What a Houston community is doing to restore abandoned Black cemeteries — and how Latter-day Saints are helping The project is more than pruning and trimming trees and restoring broken headstones — it's about finding the lost stories of those buried in abandoned cemeteries.
Sister missionary dies in Switzerland hiking accident Sister Annabelle Nielsen, 20, of Highland, Utah, died in a hiking accident in Switzerland on Oct. 13. She was serving in the Alpine German-Speaking Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Candy Bomber is turning 100. Here’s a look at why this WWII hero is still smiling and kneeling for nightly prayer Latter-day Saint Gail Halvorsen, known to many as the "Candy Bomber," will turn 100 years old on Oct. 10. He still makes a point of kneeling to say his bedtime prayers.
How Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra members are ‘keeping fit’ during pandemic hiatus Despite being unable to perform together, members of the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are staying sharp while anticipating a joyful, eventual reunion.
What 21 days of family connection can do for you — no matter what stage of life you’re in In honor of Family History Month, the Connections Experiment is launching its second 21-day group experiment Oct. 1-21. Here's what previous participants learned about family history.
Operation Firewood Rescue: How tragedy on the Wasatch Front became a blessing for the Navajo Nation When hurricane winds destroyed parks and trees along the Wasatch Front, community members banded together to gather wood to donate to the Navajo Nation during an acute time of need.
Philippines Interfaith Family Forum highlights importance of building bridges during difficult times This year marks the 28th National Family Week for the Philippines, and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints there are celebrating throughout the week of Sept. 21-27 with the theme #BFF: Building Forever Families.
Post-fire ministering in Oregon focuses on 60 member homes destroyed, 356 families from 1 ward displaced A fire streaking right through the center of four cities was an unimagined horror, but that’s what the Almeda Fire did. Latter-day Saints from the Bear Creek Cooridor spent Sept. 8 on the run.
Latter-day Saints enthused to return to traditional Sabbath worship following First Presidency and area guidelines A week after the First Presidency approved the resumption of weekly sacrament meetings, Latter-day Saints worldwide are reporting that they expect a measured return to traditional Sabbath worship, in accordance with local regulations.
Tri-state Helping Hands response arriving this weekend after Hurricane Sally deluges U.S. Gulf Coast On the unwelcome 16th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, a rain-producing Hurricane Sally is flooding the Gulf Coast region. Church members and missionaries have been reported as safe.