First Presidency releases new general handbook for Church leaders, members The new principle-based handbook, titled “General Handbook: Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" is now available online and in the Gospel Library app.
The Gospel Living app was just released. Here’s what Elder Gong and the general officers want you to know The Gospel Living app — a new mobile experience for youth demonstrated by Elder Gong during the November Face to Face event for Children and Youth — was launched globally on Feb. 12 in English and several additional languages.
New Church History Museum exhibit helps children experience the power of the temple Designed for children ages 1-11, the new "Temples Dot the Earth" exhibit features 25 interactive activities to help them learn more about the House of the Lord. The exhibit opens on Feb. 13.
President Bingham emphasizes Relief Society’s importance in Philippines Area fight against malnutrition Saints in the Toledo Philippines District kick-off the first stages of a new nutrition program for their area with the help of President Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society general president.
How one stake in the Philippines is improving the health of children with the help of ministering Following a directive from the First Presidency to respond to ongoing problems of malnutrition around the world, members in the Philippines are utilizing the power of ministry to help improve the health of their children.
Latter-day Saint evacuees from Taal Volcano return to damaged homes, ash-covered streets As Latter-day Saints forced to evacuate from the Taal Volcano begin returning to their homes, they share stories of the faith building experiences from their three-week stay at Church evacuation centers.
10 years after quake, faith remains the foundation of this Haitian Latter-day Saint’s life Jean Rossely and Nadege Bernard lost everything they owned in the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010 — but their faith in Christ has sustained them in the decade since the disaster.
Clayton Christensen, former Area Seventy and guru of disruptive innovation, dies at 67 Born in the Rose Park area in Salt Lake City, Clayton Christensen as a child read the World Book Encyclopedia from A to Z. He served as a missionary in Korea for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1971 to 1973 and later served as a bishop and Area Seventy.