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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.

President M. Russell Ballard shares how serving as a young missionary in England and sharing the gospel helped solidify his testimony.

Joseph Crossley wrote about his family’s journey across the Atlantic in a small journal. More than 165 years later, his pioneer diary has been found and donated to the Church History Library.

This new temple president and matron have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in September.

Church members and leaders in Brazil helped make the donations in several cities.

Elder Paul V. Johnson taught BYU students that they, who were born not too long ago, “now are ready to right wrongs, do God’s work, preach the truth and make a difference in the world.”

The Relief Society general presidency, Sheri Dew and Irene Caso will be keynote speakers for the May event.

President M. Russell Ballard and Elder Quentin L. Cook visit New York City and Washington, D.C., ask leaders and missionaries to focus on people.

“Engaging children through actions, visuals, song and opportunities to share will lay a doctrinal foundation of the gospel of Jesus Christ,” writes the Primary general presidency.

The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel at Morehouse College in Atlanta is awarding President Nelson the Gandhi-King-Mandela Peace Prize at a ceremony in April.

Applying the doctrine of Christ requires becoming engaged learners, keeping covenants and ministering to the one, said Elder Johnson.

The Church closed all temples worldwide in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, then instituted a 4-phase plan to cautiously reopen them over the next 2 years.

Sister Craig told Ensign College students that waiting is a time to grow faith.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong and his wife, Sister Susan Gong, shared a message about temple and family history work at an “After-Party” for young adults at RootsTech.

Jill Adair shares the history of the pageant that draws more than 100,000 people each year to the Mesa temple grounds to celebrate the life and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

During the 2-day “Gathering of Tribes” in Arizona, participants attended the temple, took part in traditional dances, had a youth gathering and listened to speakers on the Book of Mormon and gathering of Israel.

After falling short in the Western Athletic Conference tournament, Mark Madsen’s Utah Valley University men’s basketball team will play New Mexico in the 32-team National Invitational Tournament.

Former BYU quarterback Jaren Hall spoke with news media at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine. Here is what he said about his faith and why he belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Elder and Sister Andersen complete a 9-day ministry visit to Brazil, returning to the land and people they love and speaking to members, missionaries and government leaders.

The temple will be the Church’s third house of the Lord in the western U.S. state.

Elder Cook will preside at the temple’s dedication, with an Aug. 4-19 open house planned.

How a helicopter pilot and bishop in California helped to organize interfaith effort to bring supplies and relief to help snowed-in residents in Lake Arrowhead.

On March 17, 1842, 181 years ago, 20 women met in the Red Brick Store in Nauvoo to organize the Relief Society. See how their work is “of ordinary women doing extraordinary things.”