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The member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles also talks about change, personal revelation, covenants and balance.

President Bonnie H. Cordon, Sister Michelle D. Craig and Sister Rebecca L. Craven talk about implementing the new “For the Strength of Youth” guide.

“When we actively follow this pattern, the Lord opens the way before us,” Elder Ulisses Soares testified during a BYU–Hawaii devotional.

Spiritual hyperopia is taking for granted and not appreciating things that are close and occur frequently.

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf spoke to young adults at the Weber Institute and counseled them to never lose hope and find strength in Jesus Christ.

“Our Savior and His Atonement are our most important trail marker, our greatest source of strength as we make our way through life,” Elder Gong said.

Portuguese speakers residing in the Utah Area are invited to participate in a special devotional with Elder Ulisses Soares on Feb. 5.

What will never change is that seminary requirements will be “Christ–centered, learner–focused and scripture-based,” said the Church’s administrator of seminaries and institutes.

God will “fulfill His promises to us,” Elder Christofferson testified during devotional that included the Relief Society general president and other leaders

Young Men general president’s message of finding happiness through Christ — despite unplanned moments — included anecdotes involving President Nelson.

Elder Bednar spoke about Jesus Christ, the sacrament, repentance, covenants and ordinances.

Elder Hamilton asked and answered, “Why a church?” at the Jan. 24 BYU devotional.

Born Jan. 24, 1945, Elder D. Todd Christofferson has served as an Apostle since April 2008.

In the second video of a series titled “Five Years of Leadership,’ President Nelson speaks to the NAACP, reflects on Washington, D.C. and discusses the Church’s COVID-19 response.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News from the week of Jan. 15 to Jan. 21.

Here’s how Church leaders have used the 2023 youth theme verse Philippians 4:13 in general conference talks.

‘Sister Hales always placed the needs of others above her own and was a light to all those around her. She inspired others to find joy in living the gospel of Jesus Christ,’ President Ballard said.

On social media this week, President Ballard shared a lesson from the stars, Elder Andersen encouraged constant faith-growing in Christ, and Sister Wright shares how she was inspired by children in the Philippines.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles testifies of the Book of Mormon and its capacity to convert.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Susan Gong, will be the featured keynote speakers at RootsTech 2023 Family Discovery Day.

“Looking back 50 years later, will your faith in the Savior be the most powerful force that moved you forward?” Elder Andersen asked BYU students.

Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé, Bishop W. Christopher Waddell and Bishop L. Todd Budge answer the question: “What does the Presiding Bishopric do?”

Sister Mary Crandall Hales, wife of the late Elder Hales, died Sunday, Jan. 15, at her home in North Salt Lake at the age of 90.

Here are nine stories from the Church News from the week of Jan. 8 to Jan. 14.

What has President Nelson invited Latter-day Saints to do? Here is a look at some of his invitations since becoming Prophet in January 2018.

Jan. 14 marks five years since President Nelson became Church President. See Church News’ coverage of his ministry anniversary.

This Church News video, titled “Five Years of Leadership,” features a few favorite moments captured by the Church News during President Nelson’s historic ministry.

See a chronological list of announcements and changes that have happened in the Church since President Russell M. Nelson became Prophet five years ago.

Gloria Irion, Laurie Marsh and Russell Nelson Jr. discuss the lessons learned as children from their father, President Russell M. Nelson.

During a Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults, Elder Holland and Sister Holland encouraged a global congregation to look to “A Future Filled with Hope.”