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An inspirational video, “The Miracle at Gapyeong,” tells the remarkable story of a group of soldiers whose story is comparable to the sons of Helaman in the Book of Mormon.

In the 15th Doha Conference for Interfaith Dialogue, Elder Adilson de Paula Parrella testified of the sacredness of marriage and family.

During the week of May 19-25, Elder Gong dedicated the Puebla Mexico Temple, Elder Cook ministered in the Pacific Area and Elder Christofferson in Africa, plus 6 more stories.

This week’s study guide includes Alma the Younger and the sons of Mosiah’s rebellion and their subsequent conversion.

Since 1999, BYU's "Saints at War" project has gathered and preserved more than 3,000 personal accounts of Latter-day Saint soldiers during wartime with more to come.

Returning to Kiribati 24 years after dedicating the first stake center on Tarawa, Elder Quentin L. Cook encourages Church members to prepare for a new house of the Lord.

Most of the good done in the world is done quietly, simply, even anonymously, observes Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Church History Museum art curator Laura Paulsen Howe and conservationist Shiree Roberts spoke about the challenges and rewards of preserving art for future generations.

Like the aging prophet Lehi, Church News reporter Rachel Sterzer Gibson's dad gave his children blessings before he died. Ten years later, "I hope he knows I’m trying to follow his counsel," she writes.

A series of faith-building experiences has helped Elder D. Martin Goury, sustained as a general authority during April 2024 general conference, learn to trust in the Lord.