Podcast

Episode 41: Latter-day Saint women leaders on the voice of women in the Church through executive councils, revelation Listen to clips from interviews with Primary General President Camille N. Johnson, Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon and Relief Society General President Jean B. Bingham about participating in Church executive councils.
Episode 40: President M. Russell Ballard and three other Apostles on why and how the Church is governed by councils President M. Russell Ballard, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Elder David A. Bednar and Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles explain why and how the Church is governed by councils.
Episode 39: Latter-day Saint athletes who showcase discipline and persistence, with Church News reporter Jason Swensen Church News senior reporter Jason Swensen shares the one trait he has observed in Latter-day Saint athletes as they work to conquer their goals.
Episode 38: Jennie Taylor discusses ‘infuriating unfairness’ and heaven’s compensatory blessings after her husband’s death in Afghanistan Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor who was killed in Afghanistan, shares about revelation, patriotism and moving forward with faith despite life's trials.
Episode 37: Sister Aburto on mental, emotional health and the power of turning to the Savior for comfort Sister Reyna I. Aburto of the Relief Society general presidency shares about mental and emotional health and the power of turning to the Savior for comfort in this week's Church News podcast.
Episode 36: How to make the most of your golden years, according to this BYU associate professor In Episode 36 of the Church News podcast, Norman C. Hill shares “keys to growing older without getting old” while leaning on gospel principles of faith, service and compassion.
Episode 35: President Steven J. Lund and President Bonnie H. Cordon on reengaging in the Children and Youth program post-pandemic President Steven J. Lund and President Bonnie H. Cordon join this episode of the Church News podcast to discuss reintegrating the Children and Youth program into our homes, worship, service and social activities.
Episode 34: Church historian Richard Turley and filmmaker Mauli Junior Bonner on the importance of early Black pioneers On the 43rd anniversary of the revelation on the priesthood, former Church historian Richard Turley and filmmaker Mauli Junior Bonner talk about lessons from early Black pioneer members.
Episode 33: Church Historian Kate Holbrook on what we can learn from the early Saints in Nauvoo Days after Elder Quentin L. Cook dedicated the Temple District of Nauvoo, Kate Holbrook joins the Church News podcast to talk about the early Latter-day Saints in Nauvoo and what they experienced along the muddy banks of the Mississippi River.
Episode 32: Get to know the new Primary general presidency and learn what they know now after serving in their new calling This episode of the Church News podcast features Primary General President Camille N. Johnson and her counselors, Sister Susan H. Porter and Sister Amy A. Wright. They talk what it is like to be called and sustained as a general officer, and what they love about Primary.
Episode 31: Finding increased joy, healing and protection through family history, with Church News reporter Sydney Walker In this podcast episode, Church News reporter Sydney Walker shares the stories of many Latter-day Saints who have experienced the healing power of family history.
Episode 30: Elder Craig C. Christensen discusses directing the work of the Church’s Utah Area during the COVID-19 pandemic Utah Area president discusses serving the large number of Latter-day Saints who live in Utah and the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic
Episode 28: Elder Uchtdorf discusses how to incorporate pandemic lessons, move ‘back to the future’ of missionary work Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf discusses missionary work, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resilient and enthusiastic missionaries who continue to move the work forward in this episode of the Church News podcast.
Episode 26: Elder Cook on how revelation prepared the Church for COVID-19, will be significant going forward Elder Quentin L. Cook explains how recent inspired efforts now form an interlocking pattern of strength that continues to sustain and support members facing the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Episode 23: Protection from pornography — Licensed therapist offers 5 action points for parents and hope for healing Licensed marriage and family therapist Jill Manning discusses lighting the way to protect homes and families from the darkness of pornography.
Episode 22: ‘Charity Never Faileth’ even in a pandemic — President Bingham celebrates 179 years of Relief Society This episode of the Church News podcast, released during Women’s History Month, features Relief Society General President Jean B. Bingham.
Episode 20: Former editor Gerry Avant shares memories of the Church News as the publication celebrates 90 years In Episode 20 of the Church News podcast, former editor Gerry Avant talks about the 90-year history of the publication and her 48-year career.
Episode 19: Director of Church History on connecting to the people in the Doctrine and Covenants In Episode 19 of the Church News podcast, Matthew J. Grow, managing director of the Church History Department, discusses Church history and studying the Doctrine and Covenants. The Doctrine and Covenants is a book of answers, so study of the book helps provide the questions, he says.
Episode 18: An inside look at RootsTech Connect 2021 with Elder Kevin S. Hamilton and FamilySearch CEO Steve Rockwood In Episode 18 of the Church News podcast, Elder Kevin S. Hamilton and FamilySearch CEO Steve Rockwood talk about the upcoming RootsTech Connect Feb. 25-27.