo MTC.
The 'electric' feeling when President Hinckley promised Fiji a temple Standing before some 5,000 Latter-day Saints in Fiji on an October afternoon in 1997, President Gordon B. Hinckley asked if they would like to see a temple built in the Pacific Island nation.
President and Sister Hinckley walking in Suva Fiji National Stadium, Sept. 15, 1997 - Accompanied by Joseph Sokia
From acorn to oak tree: How Elder Melvin J. Ballard's prophecy about the Church in South America continues to be fulfilled On July 4, 1926, as Elder Melvin J. Ballard spoke about the future of the Church in South America. “The work of the Lord will grow slowly for a time here just as an oak grows slowly from an acorn." Today there are 4 million members in South America.
Sister missionaries smile after meeting with President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lima, Peru on Oct. 20, 2018.
How one couple found strength in each other, even as the husband left the Church After nine years of marriage and four daughters, the oldest of whom was preparing for baptism, Brandon and Rebecca faced a challenge they had never expected.
Screenshot of Mormon Channel video, featuring Brandon and Rebecca, a couple who shared their story about working through the challenge of losing faith.
Music and the Spoken Word: Celebrating 100 years since the end of World War I On the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we remember not just those who fought but what they fought for.
FILE - In this March 24, 2017 file photo, a view of rows of crosses of American World War I soldiers at the Meuse-Argonne American cemetery in Romagne-sous-Montfaucon. It was America's largest and deadliest battle ever, with 26,000 U.S. soldiers killed and tens of thousands wounded. A hundred years ago, the Meuse-Argonne offensive contributed to bring an end to of World War One. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, File)
What Church members can look forward to in the 'Come Follow Me' 2019 home curriculum Since the Oct. 6 announcement, Church members around the globe have been anticipating the arrival of the new "Come Follow Me-For Individuals and Families" curriculum.
A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource Come, Follow Me — For Individuals and Families, is the suggested course of gospel study at home.
Latter-day Saint missionary dies in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) A 24-year old full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in Abidjan died Thursday, Nov. 8, of a sudden illness.
The exterior rendering of the Abidjan Cote d’Ivoire Temple, which was released in October 2018.