How an online tool called ‘Become’ is helping users improve their relationship with Jesus Christ Users can go to, sign up for a free account that is not associated with a Church Account, then select a path or a journey to get started.
What is emotional resilience and how can I develop it? Learn about the Church’s new resource The Emotional Resilience manual includes resources for managing stress and anxiety, understanding sadness and depression, overcoming anger, managing addictive behaviors and building healthy relationships.
Missionaries talking to missionaries: What are they saying about the new online, on-site training program? The Church News recently asked more than a dozen training missionaries to share what they are learning from their online and on-site MTC experiences.
Latter-day Saint who taught missionary lessons in Japan now patrolling the Air Force backfield on the gridiron After stepping away from football to serve a mission to Japan, Ethan Erickson has emerged as one of the defensive stalwarts for the Air Force Academy.
BYU announces major changes to student housing program, effective fall 2022 Starting with the 2022 fall semester, BYU undergraduates will no longer be required to live in BYU on-campus or BYU off-campus contracted housing following their first two semesters.
FamilySearch’s 2.4 million rolls of microfilm are now digitized. Here’s what this milestone means The Genealogical Society of Utah — known today as FamilySearch — began microfilming records in 1938. Now, 83 years later, the entire microfilm collection is available online.
Meet new University of Utah president Taylor Randall — academic freedom guardian, returned missionary and loyal ‘Ute’ University of Utah President Taylor R. Randall, a respected academic and returned missionary, is anxious to strengthen ties between the school and its large Latter-day Saint student body.
9/11 National Day of Service: A look at how some Utah communities gathered to serve Twenty years after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, communities around the state of Utah and the United States gathered to remember the day through service. Did you perform service in honor of 9/11?
Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, day 10: Sitting volleyball team to compete for bronze, plus updates in goalball, archery and swimming Canada's sitting volleyball team, including Payden Vair, to compete for bronze. Plus how USA's goalball team, including Daryl Walker, did in their medal match in day 10 of the Paralympics.
Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 8 & 9: Sitting volleyball and goalball teams to compete for medals, plus updates in swimming, track and discus USA's goalball team is competing for bronze and Canada's sitting volleyball team is going to the semifinals after matches in days 8 and 9 of the Paralympics.
Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 6 & 7: Gold in swimming, plus updates in goalball, track and shot put New Zealand's Tupou Neiufi won gold in swimming, and USA's goalball team, including Daryl Walker, heads to the semifinals, plus updates from the track in days 6 and 7 of the Paralympics.
Church making early assessment of Hurricane Ida’s wrath; missionaries safe Missionaries serving in regions hit by Hurricane Ida reported safe. Meanwhile, local Church leaders are assessing the massive storm's impact on Latter-day Saints and their homes.
Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 4 & 5: Gold in track, silver in wheelchair rugby and making history in swimming Jason Smyth won gold on the track and Josh Wheeler won silver with the USA wheelchair rugby team in days 4 and 5 of the Paralympics.
Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, day 3: Wheelchair rugby, sitting volleyball, goalball, archery and fencing USA's wheelchair rugby team, including Josh Wheeler, head to the semifinals, plus updates in sitting volleyball, goalball, archery and fencing competitions on day 3 of the Paralympics in Tokyo.