Philippines Interfaith Family Forum highlights importance of building bridges during difficult times This year marks the 28th National Family Week for the Philippines, and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints there are celebrating throughout the week of Sept. 21-27 with the theme #BFF: Building Forever Families.
Post-fire ministering in Oregon focuses on 60 member homes destroyed, 356 families from 1 ward displaced A fire streaking right through the center of four cities was an unimagined horror, but that’s what the Almeda Fire did. Latter-day Saints from the Bear Creek Cooridor spent Sept. 8 on the run.
Latter-day Saints enthused to return to traditional Sabbath worship following First Presidency and area guidelines A week after the First Presidency approved the resumption of weekly sacrament meetings, Latter-day Saints worldwide are reporting that they expect a measured return to traditional Sabbath worship, in accordance with local regulations.
Tri-state Helping Hands response arriving this weekend after Hurricane Sally deluges U.S. Gulf Coast On the unwelcome 16th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, a rain-producing Hurricane Sally is flooding the Gulf Coast region. Church members and missionaries have been reported as safe.
Digitized records of Mayflower descendants now available on FamilySearch and Are you a Mayflower descendant? In honor of the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's voyage, FamilySearch announced that digitized records of Mayflower descendants are now available online.
Tabernacle Choir celebrates 110th anniversary of maiden recording, premieres Star Wars video The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square commemorated the 110th anniversary of its first recording, released a new Star Wars music video and announced 2020 Christmas offerings on Thursday, Sept. 10.
How the Scripture Citation Index can help improve your gospel study The Scripture Citation Index allows users to search for a scripture and find general conference talks citing that specific verse. Mosiah 3:19 in the Book of Mormon, for example, has been cited 135 times in general conference since 1942.
Why football fans may be surprised to discover many connections between BYU and Navy Nationally televised Labor Day game featuring [email protected] will include a pair of returned missionaries — Kalani Sitake and Ken Niumatalolo — commanding each sideline.
LDS Business College becomes Ensign College — Why it’s about more than just the name change On Sept. 1, the 134-year-old LDS Business College officially becomes Ensign College. Here's why President Bruce Kusch believes the transition is more significant than simply changing the name.
How BYU-Pathway Worldwide is becoming one of the most valuable education opportunities for returned missionaries With an easy application process, tuition discounts and an entirely online-based program, BYU-Pathway Worldwide is proving to be an increasingly valuable experience for young returned missionaries.
Hurricane Laura update: Relief efforts underway, 5 members’ homes in Lake Charles destroyed “The primary focus this weekend is to supply 400-500 volunteers from outlying stakes to help as people begin to return from their evacuation sites," said Richard Long, the Welfare and Self-Reliance Manager for the Church’s North America Southeast Area.