Stories By Marianne Holman Prescott

What Church members can look forward to in the 'Come Follow Me' 2019 home curriculum Since the Oct. 6 announcement, Church members around the globe have been anticipating the arrival of the new "Come Follow Me-For Individuals and Families" curriculum.
A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource "Come, Follow Me — For Individuals and Families" is the suggested course of gospel study at home.
New art exhibit 'A Visual Journal' features watercolors by President Eyring A new exhibit at the Church History Museum, “A Visual Journal: Artwork of Henry B. Eyring,” showcases more than 100 paintings by the second counselor in the Church's First Presidency.
President Henry B. Eyring discusses the different pieces of his art on display in a special exhibit at the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City on Nov. 5, 2018.
Elder Hartman Rector Jr., emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at age 94 Elder Hartman Rector Jr., emeritus General Authority Seventy, passed away on Nov. 6, 2018, in Orem, Utah, at age 94.
Elder Hartman Rector Jr., emeritus General Authority
The life-changing moment that made President Eyring realize his full potential President Henry B. Eyring shared how he struggled with feelings of fear and discouragement as a student until he had one spiritual experience that changed everything for him.
President Henry B. Eyring smiles at the audience as he takes his seat prior to speaking to LDS Business College students during a devotional in the Conference Center theater in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.
President Oaks shares how Church members can both love others and keep all the commandments During a campus devotional at BYU-Idaho on Oct. 30, President Dallin H. Oaks shared importance of love and law and how, like a two-sided coin, the two can balance and co-exist.
President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, wave to students at a BYU-Idaho campus devotional on Oct. 30.
Young Men leader shares 3 important things you can do to draw closer to God Brother Stephen W. Owen, Young Men general president, shares three important aspects of gathering during a campus devotional at BYU on Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Brother Stephen W. Owen, Young Men general president, speaks during a campus devotional at BYU on Oct. 23.
An innovative approach to education: How BYU-Pathway Worldwide is creating a global campus A look at the ways BYU-Pathway Worldwide has grown to create a worldwide education system in under a decade.
A Pathway student studies at home with her child.
The unexpected moment that taught Elder Gong the eternal importance of learning Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares the impact knowledge has in a person's life years after it is obtained.
Sister Susan Gong looks over at her husband, Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, prior to him speaking at a BYU campus devotional on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018.
Elder Matthew L. Carpenter: 'Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?' Elder Matthew L. Carpenter, General Authority Seventy, speoke in the Sunday afternoon session of general conference on the topic, 'Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?'
Elder Matthew L. Carpenter speaks during the Sunday afternoon session of October 2018 general conference.
Bishop Dean M. Davies: 'Come, Listen to a Prophet's Voice' Bishop Dean M. Davies of the Presiding Bishopric testifies of a living prophet, shares four building blocks of faith.
Bishop Dean M. Davies speaks during October 2018 general conference.
See photos of the historic October 2018 Saturday morning session of general conference Within minutes of the first talk of the 188th Semiannual General Conference, President Russell M. Nelson greeted members of the Church tuning in throughout the world and announced historic changes to meetings in the Church.
during the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.
New cannery in Northern Utah blesses people around the world A new cannery located in a small town in Northern Utah is up and running and ready to assist in addressing welfare needs of people around the world after its dedication on May 18.
Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints dedicated a new state-of-the-art cannery in Harrisville, Utah, on Thursday, May 18, 2017.
A look back at the vital role of women's voices during general conference With the general women’s session of conference to be held on the evening of Oct. 6 during the former priesthood session spot, women around the world are looking forward to gathering together to hear from their auxiliary leaders.
A painting of Lucy Mack Smith by Sutcliffe Maudsley was on display at the Church History Library for an exhibit featuring artifacts and documents from Relief Society History in the days leading up to and during general conference in September and October 2001.
How working at McDonalds led this Church leader to the gospel Elder Terence M. Vinson speaks to BYU-Idaho students during a campus devotional on Sept. 25 about knowledge, both by reason and revelation.
Elder Terence M. Vinson and Sisrer Vison speak at weekly devotional.
10 simple ways to create a sense of belonging for children and adults with disabilities Dr. Erik Carter, the Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Special Education at Vanderbilt University was a guest lecturer at Brigham Young University on Feb. 8.
Dr. Erik Carter of Vanderbilt University speaks during the 14th Annual Marjorie Pay Hinckley Lecture at Brigham Young University, held in the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center on Feb. 8.
The unexpected piano performance Bishop Caussé gave in Salt Lake's Assembly Hall Bishop Caussé spoke during a LDS Business College devotional on the pursuit of knowledge and revelation, sharing four pieces of advice for students in their continual learning.
Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé and Nicolas Giusti play a piano duet for LDS Business College students during a devotional at Assembly Hall on Temple Square in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018. Giusti composed the duet.
Camps, outdoor activities still a part of Church's new youth and child activities Camping and other outdoor activities will still be part of the new resources designed to help girls and boys of the Church, according to an email from the Church sent to ward and stake leaders on Sept. 21.
After an announcement in May 2018 that changes to child and youth activities were coming, the Church has clarified in a Sept. 21, 2018, email that there would still be camping and other outdoor activities in the new resources to be released in 2020.