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Sister Eubank hosts U.S. governors service project at Latter-day Saint Humanitarian Center Sister Sharon Eubank and the spouses of U.S. governors came together to assemble hygiene kits at the Latter-day Saint Humanitarian Center in Salt Lake City.
Elder Corbridge shares important takeaways Latter-day Saints can learn from the early pioneers Elder Lawrence E. Corbridge, a General Authority Seventy, speaks at the Days of '47 Sunrise Service on July 24, 2019, on how the early pioneers thrived and what we can learn from them today.
New FamilySearch’s interactive online experience, quiz links users with pioneer children The FamilySearch Pioneer Children Online Activity — which includes a quiz, short stories and biographical information on those who crossed the plains between ages newborn to 18 — is now available.
President Ballard dedicates Pioneer Children’s Memorial at This Is the Place Heritage Park Speaking to a large crowd at This is the Place Heritage Park on July 20, President Ballard said the Pioneer Children's Memorial would stand as a testament to the strength and faith of all pioneers, including pioneers today.
Church to model conferences after Especially For Youth for stakes in U.S., Canada — BYU will discontinue traditional EFY sessions This week the Church announced a new implementation of FSY conferences for youth in the U.S. and Canada and shared details about the new Children and Youth program beginning in 2020.
Here are Elder Holland’s key insights about the Atonement of Christ, Fall of Adam Two decades after delivering his "Missionary Work and the Atonement" address at a new mission leadership seminar at the Provo MTC, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland returned to link those two topics and the Missionary Purpose and doctrine of Christ.
In Orlando, President Nelson shares 7 truths that have the power to change lives Orlando can claim to be the site of many happy memories for countless individuals. But during a devotional in central Florida on Sunday, June 9 President Russell M. Nelson posed the questions, where is the happiest place on earth?
During address in Jerusalem, Elder Cook highlights commonalities of Latter-day Saints and Jews With the historic backdrop of Jerusalem behind him, Elder Cook addressed commonalities between Latter-day Saints and Jews, the importance of religious freedom and interfaith dialogue during the semiannual Jewish-Latter-day Saint Dialogue in Israel.
After meeting Tongan king and queen in royal palace, President Nelson is welcomed ‘home’ by Latter-day Saints More than 10,000 Tongan Latter-day Saints had a once-in-a-lifetime experience as they welcomed President Russell M. Nelson "home" on May 23.
4,000 Fijian Latter-day Saints welcome President Nelson on fifth stop of Pacific Ministry Tour The devotional is the fifth stop on President Nelson’s Pacific Ministry Tour — a nine-day, seven nation trip. It was broadcast to meetinghouses across Fiji.
Church donates $4 million to nine U.S. refugee resettlement agencies for third straight year For the third consecutive year, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has donated a $4 million grant to nine national refugee resettlement agencies in the United States.
Elder and Sister Christofferson testify of the reality of God, who is ‘reaching down to bless us’ Speaking during BYU Women’s Conference on May 3 with her husband, Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Sister Christofferson addressed the topic, “By Small and Simple Things Are Great Things Brought to Pass."
Women leaders answer questions about belonging, doubt and inadequacy in first-ever Sister-to-Sister event In the first-of-its-kind event, the general presidents of the Relief Society, Young Women and Primary organizations met together May 3 to address some of the real-life concerns shared by women in the Church.
How an 1879 Mass held in the St. George Tabernacle sparked today’s Latter-day Saint/Catholic partnerships Today's partnerships between The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Catholic Church date back to 1879, when the St. George Tabernacle and St. George choir hosted Catholic miners for one of the first Masses celebrated in Utah.
Following Sri Lanka bombings, Church’s Asia Area presidency offers words of sorrow, comfort Following Sunday's devastating bombings in Sri Lanka that have resulted in more than 200 deaths, the Asia Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a statement expressing sorrow and comfort.
‘Our hearts are with beloved Paris’: Sister Sharon Eubank shares hopeful post after Notre Dame fire Like many around the world who watched as smoke and flames destroyed the roof of the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris on Monday, April 15, members of the Church took to social media this week to share in mourning the loss of the cathedral.
Temple dedication ‘a dream’ for Latter-day Saints in DR Congo — here are highlights from the event Elder Dale G. Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles dedicated the Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple in three sessions on Sunday, April 14, 2019.