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The list — from conference and devotional messages — is featured at the end of the 2023 Temple and Family History Leadership Instruction.

Elder Bednar, Elder Gong lead discussion with focus on sequences, being yoked to the Savior and personally relating to Lehi’s experience with the brass plates.

‘Apostles are missionaries, too — full time, until we die,’ says Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, who focused on the Restoration and ‘Preach My Gospel.’

“The Lord does not see education as separate and distinct from spirituality,” said Brother Milton Camargo, Sunday School general presidency counselor, at BYU–Hawaii devotional.

Elder Quentin L. Cook shares his love for the Savior and teaches about His Atonement, testifies of modern prophets

Start today to prepare for April 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 1 and 2 by reviewing the talks from October 2022 general conference.

The March 11 broadcast, titled “We Are God’s Children,” will feature activities, music and messages.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News from the week of Feb. 19 to Feb. 25

President Spencer W. Kimball and President Russell M. Nelson have had doctor-patient relationships along with those as Church leaders.

Peru’s new president expressed gratitude for the Church’s humanitarian work.

‘Do not despair. Love and care for those that are near and dear to you,’ Elder Quentin L. Cook says.

The reconnection came at a time of great growth for the Church in Ghana.

In a series of videos on social media, Elder Gerrit W. Gong shared doctrines from the scriptures to personally relate to while seeking healing and peace from life’s trials.

“We’re not as concerned about being recognized as we are about taking care of people,” Elder Cook said.

“We are grateful you are having children and bringing them up in the gospel,” Elder Quentin L. Cook says.

The two great commandments — loving God and loving others — have been the topic for leaders, missionaries, young adults and children.

“During the Easter season we can strengthen our faith in Jesus Christ and share His gospel with others as we consider His life and mission.”

At BYU devotional, the counselor in the Primary general presidency poses questions to prompt listeners in their efforts of preserving reciprocal relationships.

Speaking to Latter-day Saints in Chicago, President Oaks emphasizes the hope that “love and unselfish assistance would transcend all boundaries of nation, creed and color.”

Speaking to stake and mission leaders in Illinois and Wisconsin, President Oaks addressed the Respect for Marriage Act — which codified same-sex marriage and also provided needed protections for religious expression.

“Perhaps one of the most important gifts we can give our youth is helping them learn to align their will with His will by making righteous choices.”

“The support of the Church is fundamental to many of the activities that we do,” said Mexico’s new consul general in Utah.

It was the first devotional of its kind for Portuguese speakers in the Utah Area.

Born Feb. 6, 1951, Elder Rasband has served as an Apostle since October 2015.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News from the week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.

How parents and leaders can best support youth as they use the new “For the Strength of Youth” guide to make decisions.

During a devotional at the Utah Valley Institute of Religion, Elder Gary E. Stevenson shared how to design, refine and plan with a firm foundation.

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.