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8/16
* Washington D.C. Temple rededicatory prayer: Read how President Nelson pays tribute to President Kimball’s original prayer
* Saudi Arabia Ambassador Meets with Top Church Leaders
* Condolences Offered After Coptic Church Fire in Egypt
* 2022 BYU Education Week Celebrates 100 Years of Instruction and Learning
* Church of Jesus Christ and The Hunger Project Work Together to End Hunger in Ghana
* All teaching should center on the Savior, Sunday School general presidency says at BYU Education Week
* What 100 years have looked like for BYU Education Week
* Video: President Nelson shares how temples are ‘a symbol of Jesus Christ’
* 2022 BYU Education Week begins in-person in Provo, Utah
* Elder Inoke Foto Kupu, Tongan Area Seventy, passes away in New Zealand
* Church announces name of 2nd temple in Rexburg, Idaho
* See photos of the Washington D.C. Temple rededication
* First Presidency names 2 temples: Teton River Idaho and Birmingham England
* All teaching should center on the Savior, Sunday School general presidency says at BYU Education Week
* The Church of Latter-Day Saints partners LASG, others on clean environment, tree planting
8/15
* President Nelson Rededicates the House of the Lord in Washington, D.C.
* Why, for Latter-day Saints, the Washington D.C. Temple is the bedrock of the community
* Auditions Announced for 2022 “Savior of the World” in Salt Lake City
* Most recently announced temple locations in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming
* Learn about these 13 new and reorganized stake presidencies — from New Zealand to Zimbabwe
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What we can learn from temple closures about silver linings
* Church helps bring drinking water to families in French Polynesia
* Mitt Romney says he has ‘strayed’ at times from his faith, values
* ‘Come Create With Me’: See 5 videos for kids related to Old Testament stories
8/13-8/14
* New Church Historian and Recorder Begins Service
* Auditions Announced for 2022 “Savior of the World” in Salt Lake City
* How Knowing Psychological First Aid Helps You Minister to Others in Need
* President Nelson Is Now the Church’s Longest-Living Apostle
* President Oaks Celebrates 90th Birthday, Shares Lessons Learned
* Video: What President Oaks has learned over 9 decades
* Watch: What Sister Sheri Dew learned when her stolen briefcase was returned
* Today is President Oaks’ 90th birthday. Read 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Senior Church leaders with connections to the Washington D.C. Temple
* This ‘Star Trek’ actor just made a ‘highly illogical’ discovery in his family history
* How ‘The Chosen’ reacted to its nomination for a GMA Dove Award
* President Hinckley’s David McCullough joke
8/12
* The Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana Concludes
* First Presidency Announces Annual ‘Tithing Declaration’
* JustServe by the Numbers
* Redesigned FamilySearch Person Page Aims to Be More Readable, Interactive
* World’s Fair Murals Find Home at BYU–Idaho
* In honor of his 90th birthday, President Oaks shares 12 lessons learned through the decades
* Video: Finding the middle ground on religious freedom
* Church provides water and nutrition to homes in Hidalgo, Mexico
* New billboards invite passersby to visit Hamilton New Zealand Temple open house
* BYU Education Week celebrates 100 years of instruction and learning
* Elder Bednar’s 3 social media guidelines for sharing goodness
* Advocates call on elected officials, community to meet rising need for Utah food assistance
8/11
* Prayer, study and faith: How people are responding to President Nelson’s invitation to strengthen their testimonies
* President Nelson invites people to share how they are taking charge of their testimonies
* The widow’s mite: Texas missionary honored for giving his all during service mission
* See your ancestor’s ‘journey of faith’ with new FamilySearch discovery experience
* Advocates call on elected officials, community to meet rising need for Utah food assistance
* BYU Police release 2nd video from 2020 Missionary Training Center shooting
8/10
* 20 Easy Ways to ‘Love, Share, Invite’ Your Neighbors
* Get to Know the Artist Who Made the Second Coming Painting in the Washington D.C. Temple
* Sharing Book of Mormon and App in ‘Normal, Natural Ways’
* Episode 96: Approaching his 90th birthday, President Dallin H. Oaks reflects on the lessons learned in nine decades
* President Dallin H. Oaks: ‘We have got to think about religious freedom for all the children of God’
* Today is Elder Andersen’s 71st birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Church feeds more than 2,500 people in Ethiopia
* 'Carry on': Latter-day Saints impacted by Boise arson fire maintain optimism
* People.com features Latter-day Saint family who are assisting Ukrainian refugees
* Donny Osmond pays tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John
8/9
* President Nelson now the Church’s longest-living Apostle in the latter-day dispensation
* Church Donates State-of-the-Art Medical Oxygen Plant in Paraguay
* BYU–Pathway Worldwide Extends Tuition Discount to More Students
* Church Music Festival Highlights Some of Year’s Best Original Music Submitted by Members
* Plarn Mats, Port Pillows and Fidget Quilts: JustServe Volunteers Make Unique Items to Meet Specific Needs
* How the Church’s Europe Area developed new training to help others minister during a crisis
* FamilySearch has redesigned its person page and wants your feedback
* JustServe website and app by the numbers — projects, volunteers, organizations and countries
* How the Church’s Europe Area developed new training to help others minister during a crisis
* Here’s what historian David McCullough said to Latter-day Saints
8/8
* Ministering during a crisis: How Psychological First Aid can help Church leaders and individuals be a support to others
* What one family in the 2022 Church Music Festival learned about the power of lyrics
* Religious liberty is at the core of what it means to be human
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I have learned from observing senior Church leaders — serving in their 10th decade
* New leaders called in 8 new stakes — New Caledonia to Germany
* Today is Elder Stevenson’s 67th birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosts NAACP student fellows in Ghana
8/6-8/7
* Church Offers Statement on Help Line and Abuse
* Latter-day Saints Assist With Flooding Cleanup in Kentucky
* One Year Later: Catching up with Latter-day Saint Olympic Silver Medalist McKayla Skinner
* This week on social: It’s time to say ‘hello, goodbye’ to Primary and Relief Society presidencies
* Church donations help build, open Paraguay’s first medical oxygen generator
* What are plarn mats, port pillows and fidget quilts? See how JustServe volunteers made these unique items to meet specific needs
* Visitors to BYU–Idaho Center invited to ponder the purpose of life through two iconic pieces of art
* 4 times the Church recently helped children, education in Latin America
8/5
* Why does religious liberty matter? ‘Consider where society would be … if we did not have religious freedom,’ says President Oaks
* Pioneers in Every Land: Leading the Way in Mexico since 1846
* Making History: Church Endorses its First Female Military Chaplain
* How to watch the 2022 Church Music Festival
* BYU–Pathway Worldwide extends 10-50% tuition discount to more students
* Church and The Hunger Project working together on ending hunger in Ghana
* Did Jesus Christ use the 5 love languages in His ministry?
