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‘All are alike unto God,’ Elder Stevenson says at NAACP luncheon Using the relationship between Church and the NAACP as inspiration, Elder Gary E. Stevenson offered three points of counsel to hundreds gathered Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. — “be your brother's keeper, foster civility and emulate Christlike love.”
Sarah Jane Weaver: Why I give the Lord my faith — and my tithes The story of Gemmer Esperas — who lost his daughter, his home and his job in Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 — epitomizes the power of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' programs and sacred resources to transform and elevate individuals and families across the globe.
President Nelson and the Apostles: Sharing the workload of a worldwide Church A closer look at how President Russell M. Nelson has been working in tandem with the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in the two years since becoming President of the Church.
New MTC leaders learn how their focused roles differ from having presided over a mission At the recent MTC Leadership Seminar in Provo, six couples of new MTC presidents and companions met with the managers of their MTCs and learned how MTC leadership differs from mission leadership.
This week on social: Apostles share update on Philippines, testimonies of God’s plan and an invitation to pray Members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency shared messages of faith as well as details about the Church's humanitarian efforts in the Philippines on social media this week.
Shirley Ann Wilkes Thomas, former counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, dies at 94 Sister Shirley Ann Wilkes Thomas, who served as second counselor in the Relief Society general presidency from 1978 to 1983 died on Tuesday, Jan. 7, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at 94 years old.
What 9 ‘faith-filled’ LDSBC students shared about faith in Jesus Christ, agency and the Book of Mormon On Jan. 14, President Bruce C. Kusch and his wife, Sister Alynda Kusch, spoke to LDSBC students gathered in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square about the principles found in a “simple but powerful” Primary song and the miracle of a quilt walk.
Elder Vai Sikahema announces new BYU-Hawaii scholarships, details the importance of education During the first BYU-Hawaii devotional of the new year, Elder Vai Sikahema announced two new scholarships for Tongan and Hawaiian students at the university and shared his family's experience learning the importance of education.