How 1 Sudanese Latter-day Saint convert survived a civil war and is on a mission ‘to help the rest of humanity’ Karak Miakol, a native of South Sudan and a convert of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was awarded with the 2019 Peacemaker Award at Brigham Young University.
This Latter-day Saint finished his college degree through BYU-Pathway. Now, he’s a BYU-Idaho professor How the choice of one couple to return to school through PathwayConnect led to this man becoming a professor at BYU-Idaho and why they say education can bless the lives of anyone at any stage of life.
Here’s how to get tickets to the 2019 Tabernacle Choir Christmas concert The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square 2019 concert is set to run on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12–14, 2019, at 8:00 p.m. in the Conference Center on Temple Square in Salt Lake City.
Church releases new information about FSY starting in 2020. Here’s how it impacts you The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints published a schedule of when stakes will attend FSY in 2020, 2021 and 2022, as well as information about registration, costs and recommending young single adult counselors.
From Wyoming to Spain: Real Madrid shooting guard Jaycee Carroll talks faith, family and pro basketball Jaycee Carroll has had an 11-year career playing professional basketball in Europe, but he started out as a key player on his high school team in Evanston, Wyoming.
How 1 missionary paralyzed in a hit-and-run car crash is ‘running to share the gospel’ Monique McDown was serving a mission in Curitiba, Brazil, when she was hit by a car while walking on the side of the road. Although she was paralyzed from the accident, she has miraculously been able to walk again.
The courageous steps Latter-day Saints in Asia are taking to build the Church and strengthen their families During an eight day visit to the Asia Area, Sister Jones and Sister Craig witnessed some of the courageous things Latter-day Saints are doing to strengthen their families and continue to spread the gospel.
Performing at President Nelson’s birthday celebration ‘an opportunity of a lifetime’ for artists The Bonner Family, Nathan Pacheco, GENTRI and Jenny Oaks Baker and Family Four share their thoughts on the opportunity to perform for President Russell M. Nelson's 95th birthday celebration.
Hurricane Dorian whips through the Bahamas. Here’s how it’s impacting missionaries, members in the area Hurricane Dorian was classified as a category 4 storm as it hovered over the Bahamas on Monday. Record-tying wind speeds on landfall and large amounts of rain have caused severe damage.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What a spontaneous prayer in Colombia taught me about how the Lord blesses us The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is filled with a history of sacrifice and gratitude. This week, while covering President Russell M. Nelson’s Latin America Ministry Tour, I saw a sweet example of gratitude that reminded me of the Tahitian Latter-day Saints’ response to the temple.
Video: Latter-day Saint youth leave an unforgettable impression on Latin America Ministry Tour President Russell M. Nelson, Sister Wendy Nelson and Elder Quentin L. Cook share how they've been impressed with the youth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the Latin America Ministry Tour.
What a mid-mission cancer diagnosis taught this woman about trusting in God and living life to the fullest Escarly Albujar's life took a turn for the worse when doctors found a football-sized tumor in her lungs and she would have to leave her mission immediately. But through treatment, Albujar felt the Lord never abandoned her.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Matt Gay on record field goal, relying on God through his mission and the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Matt Gay talks about his journey to the NFL and how he relies on the Atonement of Jesus Christ during his battle with depression.