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A mural from the 1964 World’s Fair and another from the 1970 Osaka Japan World Expo now have permanent home on BYU–Idaho campus.

The Church responds to recent Associated Press article about the Church’s abuse help line.

Church members donate supplies and food in Honduras, Guatemala, Peru and Argentina.

“The most effective representation of religious liberty is a representation that stands up for people of faith or no faith,” President Oaks said at the 2022 Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit.

The Heber J. Grant Tuition Discount will now be offered to BYU–Pathway students pursuing online degrees and certificates from BYU–Idaho and Ensign College.

Villagers in Ghana are learning to better provide for their families through self-reliance training.

The 2022 Church Music Festival “Rejoice!” on Aug. 6 will originate from the Conference Center Theater on Temple Square and be streamed online.

Those who enjoy religious freedom should think about the circumstances of people who don’t enjoy religious liberty, said President Dallin H. Oaks.

Group is first to benefit from Church donation and collaboration with the NAACP announced in 2021

A three-day Brighton Girls Camp Centennial Celebration will be held Aug. 19-21. All former campers and staff members and fans of Brighton are invited.

The Church’s entire First Presidency is among the dozen leaders participating in rededication services following the temple’s major renovation.

Why Elder De Feo believes in the Prophet’s vision of a bright future in Europe in spite of political conflict, a refugee crisis and rising secularism.

Sharing the gospel is made easier with the Book of Mormon’s new “discover,” “watch” and “share” tabbed features.

Sister Featherstone served alongside her husband as he served in general Church assignments for close to 30 years. He passed away in 2018.

New Relief Society and Primary general presidencies sustained in April 2022 general conference begin service Aug. 1.

President Nelson invites all to strengthen and grow their testimonies through prayer, scripture study, temple attendance, learning to hear Him and then “watch for miracles to happen in your life.”

A visit to her ancestral village in China at age 20 helped spark Marguerite Gong Hancock’s passion for technology and humanity.

How prayer, family support and the words of her patriarchal blessing helped former University of Utah athlete during her unlikely journey to the Olympic medal podium.

Elder McKendry is using his talents and time to serve as one of the first service missionaries in his home of Australia.

Nine of Utah’s 29 counties have 10 or more stakes.

Week in review: 9 stories the Church News published for the week of July 24-30.

Growth of the Church in Mexico was far from a certainty and started in some unexpected ways for one family, now in its seventh generation of Church membership.

Eastern Kentucky has been the hardest hit from torrential rain that also affected West Virginia and Virginia this week.

Incoming Primary General President Susan H. Porter has spoken about service, love and identity over the past year.

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr. points to how documents, photos and other family artifacts can be stored and recorded to be preserved and also ways to “keep records going.”

This week, we pay tribute to the land, the rich musical legacy, and the people of Wales, to whom the Tabernacle Choir owes so much of its history, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word.”

The Friend to Friend featured activities, music and messages focused on the temple from Elder Gary E. Stevenson and the Primary general presidency.

Remembering how, in one day — and without prior notice — missionaries shared the the breadth and depth of the Church’s humanitarian work in support of refugees in Rome.

General authorities and general officers shares thoughts and testaments of truth, how to follow the Savior, plus Primary leaders share invitations to the Friend to Friend.

Jenna Carson, a returned missionary and Harvard Divinity School alum, to serve as a chaplain in the U.S. Air Force.