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Orchestra at Temple Square fall concert on Oct. 27 will feature new work by Mack Wilberg and attendees can receive tickets to Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra’s Christmas concert.

Arizona high schoolers used JustServe to earn service hours for college applications. Now their friends and siblings are continuing their efforts.

“I am a firm believer that once we have prayed and sought the Lord’s help, we need to get up and get moving,” said Brother Jan E. Newman, second counselor in the Sunday School general presidency, to BYU–Hawaii students.

By keeping covenants, individuals can achieve what was previously impossible, BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Brian K. Ashton and his wife, Sister Melinda Ashton, said during a Sept. 19 devotional.

Rely on the Savior to help reach goals and new heights, Elder Juan Pablo Villar teaches at BYU–Idaho devotional.

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s writings on grace, the third heaven and God’s “unspeakable gift.”

Research shows people who struggle with being unforgiving have a “25% to 50% increased risk of also having had some sort of cardiovascular health problem.”

A sincere apology can heal and soften hearts, ease pain and tension and bring people together, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Melinda and Perry Turnbull’s life story — including a conversion and a return home — represents the Church’s local growth from 2,000 members to nearly 40,000 in just four decades.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong told a story of his ancestors and other Church leaders shared messages about the Joseph Smith Papers conference, repentance, and welcoming others.

Classical 89’s free Organ Fest XIV will feature the five Tabernacle organists and two Cathedral of the Madeleine organists on Sept. 15.

“There is a great connection between a willingness to be obedient and opening the windows of heaven in your behalf,” said Sister Alynda Kusch with President Bruce C. Kusch at the first Ensign College devotional for 2023 fall semester.

It’s no accident that BYU students of today are attending at a time when following the updated Honor Code means an elevated, principle-based approach, President C. Shane Reese teaches.

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Loren L. Toussaint, professor of psychology at Luther College, shares some of the scientifically validated health benefits of forgiveness.

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s teachings on personal conversion and “godly sorrow.”

While it’s sometimes confusing, loud and busy at street level, getting to a higher place with a different perspective can help one see beyond the here and now, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sent out a letter providing key dates, registration information and more for how parents and youth can prepare for FSY 2024.

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared an experience on social media about a missionary who taught his wife, and other leaders post on the importance of focusing on Jesus Christ.

BYU–Hawaii President John S.K. Kauwe III and his wife, Monica Kauwe, gave the opening devotional for fall semester.

The country’s first chapel is on the way, the stake may soon split and more members are receiving temple blessings.

In a distracted world we often are half-hearted in our engagement with others; being wholly present is a prerequisite to enter the path toward sacred ground and holy presence.

This week’s study guide includes the apostle Paul’s teachings on the resurrection and celestial glory.

Love and service go together — and “the more love in our hearts and in the world, the more happiness we’ll find,” Lloyd Newell says in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

“The theme of Jesus Christ needs to dominate our teaching,” says President Dallin H. Oaks.

BYU coach wanted players to learn from the life of Krešimir Ćosić, who not only starred in basketball but also helped the Church in his homeland and was an ambassador to the U.S.

Health challenges didn’t stop Charles Downey from finding ways to serve his community.

“We’ve got some amazing people here that want to give so much.”

Latter-day Saints and their friends on the island of Maui have felt support, strength and prayers from around the world after the deadly wildfires.

Local YSA stakes provided food, clothing and other resources during a one-day special event called Project Connect.