In the News

Quoting President Dallin H. Oaks, Judge Griffith said: “On contested issues, we seek to moderate and to unify.”

BYU Education Week administrator Bruce Payne gives a glimpse into the planning, facilitating and learning involved in producing the program every year

Despite debilitating illness, the Summers family has found joy by serving in the Church and their community.

The first counselor in the First Presidency spoke about his youth and family life, unexpected tragedies, and the blessings of Church service.

Why Elder De Feo believes in the Prophet’s vision of a bright future in Europe in spite of political conflict, a refugee crisis and rising secularism.

President Johnson, who will begin her service as Relief Society general president on Aug. 1, talks about allowing the Savior to be the “author and finisher” of her story — and the individual stories of all.

Incoming Primary General President Susan H. Porter talks about empowering children by inviting them to act on the covenants they make at baptism.

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr. shares about the importance of preserving records and how understanding the past can define the future.

Elder Bednar, Elder Cook, Elder Christofferson and Elder Gong share their feelings about the iconic temple, located along the Capital Beltway in Washington, D.C.

Diana Brown, the assistant director of interreligious engagement at Georgetown University, joins the Church News podcast to discuss how interfaith interactions strengthen individuals, communities.