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How stake and ward leaders may coordinate missionary, temple and family history work A May 26 letter to general and local Church leaders, signed by President M. Russell Ballard, provided recommendations on how missionary and temple and family history efforts may be coordinated within stakes and wards.
Deseret News: From ‘that dreadful day’ to resuming in-person worship: How Latter-day Saints weathered the past 2.5 months Through interviews, reporting over nearly four months and press accounts, the Deseret News has compiled a picture of the Church’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gerry Avant: What these 2 General Authorities learned about being ‘qualified’ to serve Church News senior contributing editor Gerry Avant writes about how Elder Gerald E. Melchin and Elder Lloyd P. George acted in faith to accept callings when they felt unqualified.
Small-scale groundbreaking for Layton Utah Temple conducted a week early as a COVID pandemic precaution A small-scale groundbreaking for Layton Utah Temple was conducted on Saturday, May 23 — a week earlier than the scheduled May 30 date — as a COVID pandemic precaution.
Sarah Jane Weaver: How I know temple covenants are the key to happiness and weathering trouble Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver writes about how ordinances and covenants of the temple have been the key to happiness and weathering trouble in Latter-day Saints' lives.
This week on social: How to deal with solitude as a single adult "Forced solitude can lead to loneliness, which can have negative physical and mental health consequences," Elder Christofferson wrote before offering some suggestions for coping with isolation.
Beehive Clothing facilities worldwide will produce 200,000 gowns, 1.5 million masks in COVID-19 relief project The six Church-owned Beehive Clothing plants have been producing medical-grade gowns and face masks instead of sacred clothing since mid-April.
President and Sister Eyring speak on staying family-focused and journaling as a tool of faith President Henry J. Eyring and Sister Kelly C. Eyring spoke together to BYU–Idaho students about preparing for the future and prioritizing what matters.
Photo gallery: Angel Moroni statue, capstone removed from Salt Lake Temple for repair, renovation “The Salt Lake Temple is the house of the Lord, and it is being shored up and strengthened to be able to stand for generations to come,” said Andy Kirby, director of historic temple renovations.
Get to know BYU–Hawaii’s new president — a native son of the islands President John “Keoni” S.K. Kauwe III, will be the youngest-ever president of BYU-Hawaii. Learn more about the native Hawaiian geneticist who will begin his post leading the Church-owned university in July.
President Cordon on women and priesthood — Increased power through service As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, President Bonnie H. Cordon shares what she has learned about how service can increase one's spiritual capacity and priesthood power.