Church announces adjustments to temple ceremonial clothingA recent letter from the First Presidency announced adjustments to the ceremonial clothing worn by members inside temples to be more simple, comfortable and cost-effective.
What 9 ‘faith-filled’ LDSBC students shared about faith in Jesus Christ, agency and the Book of MormonOn 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 educationDuring 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.
What these Church leaders learned from the examples of Latter-day Saints in MexicoWith 13 temples and 220 stakes, the Mexico Area of the Church is well established with a growing membership. Here's a look at what three church leaders learned from Latter-day Saints in Mexico and their dedication to temple work.
How the annual mission tours and interactions impact missionaries and mission leadership couplesMost Latter-day Saints around the world know little about the Church assignments known as mission tours. Here's a look at how these assignments impact the missionaries, the mission leadership couple and the visiting leaders.
Mission tours: What most Latter-day Saints don’t know about the hundreds of such events conducted worldwide each yearWhat are mission tours and why are they important for the Church's worldwide missionary force? Here's a look the purpose, planning and processes for the hundreds of mission tours conducted each year.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What happens when people ‘do something about their faith’When a tsunami struck Southeast Asia in 2004, the Church — like many nations and organizations — was quick to provide relief. But Elder David Walch and his wife, Sister Phyllis Walch, discovered the victims were in need of something more.