In the News

Offers to play came from far and wide, but instead he accepted the call to serve in Norway.

In the second video of a series titled “Five Years of Leadership,’ President Nelson speaks to the NAACP, reflects on Washington, D.C. and discusses the Church’s COVID-19 response.

This Church News video, titled “Five Years of Leadership,” features a few favorite moments captured by the Church News during President Nelson’s historic ministry.

Historic photos in 2022 include announcements, dedication of temples, humanitarian work and the ministries by general authorities and officers.

This Church News video features response of guests participating in 2022 Tabernacle Choir Christmas concert.

President Ballard shares how the missionary guide was created and its impact today.

“Helping others and reaching out to the people in need is really at the heart of the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Bishop Gérald Caussé.

The Presiding Bishopric talks about how Latter-day Saint temples are identified, designed and constructed.

President Ballard testifies of First Vision, Book of Mormon in “Our Message” video.

The painting by Maynard Dixon hangs in President Oaks’ office in the Church Administration Building as an important reminder.

President M. Russell Ballard said women have the “most important voice that a bishop can hear” when counseling about the needs of a ward.

“The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and … the First Presidency will always guide this Church in the direction it should go,” President Ballard said in “Guiding the Church” video.

“It thrills me to see it now just more beautiful than it’s ever been,” says local resident Meg Pratt of the Washington D.C. Temple.

Religious leaders from New York City see how the Church of Jesus Christ shares what it has with those in need

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland share how they helped each other while serving as president of BYU and counselor in the Young Women general presidency, respectively.

“If the maypole is the gospel, then everything else weaves around and becomes part of that configuration,” Elder Holland said.

“We will always be for religious liberty, and we want it for everybody,” says Elder Quentin L. Cook in a Church News video titled “A Righteous Motive.”

“I am a product of the teaching of women,” said President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency, in a new Church News video.

President Dallin H. Oaks recalled attending the dedication of the Rome temple with other senior Church leaders.

President Nelson, Elder Cook and Sister Wright share their experiences during the Washington D.C. Temple rededication

President Russell M. Nelson spoke about temples during an interview in the Washington D.C. Temple Visitors’ Center.

President Dallin H. Oaks speaks about his youth, education, legal career and calling as an Apostle of Jesus Christ.

President Oaks calls for “a global effort to defend and advance the religious freedom of all the children of God.”

Those who enjoy religious freedom should think about the circumstances of people who don’t enjoy religious liberty, said President Dallin H. Oaks.

The Joel Nafuma Refugee Center — located in the American Episcopal Church’s St. Paul’s Within the Walls building in Rome, Italy — serves refugees with the help of partners like The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Attending a session of the Washington D.C. Temple open house for social media influencers, Batchlor Johnson IV spoke to the Church News about his testimony of the Church of Jesus Christ.

This Church News video, titled “Two Communities,” features Bob Abrams along with Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Elder Quentin L. Cook speaking about friendship.

This Church News video, produced in partnership with Ensign Peak Foundation and titled “Foundations,” highlights a new monument, built to honor Joseph Smith’s forefathers and Topsfield’s significant history.

A new Church News video, titled, “The Quiet of the Temple,” highlights Sister Sharon Eubank and Sister Reyna I. Aburto talking about the peace found inside the Washington D.C. Temple.

Church leaders discuss covenants and ordinances and the journey to the Lord’s temples. ‘We’re always trying to be better,” they say.