New MTC leaders learn how their focused roles differ from having presided over a mission At the recent MTC Leadership Seminar in Provo, six couples of new MTC presidents and companions met with the managers of their MTCs and learned how MTC leadership differs from mission leadership.
How the annual mission tours and interactions impact missionaries and mission leadership couples Most Latter-day Saints around the world know little about the Church assignments known as mission tours. Here's a look at how these assignments impact the missionaries, the mission leadership couple and the visiting leaders.
Mission tours: What most Latter-day Saints don’t know about the hundreds of such events conducted worldwide each year What are mission tours and why are they important for the Church's worldwide missionary force? Here's a look the purpose, planning and processes for the hundreds of mission tours conducted each year.
Situation remains seismic and ‘desperate’ for Latter-day Saints in southern Puerto Rico Latter-day Saints continue to serve one another as Church provides food, shelter materials and other provisions in Caribbean island for those displaced by quakes.
How this Latter-day Saint submarine officer finds gospel light deep under the sea U.S. Navy Commander Kelly Laing has relied upon prayer, scripture study and covenants to sustain him during long submarine deployments away from family, fellow Church members.
How to make 2020 ‘a year of powerful scripture study unlike any other’ The Sunday School general presidency shares what Church members have learned after a year of "Come, Follow Me" and how to get the most out of studying the Book of Mormon in 2020.
This former teacher didn’t want to waste his retirement years. Here’s how he is improving education in Guatemala After retiring from full-time work early, Kenneth Grover wanted to find a way to give back to the community that had blessed his life. Here's a look at how he is using his retirement years to bless communities in Guatemala.
Missionaries and members reported safe in aftermath of Typhoon Phanfone Typhoon Phanfone (Ursula) hit the Philippines on Christmas Eve. Although the damages to the area have been extensive, the Area Presidency reported Friday that missionaries and members are safe and accounted for.
Why 2019 had a ‘laser-like focus’ on children and youth A look back at how the changes and events in 2019 impacting children and youth set the groundwork for the new Children and Youth program and are part of President Nelson's invitation to "gather Israel."
Christmas at the Provo MTC: How 1,223 missionaries celebrated the holiday while away from home The Provo MTC combines planning and adjustments to provide a memorable Christmas for missionaries away from home for the holidays while trying to help free up employees and volunteers to spend as much of Christmas Day with their own families.
How a Latter-day Saint circus performer and mother of 2 is living her faith Cassie Sandou has performed all over the world with the Sandou Trio Russian Bar Act. The group was featured in the film "The Greatest Showman" and can be seen on the second season of "America's Got Talent: Champions," which airs in January.
Learn what the Church teaches about specific issues and events with updated Gospel Topics The Church has published more than 250 Gospel Topics to help members learn what the Church teaches about specific gospel principles, Church history events, and social or moral issues facing members today.
Why Saturday’s storied Army-Navy game won’t be Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo’s most important event of the week Following a disappointing 2018 campaign, Navy Coach/Annapolis stake president Ken Niumatalolo has guided the Midshipman to a historic bounce-back season.