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FamilySearch’s 2.4 million rolls of microfilm are now digitized. Here’s what this milestone means The Genealogical Society of Utah — known today as FamilySearch — began microfilming records in 1938. Now, 83 years later, the entire microfilm collection is available online.
15 invitations from April 2021 general conference by the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles As October 2021 general conference approaches, here is a look back at 15 invitations the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles extended during April 2021 general conference. 
Scott Taylor: How Elder Stevenson taught me to see ‘Holiness to the Lord’ as an invitation The invitation "holiness to the Lord," said Elder Gary E. Stevenson, is “for us to conduct ourselves in a way that would be pleasing to the Lord.”
Music & the Spoken Word: The tree of life A symbolic tree of life — representing a connection between heaven and earth and our longing for the eternal — is one of the things many of the world's religions have in common, shares Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
This week on social: What 2 Apostles taught about how Heavenly Father feels about His imperfect children "God loves all of His children, and He understands that life is an experience for all of us," said President M. Russell Ballard in a social media post.
California wildfire damages historic site where 3 Mormon Battalion members are buried Three Mormon Battalion members were killed while returning from California to what is now Utah. The area around their burial site was burned over Labor Day weekend.
Watch: Elder Andersen teaches how to stay true to the Savior after ‘savoring the precious fruit’ of the gospel In a new Church video, Elder Neil L. Andersen uses Lehi's dream of the tree of life to teach the importance of staying true to the Savior after tasting the fruit of His restored gospel.
This is the 4th year in a row an Apostle has addressed the G20 Interfaith Forum. Here’s what Elder Rasband said about participating “Instead of being soloists in different parts of the world, we can be a choir, and we can put aside the differences in our tenets," Elder Rasband said at the conclusion of the G20 Interfaith Forum in Italy.
Ensign College students challenged to trust in God’s timing — and stand in holy places Ensign College President Bruce C. Kusch and Sister Alynda Kusch counsel students to be spiritually sensitive and attentive to the direction of the Holy Spirit.
Sarah Jane Weaver: The lesson of understanding from a Supreme Court justice and the mother of the defendant she sentenced The book of scripture U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor used for her swearing in was given to her by the Latter-day Saint mother of a defendant. The experience contains a sweet lesson in a world needing more bridges than walls.