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The Church and NAACP launch the MyBaby4Me program to help combat high infant mortality rates in Memphis, Tennessee.

The temple is Ecuador’s second and provides “the understanding, clarification, resolution, and ordinances” that bless those who are faithful.

Elder Dale G. Renlund greeted attendees at the front door before the three all-in-Portuguese dedicatory sessions.

Nearly 40 nonprofit groups from the Shenandoah Valley gathered to connect with volunteers and understand area needs.

Elder Dale G. Renlund and Sister Ruth Renlund shared instruction with the Brazil Belém Mission on the day before the Belém temple dedication.

Here are 10 stories from the Church News the week of Nov. 13 to Nov. 19.

In a new video, President Susan H. Porter highlighted the work of the Church to support the health, safety and nutrition of children all over the world.

“The Church is made up of millions of members ... and we’re here to serve them,” said Bishop L. Todd Budge.

Watch a 25-minute video with RootsTech speakers about learning opportunities at next year’s event.

What could happen if instead people saw prayer as a chance to express thanks? Lloyd Newell asks.

It is hard to find a word in the English language that carries more power than the word “home,” writes Church News editor Sarah Jane Weaver.

The Tabernacle Choir’s three pilot programs are to help expand “Music & the Spoken Word,” change travel and tours and include more international voices in April 2023 general conference.

“It’s a dream coming true,” Elder Godoy says of the Belém Brazil Temple and joining Elder Renlund for Sunday’s dedication.

“Luz de las Naciones” (“Light of the Nations”) is now available for on-demand viewing online in three different languages.

Jesus says He will establish the people in the land of the Americas and they will be brought to the knowledge of their Redeemer.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong met with Panama’s vice president, and Sister Susan L. Gong delivered a donation in Guatemala.

The Bells at Temple Square’s “Visions of the Season” concert will stream Friday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. MST and will be available on demand. Watch it here.

Church leaders who posted on social media this week included President M. Russell Ballard, Elder D. Todd Christofferson and Sister Tracy Y. Browning. See what they wrote.

The Belém Brazil and Quito Ecuador temples will be dedicated on Sunday, Nov. 20 — the first two-dedication day in more than 20 years.

The youth theme for 2023 is “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.”

Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson explained how the 2022 Giving Machines come from a desire to bless others.

Notices of reorganized stake presidencies called to serve from around the world.

In a new Church video, Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor, talks about her journey reclaiming hope in the four years since he was killed in Afghanistan.

President Ballard testifies of First Vision, Book of Mormon in “Our Message” video.

“Wherever you attend, we want you to make religious education part of your university experience,” Elder Gilbert said during a University of Utah institute devotional.

‘The world needs your light,’ proclaims new video for #LightTheWorld, with invitation to share joy and light throughout December.

Three researchers recently embarked on a research trip on the Joseph Smith Papers legal series. They found what they were looking for and more.

Elder Neil L. Andersen bears witness of the Savior to Latter-day Saints throughout New Zealand, Fiji and Australia.

Recalling the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Ecuador in 2016, Sister J. Anette Dennis invited missionaries to stay strong to their covenants.

“Elder Rasband’s visit to Brazil has been an expression of God’s love for the country and everyone living within its boundaries,” said Elder Adilson Parrella, Brazil Area president.