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“It was a miracle,” Elder Renlund wrote on social media of visiting President Holland in the hospital and witnessing his critical condition and then miraculous recovery.

Elder Uchtdorf and others post about remembering; others share about gratitude and preparing children for the temple and priesthood service on social media this week.

New video shows Elder David A. Bednar on assignment after part one in the office.

Elder Uchtdorf and Elder Stevenson posted about the power of the temple; others share about missionary service and gratitude on social media this week.

This week on social media, President Nelson shares about his recovery; President Oaks on Hispanic pioneers and their legacy, and Elder Gong and Elder Soares point to the uniting influence of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

In social media posts Friday, Nov. 10, the 99-year-old President of the Church said his recovery has been rigorous: “I have needed your prayers.”

President Henry B. Eyring shares about the death of his wife, President M. Russell Ballard posts an update on his health, and other leaders share their experiences of ministry trips.

Church leaders post about world-wide day of testimony; Elder Rasband dedicates the Bangkok Thailand Temple; others post about the need to come unto Christ.

Elder Ronald A. Rasband visits members in Vietnam, and other leaders share thoughts from their general conference messages.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted on social media that misses his wife Pat following her death, but he finds hope and joy in a new generation of their family.

This week, the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted on social media about their conference messages, while the Young Women and Young Men general presidencies invited youth to attend an upcoming worldwide event.

President Russell Nelson and Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf encourage preparation for general conference and Relief Society presidency members minister around the globe.

“I pray that each of us, wherever we may be, will approach this sacred weekend with our hearts full of gratitude,” writes President Russell M. Nelson.

Women around the world answered Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson’s question on how they stay aligned with the Savior.

President Nelson commemorates the 200th anniversary of angel Moroni visiting the Prophet Joseph Smith; three temples dedicated on the same day.

President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints commemorated the 200th anniversary of the angel Moroni’s first visit to Joseph Smith.

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.

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.

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

President Ballard talks about what to do when members worry about whether or not they are on the “right path.”

Elder Ronald A. Rasband shared on social about ministering in central Africa and visiting the site of the Nairobi Kenya Temple, and President Camille N. Johnson expressed concern for victims of the Hawaii wildfires.

A new video by Elder David A. Bednar shows how meetings, ministry preparation, mission assignments and scripture study are all a part of an Apostle’s regular efforts.

Church leaders this week share messages about the importance of reaching out to others and loving those that are different.

New Young Women general presidency debuted a new social media initiative and “differences of opinion are part of life,” said President Russell M. Nelson.

Young women and their leaders can follow Young Women Worldwide for ideas and connection.

As president of the Church, President Russell M. Nelson works daily with people who sometimes see an issue differently. Here are six ways he has learned to disagree in a Christlike way.

President Camille N. Johnson shares gratitude for women who provide relief, President Bonnie H. Cordon talked about the blessings of callings, while Sister Tracy Y. Browning wrote about God’s love and light.

In social posts this week, President Henry B. Eyring, President Camille N. Johnson and Elder David A. Bednar encourage members to seek out spiritual revelation.

Sister Tracy Y. Browning shared some of the lessons she is learning from the Primary songs over the past year.

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints responded to an invitation from Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon.