Church announces closure of Guatemala Missionary Training CenterEffective January 2020, the Guatemala Missionary Training Center will close.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What a spontaneous prayer in Colombia taught me about how the Lord blesses usThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is filled with a history of sacrifice and gratitude. This week, while covering President Russell M. Nelson’s Latin America Ministry Tour, I saw a sweet example of gratitude that reminded me of the Tahitian Latter-day Saints’ response to the temple.
Why the UN wanted to hold a conference in Salt Lake City and what their partnership means to the ChurchWith the arrival of the 68th UN Civil Society conference in Salt Lake, continued collaboration between the UN and Latter-day Saint Charities highlights why Utah is a great place to have discussions of global significance.
‘It is not coincidence’: A look at the remarkable history of the Church in French Polynesia since its beginnings 175 years agoFrench Polynesia may be a tourist destination, but the South Pacific islands nation also has a long-standing history with the Church. Here's a look at how the Church has grown there since its first arrival 175 years ago.
Here’s how you can read the first 8 chapters of volume 2 of SaintsWith the first chapter being made available June 20, 2019, the Church will serialize the first eight chapters of volume 2 of "Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days" leading up to the print release in February 2020.
How Latter-day Saint Charities and UNHCR have been bringing relief and comfort to refugees for nearly 30 yearsHonoring World Refugee Day, a new video highlights how the work of UNHCR and Latter-day Saint Charities has been impacting the lives of refugees, volunteers and communities around the world for almost three decades.
Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego gets a new stake at the ‘ends of the earth’Despite its remote location, the Tierra del Fuego province in southern Argentina has a growing population of Latter-day Saints. And on June 2, the South America South Area presidency participated in creating the southernmost stake in the world there.