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What's next for Latter-day Saints affected by Paradise Camp Fire? Here's what we know so far Spiritual support from neighboring Church members and beyond continues to life the spirits of those impacted by historic blaze.
A firefighter searches for human remains in a trailer park destroyed in the Camp Fire, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, in Paradise, Calif. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Latter-day Saint missionary dies after collapsing at South Africa MTC A young missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died Monday after collapsing at the South Africa Missionary Training Center in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Elder Zane Lamping, 19, of Moapa, Nevada, died Monday, Nov. 26, after collapsing while exercising at the South Africa Missionary Training Center in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Why visiting the lights at Temple Square is more than just a pretty sight Following more than 50 years of tradition, historic Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City once again flooded with light on the evening of Nov. 23, as crowds gathered for the annual Christmas lighting ceremony.
Thousands take in the colors as the lights are turned on at Temple Square in Salt Lake City on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018.
Latter-day Saint wins top chef award in New Orleans national cooking competition Cooking remains a sacred method of bringing together family and loved ones, says lifelong member and 2018 Chef of the Year, Todd Leonard.
Latter-day Saint Todd Leonard was recently named the 2018 National Chef of the Year at the American Culinary Federation national convention in New Orleans.
Golfer Tony Finau feeds 1,000-plus this Thanksgiving, gives perspective on faith, 2018 breakout season Gospel convictions allow Tony Finau to stay positive when things get rough on the golf course — and to stay humble when he's in top form.
PGA golfer Tony Finau poses for a photo at his home in Lehi on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018.
12 months of service: How one family chose to deal with a terminal cancer diagnosis When Annette Ferran first heard the news that her cancer was terminal, she knew she had a decision to make about how to react and how to spend the rest of her time.
Annette Ferran (left) with her two youngest children after assembling the wristbands they used to raise donations for their October service project.
How 220,000 turkeys and the Church's welfare program help thousands of people through the holidays Many Thanksgiving-season patrons of the bishops' storehouses will walk away with a turkey raised on a central Utah welfare facility.
Church agricultural specialist Wade Sperry inspects a brood house filled with young birds at the Church-owned turkey farm near Moroni, Utah.
Here's what Church members are doing after losing their homes to Camp Fire Members from two Paradise wards worship together on first Sunday after the fire. Professional counselors on hand to assist displaced Latter-day Saints of all ages.
Charred exterior walls are all that remain standing at the Paradise 1st Ward meetinghouse in Paradise, California, following a massive Nov. 8, 2018, wildfire.
How one couple found strength in each other, even as the husband left the Church After nine years of marriage and four daughters, the oldest of whom was preparing for baptism, Brandon and Rebecca faced a challenge they had never expected.
Screenshot of Mormon Channel video that features the story of Brandon and Rebecca. The couple shared their experiences about when Brandon lost his faith in the Church and how they worked through it.
This man waited 25 years to receive the priesthood. Here's how he changed a community Harry Bailey was one of the only African American members of the Church in Safford, Arizona. Here's how his example of faith and patience shaped the lives of an entire community.
From left: Eldon Smith, who baptized Harry Bailey Jr. in 1953, and Harry with Irval Mortensen.
The most important lessons 4 women learned from doing President Nelson's social media challenge Deloras Collins had been watching general conference all day when she stepped away during the women's session to give her son a ride.
Women gather outside before the start of the general women's session of the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held in the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City on Oct. 6, 2018.
Trading BYU jerseys for Helping Hands vests: Former athletes tackle Hurricane Florence cleanup Married athletes Mitch and Madie Mathews find joy serving strangers whose homes were severely damaged by Hurricane Florence.
Madie and Mitch Mathews left their Georgia home to spend a weekend working with a Church-sponsored Helping Hands crew in Wilmington, North Carolina, following Hurricane Florence.
Where 69 couples will serve in temples around the globe and how they've been prepared for their call This year's temple presidents' seminar was the largest ever conducted, with 39 couples assigned to temples in North America, 12 to South America, eight to Europe, four to the Oceania/Pacific area and three each in Asia and Africa.
Joined by select members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, General Authority Seventies, Temple Department leaders and their wives, the 69 couples attending the 2018 Seminar for New Temple Presidents and Matrons gather for a group photo in the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
What I know now that I didn't know before President Nelson's Book of Mormon challenge One of the things I like to do with anything I read is ask why the authors wrote what they did, and ask for whom they wrote it.
Sister Valerie Johnson, a missionary in the Florida Jacksonville Mission from March 2013-September 2014, poses for a photo with a pamphlet in Waycross, Georgia.
Jay Evensen: What the 'biggest' news from October 2018 general conference really was Several weeks ago, after writing about the persistent drought in the Western United States, I got an email from a reader who said he had a solution: Keep the Sabbath holy.
President Russell M. Nelson waves to attendees with his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, after the Sunday morning session of the 188th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.
How one bishop's idea to plant tomatoes blessed a rural Utah community On a September Saturday morning, Bishop Rodney J. Ward stood in the small community center kitchen and cranked a juicer, filling a pan with tomato juice. Red stains striped his shirt.
Youth and leaders in the Howell Ward gather tomatoes as part of a harvest and canning project in Plain City, Utah, on Sept. 5, 2018.