Music and the Spoken Word: What a story from Mother Teresa's life teaches about the true spirit of ChristmasThis season of special holidays is all about giving. Young children are often most excited about what they might receive, but over time, we discover that real joy comes from giving.
Giving machines #LightTheWorld in Arizona this Christmas seasonThe Giving Machines opened in Gilbert on Nov. 29, one of only five places in the world. Sister Reyna I. Aburto, second counselor in the Relief General Presidency, participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. Donations will benefit those in need.
It's all about soul: What one choir is doing to put a little 'gospel' into the gospelThe Unity Gospel Choir with guest artists Jenny Oaks Baker, Loren Allred and the Bonner Family, present “A Soulful Christmas” a one night event returning this season for the third time to the Utah Valley University Event Center on Friday, Nov.
How the gospel transformed an abusive guard into an ally at a World War II POW campA prison camp in France in the 1940s caused a German soldier to suffer years of physical deprivation and mental anguish. It also became a gateway to a more abundant and fulfilling life as he learned of the gospel of Jesus Christ from a fellow POW.
Not your typical dinner: What Thanksgiving at the Provo MTC looks like and why it matters to 350,000 peopleMore than 1,500 missionaries are spending the holiday season in the Provo MTC, away from home and family. But if the ringing bells and cheers echoing through a parking garage are any indication, this Thanksgiving is a happy one.
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.