The Tabernacle Choir Philippines Tour begins with youth performing traditional dances. This is the second stop on the "Hope" tour and the choir's first time in the Philippines.

The stake president called the new branch an important milestone for the islands off the coast of Africa.

Elder Clark G. Gilbert joins the Church News podcast to talk about Church education and the “three Gs” he experienced during a recent trip to Africa — gathering, gratitude, grace.

The Brayton meetinghouse is making way for a resized, reconstructed and relocated Anchorage Alaska Temple.

Six years ago, Latter-day Saint missionaries started a weekly interfaith devotional to give sailors a spiritual boost at Naval Station Newport in Rhode Island. Since then the event has grown and continued to bless lives.

Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren and his wife, first lady Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren, visited Temple Square on Feb. 15

Donations, service projects and efforts follows the teachings of Jesus Christ.

In the Church News video, “Eternal Love,” see images of every member of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife.

Reporter Christine Rappleye talks about the Tabernacle Choir and temple dedications, being a single adult and serving in the Church.

“They just love each other, and they love the Lord. That is the miracle I see,” Elder Ronald A. Rasband said after he met Lahaina Latter-day Saints in Maui.

Six months after deadly fires destroyed a whole town, survivors talk about the miracles they have seen since the Lahaina tragedy and how they have changed.

This Church News video “Remember” features photos of the late President M. Russell Ballard at Nauvoo, Carthage and Kirtland recording experiences for RootsTech’s 2024 Family Discovery Day.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints organized a service day to commemorate a decade of service with the World Food Programme and World Food Program USA

First counselor in the Relief Society general presidency invited missionaries to study, understand the power of God to change lives.

This episode of the Church News podcast explores what to expect at RootsTech 2024 plus behind-the-scenes insights from filming President M. Russell Ballard before his death.

The house of the Lord is one of Mexico’s 24 total temples dedicated and operating, under construction, or announced and in planning.

Burley’s Gatlin Bair is the biggest recruit in Idaho history, and will soon decide where he will play. Then he plans to spend his next two years as a Latter-day Saint missionary in Texas.

BYU, BYU–Idaho, BYU–Hawaii, Ensign College, BYU–Pathway Worldwide and 15 institutes of religion hosted Date Night events to help “reset the culture of dating.”

The Church of Jesus Christ helped transform vision into reality with a new training center for nurses and midwives in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.

The Church News podcast focuses on BYU women’s soccer, which completed the 2023 season with an overall record of 20-3-3, going undefeated in Big 12 conference play.

Eboo Patel, an interfaith leader and practicing Muslim, quoted President Russell M. Nelson while speaking at a Jan. 28 devotional.

The second house of the Lord in St. George, Utah, begins its open-house phase with media day Monday, Jan. 29.

“Let me encourage all of you to not say ‘what if’ or ‘would have’ or ‘should have’ or ‘could have.’ Faith always points forward,” he tells grieving teens after accident.

Church video series includes murals based on personal experiences that led to strengthened faith in the Savior.

Bergdís Ellertsdóttir, Iceland ambassador; and Ulugbek Lapasov, permanent representative of Uzbekistan, met with President Russell M. Nelson this past week.

Elder Ulisses Soares became the first Latter-day Saint Apostle to visit Antigua and Barbuda when he visited the twin-island nation with other Church leaders in November.

Listen to excerpts from classic BYU devotional and forum addresses in this Church News podcast, which explores the history of BYU’s collection.

The new temple, located just off Interstate 15 and near Utah Valley University, was dedicated in two sessions Sunday, Jan. 21.

In his first assignment outside of Utah since his illness last year, President Jeffrey R. Holland emphasized, “This is the work of Almighty God in the lives of His children.”

Find out more about the integration and read about young service missionaries’ experiences serving as the Savior would.