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Lucy Esplin
Lucy Esplin

Lucy Esplin is an intern with the Church News. She is currently studying English with an emphasis in professional writing at Brigham Young University. Lucy was raised in Utah and attended high school in Tokyo, Japan. She enjoys reading, skiing and exploring local bookshops.


Also, President Jeffery R. Holland shares conference message, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf visits childhood home, and other leaders share inspiring videos.

Members of the Church join with state officials to support, feed and provide aid to those in the Philippines affected by recent natural disasters.

Elder Uchtdorf shares experiences from Europe, President Johnson ministers in Central America and other leaders share spiritual messages.

As their son battled cancer, they dedicated themselves to serving the pediatric ward that gave them hope.

Elder Uchtdorf reflects on his granddaughter’s faith, Sister Yee shares insights from the 2024 Seminar for New Mission Leaders, and other Church leaders offer inspirational stories.

Leaders share inspiring stories to encourage members to minister, testify of the Savior and reflect on the blessings of the gospel.

The global women leaders of the Church met with the Mexican Diabetes Association and visited with members in Guadalajara.

The Church donated specialized pediatric wheelchairs to the Al Hussein Society in Jordan.

Elder Christofferson, Elder Anderson and Elder Rasband share heartfelt experiences from their ministries to Africa and South America, while other Church leaders reflect on the blessings of the gospel.

Jenedy Paige shares her journey of creating a painting that reflects God’s love and His presence, inspired by the loss of her son.

Elder Anthony D. Perkins, president of the Middle East/Africa North Area, and His Excellency Al Khalifa met in Bahrain to discuss interreligious programs.

Elder Holland offered his testimony on how the Atonement informs one's purpose in spreading the gospel, Elder Renlund encouraged increased empathy, and Elder Christofferson, Sister Runia and Brother Wilcox provided insights for youth seeking to grow closer to the Savior.