How ordinary Latter-day Saints made an extraordinary impact on this woman's testimony of the gospelSister Vicki G. Jackman, a member of the Young Women general board, shares the people who have served as her most influential teachers.
From acorn to oak tree: How Elder Melvin J. Ballard's prophecy about the Church in South America continues to be fulfilledOn July 4, 1926, as Elder Melvin J. Ballard spoke about the future of the Church in South America. “The work of the Lord will grow slowly for a time here just as an oak grows slowly from an acorn." Today there are 4 million members in South America.
How Church News is removing 'LDS' from its web address, social platformsFollowing the counsel of President Russell M. Nelson in his Aug. 16 announcement about the importance of using the full name of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Church News has updated it's name and online presence.
Why Latter-day Saint women are participating in the social media fast and what they hope to gain from itDuring his October 2018 general women’s session address, President Russell M. Nelson issued four challenges to the women of the Church, one of which included taking a 10-day fast from social media.
Here are 53 photos from Sunday morning session of general conferenceAs he concluded the Sunday morning session of October 2018 general conference, resident Russell M. Nelson reemphasized the "course correction" of referring to the Church by its divinely given name: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
See photos of the historic October 2018 Saturday morning session of general conferenceWithin minutes of the first talk of the 188th Semiannual General Conference, President Russell M. Nelson greeted members of the Church tuning in throughout the world and announced historic changes to meetings in the Church.
Church releases new section on Gospel Library app with content created by — and for — young adultsLatter-day Saint young adults can now find new content created for young adults by young adults each week in the Church's Gospel Library app. A new section, known as YA Weekly, will be updated each week with content available in 20-plus languages.
The extraordinary response to President Hinckley's request at the Nauvoo temple dedicationIn the closing moments of dedication of the Nauvoo Illinois Temple in 2002, President Gordon B. Hinckley asked those present to walk down the Trail of Hope to the landing on the Mississippi River, from which early Saints departed Nauvoo.