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The Mesa, Arizona, event included information about how to use JustServe and FamilySearch to help all of God’s children.

In honor of Black History Month, the Church News has compiled a list of stories honoring Black members of the Church.

Young single adult conference mixed spiritually uplifting devotionals and discussions with opportunities for service, fun and connection.

Did you attend the recording of the youth devotional with Elder Gong, President Cordon and President Lund? Download the group photo here.

“Our Savior and His Atonement are our most important trail marker, our greatest source of strength as we make our way through life,” Elder Gong said.

Over 500 youth made it across the flooded river, either on the backs of YSA counselors or on their own with the help of safety ropes.

What will never change is that seminary requirements will be “Christ–centered, learner–focused and scripture-based,” said the Church’s administrator of seminaries and institutes.

Registration opens this week for FSY 2023 in the United States and Canada. See a timeline of registration dates.

Thousands of Salt Lake-area youth attended the recording of the devotional in the Conference Center. Watch the broadcast Sunday, Jan. 29.

Several members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are playing or coaching in the NFL playoffs. See a list.

RootsTech 2023 will feature 15 emcees who will act like sideline reporters for its online audience and provide localized content and guidance for different areas of the world.

See Church membership growth in South America, Central America, Mexico and Caribbean over the past 10 years, by country.

How this Latter-day Saint went from being rejected by three nursing programs to becoming BYU dean of nursing.

New tool allows members at the local level to manage information that may help visitors find and feel welcome when visiting meetinghouses.

First- and second-generation members of the Church in Puerto Rico met to celebrate the new temple in San Juan.

Three members of the U.S. Senate and six from the House of Representatives are Latter-day Saints, according to information from Pew Research Survey.

Several Latter-day Saints, including many who served missions, are playing in the NBA’s G League and for teams in foreign countries. Here’s a list.

The MTC in Auckland is looking for its first full year of on-site operations since 2019 and watching the construction of the adjacent new temple.

Even with power outages, people in Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees join weekly sessions on emotional health.

The schedule change begins May 1 for five MTCs — Brazil, England, Mexico, Peru and Provo.

“It was an answer from the Lord, no doubt,” said a Brazilian member.

Martin Skougaard lost his dog tag in a foxhole grenade blast. Here’s how his dog tag was returned to him by a kind stranger more than half a century later.

“The name changes will better align local centers with FamilySearch’s expanding global brand,” according to the FamilySearch news release.

Banquet pays tribute to women who go above and beyond to keep at-risk children in school in Utah’s Washington County School District

A JustServe effort with the Magic Yarn Project brought together hundreds of volunteers and created ripple effects of service.

Church members worked to foster self-reliance in Dzaleka Refugee Camp.

BYU students cite prayer, inspiration, “great professors” for success in creating internationally recognized game.

Along with RootsTech 2023, FamilySearch patrons can expect free access to more of the world’s genealogy records, new search capabilities, more technological innovations and new Family Tree App features.

Insights to the culture, language and setting of the New Testament to help individuals better learn and apply its teachings.

Before making big plays for Utah this season, Utes’ safety R.J. Hubert, a Latter-day Saint returned missionary, battled back from two serious knee injuries.