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Rachel Sterzer Gibson

Rachel is a reporter for the Church News, sharing stories intended to inspire, enlighten and build faith.


“Take charge of your own testimony of Jesus Christ and His gospel,” President Nelson said.

Church leaders shared messages focused on increasing faith in the Savior Jesus Christ during the Saturday evening general session.

In the radio segment, the sisters serving in Hobart, Tasmania, answered questions about missionary life and sang a rendition of “I Am a Child of God.”

In collaboration with ADRA, the Church is donating seeds, tools and training to villages in Fiji.

BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Ashton and Sister Ashton discuss 4 things students must learn at BYU–Pathway to help ‘build Zion’.

During a Worldwide Devotional for young adults on Sept. 11, Elder and Sister Renlund focused their message on experiences recorded in the third volume of the “Saints” series.

Born Sept. 9, 1924, President Nelson was set apart as the 17th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Jan. 14, 2018.

BYU–Hawaii President John S.K. Kauwe III shared several personal examples from his life to show how to use prayer to seek direction from Heavenly Father for important decisions.

In his opening devotional for the fall semester, BYU President Kevin J Worthen shared an observation, an admonition, an invitation and a promise.

A member of the First Presidency, an Apostle, the Primary general president and two General Authority Seventies are among BYU’s upcoming devotional lineup.

It was announced during the opening devotional for fall semester that President Oaks will speak in next week’s BYU devotional.

Elder K. Brett Nattress, president of the Church’s Pacific Area, met with Tongan Prime Minister Hu’akavameiliku Siaosi Sovaleni in the country’s capital.

Instead of the picturesque scenery, it was the roughly 28,000 Latter-day Saints who live among the dispersed islands of French Polynesia who were the main attraction for Elder Ulisses Soares.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, Elder D. Todd Christofferson, President Camille N. Johnson and Elder Clark G. Gilbert addressed about 6,200 seminary students in Davis County, Utah, on Wednesday, Aug. 24

A teacher at heart, Elder Kendrick was never afraid to share his testimony of the Savior or His Church.

Elder Clark G. Gilbert, Church commissioner of education, spoke at BYU Education Week about why there are so many BYUs.

Elder Kupu, 63, who was serving as an Area Seventy from Tonga, died on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Auckland, New Zealand.

The renovated Hamilton temple will host a public open house beginning Friday, Aug. 26.

The award-winning author, historian and narrator died on Sunday, Aug. 7, at age 89.

A mural from the 1964 World’s Fair and another from the 1970 Osaka Japan World Expo now have permanent home on BYU–Idaho campus.

The Heber J. Grant Tuition Discount will now be offered to BYU–Pathway students pursuing online degrees and certificates from BYU–Idaho and Ensign College.

Sister Featherstone served alongside her husband as he served in general Church assignments for close to 30 years. He passed away in 2018.

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

President Henry B. Eyring, Elder Clark G. Gilbert and BYUI President Henry J. Eyring addressed BYU–Idaho graduates during commencement on July 20.

Elder Uchtdorf’s surprise visit to FSY and Tabernacle Choir’s Pioneer Day concert were among articles published on July 10 to 16.