Celebrate Juneteenth by searching FamilySearch’s Freedmen’s Bureau recordsJuneteenth 2020 marks five years since FamilySearch announced the beginning of the Freedmen's Bureau records project. Watch this video of Thom Reed of FamilySearch explaining the project and other resources for researching African heritage.
How Doctrine and Covenants 4 shows the importance of principles over structure in the ongoing Restoration of the ChurchMissionary work — or “ministering to all,” as Elder Uchtdorf said — was and continues to be one of the key foundational principles of the gospel. The structure of the Church supports this principle.
Gerry Avant: Want a happy and fulfilling life? Try these guidelines from Elder George I. CannonAfter he was called to be a General Authority Seventy in 1986, Elder George I. Cannon shared his "Guidelines for a Fulfilling and Happy Life from One Who Has Been There," with Gerry Avant of the Church News.
The story behind the Mexico MTC: How the Benemérito private school with 90-acre campus became one of the busiest MTCsAn in-depth look — with several photo galleries — at the Mexico Missionary Training Center, including its Benemérito roots, expansion to its 90-acre campus, rise to one of the busiest MTCs and reason for the closure of smaller MTCs.
Church Historian and Recorder speaks on significance of First Vision at Huntington Library conferenceDrawing on its vast catalog of Church history materials, the Huntington hosted “The First Vision of Joseph Smith, Jr.: 200 Years On” — a two-day conference commemorating the bicentennial of Joseph Smith’s First Vision.