8/4
* President Nelson to rededicate Washington D.C. Temple on Aug. 14
* New Primary and Relief Society General Presidencies Begin Service
* Video: Faith links all to preserve, protect, restore and defend religious freedom
* 43 college students in Ghana first to experience Amos C. Brown Fellowship
* Brighton Girls Camp celebrates its 100-year history
* 8 highlights from the church historian and recorder as his service draws to a close
* Kristin Chenoweth returns to Salt Lake City to sign new children’s book
* https://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/local-organizations-assist-in-kentucky-flood-relief-efforts/article_e364a6cb-3500-5468-91d0-94f2f8554240.html
* Police release unseen footage of Missionary Training Center shooting on 2nd anniversary
* Engineering to empower, BYU capstone project helps provide clean water to Pakistan
8/3
* Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana Begins
* Historic NAACP, Latter-day Saint student trip begins in Ghana
* Episode 95: Elder Massimo De Feo, president of the Church’s Europe Central Area, on the ‘unparalleled future’ of Europe despite trying times
* Sharing Book of Mormon and app in ‘normal, natural ways’ — on subway, at hotel, in cruise-ship hot tub
* Sister Merlene M. Featherstone, wife of Elder Vaughn J. Featherstone, remembered for enthusiasm, energy and love for the Savior
* Highlights from BYU Colleges: BYU students built filter to help provide clean water in Pakistan, neuroscience student researches drug addiction
* BYU linguistics professor invites students to add dose of wonder to spiritual practices
* 30 names and terms that are no longer used by the Church
* Follow the new Relief Society and Primary general presidencies on social media
* BYU students design affordable water filtration device to help provide clean water in Pakistan
8/2
* President Nelson posts on social media: ‘Take charge of your testimony of Jesus Christ’
* Catching up with Latter-day Saint medalist MyKayla Skinner on anniversary of her ‘pure silver’ Olympics
* Chinese roots to Silicon Valley branches: How this executive is sharing her faith and shaping the future of tech
* Meet Elder McKendry: Getting to know one of Australia’s first service missionaries
* Perspective: Don’t believe the headlines. Few people suffer trauma from religion in childhood
* Kimberly youth to follow footsteps of pioneers
* Latter-day Saint golfer Tony Finau wins back-to-back tournaments, breaks scoring record
8/1
* ‘Jesus always leads us to the temple’: Friend to Friend teaches children about preparing to enter the house of the Lord
* Which counties in Utah have the most stakes?
* Friend to Friend Teaches Children about Preparing to Enter the Temple
* In case you missed it: President Oaks shares about helping refugees, Elder Christofferson speaks about Mormon Battalion, plus 7 more stories
* Pioneers in every land: Pioneering the way in Mexico since 1846
* Historic LDS Church murals find a home at BYU-Idaho
* Does the Old Testament sometimes seem bizarre? This study strategy can make all the difference
* Church historian and recorder offers ways to preserve important historical documents
* Ruling leaves questions about Boy Scouts bankruptcy plan
7/30-7/31
* Video: ‘We are all descended from refugees’ President Oaks says as center in Rome works to help refugees there
* President of Peru Attends Interfaith Prayer Service Hosted by Latter-day Saints
* Improved Book of Mormon App Makes Sharing the Book Easier
* President Camille N. Johnson Says Personal Pevelation Guides Her in Family, Career and Church Responsibilities
* Watch: Friend to Friend: Temples Are the House of the Lord
* Pioneers in Every Land: Meet Wetekia Ruruku Elkington of New Zealand
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in July 2022
* Making history: Church endorses its first female military chaplain
* What a Latter-day Saint learned by speaking at a Methodist church
* An ex-Latter-day Saint BYU fan wondered if there was still room for him. Tom Holmoe, Steve Young and others answered
* NAACP returns to Ghana with a delegation of student leaders
7/29
* Church Provides New Classrooms, Qurans and Bibles to Kenyan Primary School
* Pioneers in Every Land: Meet Wetekia Ruruku Elkington of New Zealand
* How personal revelation has guided President Camille N. Johnson in her family, career and Church responsibilities
* Church helps a Fiji village find food security
* Church helps build new wells in Iraq, providing water to 15,000 people
* The startling case of Ridge Alkonis
* 3 arrested in vandalism at southern Utah Latter-day Saint meetinghouses
* Colleges library opens Mexican/Mormon history exhibit
* Meet Sister Tracy Y. Browning—the first Black woman to serve in a general presidency
* Joseph Smith Photo headlines went too far
7/28
* 3 Things Incoming Primary General President Susan H. Porter Wants Primary Leaders to Know
* ESPY Award for Former BYU Soccer Great Ashley Hatch
* Pioneers in every land: The ‘beautiful legacy’ of New Zealand pioneer Wetekia Ruruku Elkington
* Improved search experience in the Gospel Library app
* Church wheelchair donations aid mobility on the islands of Guam and Palau
* Ceremony marks 175th anniversary of Mormon Battalion participation in U.S. flag-raising in Los Angeles
* Overnight fire at the Orem Utah Temple extinguished, under investigation
* Is the Joseph Smith picture real: Next steps and reaction from historians
7/27
* Overnight fire at the Orem Utah Temple extinguished, under investigation
* Apostle Throws Ceremonial First Pitch at Major League Baseball Game
* Now You Can Find the Church on Spotify and Other Music Streaming Services
* Episode 94: New Relief Society President Camille N. Johnson on how understanding divine nature and purpose leads to lasting happiness
* Church funding helps CARE improve conditions in Syrian camps
* BYU, Packers alum Brady Poppinga on how serving a mission prepared him for the NFL
7/26
* Divine nature and purpose: The incoming Relief Society general president’s message to women of the Church
* Mary Richards: What a long, muddy, challenging bike ride taught me about the covenant path
* Cousin connection: ‘DNA Journey’ links 5 siblings with Olympic medalist, British celebrity and Emmy-winning entertainer
* Elder Christofferson speaks on the ‘outsized influence’ of the Mormon Battalion
* Mark your calendars: The next Friend to Friend is coming this week
* Highlights from Relief Society General Presidency’s last 5 years of service
* Here’s July’s fifth Sunday lesson topic as announced by the Church
* “The Movement of a Great Nation”: A Momentous Chapter in Our History
7/25
* Would you have crossed the Plains as a pioneer? Here’s how crisis can reveal your character
* Church breaks ground for first chapel in Central African country of Angola
* 1974 revisited: 25 noteworthy events and elements tied to the Washington Temple dedication
* Days of '47 Parade delights crowds with floats, music and much more
* See photos celebrating 175 years of pioneer courage at the Days of ’47 Parade
* President Oaks and other leaders have addressed the Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit. What is it and why does it matter?
