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The story of the Kia Ngawari Trust: How these amateur historians amassed a national treasure Through their efforts to record the history of missionaries who served in New Zealand, these amateur historians epitomize "Kia Ngawari": Be loving. Be gentle. Be kind.
Hurricane Sally deluges U.S. Gulf Coast; missionaries, members reported safe On the unwelcome 16th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, a rain-producing Hurricane Sally is flooding the Gulf Coast region. Church members and missionaries have been reported as safe.
Digitized records of Mayflower descendants now available on FamilySearch and AmericanAncestors.org Are you a Mayflower descendant? In honor of the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's voyage, FamilySearch announced that digitized records of Mayflower descendants are now available online.
BYU–Idaho students have a ‘duty’ to battle COVID-19 BYU–Idaho President Henry J. Eyring outlined what measures are being taken to keep students safe from the novel coronavirus, and what students will be expected to do in order to help keep the campus safe and open, on Sept. 15.
New Book of Mormon Videos episode depicts Moroni finishing and burying the plates, Joseph Smith finding them The new episode will be the last of the Book of Mormon Videos series to be published before 2022. Further filming has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
Kaylene Harding: The ‘profound implications’ of the priesthood restoration Kaylene Harding, a member of the Primary general board, shares some of the profound implications the restoration of the priesthood has had in her life.
Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme partner to aid global pandemic relief efforts Continuing their long standing partnership, Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme collaborate to provide pandemic relief efforts worldwide.
How Elder Holland’s friendship with an evangelical leader has built ‘historic bridges’ In a recent episode of the Building Bridges podcast, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Dr. George Wood discuss their decade-long friendship and what it means for the Latter-day Saint and evangelical communities.
Elder and Sister Rasband to young adults during Face to Face: ‘We need you’ During a Face to Face event on Sept. 13, Elder and Sister Rasband answered questions from young adults and shared insights on the Restoration and the bicentennial proclamation.
Latest temple updates: Just under 100 temples offering all living ordinances, as 10 more move to Phase 2 Among the 10 temples moving to Phase 2 are one in Canada, one in the Philippines and eight in the U.S., with two California temples returning from 'paused' status.