#LightTheWorld giving machines raise more than $1 million for global, local charities and are still going strong The Church's #LightTheWorld campaign has surpassed last year's donations in its first few weeks with local and global donations from its five giving machine locations around the world.
Kristin Chenoweth to cross off an item on her ‘bucket list’ at Tabernacle Choir Christmas concert Celebrated Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth expressed excitement to celebrate "the birth of Christ" with the Tabernacle Choir during this year's Christmas concert.
Music and the Spoken Word: What a story from Mother Teresa’s life teaches about the true spirit of Christmas This season of special holidays is all about giving. Young children are often most excited about what they might receive, but over time, we discover that real joy comes from giving.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson: ‘Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room’ Elder Gary E. Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve invites listeners to 'consider the condition' of their spiritual hearts, during the First Presidency's Christmas Devotional on Dec. 2.
Elder Terence M. Vinson’s ‘A gift from Father: Accepted or Rejected’ "Whether in Sydney, Salt Lake or Sierra Leone; whether in Nuku'alofa, Newfoundland or Nigeria, our Savior's birth inspires people to do good things," Elder Terence M. Vinson said during the First Presidency's Christmas Devotional.
Sister Sharon Eubank: ‘Silent Night, Love’s Pure Light’ Jesus Christ is Love's pure light, testified Sister Sharon Eubank, first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, during the First Presidency’s Christmas devotional on Dec. 2.
Giving machines #LightTheWorld in Arizona this Christmas season The Giving Machines opened in Gilbert on Nov. 29, one of only five places in the world. Sister Reyna I. Aburto, second counselor in the Relief General Presidency, participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. Donations will benefit those in need.
Elder Holland joins ambassador of Paraguay to switch on Christmas lights in D.C. The transformative power of the light of Christ to change lives and encourage peace was the focus of the Festival of Lights opening at the Washington DC Temple Visitors’ Center on Nov. 27 and 28.
Why visiting the lights at Temple Square is more than just a pretty sight Following more than 50 years of tradition, historic Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City once again flooded with light on the evening of Nov. 23, as crowds gathered for the annual Christmas lighting ceremony.