* Maryland members make 20-mile trek possible for teenage boy in a wheelchair
* This week on social: Messages that peace is available, there is hope for the future and miracles happen
* Want to research your pioneer ancestors for Pioneer Day? Here’s how
* Why America needs Pioneer Day this year more than ever
* ‘Never Give Up on Yourselves’
* Latter-day Saints building first temple in the Valley
* Latter-day Saints youth group joins island cleanup
7/23-7/24
* President Henry B. Eyring counsels BYU–Idaho graduates: In your lifetime of learning, seek personal revelation
* President Ballard Dedicates Monument to Black Pioneers
* Elder Renlund Helps Youth Attending FSY Each Feel the Savior’s Love
* Elder Uchtdorf Tells Seattle FSY Participants, ‘Your Strength is the Savior’
* New Tabernacle Choir Managing Director Named
* Pioneers in Every Land: European Experiences Span Nations and Generations
* Church responds to possible photo of Joseph Smith discovered by one of his descendants
* ESPY Award for former BYU soccer great Ashley Hatch
* 3 things incoming Primary General President Susan H. Porter wants Primary leaders to know
* Church refurbishes Congolese school in central Africa
* Utah man travels 1,400 miles in wagon to retrace path of Mormon pioneers
7/22
* Apostles Share Examples, Anecdotes of Their Personal ‘Pioneers’
* Pioneers in Every Land: Meet Priscilla Yellowhead Tobey of Canada
* President Nelson Posts About Labels and True Identity
* Three ‘Presidents’ Instruct, Recognize BYU–Idaho Graduates
* Church refurbishes Congolese school in central Africa
* How Elder Renlund helped youth at FSY feel the Savior’s love, one by one
* Jean Bingham serves as first woman grand marshal for Days of ’47 Parade
7/21
* At a Catholic Conference in Rome, President Oaks Offers Four Ways to Strengthen Religious Freedom
* Historian Shares How Brigham Young Was the ‘Indispensable Pioneer’
* How Brigham Young First Arrived in the Salt Lake Valley
* Pioneers in Every Land: Norbert K. Ounleu Witnessed of the Ivory Coast
* Podcast: Church Historian and Recorder Talks About Vital Role of Church History
* Pioneers in every land: Europe’s experiences span generations and nations — with ties to basketball and yoga
* Church renovates South Africa youth center damaged in hailstorm
* President Nelson posts about labels and true identity
* Days of ’47 Parade float features story of seafaring saints
* Windows broken overnight at 8 Latter-day Saint meetinghouses in southern Utah
7/20
* Episode 93: New Primary General President Susan H. Porter on how teaching and serving children can be life-changing
* JustServe Cemetery Project Prepares for President Ballard’s New England Visit
* BYU star Courtney Wayment to race for the world steeplechase crown
* JustServe featured in Colorado 4th of July parade
* Who is Jared Birchall? BYU grad, Latter-day Saint is top adviser to Elon Musk, world’s richest man
* Piece of Church History Now Part of Permanent Display in BYU-Idaho Center
7/19
* How JustServe Became the Answer to Prayers in Haiti
* JustServe Launches in New Zealand With Large Quilt Project
* What Prepared Sister Tracy Y. Browning to Be First Black Woman to Serve in a General Presidency
* Learn about the 2 temple locations announced in Brazil this year
* What President Porter learned about labels after her husband’s death
* Lives change in New England through cemetery service projects before President Ballard’s visit
* 1847 trek: Day-by-day summary of vanguard company’s last weeks on the trail
* New Monument at This is the Place Heritage Park honors Black pioneers
7/18
* Tabernacle Choir Performs ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ Summer Concert
* In case you missed it: Elder Uchtdorf’s surprise FSY visit, Tabernacle Choir’s concert, plus seven more articles
* Learn about these 15 new stake presidents — from Bountiful to Bolivia
* Ronald K. Esplin, director of the Brigham Young Papers Project: How Brigham Young was the indispensable pioneer
* Legacy of missionary work, temple worship ensures Christ-centered future for Japan’s Latter-day Saints
* For first time in 2 years, Tabernacle Choir performs for the general public with ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ Pioneer Day concert
* What I learned from FSY: A young woman from Georgia describes her experience
* Celebrating Pioneer Day? Here’s what to eat
* Elder Ardern Dedicates Student Dormitory in Fiji
7/16-7/17
* Empowering Women, Feeding Refugees and Building Schools: Service From Latter-day Saints Around the World
* FamilySearch Unites Generations During Book Fair in Brazil
* Pioneers in Every Land: From Rio de Janeiro to North Dakota, Rudá Martins’ Faith Felt by All
* This Year, Let’s Tell Pioneer Stories That Are More Than True
* Wide-ranging Exhibition at BYU’s Museum of Art Celebrates Power of Christian Symbolism
* This week on social: Farewell messages from leaders of Relief Society, Primary general presidencies
* Pioneers in every land: Norbert K. Ounleu has seen the restored gospel grow exponentially in the Ivory Coast and in Africa
* Ceremony scheduled to reveal first Utah monument honoring Black pioneers
* An inside look at key moments in the life of Don Bluth, animator, film director and Latter-day Saint
* Missing boy back with family after night in wilderness
* 'He was just taken': 16-year-old drowns in Lake Michigan swimming with church youth group
