Elder Tad R. Callister: Joseph Smith’s name should be known for good and evilJoseph Smith's name is known for good and evil throughout the world exactly as Moroni prophesied, Elder Callister wrote. "May we be among the wise and noble and virtuous who honor and praise the name of Joseph Smith for good."
How Doctrine and Covenants 4 shows the importance of principles over structure in the ongoing Restoration of the ChurchMissionary work — or “ministering to all,” as Elder Uchtdorf said — was and continues to be one of the key foundational principles of the gospel. The structure of the Church supports this principle.
Church Historian and Recorder speaks on significance of First Vision at Huntington Library conferenceDrawing on its vast catalog of Church history materials, the Huntington hosted “The First Vision of Joseph Smith, Jr.: 200 Years On” — a two-day conference commemorating the bicentennial of Joseph Smith’s First Vision.
How ‘small and simple things’ prepared America for the Restoration of the gospel, according to President BallardSpeaking during the BYU–Idaho fall commencement on Dec. 18, President M. Russell Ballard testified of the small and simple miracles that occurred to make possible the founding of the United States and the Restoration of the gospel.