Church to add 8 new missions. Here’s where they will be located around the worldThe Church is creating eight new missions, bringing its total number of missions to 407 around the world.
How Latter-day Saint Charities and the Vietnamese government are addressing the nation’s mobility crisisAlmost 1 million of Vietnam's 97 million have limited mobility that requires the use of wheelchairs. Here's how a partnership between Latter-day Saint Charities and the government is making a difference.
Government leader presents official certificate authorizing members to conduct religious activities in VietnamA high ranking government leader in Vietnam presented an official certificate authorizing members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to conduct religious activities in the country in compliance with a new religious law established in 2018.
Church leaders report on status of missionaries, members following Typhoon HagibisIn a disaster report from the Church's Asia North Area offices, members and missionaries in the Chiba and Fukushima prefectures were reported safe following further flooding and mudslides due to torrential rains Oct. 25-26, in the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis.
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.