Sister Eubank on women and priesthood — A spiritual treasure to unwrap and study As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Sharon Eubank shares how she felt after hearing the prophet's invitation to study about priesthood power and what she is doing to follow that.
Elder Soares: How experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic have enhanced Sabbath day observance Amid the tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have also been blessings, Elder Ulisses Soares said. One blessing is "the opportunity to elevate the power of the Sabbath day."
Sister Craven on women and priesthood — All the spiritual blessings of the Church As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Becky Craven shares what she has learned about the importance and power of keeping covenants.
Elder Tad R. Callister: The Founding Fathers — Coincidence or providence? "God provided for the establishment of America with the births of the Founding Fathers, perhaps the most extraordinary group of men to be born at one time and in one place," wrote Elder Tad R. Callister
Boyd Matheson: The influence of ‘one of a city’ Saints in Southeast Asia “I don’t think the Lord is interested really in how many members of the Church we have," President Russell M. Nelson said. "What He is interested in is how many of His children choose to come back and enjoy eternal life in His holy presence.”
Sister Franco on women and priesthood — Drawing on the Savior’s power As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Cristina B. Franco shares a personal story of how she learned to draw on the power of God.
How a Germany-to-California-to-Utah conversion story epitomizes the power of missionaries on the internet A missionary in Germany joined by members in Puerto Rico and Utah help teach and convert a friend in California — an example of the global reach of missionaries when using technology and social media.
Sister Craig on women and priesthood — What will you take with you? As part of the Church News 'Women of Covenant' series, Sister Michelle D. Craig shares how she has learned to prioritize things of eternity over things of this world.
How the Church and NAACP are modeling true partnership and racial harmony The partnership between the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is just two years old. Here's a look at why the partnership is a model for how to create racial harmony.
Sister Harkness on women and priesthood — Blessings from priesthood covenants As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, Sister Lisa L. Harkness shares what she has learned about the doctrine of the priesthood.
President Nelson joins senior leaders of NAACP in calling for racial reform; ‘solutions will come as we open our hearts,’ they write in op-ed In a joint op-ed published by Medium, President Russell M. Nelson and NAACP senior leaders share how the NAACP and Church are working together for racial reform.
Video: President Nelson and the Reverend Amos Brown highlight need to move forward ‘Arm in Arm’ A new Church News video features President Nelson and the Reverend Amos Brown speaking about race during the 110th annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
‘Helping Hands’ volunteers from 6 states offer help after Michigan flooding Helping Hands volunteers came from 175 cities across six states to offer help and relief to Midland, Michigan, residents after a historic flood devastated their homes on May 19.
Boyd Matheson: 1 year after historic Rome temple dedication, apostles exemplify ‘whatsoever place ye cannot go ye shall send’ For a season, prophets and apostles have not been able to travel as they have in the recent past. But they are each sending their testimony and special witness to all the world by myriad means.
Beehive Clothing facilities worldwide will produce 200,000 gowns, 1.5 million masks in COVID-19 relief project The six Church-owned Beehive Clothing plants have been producing medical-grade gowns and face masks instead of sacred clothing since mid-April.
With easing of COVID-19 restrictions, personal revelation is essential, says Elder Renlund Speaking to the Church News as governments across the globe began easing restrictions, Elder Renlund said personal revelation enables Latter-day Saints to move forward without fear.
President Cordon on women and priesthood — Increased power through service As part of the Church News "Women of Covenant" series, President Bonnie H. Cordon shares what she has learned about how service can increase one's spiritual capacity and priesthood power.
First Presidency announces some meetings, activities to resume as world continues to respond to COVID-19 In a letter addressed to Latter-day Saints, plans were outlined permitting “some meetings and activities to be resumed on a limited basis using a careful, phased approach.”