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The Gospel for Kids YouTube channel features simple drawing lessons and rock art related to Old Testament stories in “Come, Follow Me.”

Tithing declaration interviews can now begin as early as Sept. 1, according to a First Presidency letter dated Aug. 11.

People immediately began replying to the Prophet’s question, “How are you taking charge of your testimony?”

Elder Caleb Wood serves despite health challenges and his volunteer work has been recognized with a major award.

Journey of Faith includes records from 9 collections — the first time FamilySearch has pulled this many Church databases into one place.

Artist Dan Wilson painted more than 300 angels in the background of his painting of Jesus Christ for the Washington D.C. Temple rotunda.

The new design of FamilySearch’s person page aims to be more readable, interactive and consistent with the rest of the site.

The Heber J. Grant Tuition Discount will now be offered to BYU–Pathway students pursuing online degrees and certificates from BYU–Idaho and Ensign College.

Group is first to benefit from Church donation and collaboration with the NAACP announced in 2021

A three-day Brighton Girls Camp Centennial Celebration will be held Aug. 19-21. All former campers and staff members and fans of Brighton are invited.

A visit to her ancestral village in China at age 20 helped spark Marguerite Gong Hancock’s passion for technology and humanity.

How prayer, family support and the words of her patriarchal blessing helped former University of Utah athlete during her unlikely journey to the Olympic medal podium.

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

Nine of Utah’s 29 counties have 10 or more stakes.

Growth of the Church in Mexico was far from a certainty and started in some unexpected ways for one family, now in its seventh generation of Church membership.

Eastern Kentucky has been the hardest hit from torrential rain that also affected West Virginia and Virginia this week.

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

Jenna Carson, a returned missionary and Harvard Divinity School alum, to serve as a chaplain in the U.S. Air Force.

Wetekia’s life and testimony have provided deep roots in the gospel of Jesus Christ that have nourished generations in New Zealand.

The 2022 Days of ’47 Parade celebrated 175 years of pioneer courage on Saturday with President Jean B. Bingham as the parade’s grand marshal.

“Remember when you think you can’t make it, have faith in the people around you,” said Johne Goodrich, who was born with a form of cerebral palsy.

Alan D. Johnson has been named to a newly created position as managing director of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Former BYU soccer star Ashley Hatch won an ESPY Award for being the premier player in the National Women’s Soccer League.

Courtney Wayment qualified for the final of Wednesday’s women’s steeplechase race at the world track and field championships.

Volunteers from the Colorado Springs North Stake represented JustServe in the annual Fourth of July parade in Monument, Colorado.

From meeting outside under a tree, to a new temple on the way, the Ivory Coast is an example of the rapid growth of the Church on the African continent.

A Potawatomi/Ojibway native, Priscilla Yellowhead Tobey has always believed in a creator. That belief was strengthened as she read the Book of Mormon.