Church releases Layton Utah Temple location
The Layton Utah Temple will be located at the corner of Oak Hills Drive and Rosewood Lane in Layton City, approximately 25 miles north of Salt Lake City.
New Sunday School general president shares why he is 'all in' to do whatever God asks of him Brother Mark L. Pace says doing hard things and putting in effort has helped shape his life as he begins his service as the Church's new Sunday School general president.
Sister Anne Marie Pace and Brother Mark L. Pace, who was called as Sunday School general president in the Saturday session of April 2019 general conference, pose for photos at the Church Office Building in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 8, 2019.
Fun facts you probably didn't know about the history of the Young Women organization Nearly 150 years ago, in the parlor of the Lion House in Salt Lake City, President Brigham Young organized the Young Ladies Department of the Cooperative Retrenchment Association — the predecessor to the Young Women program.
The first Young Ladies’ Mutual Improvement Association meeting in 1880 of which Elmina S. Taylor is called by President John Taylor to be president.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I know now that I learned from a little girl on a high dive Each of us find ourselves at different times standing on the edge of a high dive. In those moments of discouragement, may we all look forward with faith and take a determined leap.
Years before her death, Katy Doak, right, attends a party with her friend, Elizabeth Weaver.
A look at the 90 year impact of 'Music and the Spoken Word' — the longest running continuous radio program On July 14, "Music and the Spoken Word" celebrated its 90th anniversary and its legacy as the longest running continuous national radio program in the U.S. Here's a look at the history of the broadcast and its impact over the last nine decades.
Conductor Mack Wilberg works with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square in Salt Lake City on Sunday, July 14, 2019, during a rehearsal for the 90th anniversary of "Music and the Spoken Word." The broadcast originally began in 1929, making "Music and the Spoken Word" the longest running continuously broadcast network program in the United States.
Did you know President Howard W. Hunter was a professional musician? Here's why he left it behind On a Saturday night in 1931, a few days after marrying Clara May Jeffs, Howard W. Hunter returned home from a music gig and packed his instruments into boxes. During an interview 54 years later, he told me why he abandoned his music career.
Young Howard W. Hunter, center, played several instruments in his dance band, "Hunter’s Croonaders." The band played for Boise area dances and performed on the tour ship SS President Jackson.
Elder John A. Widtsoe's works to be available online beginning this year The masterworks and religious writings of Elder John A. Widsoe are expected be available online to both scholars and the public by the end of this year.
George H. Durham, left, John A. Widtsoe's youngest grandson, looks over the shoulder of John W. "Jack" Welch — BYU law professor, Widtsoe Foundation Distinguished Scholar, and guest speaker — during a Widtsoe Family Collection dinner at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.
Music and the Spoken Word: What 90 years of the Tabernacle Choir's broadcast has brought to the world Music and the Spoken Word, which features the Tabernacle Choir, is celebrating its 90th year of broadcasting.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the Salt Lake Tabernacle in 1929. The choir began broadcasting Music and the Spoken Word 90 years ago, making it the longest continuously broadcast network program in history.
This week on social: President Nelson poses with newest great-grandchild in heartwarming post about family Several posts from Church leaders on social media this week testified about the blessings of families.
"I feel pure joy every time I welcome a new member of our family into the world. Here is a photo of me with my newest great-grandchild," President Russell M. Nelson wrote in a July 7, 2019, Instagram post.
'You can't fake love': An inside look at how refugees in Rome and Latter-day Saints are coming together in an extraordinary way The Friendship Center in Rome, Italy, provides an opportunity for refugees to take classes that promote self-reliance and to feel hope that 'things are going to get better.'
Somalian refugee Fardusa Osman attends intermediate Italian language class at St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church in Rome, Italy, on Thursday, March 7, 2019. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints partners with the Catholic church to help refugees.
HUD secretary Carson visits Church's Welfare Square U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson toured The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Welfare Square as part of a brief visit in Salt Lake City on Thursday, July 11.
Elder Jack N. Gerard, left, and Elder Kent F. Richards, right, visit with HUD secretary Dr. Ben Carson in a Deseret Industries Thrift Store located at Welfare Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, during a July 11, 2019, tour.
How a quadriplegic is fulfilling his patriarchal blessing to 'baptize and confirm many' Jarom Hlebasko's patriarchal blessing promised that he would be able to baptize and confirm many into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But when he became a quadriplegic in high school due to an accident, he wondered how that could be true.
Jarom Hlebasko poses with his daughter Miree at her baptism.
Elder Rasband calls on 'pioneers' in Belarus to establish Church for future generations Elder Rasband counsels Latter-day Saints in Belarus to be "pioneers" and prayerfully fellowship their friends and neighbors.
Aerial view of the old historic centre of Minsk city, Minsk, Belarus.
BYU updates Honor Code website. Here's what you need to know On June 10, the Church-owned Brigham Young University updated its Honor Code website with additional resources and information regarding Honor Code Office procedures.
A campus sign at the entrance of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
7 summertime stories from General Authorities to uplift and enlighten your vacation Here are seven stories from President Monson, Elder Holland, Elder Christofferson, Elder Gong, Elder Stevenson, and Elder Uchtdorf that highlight gospel learning from summer experiences.
In an undated photo, Thomas S. Monson is photographed having caught two fish at Vivian Park in Provo Canyon.
Elder Bednar addresses 'the character of Christ' during 2019 Mission Leadership Seminar Speaking to 164 couples attending the Mission Leadership Seminar, Elder David A. Bednar said character refers to “the moral qualities of an individual that are conscientiously and consistently lived.”
Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles speaks during the 2019 Mission Leadership Seminar in the Provo Missionary Training Center on June 27, 2019.
Professional counselor shares 5 tips to improve family relationships Mark D. Ogletree, a licensed professional counselor and BYU associate professor, shares 5 practical, gospel-centered principles on how to improve family relationships.
Mark D. Ogletree, a licensed professional counselor, shared applicable, gospel-centered advice for families in a recent series of presentations to BYU Alumni Chapters in Nebraska, California and Texas.
2 missionaries talk about returning home early and how loved ones can help Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and early returned missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints share advice for those who return home early and feel they don't belong when they get home.
Missionary returning home early
How a surprise phone call unexpectedly turned Elder Alan R. Walker into a parent overnight Elder Alan R. Walker, new General Authority Seventy, shares details about his conversion to the gospel and how he and his wife unexpectedly became parents after 20 years of marriage.
Elder Alan R. Walker and Sister Ines Marcela Sulé pose for a photo outside the Church Office Building in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 8, 2019. Elder Walker was called to be a General Authority Seventy during the April 2019 general conference.