* High Plains Food Bank Receives Sizable Donation
7/15
* For the Strength of Youth Conferences Expand to US and Canada
* Categories Simplifed on Church Donation Forms
* From Basketball Rivals to Missionary Companions: ‘We Are All Essential to God’s Team’
* Monthly Potluck Luncheons Help JustServe Flourish in Arizona
* Elder Cook, Europe leaders participate in U.K. conference on preventing violence, promoting religious freedom
* Stakes in Peru hold blood donation events four weeks in a row
* JustServe launches in New Zealand with large quilt project
* Keith A. Erekson: This year, let’s tell pioneer stories that are more than true
* 25 years ago: A look back at the sesquicentennial pioneer trek reenactment
* What’s the shortest distance between two meetinghouses in the Philippines? 50 feet
* See 25 of our favorite photos from the 1997 sesquicentennial pioneer trek reenactment
* BYU speech program keeps accreditation after cutting transgender services
7/14
* FamilySearch hosts booth at popular São Paulo international book fair
* 25 years ago: A look back at the sesquicentennial pioneer trek reenactment
* Today is Sister Michelle D. Craig’s birthday. Here are 8 of her quotes from the past year
* Pioneers in every land: What the Book of Mormon means to Priscilla Yellowhead Tobey of Canada
* Is your life’s drill set in reverse? Bishop Budge on why ambitions should be Christlike
* See how thousands of Utahns will celebrate the 175th anniversary of Pioneer Day in 2022
* How this Latter-day Saint service missionary with spina bifida is helping to develop VR technology
* High Plains Food Bank receives donation of food, supplies from LDS church
* Elder and Sister Yamashita, Elder Whippy, Meet with Church Members in Vanuatu
7/13
* For the Strength of Youth Conferences Expand to US and Canada
* New Institute Class Teaches Young Adults How to Find Answers to their Gospel Questions
* Church helps develop new drinking water system for people in Panama
* 9 places in Salt Lake City to visit to learn more about pioneers
* Episode 92: Church historian and recorder, Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr., on the vital role of Church history
* 80K pounds of food distributed to Santa Maria non-profits
* Brigham Young Could Lose Accreditation Over Transgender Speech Services
7/12
* Elder Rasband and President Johnson Teach Primary Children in Alaska About the Holy Ghost
* See a Map of the Church’s 20-Plus Historic Sites in the U.S.
* Sister Amy A. Wright Enters ‘New’ Primary Calling with Experience, Perspective
* Temple District in Historic Nauvoo Recognized With Award of Excellence
* Sister Susan K. Banks, wife of Elder Ben B. Banks, dies at age 95
* How JustServe became the answer to prayer in Haiti
7/9-7/11
* Temple District in Historic Nauvoo recognized with Award of Excellence from national historical association
* These 35 new stake presidents were called to serve around the world — read about them here
* Pioneers in every land: From Rio de Janeiro to the prairies of North Dakota, Sister Martins’ faith is felt by all
* Wilton Architectural board tells proposed Latter-day Saints church to be more creative with its roofline
* How Music Helps Refugees
* Church Grant Helps WaterAid Respond to Malawi and Mozambique
* Elder Renlund Encourages Filipino Saints to Be Temple-Ready People
* How Lessons From Pioneers’ Trek to Salt Lake Valley Can Apply 175 Years Later
* Meet New Zealand’s First Service Missionary
* President Ballard: Pioneer Day Is More Than handcarts — It’s the Story of the Restoration
* Latter-day Saints in Malawi on Africa’s east coast rebuild bridge after Tropical Storm Ana
* Recent Church wheelchair donation commemorates 16 years of partnership in Argentina
* The lone Christian on the ballot
* Helping a Fiji Village Feed Its Families
7/8
* Service missions in Mexico double to meet current needs
* President Henry B. Eyring to speak at BYU–Idaho commencement in July
* Learn about the new Madrid Spain Temple president and matron
* Soloist announced for Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra’s summer ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ concert, plus how to watch
* First Latter-day Saint branch organized in Gambia
* Church expands Historic Kirtland with new Joseph Smith house restoration project
* Elder Ardern Thanks Latter-day Saint Bishops for Helping Youth Follow Christ
7/7
* How Susan H. Porter Hopes to Strengthen Children’s Faith as Primary General President
* Disabled Bodybuilder Crowned World Champion in Church-Donated Wheelchair
* How to Help Young Women Lead a Christ-Centered Camp
* Hyrum Smith’s Handwritten Copy of Doctrine and Covenants 11 Donated to the Church
* From basketball rivals to missionary companions: ‘We are all essential to God’s team’
* From donating essentials to making pierogies, western Canada welcomes Ukrainian refugees
* Church grant helps WaterAid provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene after storms in Malawi and Mozambique
* Read President Eyring’s blessing upon the missionaries, rising generation in the Tokyo temple rededicatory prayer
* A joyful flood: Hundreds of baptisms occurring in Mozambique after COVID-19 restrictions ease
* Episode 91: Managing Director of the Church History Department Matt Grow on the importance of celebrating past and present pioneers
* Where did the YSA ward come from?
