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The Church is helping fund a two-year project in rural Tajikistan, working with Catholic relief agency Caritas.

Being prepared both temporally and spiritually helps people face different kinds of disasters.

Elder Soares and Prime Minister of Tonga Siaosi Sovaleni presented each other gifts and discussed collaboration in humanitarian aid, education.

Members participated in 6.3 million hours of volunteer work and 3,692 humanitarian projects in 190 countries and territories.

A statistician and the BYU academic vice president, Reese almost left BYU as a new freshman in 1989; a brief meeting with another BYU president changed the course of his life.

See the Church’s new Easter video “Rise” and stream the Tabernacle Choir’s Easter concert “He Is Risen.”

Since his inauguration in September 2014, BYU has grown and adapted while staying true to its mission.

“Everybody that you love will be blessed because you are serving as an emissary of Jesus Christ,” Elder Cook promises missionaries.

Former MTC choir director joins the podcast to speak about the power of music, the role of music in general conference and sacrament meetings, and the ability of music to testify of Jesus Christ.

BYU President Kevin J Worthen has served for nine years and will complete his time as BYU’s 13th president on May 1.

Almost a half-million people donated at Giving Machines locations around the world.

Four Church members in Colombia, Italy, Hawaii and Las Vegas share how they grew over 30 days.

Elder Soares to preside at Oct. 8 dedication in Yuba City, California’s first temple dedication in nearly 17 years.

Church announces location of the Huehuetenango Guatemala Temple, releases exterior rendering for the Tampa Florida Temple.

A popular Primary song with millions of views on YouTube is the focus of a new Inspirational Message video from the Church.

Tours begin with the March 20 media day, as Church and project leaders talk about the temple’s design and purpose.

Learn about the April 2023 general conference schedule, in-person attendance, ways to watch or listen live, ideas to prepare and how to follow online.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News the week of March 12-18.

Notices of new and reorganized stakes around the world.

Three principles — be just, love mercy and walk in humility with God — are like a road map that can lead toward peace, happiness and harmonious relationships, Lloyd Newell shares in the “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Elder Quentin L. Cook invited missionaries to study “The Morning Breaks,” with lyrics penned by Elder Parley P. Pratt, and consider the urgency early missionaries felt.

President Camille N. Johnson shares about participating in a community baby shower, and President Porter posts about honoring baptismal covenants

While ministering in Cape Verde, Latvia, Lithuania and England, Sister Tracy Y. Browning and Sister Rebecca L. Craven invited all to come unto Christ.

Latter-day Saint Josie Williams was a 3-year starter at Utah Valley University before transferring to Louisville, where she has grown as a player and person.

The Relief Society was organized March 17, 1842.

The public open house will go from Saturday, April 15, through Saturday, July 8, excluding Sundays.

“In what ways has your life been blessed by being a part of this worldwide sisterhood?” asks President Johnson.

Those efforts include extensive reductions in water use and a donation of 20,000 acre-feet of water shares.

These new mission presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.

Anatolii Khromov, the director of Ukraine’s state archival services, and Gonzalo Luengo, a Chilean genealogist, were among the notable visitors at RootsTech 2023.