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The commissioner of Family Services spoke about labels, identity and building emotional resilience.

Singers Adassa and Alejandro “Alex” Melecio Figuera and radio talk show host Mariano Osorio will perform with the Tabernacle Choir June 17-18 in Mexico City.

Growing closer, gaining skills and becoming more like Jesus Christ — three families share what it’s like to serve together using JustServe.

Winston Churchill’s words during World War II remind that life’s “finest hour” will likely be a hard time but with courage and hope, Lloyd Newell shares.

Church News editor reflects on interactions with her late father-in-law, a devout Catholic, and his associates.

“Change is possible,” said the Church’s commissioner of Family Services.

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

JustServe volunteers are a major part of the two-year MOMS Tour, which serves mothers at greatest risk.

A unique style of sand art brings Elder Clark G. Gilbert’s general conference message about moving in the right direction to life.

“If you will always make yourself available to the Lord, you will learn again and again that God has a plan for you and will use you for His purposes in the lives of others,” Elder Evan A. Schmutz, General Authority, said at BYU–Hawaii.

Sherilyn C. Stinson discusses how to identify problems, when and how to seek help and what Church leaders teach about the topic.

Elder S. Mark Palmer and other Church leaders participated in a devotional in which they spoke to youth in Central America about serving missions.

The annual application and audition process to be in the Tabernacle Choir opens June 1 and goes through Aug. 15. Find out more about the four-phase audition process.

People fight to keep the faith — because faith doesn’t just happen, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The spirit in the temple was powerful, and the faith of the members was strong, but it was most inspiring to witness the growth of the Church.

The concerts June 17-18 are part of the Tabernacle Choir’s tour to Mexico City. The choir shared a video on how members are preparing for the tour.

James O’Donnell, now a professor and instructor at Yale School of Music, will perform on the Tabernacle organ as part of the Virtuoso Organ Concert series.

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

Learning the doctrines, faith to act and repent, can lead to baptism, covenants, Elder Marcus B. Nash teaches missionaries at MTC

Tickets to the see Bells at Temple Square June 9 concert in person in the Tabernacle are available starting May 16.

For more than 25 years, Robert Parrott worked to preserve and maintain the Church’s Sacred Grove in Palmyra, New York, before recently dying of cancer.

Women gathered who have served for 10 past general presidents of Relief Society, Young Women and Primary organizations.

More than 200 JustServe volunteers worked with Maricopa County Parks and Recreation to clean up Lake Pleasant in Arizona.

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

The heart of a mother can be found in women from all walks of life and each is unique, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Videos from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints share many aspects of motherhood.

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.

Choosing to be a disciple of Christ can help singles find peace and joy now and make an impact in their congregations, taught presenters at BYU Women’s Conference.

“I always find a way” has become Sylvia Bernert’s motto after facing adversity in her life