Nepali members in Salt Lake City gather to celebrate Nepali translation of Book of MormonWith singing, dancing, a video presentation and a buffet of Nepali food, members of the Crossroads Square Branch of the South Salt Lake Stake gathered for a cultural celebration to commemorate the Nepali translation of the Book of Mormon on June 17.
Stories By Valerie Johnson
Elder Stanley G. Ellis: 'Do We Trust Him? Hard is Good'In the October 2006 general conference, Elder Stanley G. Ellis declared, "The Lord trusts us." Now, 11 years later as an Emeritus General Authority Seventy speaking in the Sunday afternoon session of general conference, he asked, "Do we trust Him?"
Take a look at these photos from the April 2019 Saturday morning session of general conferenceWith thousands of people gathered in the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City, and hundreds of thousands watching via sattelite broadcast and internet streaming, the opening session of the 189th Annual General Conference began on April 6.
The heart-pounding moment when 1 General Authority testified of Joseph Smith in front of his graduate class"This Church is blessed by the reality of continuing revelation through a living prophet of God," Elder Steven R. Bangerter, General Authority Seventy, said in his BYU-Hawaii devotional address on March 19.
Women leaders meet with first lady of Republic of Ghana during West Africa tripSister Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society general president, and Sister Bonnie H. Cordon, Young Women general president, met with Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo, the first lady of the Republic of Ghana, in Accra, Friday, March 1.
President Ballard shares where to find the answers to life's questionsWhile the education of one's mind regarding things of the world is very important, of greater importance is the education of one's spirit and the things of eternity, President M. Russell Ballard told students gathered at the Salt Lake Institute on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Learn about the woman who inspired the original KFC and why she had a BYU building named after herBusinessman "Pete" Harman and Colonel Sanders are well known for starting the KFC franchise. But Harman's aunt, Caroline Hemenway Harman, has just as remarkable of a story — though most haven't heard it.