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“You are known by God, you are loved by God, and you are needed by God,” said Sister Michelle D. Craig with President Susan H. Porter in Ghana.

For Dec. 25, 2022, only sacrament meetings are to be held; for Jan. 1, 2023, stakes and districts can set another day for fasting.

The painting by Maynard Dixon hangs in President Oaks’ office in the Church Administration Building as an important reminder.

‘Have you ever stopped to consider what impact your interaction will have on Heavenly Father’s children?’

‘This is God’s very truth,’ Elder Jeffrey R. Holland testifies to children, youth, missionaries and members in Germany

The gospel is about individual, covenant connections with the Savior, said Elder David A. Bednar.

Elder Andersen addressed BYU–Pathway students during a devotional broadcast on Nov. 8.

As part of the Church’s effort to address maternal health issues in vulnerable communities, Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson recently ministered to new and expectant mothers during a citywide baby shower in Chicago, Illinois.

“Preparing Children for a Lifetime on God’s Covenant Path” discussion guides for parents and fifth-Sunday lessons for Primary teachers can be found in appendices of the 2023 “Come, Follow Me” manuals on the New Testament.

Elder Gary E. Stevenson spoke on a panel in Bali about tolerance, hope and peace.

During a ministry visit to Germany, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland met with Ukrainian refugees and expressed gratitude to the German Saints helping them.

Thousands toured the Quito temple before its dedication, including local government and religious leaders.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News from the week of Oct. 30-Nov. 5

Born on Nov. 6, 1940, in Czechoslovakia, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf has been an Apostle since 2004.

In this essay, Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon writes of three “spiritual treasures” she’s received from accepting callings.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland told young Latter-day Saints in Germany, God’s love is the answer to doubt.

President Russell M. Ballard, Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, said that after 94 years, his testimony is very secure and real.

President M. Russell Ballard said women have the “most important voice that a bishop can hear” when counseling about the needs of a ward.

Ticket requests to attend in person become available Nov. 7, with a maximum allowance of 6 tickets.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong invited young adults o build spiritual foundations with faith in Jesus Christ and look to a bright future.

The broadcast, titled “My Heavenly Father Loves Me,” will be available for viewing beginning Saturday, Nov. 5. It is the first Friend to Friend prerecorded with a live audience.

During his devotional “intermission,” Elder Bednar emphasized the role of Joseph Smith as the Lord’s instrument in the Restoration.

Speaking to Church-endorsed chaplains, Brother Corbitt taught how activism against the Church can undermine the doctrine of Christ and mislead valiant souls.

Like an atom missing an electron, individuals become more “stable” as the Savior shares His gifts with them, Primary General President Susan H. Porter tells BYU students.

In this episode of the Church News podcast, President Ballard speaks about pioneers, leadership and testimony.

Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles came away “impressed” by Tony Finau’s golf skills, but even more so by his love for the gospel and his family.

Part 2 of Elder Bednar’s ‘That Ye May Believe’ devotional series for college-age Latter-day Saints presented at BYU–Idaho.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News from the week of Oct. 23-29.

“We have the right to access priesthood power by virtue of personal worthiness,” writes Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson.

In Thailand, Elder Uchtdorf made a surprise visit to the country’s first FSY conference, ministered to members and presented a humanitarian donation.