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“This temple has been renewed,” said President Russell M. Nelson after rededicating the renovated Washington D.C. Temple.

Traveling for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, President Nelson said that it is wonderful to be among the people again.

The latest announced Latter-day Saint temple locations in those three northern Mountain States are Missoula, Montana; Montpelier, Idaho; and Cody, Wyoming.

Local Latter-day Saints rejoice for the Sunday, Aug. 14, rededication of the iconic Washington D.C. Temple by President Russell M. Nelson.

Four new stakes have been created and nine more were reorganized.

A joint project renovated a 50-year-old water system in a village on the island of Tahiti.

Whatever a person’s talents may be, they rarely come fully developed. Talents grow because a person is willing to keep trying, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The Gospel for Kids YouTube channel features simple drawing lessons and rock art related to Old Testament stories in “Come, Follow Me.”

Elder Kyle S. McKay began serving as the Church historian and recorder on Aug. 1 and has been the assistant executive director for the past three years.

The Church News chronicles the historic events connected to the renovation and rededication of the Washington D.C. Temple

President Russell M. Nelson: “Temples are a crowning part of the Restoration of the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

Church leaders shared personal testimonies and invited others to do the same.

Born Aug. 12, 1932, President Dallin H. Oaks has served as an Apostle since 1984 and in the First Presidency since 2018.

President Russell M. Nelson will rededicate the Washington D.C. Temple on Sunday. Here are the connections senior Latter-day Saint leaders have to the iconic edifice.

BYU Speeches publishes Inspiring Short of Sister Dew’s 2003 talk “You Were Born to Lead.”

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

Donated rainwater harvesting systems and backyard gardens will help families be more self-reliant.

Looking back on nine decades, President Oaks recalls his youth, education, career and service in the Church of Jesus Christ.

The renovated Hamilton temple will host a public open house beginning Friday, Aug. 26.

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

Tithing declaration interviews can now begin as early as Sept. 1, according to a First Presidency letter dated Aug. 11.

The award-winning author, historian and narrator died on Sunday, Aug. 7, at age 89.

People immediately began replying to the Prophet’s question, “How are you taking charge of your testimony?”

Elder Caleb Wood serves despite health challenges and his volunteer work has been recognized with a major award.

Earlier this month, President Nelson invited “to take charge of your testimony of Jesus Christ.” Now, he wants to know how people are strengthening their testimonies.

Journey of Faith includes records from 9 collections — the first time FamilySearch has pulled this many Church databases into one place.

The first counselor in the First Presidency spoke about his youth and family life, unexpected tragedies, and the blessings of Church service.

A months-long food donation drive kicked off in a village in the area of Addis Ababa.

In part 3 of a three-part series, President Oaks spoke about the importance of religious freedom during an interview at the Rome Temple Visitors’ Center.