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This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s writings on grace, the third heaven and God’s “unspeakable gift.”

First Presidency announces “Joseph the Prophet,” Elder Holland health update, President Johnson visits Indiana, plus 7 more Church News stories from the week of Sept. 10-16.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is commemorating the 200th anniversary of Moroni’s first visit to Joseph Smith on Sept. 21, 1823.

Research shows people who struggle with being unforgiving have a “25% to 50% increased risk of also having had some sort of cardiovascular health problem.”

A sincere apology can heal and soften hearts, ease pain and tension and bring people together, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

From new classrooms with desks and tables to washrooms from Zambia to Peru, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has helped improve learning environments in schools in several countries in Africa and South America.

Melinda and Perry Turnbull’s life story — including a conversion and a return home — represents the Church’s local growth from 2,000 members to nearly 40,000 in just four decades.

The Church leaders will focus their remarks on the importance of education and the opportunities available, including BYU–Pathway.

Nearly 300 people attended the Joseph Smith Papers Conference to explore the question: “What have we learned from the Joseph Smith Papers project?”

Elder Gerrit W. Gong told a story of his ancestors and other Church leaders shared messages about the Joseph Smith Papers conference, repentance, and welcoming others.

Classical 89’s free Organ Fest XIV will feature the five Tabernacle organists and two Cathedral of the Madeleine organists on Sept. 15.

Gospel Stream makes Church video content — both live and downloadable — available in one app, while replacing Saints Channel and Gospel Media.

President Dallin H. Oaks opened the Joseph Smith Papers Conference by announcing a new biography on Joseph Smith.

For BYU’s inaugural Big 12 season, each away football game has a service project in conjunction with the BYU Alumni Association.

As Sister J. Anette Dennis reflects on her life, she can see the Savior’s watchful care and influence, the counselor in the Relief Society general presidency says in the Church News video “Partnering with the Savior.”

“There’s not a decision that I make or that we make that doesn’t start with our beliefs,” said Bronco Mendenhall.

Volunteers gave countless hours of service on the National Day of Service and Remembrance, which honors those who died during the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001

“There is a great connection between a willingness to be obedient and opening the windows of heaven in your behalf,” said Sister Alynda Kusch with President Bruce C. Kusch at the first Ensign College devotional for 2023 fall semester.

Entire families are lost after catastrophic flooding swept through the coastal city of Derna, Libya, in North Africa.

A look at the 3 dedications — in Brasília, Bentonville and Moses Lake — and revisiting past double-dedication days.

Brigham Young University–Idaho President Alvin F. Meredith III and his wife, Sister Jennifer Meredith, gave the opening devotional for fall semester.

Elder E Ray Bateman retained a deep love for the gospel and desired to share it with the world.

It’s no accident that BYU students of today are attending at a time when following the updated Honor Code means an elevated, principle-based approach, President C. Shane Reese teaches.

Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson spoke at the Indiana Statehouse and took part in the Indy Festival of Faiths during a weekend ministry trip.

President McKay championed the construction of the Church College of Hawaii (now BYU–Hawaii) and the Polynesian Cultural Center.

More than a dozen individuals with visual impairments, along with their friends, family and loved ones, were able to experience the temple in a unique way.

Church News reporter Mary Richards reports on the Maui wildfires, sharing the experiences of local leaders and members in their own words.

President Camille N. Johnson has served as Relief Society general president since Aug. 1, 2022.

Historians say people will learn and understand more about Brigham Young, the second Church president, through his journals and other papers.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is partnering with local agencies to provide relief after 6.8 magnitude quake struck Morocco.