* Is there a connection between intermittent fasting and COVID-19? Here’s what a new study found
* Religions must ‘double-down’ on doing good, being civil, CORL leaders say during visit with church
* Church Completes Renovation of Youth Centre After Devastating Hailstorm
7/4-7/6
* Citizenship in God’s Kingdom Is ‘Brightest Hope for Humanity,’ Elder Uchtdorf Says at Freedom Festival
* 13 Times Church Leaders Spoke About Religious Liberty During the Past Year
* Service missionary with a smile: Meet New Zealand’s first service missionary
* Monthly potluck luncheons help JustServe flourish in Arizona
* President Eyring rededicates Tokyo Japan Temple, Church’s longest-operating in Asia
* Latter-day Saints Reflect on History of Tokyo Japan Temple
* 12 Expressions of Religious Freedom by Past Church Leaders
* 22 new stake presidents and their counselors — from Argentina to Taiwan
* Whistling while walking: Hymns from the pioneer trail
* ‘Our history matters:' Mural featuring 4 prominent Black Utah women unveiled
7/2-7/3
* First Presidency announces name for temple in greater Guatemala City area
* Elder Cook meets with government officials in Kazakhstan
* Hyrum Smith’s handwritten copy of Doctrine and Covenants 11 donated to the Church
* With 4 temples under construction in their country, Elder Renlund urges Filipino Saints: Be a temple-ready people
* How the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square hope to bring ‘comfort and peace’ in July
* God's Storehouse receives 38,000 pounds of food
* Elder and Sister Ardern, Elder and Sister Yamashita Say Farewell and Thank–you to Peoples of the Pacific
7/1
* Elder Nash shares 3 principles and 5 how-tos of being converted unto the Lord
* Success awaits mission leaders when they align their hearts with God, promises Sister Wright
* Scott Taylor: An Apostle’s prayer for the Praia temple and ‘the miracle of the rain’
* New Stakes and New Stake Presidencies Announced in June 2022
* Emeritus General Authority Seventy Elder J. Richard Clarke remembered for his generosity, hard work and commitment to the gospel
* Public invited to see new monument honoring Black pioneers at This is the Place Heritage Park
6/30
* 2023 Curriculum to Focus on New Testament
* Upcoming Fifth-Sunday Meetings to Focus on Sharing the Gospel
* Young Women: How to help create a Christ-centered and youth-led camp
* Wise missionaries keep ‘multiple lines in the water’, teaches Elder Gong
* Church donates nearly $1 million to help after flooding in South Africa
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints donates $8,000 to VCAM
* Mormons now look liberal on abortion — by not changing
* Story Behind The Mesquite Stake Seminary Building
6/29
* Remembering the Martyrdom: 5 Articles About Joseph and Hyrum Smith
* Video: An Amputated Foot Hasn’t Stopped This Young Man From Running
* Why Indebtedness Is the New Thankfulness
* Elder Rasband on helping young mission leaders lead in the Savior’s way
* Elder Neil L. Andersen and Sister Kathy Andersen on how to lead as disciples of Jesus Christ
* Sister Barbara K. Christensen, wife of Elder Joe J. Christensen, dies at age 96
* Episode 90: Deseret News family policy reporter talks about her youth and what she learned about ‘seeing’ from blind parents
* In special sacrament meeting for mission leaders, President Nelson urges all to spend private time each day with the Lord
* Supreme Court sides with football coach in school prayer case
* Tallahassee couple will serve at Latter-day Saints mission in California
6/28
* Groundbreaking Announced for Willamette Valley Oregon Temple
* UK Fringe Events Go Nationwide to Support Freedom of Religion or Belief
* 7 Lessons Elder Bednar Has Learned About Obedience Over Past 50 Years
* Elder Brook P. Hales Shares ‘3 Simple Gifts’ With BYU–Hawaii Graduates
* From Disney Artist to General Relief Society Leader, Sister Kristin M. Yee Is Guided by Trusting God
* Sharing the Gospel Broadcast Encourages Latter-day Saints to Love, Share, Invite
* Mission leader success, teaches Elder Renlund, comes when their missionaries become faithful disciples of Christ
* Anchor missionary work to scripture teachings, Elder Holland counsels mission leaders
* Understanding and being committed to the Savior is fundamental for all missionaries, declares President Oaks
* Elder Bednar shares 7 lessons on ‘the blessed and happy state’ of obedience
* Remembering the martyrdom: 5 articles about Joseph and Hyrum Smith, 178 years after their deaths
* Video: How Batchlor Johnson IV is sharing his testimony of the Church of Jesus Christ and the temple on social media
* First Presidency announces Oct. 29 groundbreaking for Willamette Valley Oregon Temple
* Create a Savior-focused mission culture, President Cordon teaches new mission leaders
* Community And Church Members Play Vital Role In Connecting The Sugar Land 95 Leased Convicts With Living Family Members
6/27
* Elder Christofferson teaches 3 fundamental roles of the Spirit ‘in the great work of salvation and exaltation’
* Elder Hales shares with BYU–Hawaii graduates ‘3 simple gifts will benefit you’
* New leaders called to serve in 10 stakes in London, Nigeria and North America
* From Disney artist to general Relief Society leader, Sister Yee is guided by her trust in the Lord
* Elder Soares teaches mission leaders about the ‘magnificent ordinance of baptism’
* Elder Cook shares 3 ways to help establish and build up the Church
* Elder Uchtdorf explains why not having all the answers is a blessing
* Sarah Jane Weaver: The kindness shown to me by a Church leader who had every reason to hold back
* Relieving the poor: The Ephraim Relief Society Granary
6/25-6/26
* The Church of Jesus Christ Donates Millions to Flood Relief Efforts in South Africa
* First Presidency, Apostles Train and Inspire New Mission Leaders During Seminar
* President Oaks, President Ballard open 2022 Seminar for New Mission Leaders with focus on sacred work, spiritual gifts
* Roe v. Wade ends: Latter-day Saint leaders urge members ‘to protect life and to preserve religious liberty’
* Church's Position on Abortion
* Church Donation Helps Arizona Food Pantry Devastated by Fire
* Why Pro Basketball Player Elijah Bryant Shares the Gospel on Social Media
* Elder Stevenson offers 6 guiding principles in using ‘Preach My Gospel’
* This week on social: Church leaders share about temples, the Book of Mormon, Juneteenth and more
* Video: Elder Holland, Elder Cook and Bob Abrams discuss building bridges between their ‘Two Communities’
* First Presidency announces open house, dedication dates for 2 temples in South America
* How to know which are the nearly 90 temples allowing patrons to do proxy work without appointments
* ‘Top of the line’: What former Hollywood producers are saying about the Book of Mormon videos
6/24
* Elder Holland Dedicates Heber Valley Camp Pavilion Named for Sister Ardeth G. Kapp
* Look Inside the Renovated Idaho Falls FamilySearch Center
* Tabernacle Choir’s ‘Logistical Wiz’ Retiring
* Family matters: Family Values Award given to honorary consul in the Philippines
* Watch: Getting his foot amputated hasn’t stopped this young man from running
* How former BYU and Utah Jazz player Andy Toolson is staying busy these days
* 8 church history insights to learn from the latest volume of the Joseph Smith Papers
6/23
* The Importance of Water Conservation
* Latter-day Saint leaders reduce watering at temples, meetinghouses in American West during drought
* Elder Cook Meets With Leaders of Kazakhstan
* Leaders of General Women’s and Children’s Organizations Minister in Mexico
* 6 Things Youth Can Get by Attending FSY
* Arizona Teens Use JustServe to Gather Almost 11,000 Hygiene Items for Charity
* Sister J. Anette Dennis: Trust That the Lord ‘Will Meet You Were You Are’
* Church response helps Arizona food pantry devastated by fire
* Tabernacle Choir’s ‘logistical wiz’ Barry Anderson retiring after more than 2 decades
* Hong Kong Temple — a sacred place of hope, faith and family — to reopen
* Episode 89: Latter-day Saint researcher on how cultivating thankfulness, indebtedness to God increases overall happiness
* Idaho Falls FamilySearch Center is renovated and open for the community
6/22
* Read Elder Andersen’s tribute to Cabo Verde in the dedicatory prayer of the Praia temple
* New Testament ‘Come, Follow Me’ for 2023 now available online
* Sister Bonnie S. Hammond, wife of Elder F. Melvin Hammond, dies at age 86
* California Youth Participate in ‘Indexathon’ for 1950 U.S. Census
* Missionary Wins 3 Medals at 2022 Special Olympics USA Games
* More Than Half of Stakes in Europe Are in Which 3 Countries?
