In the News

The Church News podcast features an interview with President C. Shane Reese on his feelings for BYU, his career and history, and his passion for statistics and Church education.

Of the 133 temples President Nelson has announced in the past 5 and a half years, 7 are dedicated, 4 are scheduled for dedication and 43 are under construction.

On the 200th anniversary of Moroni’s appearance to Joseph Smith, read what the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and three women leaders have said about the coming forth of the Book of Mormon.

Following its Nov. 12 dedication, the house of the Lord in Okinawa will become Japan’s fourth operating temple.

The combined donation to the World Food Programme and UNHCR is in response to the urgent humanitarian crisis.

The Church News podcast features Church Historian and Recorder, Elder Kyle S. McKay, and Keith A. Erekson of the Church History Department.

The women leaders visited several countries in the Pacific this month, focusing on ministering to children and youth.

Elder Neil L. Andersen’s dedication of the Brasília Brazil Temple is the 1st of 3 temple dedications on a historic day for the Church.

Moses Lake Washington Temple was dedicated by Elder Quentin L. Cook and is the Church’s 182nd temple. It is the third of three temples dedicated in historic weekend.

On a day of 3 temple dedications, the Apostle dedicates the new house of the Lord in an area where his family lived in the 1980s and 1990s.

A look at the 3 dedications — in Brasília, Bentonville and Moses Lake — and revisiting past double-dedication days.

Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson spoke at the Indiana Statehouse and took part in the Indy Festival of Faiths during a weekend ministry trip.

Church News reporter Mary Richards reports on the Maui wildfires, sharing the experiences of local leaders and members in their own words.

The sites are for the Lagos Nigeria and Benin City Nigeria temples; the rendering shows updated dates for the renovated Kona Hawaii Temple.

See photographs of Church President Russell M. Nelson marking his landmark 99th birthday at the Church Administration Building.

The house of the Lord is the first of the pioneer-era temples to be completed after President Nelson called for restoration efforts that began in 2019.

The country’s first chapel is on the way, the stake may soon split and more members are receiving temple blessings.

New Church News video “Child of God” features former BYU and UVA head football coach Bronco Mendenhall and his wife, Holly, sharing the things that are most important to them.

The records are the “tangible tracks” of his surgical career, said President Nelson during a special meeting in the Church Administration Building.

During a recent visit to their home in Montana, Sheri Dew asked Bronco and Holly Mendenhall the questions “we all wish we could ask them.”

The temple will close next year for a renovation expected to take about three years.

Apostle welcomes participants to opening events for what will be the Church’s 185th dedicated house of the Lord.

See photos of Elder David A. Bednar touring historic sites in Kirtland, Ohio, with family members and other Church leaders.

“This house was not just any home. It was the home of ... the Prophet of the Restoration,” said Elder David A. Bednar.

This Church News video titled “My Mission Influence” features Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, Elder David A. Bednar, Elder Neil L. Andersen, Elder Gary E. Stevenson and Elder Dale G. Renlund speaking about drawing closer to Jesus Christ as full-time missionaries.

Latter-day Saint and BYU runner Kenneth Rooks finished his remarkable season with a 10th-place finish in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the world track and field championships in Budapest.

Gail Miller, owner of the Larry H. Miller Company, joins the Church News podcast to talk about her family’s philanthropy, her testimony of Jesus Christ and what she has learned by studying the life of Joseph Smith

The house of the Lord comes 100 years after missionaries first taught in the Rio Grande Valley.

Church members in Hawaii mourned the losses from devastating wildfires and looked to the future with hope in the Savior.

A new video by Elder David A. Bednar shows how meetings, ministry preparation, mission assignments and scripture study are all a part of an Apostle’s regular efforts.