How missionaries in Ecuador are finding ‘new and more creative ways’ to teach amid COVID-19 challenges “Many of our missionaries are busier than ever. Many are teaching more people than ever," Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf said. Here's how missionaries in Ecuador are proving this is true.
Shelby Hintze: COVID-19 is a unique service opportunity "The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most unique service opportunities we've seen in our lifetimes. ... But for the most part, we don't see the direct results of our actions. And I think that's why we are struggling," writes Church member Shelby Hintze.
How the new Become app can help you grow closer to God with simple daily actions The purpose of the Become app, recently launched by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is to help people “become better acquainted with God through personal experience," Elder Marcus B. Nash said.
Floridian Latter-day Saints prepare for Hurricane Eta’s return, Typhoon Goni relief efforts continue in Philippines The seemingly endless series of storms in the Atlantic's 2020 hurricane season continues with Hurricane Eta. Here's an update on the Church members and missionaries in the affected areas.
Update on hymnbook revision: Latter-day Saints from 66 countries submitted more than 16,000 original songs Members of the Church from 66 countries shared nearly 50,000 suggestions and more than 16,000 original hymns, songs and texts. But the revised music collections are still years away from being released.
How the updated referral experience helps connect your friends with missionaries No matter where your friend lives, once you submit a name to the missionaries, you can be part of the experience and participate in missionary lessons through phone or video chat.
What a Houston community is doing to restore abandoned Black cemeteries — and how Latter-day Saints are helping The project is more than pruning and trimming trees and restoring broken headstones — it's about finding the lost stories of those buried in abandoned cemeteries.