* Why NBA/EuroLeague champ and BYU alum Elijah Bryant shares the gospel via social media, no apologies
* Look inside the renovated Idaho Falls FamilySearch Center
6/21
* A Juneteenth Update on How the NAACP and the Church Are Blessing God’s Children
* Hong Kong Temple to Reopen
* Praia Cabo Verde Temple Dedicated
* How the new Praia Cape Verde Temple will bless the country and its people, increase holiness and complete families
* More than half of stakes in Europe are in what 3 countries?
* How Sister Dennis learned to trust that the Lord ‘will meet you where you are’
* 6 things youth can get by attending FSY
* Latter-day Saint folk tales to tell around the campfire
* LDS apostle David Bednar visits Yakima Valley
* First Branch Created in The Republic of The Gambia
6/20
* Missionary Dies in Mexico Bicycle Accident
* 15 Quotes About Fathers From the First Presidency, Apostles
* Ground Broken for Yorba Linda California Temple
* Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Smithfield Utah Temple
* This Father’s Day on social: Take time to remember Father in Heaven
* Love, need, promise: The 3 phrases Elder Andersen underscored with Cabo Verde youth on eve of temple dedication
* How a 2004 refueling visit to Cabo Verde by then-current and future Church presidents ties into a new temple in Praia
* Season 5 of the Book of Mormon Videos has the ‘ultimate benefit’ of bringing people to Christ
* 18 new and reorganized stakes — from Nevada to Nigeria
* Carole Mikita: Connecting with the missionaries who taught my mother
* Learn more about your Civil War Era ancestors in honor of Juneteenth
* Black BYUH students open up about their pain and joy and what Juneteenth means to them
6/18-6/19
* Filming Begins for Final Season of 'Book of Mormon Videos' Series
* Religious Leaders from New York Visit Church Headquarters
* What Elder Cook and New York religious leaders say about religious liberty
* Missionaries in Canada, Minnesota Help Save Homes, Distribute Food
* Sister Costa Teaches BYU–Pathway Students About Becoming ‘Learners of Divinity’
* Utah Governor Honors Tabernacle Organist Richard Elliott With Artist Award
* BYU Law School Cracks Top 10 for Graduates Passing Bar Exam
* Meet the missionary who won 3 medals at the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games
* Church’s women leaders minister in Mexico, encourage faithfulness to Jesus Christ
* Ward and stake leaders invited to ‘Sharing the Gospel’ broadcast
* Pittsfield’s South Community Food Pantry receives donation of 40,000 pounds of food
6/16-6/17
* BYU cracks the top 10 — in law school graduates passing the bar exam
* Utah governor honors Tabernacle organist Richard Elliott with artist award
* St. George Utah Temple Visitors’ Center to host ‘Stories and Music of Pioneers’ in July, August
* 800 youth in northern California participate in ‘indexathon’ for 1950 U.S. Census
* Service-centered soldier: Vietnam Veteran receives well-deserved recognition
* FamilySearch announces RootsTech 2023 will be virtual and in person
* President Camille N. Johnson Says We Can #HearHim in Diverse, Unique Ways
* More than ten thousand visitors toured the Praia Cabo Verde temple
* Why BYU’s Courtney Wayment insists her recent individual national title was a ‘team’ win
* Today is Elder Bednar’s 70th birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Severe flooding at Yellowstone National Park affecting Latter-day Saints
* The anonymous donation that launched Tabernacle Choir organist Richard Elliott’s career
* A tractor-trailer is on its way from Utah with 40,000 pounds of food for a Pittsfield food pantry
6/15
* Joanne Wells Tingey, 88, wife of Elder Earl C. Tingey, remembered for many talents that blessed her family and the Church
* Sister Costa teaches BYU–Pathway students how they can become true ‘learners of Divinity’
* Battling Neonatal Mortality, Renovating a University Auditorium and Documenting Forgotten Graves: Service from Latter-day Saints Around the World
* Relief Society in Action, June 2022
* BYU Javelin Star Ashton Riner Wins National Championship
* Courtney Wayment’s Stellar BYU Track Career Ends with Record-Setting National Title
* Meet Incoming Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson
* Arizona teens using JustServe gather almost 11,000 hygiene items for charity
* Song-filled summer for Tabernacle Choir includes ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ concert, call for auditions
* Episode 88: President Steven J. Lund and Sister Rebecca L. Craven on how FSY conferences can strengthen the faith of the rising generation
* Sandbagging and service: How missionaries in Canada and Minnesota are saving homes and helping others
* New leaders called for 6 stakes from Norway to Samoa
* Trek to the temple: The story of the 1st couple sealed in the Washington D.C. Temple
* Learn more about the recently announced temple locations in the southern United States
* How one Latter-day Saint mother worked her way through medical school with 9 kids
* See photos of the Urdaneta Philippines Temple receiving its Angel Moroni statue
* Moray man Robert Sacawa jailed for waving replica gun at Mormons
6/12-6/14
* ‘Go ye into all the world’: How Apostles’ travel looks different after pandemic
* Elder Nattress and Elder Gordon Welcome Papua New Guinean Saints to Sydney
* Courtney Wayment’s stellar BYU track career ends with record-setting national title
* Church representatives share resiliency lessons and humanitarian efforts at Summit of the Americas and Interreligious Forum
* Elder Uchtdorf Gives 5 Ways to Teach More Like Jesus Christ
* Love Thy Neighbor: A Special Tabernacle Choir Event
* More than 1,000 pallets of food latest effort to deliver supplies to those in Ukraine
* Church releases new rendering for Yorba Linda California Temple. See what’s different
