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Throughout his ministry, President Nelson has used general conference, social media and other means to extend invitations.

“The more you learn about the Savior, the easier it will be to trust in His mercy, His infinite love, and His strengthening, healing and redeeming power,” President Nelson said.

Elder De Feo says European Latter-day Saints are using President Nelson’s January 2022 devotional message as a framework.

The same way a magnetic compass can help an explorer find true north, the General Handbook helps leaders find spiritual true north: the Savior Jesus Christ.

What were the most-purchased ice cream flavors and sweets, final attendance numbers, demographic breakdowns and such?

‘Rising generation’ of 14 to 18 year olds — 900 strong in 2022 — are becoming the program’s next generation of attendees.

The Sunday, Aug. 14, fire in Giza, Egypt, claimed 41 lives, included 15 children.

Second Rexburg temple’s name provides a different; the “England” aligns with 2 other temples in Great Britain.

Artist Dan Wilson painted more than 300 angels in the background of his painting of Jesus Christ for the Washington D.C. Temple rotunda.

A month away from his 98th birthday, President Nelson surpasses Elder David B. Haight, who lived to be 97 years and 10 months.

Tragedies, flooding and refugees have affected the Church’s Europe Area. New training helps leaders and members minister during a crisis.

Learning principles of ministering during a crisis can help Church leaders and members know what to do after a traumatic event.

President Camille N. Johnson worked as a lawyer for nearly 30 years before serving as Primary general president and now Relief Society general president.

Wetekia’s life and testimony have provided deep roots in the gospel of Jesus Christ that have nourished generations in New Zealand.

Mormon Battalion members were part of the U.S. troops who built Fort Moore and flag pole and raised the first U.S. flag over Los Angeles.

Neighbors and motorists reported seeing smoke and flames in the upper levels of the under-construction, three-story temple late Monday, July 25.

The Apostle said his family’s time in Baltimore in the 1980s “changed us forever and changed the course of our lives.”

Displaced families living in camps in northwest Syria now have cleaner, safer conditions after a project from CARE.

Church of Jesus Christ is a new artist channel on music-streaming apps such as Spotify, Apple, Amazon and Pandora.

President Johnson, who will begin her service as Relief Society general president on Aug. 1, talks about allowing the Savior to be the “author and finisher” of her story — and the individual stories of all.

“The account is one of courage, hardship, privation and eventual accomplishment of [the battalion’s] objective,” Elder Christofferson said.

By understanding their divine nature and purpose, Relief Society sisters can turn outward and serve others, said President Camille N. Johnson.

Navigating long tunnels and high trestles along an old railway trail taught lessons of perseverance and joy to the Richards family.

Members of the Church have been meeting in borrowed or rented buildings for 37 years. The Luanda Angola Stake center will house three wards.

The week of July 17-23, President Nelson posted about identity, President Oaks spoke in Rome and Church leaders surprised youth at FSY.

In 1974, the temple had a different name, a “public viewing” instead of an open house, a “completion ceremony” instead of a cornerstone ceremony — and more.

The 2022 Days of ’47 Parade celebrated 175 years of pioneer courage on Saturday with President Jean B. Bingham as the parade’s grand marshal.

Using the experience of two of his pioneer-era ancestors, Lloyd Newell shares how loving your neighbor could mean someone in your own home in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

During the Days of ‘47 Sunrise Service, Elder Lynn G. Robbins taught listeners to choose “not a spirit of murmuring, but a spirit of ‘faith in every footstep.’”

The dean of Notre Dame Law School said religious freedom is “an essential precondition for political freedom, economic prosperity and human flourishing.”