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Whatever a person’s talents may be, they rarely come fully developed. Talents grow because a person is willing to keep trying, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

President Russell M. Nelson: “Temples are a crowning part of the Restoration of the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

Church leaders shared personal testimonies and invited others to do the same.

BYU Speeches publishes Inspiring Short of Sister Dew’s 2003 talk “You Were Born to Lead.”

Tragedies, flooding and refugees have affected the Church’s Europe Area. New training helps leaders and members minister during a crisis.

In 2021, 21,500 new projects were created on JustServe. In the past 10 years, more than 130,000 projects have been put on the site.

Read nine Church News articles from the week of July 31 to Aug. 6.

Learning principles of ministering during a crisis can help Church leaders and members know what to do after a traumatic event.

The annual concert features original compositions, lyrics and arrangements submitted by members worldwide.

Rather than defining ourselves by who we have always been, we can begin to become who God wants us to be, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Church News editor rarely watches senior leaders and their active service without awe. It’s not what they are doing well into their 10th decade that stills her — it is why.

Church leaders introduce new presidencies and share how to strengthen testimonies of the Savior.

Hundreds of people served together for a “Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself” event in Arizona.

A mural from the 1964 World’s Fair and another from the 1970 Osaka Japan World Expo now have permanent home on BYU–Idaho campus.

The 2022 Church Music Festival “Rejoice!” on Aug. 6 will originate from the Conference Center Theater on Temple Square and be streamed online.

Sharing the gospel is made easier with the Book of Mormon’s new “discover,” “watch” and “share” tabbed features.

Elder McKendry is using his talents and time to serve as one of the first service missionaries in his home of Australia.

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr. points to how documents, photos and other family artifacts can be stored and recorded to be preserved and also ways to “keep records going.”

This week, we pay tribute to the land, the rich musical legacy, and the people of Wales, to whom the Tabernacle Choir owes so much of its history, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word.”

The Friend to Friend featured activities, music and messages focused on the temple from Elder Gary E. Stevenson and the Primary general presidency.

Remembering how, in one day — and without prior notice — missionaries shared the the breadth and depth of the Church’s humanitarian work in support of refugees in Rome.

General authorities and general officers shares thoughts and testaments of truth, how to follow the Savior, plus Primary leaders share invitations to the Friend to Friend.

The app now features Book of Mormon Videos and other digital content to discover, watch and share.

Farming kits and other tools are helping villagers after COVID-19 lockdowns.

Drought is reaching a crisis in the Kurdistan region. The Church is working with the Barzani Charity Foundation and the government to provide access to water.

Update to search helps to easier find resources, including talks and scriptures.

Displaced families living in camps in northwest Syria now have cleaner, safer conditions after a project from CARE.

Church of Jesus Christ is a new artist channel on music-streaming apps such as Spotify, Apple, Amazon and Pandora.

Five Latter-day Saint siblings are fourth cousins to the award-winning ice dancer, who met for the first time relatives from his mother’s side of the family.