* How service, trusting in the Lord has shaped the life of incoming Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson
* Thousands journey to Texas to be extras in this Biblical scene for ‘The Chosen’
* These 3 soccer stars are shining on the field — and sharing their faith
* Final day for the DC Latter Day Saints Temple open house
6/11
* A New Rendering of the Yorba Linda California Temple Is Released
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* What a Sikh Parade in Edmonton Taught Latter-day Saints About Religious Freedom
* Giving Grace and Finding Peace Through Infertility
* This week on social: How a ‘heart-racing’ rappelling experience relates to a relationship with Jesus Christ
* President and prime minister of Cape Verde tour the Praia Cape Verde Temple during the open house
* Today is President Bingham’s birthday. Here are 8 of her quotes from the past year
* BYU javelin star Ashton Riner now answering to a new title: national champ
* How to watch the ‘Teaching in the Savior’s Way’ broadcast
* Former New York Attorney General Robert Abrams is honored for his friendship; there is a need to build bridges, he says
* Elder Andersen asks members in Japan, Korea to share their belief in Jesus Christ
* Chocolate shop apologizes, renames Book of Mormon-themed Twinkies
6/10
* The Church of Jesus Christ Honors Jewish Friend and Bridge Builder Robert Abrams
* Man arrested for shots fired near LDS Hill Cumorah Visitor’s Center
* Church History Museum Opens Exhibition of Latter-day Saint Artists
* Covenant Path Mural Seen by Thousands at Utah Ancient Tabernacle Exhibit
* Teaching in the Savior’s Way Broadcast with Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf
* What You Need to Know Before Visiting Church Historic Sites and Pageants This Summer
* BYU Announces New Arts Building Will Replace Harris Fine Arts Center
* Elder Christofferson Encourages Faith, Fellowshipping While Ministering in Peru and Bolivia
* How Working at Deseret Industries Helped Former Stake President Heal From Depression
* How BYU students are using technology to help transcribe Wilford Woodruff documents
* A brief history of Latter-day Saint women’s cookbooks
6/9
* ‘Get All the Education You Can,’ President Ballard Tells Utah Latino Youth
* Gunman at Hill Cumorah fires 22 shots, no one injured at Latter-day Saint visitors’ center
* Giving grace and finding peace through infertility
* Several Latter-day Saint athletes vie for NCAA track and field championship titles
* Where does the church rank among Glassdoor’s top 100 ‘best places to work’?
* Why Latter-day Saint missionaries returning home should be screened for tuberculosis
6/8
* Elder Andersen Invites Young Adults in Asia to Participate in the Work of the Lord
* Empower Women by Strengthening Identity, Relationships and Service, Says Sister Carol F. McConkie
* Despite Challenges of the World, Elder and Sister Holland Affirm ‘Gospel of Jesus Christ Is the Answer’
* The story behind the covenant-path mural now seen by tens of thousands of visitors at Utah’s ancient tabernacle exhibit
* Episode 87: Looking back on what Church leaders, others of influence have said about the historic Washington D.C. Temple
* BYU to construct new arts building — replacing Harris Fine Arts Center
* Dean of education encourages students to believe in the testimony of others
6/7
* Elder Denelson Silva: The Answer to God Is Always ‘Yes’
* JustServe Volunteers Help Oregon Salvation Army
* Newly Discovered Lawsuit Gives Insight to Joseph Smith, Church History
* Summer of Gathering: FSY Conferences Begin in U.S., Canada
* A life shaped by service — Elder Robert L. Backman dies at age 100
* How Latter-day Saint youth are finding comfort, gaining strength at FSY
* 2022 youth theme concert, ‘Trust in the Lord,’ broadcast worldwide Saturday night
* Church membership grew in 49 of 50 states over past 10 years
* Tampa Bay Rays players cite faith to explain concerns about ‘Pride Night’
6/6
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson Reflects on Tokyo Japan Temple Open House
* Video shows installation of floor-to-ceiling art at visitors’ center of Tokyo Japan Temple
* Youth Encouraged to ‘Trust in the Lord’ at Strive to Be Concert
* Ground Broken for Burley Idaho Temple
* Why working at Deseret Industries helped a former stake president heal from depression
* Vanessa Fitzgibbon: The field is still ready in Brazil and South America
* First of 212 summer FSY sessions finishes with surprise visit from Elder Rasband
* Empower women and girls by strengthening identity, relationships and service, says Sister Carol F. McConkie
* With one week left, Washington D.C. Temple open house hits milestone
* Latter-day Saints can soon attend the temple without scheduling an appointment
* New Zealand’s First Service Missionary Finally gets His Chance to Serve
* FSY conferences welcome youth to BYU campus
6/2-6/5
* What you need to know before visiting Church historic sites, pageants this summer
* Children are invited to learn more about temples in new Friend to Friend broadcast
* Watch ‘Strive to Be’ concert this weekend with the theme ‘Trust in the Lord’
* 12 more temples having moved to normal operations — in North America, Europe, Africa and Australia
* Church members welcome the public to open house events in Africa
* Newly discovered lawsuit involving Joseph Smith in St. Louis gives new insight into Church history
* NHL’s lone Latter-day Saint hockey player is one step from the Stanley Cup Finals
* FSY returns to BYU campus for first time after 2 years
* What We Learn as Elder Bednar Answers Questions at the National Press Club
* Live Nauvoo and British Pageants Return in July 2022
6/1
* Take a look inside the newly renovated Tokyo Japan Temple as public tours begin
* Acts of service and donations bless lives in Colombia
