The hymn President Nelson wrote that the Tabernacle Choir performed during general conferenceThose who attended or viewed the Sunday afternoon session of the October 2018 general conference may be surprised to learn that the lyrics of the final hymn — “Our Prayer to Thee” — came from President Russell M. Nelson.
Stories By Scott Taylor
Here are 53 photos from Sunday morning session of general conferenceAs he concluded the Sunday morning session of October 2018 general conference, resident Russell M. Nelson reemphasized the "course correction" of referring to the Church by its divinely given name: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
How international leadership has increased in recent years and is impacting the Church todayIn 1978, only 10 of the Church’s 69 General Authorities that year hailed from outside the United States; of the 116 total today, the number of international General Authorities has risen to 46, a jump of more than fourfold.
Elder Uchtdorf visits with missionaries outside iconic Royal Albert Hall, talks childhood memories in FrankfurtElder Dieter F. Uctdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles met with leaders, members and missionaries during his four-country assignment in September in the Europe and Europe East Areas.
President Nelson will visit Puerto Rico this weekend. Here's a look at the Church's relief efforts post hurricanesWith President Nelson’s pending presence in Puerto Rico, the Church News looks back on hurricane-relief coverage on the island and the stories of Church leaders, members and missionaries weathering the storm and the after-effects.
Do you have a Nauvoo ancestor? New FamilySearch campaign can connect you to Church historyYou could be among 1.1 million Latter-day Saints who will receive an email announcing My Nauvoo Ancestor Story, a new FamilySearch discovery experience that identifies up to 20 of your ancestors who resided in the early Latter-day Saint settlement.
President Nelson speaks about using full, proper name of the Church during visit to CanadaSpeaking of his recent call to identify The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by its full, formal name, rather than nicknames and abbreviations, President Nelson said the direction does not constitute a name change but rather a course corre
Elder Holland shares favorite memories from growing up as a boy in Utah — see if you can find him in this photoSt. George natives Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Elder Steven E. Snow returned home to the St. George Tabernacle — the meetinghouse and stake center of their youth — as they participated in rededication events.
The drive behind why Brazilian Saints traveled by bus and by boat for decades to attend the templeWith a single temple in Brazil in 1978, Saints in the massive South American nation made great sacrifices in time, travel and money — often in cross-country caravans of member-chartered buses — to do temple work for themselves and their ancest