Music and the Spoken Word: To build a brighter futureMusic and the Spoken Word by the Tabernacle Choir and Lloyd Newell is broadcast each week from Temple Square.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned from a child in Manaus about temples, faith and sacrificeWhile Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver was visiting Manaus for the dedication of the Manaus Brazil Temple in 2012, a young boy asked her a simple question: "How do you sacrifice?" Here's what she has learned.
This Week on Social: Young Women invited to share how their leaders inspire and bless their livesThis week on social media, Church leaders celebrated — and were gearing up for — significant anniversaries, asked readers to examine their spiritual lives and invited youth and young adults back to seminary and institute.
Colorado Latter-day Saint youth gather close to 16,000 pounds of canned goods for local food bank“We are so grateful for the incredible food donation we received from the youth group at Fountain Colorado Stake from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” said Care and Share CEO Lynne Telford.
Sheri Dew: How losing my mother taught me that grieving is a kind of enhanced gratitude"My mother never saw herself as anything but the most ordinary woman, but there was nothing ordinary about her goodness or her faithfulness or her absolute devotion to her children," writes Sheri Dew of her mother who passed away this year.
Kathryn Reynolds: Blessed by priesthood power as a single womanAs a single member of the Church, Relief Society board member Kathryn Reynolds knows what it is like to not have a priesthood bearer in her home. Here's what she has learned about how the Lord blesses her with priesthood power individually.
Music and the Spoken Word: ‘That which is timeless’"So what is it about such music — or any kind of art — that keeps us engaged over the decades, even centuries? Some of its timeless appeal comes from its ability to lift us above the mundane, temporary things of daily life," Lloyd Newell said in this week's Music and the Spoken Word.