Summer youth activities are making a comeback, and Young Men, Young Women general leaders want them to be a priority After a pandemic year, wards and stakes are resuming in-person summer youth activities. Here's what the Young Women and Young Men general leaders say about these important experiences.
Expanded online opportunities have created silver linings for Seminaries and Institutes during the pandemic “We’re going to try to take the lessons from the pandemic and learn all we can to make seminary and institute more accessible, and then to make it as meaningful of an experience as we can,” said Chad H. Webb, the Church's Seminaries and Institutes administrator.
How 2 former mission companions from Finland continue to share the gospel together more than 40 years later Former mission companions Ismo Määttä and Ville Kervinen continue to gather Israel together on both sides of the veil in their callings as the Helsinki Finland Temple president and the Finland Helsinki Mission president.
A survivor’s victory: Brussels bombing victim Mason Wells graduates from the U.S. Naval Academy U.S. Navy Ensign Mason Wells has navigated headlong through dark, violent storms. But he moves forward — propelled by tenacious hope, the love of his future bride and his family and the prayers of friends, fellow missionaries and strangers.
What jiapu is and why it matters — even if you’re not Chinese Partnering with the Shanghai Library, the National Library of China and other libraries in China, FamilySearch is acquiring more jiapu to help those with Chinese ancestry piece together their family history.
Latter-day Saint youth in Virginia create piece of art representing 10,000 acts of service Anyone who sees the art piece will be inspired, Bishop David Tenny said, because it will remind them of the words of King Benjamin: “that when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God” (Mosiah 2:17).
How the Addiction Recovery Program is helping people find Christ and connection Learn more about the Addiction Recovery Program, which helps those interested in working toward overcoming addiction or compulsive behavior have hope that recovery is possible.
Latter-day Saints in the NBA: Sam Merrill, Elijah Bryant and Jabari Parker ready for postseason Church members Sam Merrill and Elijah Bryant will be suiting up for the Milwaukee Bucks and Jabari Parker for the Boston Celtics when the NBA playoffs begin.
President and Sister Checketts of the London England Mission reflect on reimagining missionary work during the pandemic Similar to other missions worldwide, missionaries in the England London Mission found themselves quarantined in their apartments and forced to reimagine missionary work.
Brazilian emeritus General Authority Seventy Elder Athos Amorim dies at age 88 In addition to being a General Authority, Elder Amorim and his wife served as president and companion of the Brazil Fortaleza Mission and as president and matron of the São Paulo Brazil Temple.
Sister Joyce Sonnenberg, wife of General Authority Seventy Elder John Sonnenberg, dies at age 96 Sister Sonnenberg served with her husband as he was called to be a General Authority and as the matron of the Hamilton New Zealand Temple from 1990 to 1992.