Leaders & Ministry

Sister Holland receives public service award from BYU Management Society in St. George “It is easier to pull into the future without fear when we know we are not rowing alone," Sister Holland said after accepting the Dixie Heritage Distinguished Public Service Award.
In Brazil, Elder Soares addresses 5 concerns from young adults and invites them to put the Savior first Prior to the devotional, Elder Soares asked the area presidency what the greatest concerns and challenges are of young adults in Brazil. The Apostle then addressed five of those concerns in his remarks.
Elder Gong presides at gratitude-filled Winnipeg temple cornerstone ceremony prior to Sunday’s historic dedication Saturday's cornerstone ceremony outside the soon-to-be-dedicated Winnipeg Manitoba Temple signals the beginning of new temples opening following interruptions prompted by the pandemic.
Sister Aburto invites unity of faith, love and strengths among religious communities In her role with the Relief Society, Sister Aburto has seen the efforts of Church members around the world, she explains during a forum on religious freedom in six South American countries.
How 3 Apostles received a sure witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ during missionary service in England As President Ballard, Elder Holland and Elder Cook retraced Church history in Great Britain, one thing became clear. They each have played their own significant part in a “British re-emergence.”
In Jordan, Egypt and United Arab Emirates, Elder Bednar and President Bingham testify of the Savior and the temple Elder David A. Bednar, President Jean B. Bingham and Sister Sharon Eubank and other leaders recently ministered in in Jordan, Egypt and United Arab Emirates.
Sarah Jane Weaver: Why a chance meeting and a charge to ‘carry on’ mattered for missionaries from the England MTC President Ballard, Elder Holland and Elder Cook meet a group of young missionaries who will carry on the work they started decades ago
Elder Soares addresses young adults’ concerns about commitment, loving those who disagree and other issues Elder Ulisses Soares testified to young adults in Mesa, Arizona, that all could find answers to his or her deep and important concerns by focusing their life on the Savior.
Stand as a witness of God, nothing wavering, Elder Rasband teaches at Ensign College devotional Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are blessed to bear the name of Jesus Christ, Elder Ronald A. Rasband taught at an Ensign College devotional on Oct. 26.
Returning to their ‘spiritual home,’ 3 senior Apostles reflect on lives ‘anchored in the British Isles’ as full-time missionaries All former missionaries in England, President Ballard, Elder Holland and Elder Cook recall the impact of missionary service on their lives
Elder Gong gives 3 invitations to Winnipeg-area youth to discover faith, ‘enduring joy’ in Canada’s newest temple Youth residing across Canada's newest temple district — the Winnipeg Manitoba Temple district — tuned in for devotional with Elder Gerrit W. Gong and several other Church leaders in the days prior to the temple dedication.
What Elder Orson Hyde’s prayer dedicating the Holy Land 180 years ago means to Latter-day Saints today Sunday marks 180 years since Elder Orson Hyde climbed the Mount of Olives and offered a prayer dedicating Jerusalem. Elder Quentin L. Cook explains what this means to Latter-day Saints today.
BYU conference: Elder Bednar, Elder Gong invite mutual understanding, respect among Latter-day Saints and Muslims During a BYU conference, a pair of latter-day Apostles — Elder David A. Bednar and Elder Gerrit W. Gong — counsel Latter-day Saints to show kindness and kinship with followers of Islam.
John S.K. Kauwe III, first native Hawaiian to lead BYU–Hawaii, officially inaugurated as president by Elder Holland After a 15-month delay due to COVID-19 restrictions, Elder Holland officially inaugurated President John S.K. Kauwe III, the first-ever native Hawaiian to serve as president of BYU-Hawaii.
Holy Ghost is the best study companion, President Johnson teaches during BYU-Pathway devotional The way to learn truth “is to exercise faith and seek to learn, not just with your head through study, but also with a willing heart through faith,” said President Camille N. Johnson to BYU–Pathway students.
Returning to her rural roots: The message Elder and Sister Holland gave to Saints in Sister Holland’s hometown Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland's assignments take them around the world to meet with Latter-day Saints. This weekend, they had the chance to return to Sister Holland's hometown of Enterprise, Utah.