Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Utah women’s right to voteA new exhibit at the Church History Museum shares the story of how Utah women were the first in the United States to win the right to vote. Sister Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society general president, spoke during the opening event.
How Elder Neal A. Maxwell became ‘poetry personified at the pulpit’“I have to work at my addresses, and I care about the congregation to whom I’m going to speak,” Elder Neal A. Maxwell said. “Maybe some of this rewriting is vanity, but part of it is my regard for people. If they’re going to take time to listen to me, I really owe it to them to be prepared."
FamilySearch celebrates 125th anniversary — here’s how it has become the largest genealogy organization in the worldThe Genealogical Society of Utah, known today as FamilySearch, was established on Nov. 13, 1894. Over the past 125 years, FamilySearch has worked to publish almost 4.8 billion searchable records and grow its family tree to more than 1.2 billion people.
From settling Salt Lake City to polygamy, volume 2 of ‘Saints’ is more ‘epic’ than the firstThe first chapters of "Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days, volume 2, No Unhallowed Hand" are now available at saints.ChurchofJesusChrist.org and in the Church History section of the Gospel Library app.
Why the advice about children from this Church leader in the 1970s is still relevant todayLaVern Watts Parmley spent her life serving Primary children in the Church. In the early 1970s, she shared some sage wisdom about children with the Church News. Here's why her advice still applies to parents and children today.