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This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s writings on dissension, adoption and the fruits of the Spirit.

President Russell M. Nelson on the 200th anniversary of Moroni visiting Joseph Smith; temple dedications in Brasília, Bentonville and Moses Lake; plus seven stories from the Church News the week of Sept. 17-23.

From a concert and a dance to a devotional given by an Apostle, young single adults in Utah had plenty to enjoy throughout the month of August.

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.

Women around the world answered Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson’s question on how they stay aligned with the Savior.

People’s lives are much like a garden — they need daily care and keeping. A daily personal check-in gives a chance to see how they’re doing and where they’re going, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Editors, historians and scholars reflected on decades of painstaking research, writing, editing and publishing, at the Joseph Smith Papers Conference.

President Nelson commemorates the 200th anniversary of angel Moroni visiting the Prophet Joseph Smith; three temples dedicated on the same day.

“Tuya Es La Gloria” is the fourth video collaboration with the Tabernacle Choir and the Piano Guys. The others include the folk hymn “Wayfaring Stranger” and an organ-piano duet of “Waterfall.”

Sister J. Anette Dennis and Sister Tracy Y. Browning met with members and missionaries, and took part in humanitarian outreach during a 10-day Brazil ministry.

Elder Gary E. Stevenson is the first Apostle to ministry in Iceland in over 20 years.

A “synergy” results when bringing missionaries, Church leaders together, says Elder Nash, Missionary Department executive director.

Recent events in the Church of Jesus Christ reflect President Russell M. Nelson’s words about the increasing reach and influence of the Church and its members.

The integration will begin in January 2024.

Orchestra at Temple Square fall concert on Oct. 27 will feature new work by Mack Wilberg and attendees can receive tickets to Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra’s Christmas concert.

A new FamilySearch Center in the area of Logan, Utah, will feature 13 discovery stations and 33 computers to aid in family history discovery experiences.

Arizona high schoolers used JustServe to earn service hours for college applications. Now their friends and siblings are continuing their efforts.

Since the angel Moroni appeared to Joseph Smith 200 years ago and shared about the Book of Mormon, the Restoration of the gospel has been ongoing, historians say in Church News video “Ongoing Restoration.”

Ellis Shipp became a doctor in 1878, then returned home to train hundreds of women as midwives and deliver thousands of babies.

President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints commemorated the 200th anniversary of the angel Moroni’s first visit to Joseph Smith.

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.

Reservations to tour the Orem Utah Temple are available online. The public open house is from Friday, Oct. 27, through Saturday, Dec. 16, excluding Sundays and Thanksgiving Day.

“I am a firm believer that once we have prayed and sought the Lord’s help, we need to get up and get moving,” said Brother Jan E. Newman, second counselor in the Sunday School general presidency, to BYU–Hawaii students.

By keeping covenants, individuals can achieve what was previously impossible, BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Brian K. Ashton and his wife, Sister Melinda Ashton, said during a Sept. 19 devotional.

Rely on the Savior to help reach goals and new heights, Elder Juan Pablo Villar teaches at BYU–Idaho devotional.

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

“We are not alone in this,” said a nonprofit leader after meeting with President Susan H. Porter, Sister Kristin M. Yee and Sister Tamara W. Runia.

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

With the new temple showing through the windows behind him, Elder Neil L. Andersen invited youth to find courage living the gospel of Jesus Christ.