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Boyd Matheson: To know, remember and serve Jesus Christ in the adventure of discipleship President Russell M. Nelson has invited all to come and experience for themselves the blessings found along the covenant path in the adventure of discipleship. "I invite you to seek to know for yourself that He is the Master Healer.”
Jesus Christ, now resurrected, approaches his apostles and others in this scene from a Bible Video.
What are your favorite memories of Temple Square? Send us your responses here With the Salt Lake Temple and surrounding areas being closed for a four-year renovation, the Church News would like to hear about your favorite memories or experiences on Temple Square.
Flowers adorn the grounds of The Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City on Friday, April 19, 2019. Church officials announced renovations and changes to it and the grounds.
Music and the Spoken Word: Peacocks, people and 'our glorious potential' Music and the Spoken Word is shared by Lloyd Newell during the weekly Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square broadcast.
It may seem obvious, but peacocks are not chickens, and each person is wonderfully unique.
Watch this new Easter video by ComeUntoChrist.org A new video released April 10 on ComeUntoChrist.org’s YouTube channel shares a message of hope for the Easter season.
The Church released a new Easter message about the Savior, His Atoning sacrifice and the Resurrection.
Boyd Matheson: The 'ultimate test' Latter-day Saints face following general conference Many members of The Church of Jesus Christ describe general conference as a peak experience. The value of any meeting or conference is realized in what changes occur and what improvements take place after the sessions are over.
Conferencegoers walk from the Conference Center following the Saturday afternoon session of the 189th General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 6, 2019.
Simplifying members' lives, reducing strain on leaders — a look at Church changes since the 1980s In the last year alone, major shifts to simplify and reduce the strain placed on members have allowed individuals and families to refocus on spiritual growth and and serving one another in "holier ways."
President Russell M. Nelson salutes conferencegoers following the Saturday morning session of the LDS Church's 188th Annual General Conference in Salt Lake City on Saturday, March 31, 2018.
A sacred spirit: Remembering what temple announcements are really about Receiving and rejoicing over temple announcements at general conference can be done in the same sacred spirit they are presented by a prophet of God.
Carole Taylor Olsen, third from right, is joined by her children — from left, Scott, Lori, Mitch, Alan and Aaron — at the August 2016 open house of the Fort Collins Colorado Temple.
Music and the Spoken Word: Want to live a more meaningful life? Here are a few things to keep in mind As we get older, we tend to look at ourselves, others, and the world around us quite differently than when we were younger.
Learning from each others' journeys will help us be able to think about our own and how we want to be remembered. 
This week on social: Watch this inspiring video from Elder Holland's Facebook on overcoming grief Church leaders took to social media this week to share lessons they had learned from the experiences and testimonies of members of the Church.
A video on Elder Holland's Facebook page shares the story of a man who overcame grief through the Christlike love of a friend. 
The most important change that has to happen for the Church's 'unprecedented future' President Nelson has said that the future of the Church is unprecedented and unparalleled. Here's how can Church members take responsibility to be a part of that future.
Conference-goers listen as Elder Quentin L. Cook, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, details adjusted Sunday Church schedules during the Saturday morning session of the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.
How the Pocatello temple groundbreaking impacted Idaho's Muslim community following the New Zealand shootings The Pocatello Idaho Temple groundbreaking brought Christians, Muslims, Jews and practitioners of the Baha’i Faith together. Days later, the community also gathered at the Pocatello mosque to mourn the New Zealand shootings.
Thousands gathered under brisk, clear skies on March 16, 2019, for the groundbreaking service of the Pocatello Idaho Temple.
Tabernacle Choir's 'Let Us All Press On' tops Billboard's Classical Traditional chart “Let Us All Press On: Hymns of Praise and Inspiration,” a recently released album by The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and Orchestra at Temple Square, is in the top spot on the Billboard’s Classical Traditional chart.
"Let Us All Press On" is an album by the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
Jon and Michelle Schmidt on how to avoid making 'wonderful things invisible' Pianist and Piano Guys member Jon Schmidt, along with his wife, Michelle Schmidt, addressed LDS Business College students and staff in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square on March 26.
Jon Schmidt performs during an LDS Business College devotional in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square on March 26, 2019.
Tabernacle Choir to celebrate Easter this year with a new concert. Here's how to watch the show An Easter service by the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, the Orchestra at Temple Square, the Bells on Temple Square and the Gabriel Trumpet Ensemble will be held in April 2019.
The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square will be singing an Easter service in April 2019 in celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Less is more: A look at why the Church is simplifying its scripture production processes Changes to printed and online scripture resources produced by the Church emphasize an effort to simplify the lives of members around the world, allowing them to focus on the core purposes of the gospel in their personal and family study.
A new printer purchased by the Church in 2013 allows translations of scriptures to be printed in more languages at lower costs.
Mack Wilberg and Ryan Murphy talk new album, what they wish more people knew about the Tabernacle Choir Tabernacle Choir conductors Mack Wilberg and Ryan Murphy seemed to like the last question of the media interview the most.
Mack Wilberg conducts The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square during the Sunday afternoon session of the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.
Music and the Spoken Word: What research proves about why we should spend more time outdoors Many of us are searching for ways to feel a little better — physically and emotionally.
Spencer Vogrinec and Whitney Holmes hike at sunset in Rock Canyon in Provo on Feb 28, 2019.
How do you prepare for general conference? Let us know here Making general conference meaningful and “a delight” can take some effort. With the 189th Annual General Conference just around the corner, the Church News would like to know what you do to prepare to listen to the voice of the prophets.
Attendees sustain General Authorities during the Saturday afternoon session of the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.