Snakes, snow and surprises for Latter-day Saint hikers on 35-day trek through Australian AlpsA small crew of hikers, including several Latter-day Saint team members, helped raise $10,000 for the Cathy Freeman Foundation's Indigenous Education Programs, Newsroom Australia reported.
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Here are 6 reasons to call The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by its full nameOn Aug. 16, the Church released a statement from President Russell M. Nelson regarding the correct usage of the name of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a subject that has come up repeatedly for several years.
Why a Q&A with your Heavenly Father is a good thing, according to this new Primary leaderAfter being sustained to the Primary general presidency, Sister Lisa L. Harkness began walking up to the stand in the Conference Center. Suddenly, shouting broke the quiet, reverent atmosphere. It was then a kind voice told her, "Keep moving."
Church leader issues invitation to help LDS young adults overcome 'sense of emptiness and gloom'Elder Patrick Kearon of the Presidency of the Seventy invited young adults to commit to discover the transformative power of ministering during a worldwide devotional, broadcast from the BYU-Idaho Center in Rexburg, Idaho, on May 6.
Be grateful, have integrity, be humble and be kind, Elder Stanfill tells BYU-Idaho graduates at commencementSpeaking on several Christlike attributes they would need following graduation, Elder Vern P. Stanfill, General Authority Seventy, spoke to new alumni of Brigham Young University-Idaho in his commencement address on April 13.
First Presidency explains ministering concept in letter to worldwide membershipImmediately following the closing session of the 188th Annual General Conference of the Church, the First Presidency released a letter explaining the Melchizedek Priesthood quorum changes and the new ministering concept to members.