How service missionaries are continuing to serve despite the challenges of COVID-19 Many service missionaries' assignments have been affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Here are stories of three missionaries who are making the most of their service.
Latter-day Saints offering hope, volunteer muscle after ‘derecho’ storm battered Midwest Effects of a disastrous storm across the Midwest are still being felt by members and their neighbors in Cedar Rapids and beyond. The Church and its partners are offering temporal and spiritual aid.
Missionary Database, Pioneer Database to consolidate into single platform With a new update, the Missionary Database is now easier to navigate and features more resources to help with research. The updated database will soon be integrated with the Pioneer Database and other Church history databases to provide users more complete information in one place.
Two sister missionaries recovering in Houston hospital following stabbings in apartment break-in “The young women were taken to the hospital and are expected to recover, ” said Church spokesman Daniel Woodruff. “We sincerely pray for them and their families as they deal with and heal from this ordeal."
Why you should participate in the 12th International Art Competition — even if you’re not a professional artist Latter-day Saint artists are invited to participate in the Church History Museum's 12th International Art Competition. The theme is “All Are Alike unto God” and the submission period will be open from Feb. 1–June 1, 2021.
Latter-day Saint coaches will be on opposing sidelines at upcoming BYU-Navy gridiron matchup Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and Brigham Young University head coach Kalani Sitake will square off on Sept. 7. These Latter-day Saint coaches share much in common.
How one tractor-driving service missionary learned the Lord was aware of him Driving a tractor at a Church welfare farm as a service missionary was not what Elder Mill envisioned when he was called to a proselyting mission in 2019. Now he's grateful for the reassignment.
Hurricane Isaias update: Latter-day Saints on East Coast endure high winds, rain, power outages Gospel-anchored principles such as planning and ministering are proving invaluable in the aftermath of the storm, said Stafford Branch President Ray Barton in New Jersey.
3 Latter-day Saint women receive prestigious Gates Cambridge scholarship Three Latter-day Saint women were awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. They are among the approximate 25 other American students to receive the award.
Charleston stake helps feed local families by partnering with public agencies Some 1,000 free food boxes were distributed to needy families and individuals in the cities of Charleston and North Charleston on Saturday, July 11 thanks to a partnership between the Church and local public agencies.
Church members now have free access to Filae, a French records site Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now have free access to a premium subscription with Filae, a genealogical website with historical records from France and a FamilySearch partner.
Learn about resources to support parents with the Children and Youth program “Supporting Your Child’s Growth” features articles about building good relationships, helping children with their program goals and teaching the gospel in the home.