How 5 service missionaries from one family have made an impact in their Arizona community “Service missionaries are missionaries,” Elder Jonathan S. Schmitt said. “Missionaries are missionaries. … The Lord loves them and honors them and is grateful for them.”
Update: 44 members shelter in meetinghouse from volcano on island of St. Vincent As eruptions continued from La Soufriere volcano Tuesday, nearly four dozen members of the Church are sheltering at a meetinghouse on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent.
General conference on Easter: What it means to Church members across the globe to hear messages about the Savior Latter-day Saints from across the globe share their thoughts about the opportunity to listen to the Lord’s Prophets and Apostles on a day set aside to honor the Savior.
Aftermath of Alabama tornadoes: Members, missionaries and community help in initial cleanup efforts "That’s how Alabama is — people just band together and go to work," said Birmingham Alabama Stake President Barry R. Sadler following Thursday's deadly tornadoes.
Heavy rains cause flooding at BYU–Hawaii; Laie temple not impacted After heavy rains deluged the Hawaiian islands March 8-9, BYU–Hawaii spokesperson Laura Tevaga expressed gratitude for the safety of the school during the flooding. “We were very fortunate with this storm.”
Learn more about the Church’s disability resources for individuals, families and leaders The sections on share information and resources for a variety of disabilities to provide hope and faith.
Church’s far-reaching donation helps ease weather-related suffering in Texas and beyond The Church's massive shipment of food, water and other provisions helped supplement ongoing local ministering efforts across Texas and other regions affected by recent extreme winter weather.
What youth and young adults learned in a #QuestforConnection during RootsTech Connect Elder David A. Bednar, Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon and Young Men General President Steven J. Lund participated in the "Our Quest for Connection" wrap-up event on Feb. 27.
BYU releases findings from its diversity and equity survey designed to ‘root out’ racism on campus Survey conducted by Church-owned school's Committee on Race, Equity & Belonging includes data from tens of thousands of respondents in an effort to build bridges of understanding across campus.