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President Henry B. Eyring shares two things he has learned over nine decades.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson recently visited cities throughout Australia, including the remote town of Alice Springs in the country’s interior.

As of June 1, the 15 apostles have served together for five years, two months and two days.

President Eyring turned 90 year old on May 31, joining President Nelson, 98; President Ballard, 94; and President Oaks, 90.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland describes the maturity and judgment of Presidents Nelson, Oaks and Eyring.

Born on May 31, 1933, President Henry B. Eyring has served as a general authority since April 1985

Born in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1933, President Henry B. Eyring joins the Church News podcast to talk about his life experiences over nine decades.

Here are nine stories from the Church News from the week of May 21-27.

Looking back over nine decades, President Eyring says every good thing in his life has come from serving the Lord.

The newly called General Authority Seventy shares how focusing on the Savior has helped him to show love and feel loved.

Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace reminded all that “Jesus Christ moves us to be better.”

President Henry B. Eyring shared in his 38-word acceptance speech when he became Ricks College president a principle that has helped guide every major decision in his life.

While in South Africa in April, Elder Rasband taught youth and adults to cast aside fears, remember the Savior and strive to be peacemakers.

“You are commending yourself to the Lord, allowing Him to steer and direct,” President Bonnie H. Cordon told missionaries.

Farsightedness can cause Latter-day Saints to miss out on the blessings that are right in front of them.

In Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults, President Oaks echoes President Nelson’s challenge to ‘know the truth and stand for it’

Here are nine stories from the Church News published during the week of May 14-20.

The native of France had early plans for life, but learned to trust that the Lord “can make of our lives more than we otherwise could.”

“My heart is good, my spirit is strong as are my legs, and my brain still works,” wrote President Russell M. Nelson, 98.

President Ballard tweeted why all should “Strive to keep the Holy Ghost as your constant companion, even during dark times.”

President Henry B. Eyring, who will turn 90 on May 31, recalls in this Church News video the strong feelings he had as an 8-year-old child when he was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The Church and United Nations work together on humanitarian efforts around the world.

President Henry J. Eyring has served over the past six years and will complete his time as BYU–Idaho president on Aug. 1.

Read what Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, President Camille N. Johnson, Elder David A. Bednar and other leaders shared in honor of Mother’s Day.

In regards to Church service, Elder J. Kimo Esplin has learned “The Lord isn’t doing it to you; He’s doing it for you.”

Elder Gerrit W. Gong expresses appreciation for the ”‘mutual respect our communities enjoy” at event for Utah’s Jewish community.

President Johnson expresses love for her family, and Elder Bednar says “thoughts and actions align with the things that matter most” when covenants are honored.

Conferences, gathering places and other ways of supporting and ministering to YSAs are outlined by the Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

Decades after his missionary service, Elder Quentin L. Cook shares from Oxford, England, his gratitude for centuries-old protections of freedom of religion