Video: After inspecting Salt Lake Temple renovation project, President Nelson says we should all be ‘worthy of the temple’"Massive, amazing and inspiring” are three words that President Russell M. Nelson used as he inspected the renovation and preservation efforts of the Salt Lake Temple.
Video: President Cordon explains how ‘the Lord uses all of us’ in His Church“It’s not The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Women, it’s not The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Men. It’s The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Saints striving to do the will of the Lord," President Bonnie H. Cordon said.
Video: Why does religious liberty matter? Prominent faith and thought leaders answer that important questionElder Quentin L. Cook, along with Catholic and Pentecostal leaders, speak about the power of religion and the necessity to defend religious liberty in a manner that protects people of diverse faith, as well as those of no faith.
Video: From Carthage Jail, Elder Cook remembers the Prophet Joseph Smith, the martyrdom and his witness of the SaviorThe Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum Smith, were killed by a mob on June 27, 1844 — sealing their testimonies with their lives. A new Church News video features a visit of Elder Quentin L. Cook and his wife, Sister Mary G. Cook, to Carthage Jail.
Video: President Nelson describes the ‘prayerful foresight’ that led to the decision to build second temple in Ephraim, Utah, areaPresident Russell M. Nelson talks about his appreciation for the Church’s pioneer legacy and his “deep gratitude for the Lord’s responding to our pleadings" in relation to the recent temple announcements.
Video: Church News documentary highlights President Nelson’s first 3 years as prophetA new Church News documentary, “President Russell M. Nelson: The First Three Years,” highlights President Nelson’s worldwide ministry, his outreach to world leaders, his focus on the rising generation, and his efforts to build temples.
Video: President Ballard says the ‘greatest thing’ that ever happened was finding and marrying Sister BallardTwo years after Sister Barbara Ballard's death in 2018, President M. Russell Ballard speaks of her love and influence — and of his loneliness without her — in a Church News video, titled “Simply Beautiful.”