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A family’s donation to Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital in the name of their infant son now gives other babies a chance.

“Such wrestling is a struggle to find and express one’s real desires and receive inspiration of the Holy Ghost,” Elder Yamashita teaches.

The West Point values of duty, honor and country belong to all who selflessly enlist in a cause greater than themselves, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and guest artists the West Point Glee Club.

Here’s how MeetUp — an annual one-day youth conference held simultaneously in Latter-day Saint meetinghouses across Brazil — is strengthening youth and young single adults.

“Sacred ground” can be a place of learning, prayer, testimony, spirituality, covenant, prayer, change, commitment or more.

The latest Book of Mormon Videos episode includes testimonies of miracles the children and adults witnessed and received when the Savior appeared to them.

The latest updates to the Gospel Library app lets people set up new content and event alerts, prayer and study reminders, and daily inspirational messages.

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

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

The phrase from Rabbi Soloveichik — “The soul of man in the candle of God” — helps represent the power of faith.

In the effort to overcome weaknesses and change for the better, we don’t just try — we strive, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Three new “On the Set” videos join this week’s episode that depicts 3 Nephi 18 as new videos published on BookofMormonVideos.com.

On social media this week, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland taught how to “choose to be humble”; Elder Neil L. Andersen said Tony Finau is an example of an “unashamed” member of the Church.

Rabbi Dr. Meir Y. Soloveichik explained how the role of religion is essential in maintaining a sense of community and foundational to the country’s success.

As a second wave of Afghan refugees comes to St. Louis, volunteers with JustServe are helping families become self-reliant.

Giving-focused vending machines to be in 28 locations across the U.S. and around the world.

“Sustaining prophets in today’s world takes faith — but not faith in them, faith in Jesus Christ, who called them,” Sister Dew said.

Leaders of different religions in Lovell, Wyoming, came together on a new interfaith council.

“The best kind of willpower comes from a higher power. It is our faith that unlocks that power,” Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

As Primary children comforted a grieving bishop, they realized that even as very young disciples they can minister, comfort and bless.

The crowds in Bountiful see the Savior’s miracles, pray with Him and see angels come down from heaven.

The Healthcare Professionals Club at BYU–Hawaii teamed up with “Be the Match,” a national marrow donor program.

BYU–Idaho President Henry J. Eyring dedicated the new Visual Arts Studio, the Engineering Technology Center and the University Village Community Center on Oct. 27.

President M. Russell Ballard posted about the blessing of repentance, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared moments from his trip to Asia, and President Camille N. Johnson explained how the Savior helps people not become “root-bound.”

“I had many questions in my mind and heart that I wanted the Lord to answer and He did,” one participant said.

Prior to meeting on the football field, BYU and Liberty University sponsored a joint book drive. Southern Virginia University also supported the event.

Here are two experiences of parents using principles in the new “For the Strength of Youth” guide to help their youth make decisions.

Church members plant more than 200 trees in Fairfield County to commemorate First Vision bicentennial.

As Latter-day Saints study the Old Testament, Jewish Rabbi Meir Soloveichik shares insights into the Hebrew Bible, religious liberty and being light kindlers.

Roughly 100 volunteers gathered to help install a new irrigation system on the Florence Fang Community Farm in San Francisco