Church to close Argentina Missionary Training Center in July 2019Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have announced they will close the missionary training center located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, effective July 2019.
Stories By Sarah Jane Weaver
'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.
What President Hinckley taught me in an interview where he asked — and answered — all the questionsAs my family drove returned from a short trip to Southern Utah this weekend, I viewed signage for one of the Church’s historic sites — Cove Fort. Instantly, my mind returned to a time that I learned one of the most important lessons of my care
'A joy and a delight': An Apostle's perspective on studying the gospel at homeNearly three months after President Russell M. Nelson announced a “new balance and connection between gospel instruction in the home and in the Church” during general conference on Oct. 6, Latter-day Saints are preparing to implement the chang
Here's a quick timeline of when young men have been ordained to the priesthood over the yearsAges for ordaining young men to priesthood offices are not “doctrinally mandated” and have varied throughout Church history, according to materials released by the Church. Following is a historical list of ages for priesthood ordination.
First Presidency announces changes for Primary progression, young men priesthood ordination and youth temple recommendsThe First Presidency has announced changes that will unify when children move from the Primary program into youth programs, when they attend the temple for the first time and when some boys are ordained to the priesthood.
From acorn to oak tree: How Elder Melvin J. Ballard's prophecy about the Church in South America continues to be fulfilledOn July 4, 1926, as Elder Melvin J. Ballard spoke about the future of the Church in South America. “The work of the Lord will grow slowly for a time here just as an oak grows slowly from an acorn." Today there are 4 million members in South America.