Navy football coach featured in 'Meet the Mormons' receives new call as stake presidentPresident/Coach Ken Niumatalolo continues his balancing act — serving in Church leadership callings while directing a high-profile Division 1 college football program.
'A fulness of joy': President Nelson shares message of eternal life at his daughter's funeralWhen a parent bids farewell to a child, something dies within that parent’s heart, said President Russell M. Nelson, speaking at funeral services for his “righteous and joyful” daughter on Saturday, Jan. 19.
This week on social: Elder Bednar, Elder Rasband react to Rome Italy Temple, President Nelson visits ParadiseThis week has been a historic one for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints thanks in large part to the unveiling of the Rome Italy Temple. That means it's also been a week filled with inspiring social media posts.
How Watergate instilled in Elder Christofferson a deepened resolve to live the guiding lessons of his youthWashington D.C. forum on integrity and trustworthiness brings together two key figures from the Watergate investigation: Elder D. Todd Christofferson and renowned investigative reporter Bob Woodward.
The 2 percent: How Muslims, Jews and other faiths are fostering interfaith understanding at BYUIn 2018, BYU reinstated an interfaith club on campus and was featured by a major Christian publication for creating an environment of inclusivity for non-Latter-day Saint students. Here's a look at what that means for the students involved.
Elder Holland presides at Urdaneta Philippines Temple groundbreaking — here's a quick look at future temples in the countryNewsroom announced that on Jan. 16, Senior Church leaders, including Elder Jeffery R. Hollanad of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, joined local community leaders to break ground for the Urdaneta Philippines Temple.
From conformity to consecration: BYU-Hawaii president shares the importance of becoming like ChristPresident John S. Tanner spoke to BYU-Hawaii students during the first devotional of the semester held on Jan. 15. His remarks focused on becoming a disciple of Christ, rather than going through the actions.