* Episode 86: Sister Carol F. McConkie, a former member of the Young Women general presidency, on building bridges through service, advocacy and education
* Bells at Temple Square concert in June with in-person, virtual viewing options
* Today is President Eyring’s 89th birthday. Here are 9 quotes from him this year
* The Latter-day Atlas who helped hold up World Expo
5/31
* Beloved Tokyo Japan Temple Opens to the Public Following Renovation
* Tokyo Japan Temple begins public-facing phase with tours, photos, video
* Elder Soares’ Pacific Area ministry includes devotionals for all ages broadcast across New Zealand and Australia
* Australian Latter-day Saints Respond to Apostle's Message
* Connecting with ancestors, honoring military members on Memorial Day
* Commissioner Distributes 200 Wheelchairs Among Disabled Persons
* Perspective: Latter-day Saints need to tell their own stories
* Sergeant Hugh Nibley’s Surprising Memories of D-Day
5/30
* Despite the challenges of the world, Elder and Sister Holland affirm: ‘The gospel of Jesus Christ is the answer’
* Elder Bednar answers questions from media following remarks at the National Press Club
* Summer of gathering for youth, YSAs as FSY conferences begin in U.S. and Canada
* Elder Denelson Urbano da Silva knew ‘something was ready to happen’
* Read about these 14 recently reorganized stake presidencies called to serve
* Sarah Jane Weaver: ‘Make no mistake about it’ — How President, Sister Nelson reminded me of my divine potential
* Summer of gathering for youth, YSAs as FSY conferences begin in U.S. and Canada
* 350 Wheelchairs, 50 Tricycles To Be Distributed Among Differently-Abled Persons
* Elder and Sister Nielson Joyously Return to South Australia
5/28-5/29
* Elder and Sister Soares Meet with Young Adults, Pioneer Latter-day Saints in Queensland
* Elder Soares Ministers to Latter-day Saints in New Zealand
* Live Performances of Nauvoo and British Pageants Return in July 2022
* Texas and Utah Youth Continue Family History Project to Honor Missionaries Killed One Year Ago
* Volunteers Review Millions of Names from 1950 Census
* Elder Gerrit W. Gong addresses an Inter-American interfaith forum in Mexico’s Senate Chambers
* This week on social: Apostles share insights from D.C. speech and global ministry trips
* The ways new donations from the Church will help health care in Nicaragua
* How Latter-day Saints in Poland are serving during the Ukraine conflict
* hich people of faith are the most likely to own guns?
* Why is Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young writing about love?
* 27 famous Americans found by FamilySearch in the 1950 U.S. census records
5/27
* Elder Bednar Tells the National Press Club About the Church of Jesus Christ
* New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022
* Church and its members mourn over ‘senseless’ shooting in Texas, Elder Bednar tells National Press Club
* Learn about the new temple president and matron called to serve in Honduras
* The day of service that bonded JustServe volunteers with the Salvation Army in Oregon
* Episode 85: Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland, with guest host Sheri Dew, Part 2 — Becoming disciples of Jesus Christ
* See photos and video of Angel Moroni statue being hoisted atop the Red Cliffs Utah Temple
* Why an abortion rights group is taking credit for vandalizing a Latter-day Saint chapel, other Washington churches
* The pioneer anthem: the compelling story behind ‘Come, Come, Ye Saints’
5/26
* ‘A tremendous opportunity and blessing’ — leaders and missionaries in Africa receive training from an Apostle
* Elder John C. Pingree Jr. Shares 3 Steps to Help You Reach Your Potential
* Gospel Truths and Education Set Us Free, Says Elder Brent H. Nielson
* Temple reopening status tracker — through May 24
* Elder Perkins shares common values at groundbreaking conference in Saudi Arabia
* Read Elder Bednar’s blessing upon the Saints in Guam in the dedicatory prayer of the Yigo temple
* The time President Gordon B. Hinckley had the National Press Club laughing out loud
* 50 years ago, Jack Anderson — Deseret News alum and Nixon nemesis — buried a Pulitzer Prize in his closet
* Utah groups donate minivans to Afghan families
* Threatening grafitti sprayed on four churches opposed to abortions
* Highlights from BYU Colleges: New dean for Undergraduate Education, BYU researchers fight male infertility
5/25
* Take a 360-Degree Look at the House of the Lord in Washington, D.C.
* BillionGraves and JustServe Volunteers Photograph Millions of Gravestones
* Elder Nielson teaches BYU–Pathway students how the truth will set them free
* BYU–Hawaii devotional: 3 invitations that provide the key to enduring sense of identity and meaningful belonging
* Episode 84: Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland, hosted by Sheri Dew. Part 1 — Service, health, faith and devotion to Jesus Christ
* Funeral potatoes: A history of the Latter-day Saint staple
* The Joy of Worshipping Together in New Zealand’s Northland
5/24
* Apostle Dedicates Yigo Guam Temple
* Elder Bednar dedicates first temple in Guam, asking members to ‘connect Jesus Christ with the temple’
* Apostle Concludes Africa Ministry at Nairobi Kenya Temple Site
* As Conflict in Europe Enters a Fourth Month, the Saints Continue to Serve Refugees
* Nebraska Missionaries Celebrate 175 Years Since Trek West
* How many names in the 1950 U.S. census have been reviewed? Plus, how to help
* Church members in Peru help their neighbors by giving blood and performing service in May
* Volunteers take millions of photos of gravestones, blessing people on both sides of the veil
* How the Holy Ghost taught a powerful message to youth in Guam — that they are not alone
* Perspective: Latter-day Saints should be depicted in more than just disturbing true-crime shows
* Salt Lake City International Airport connecting the crossroads of the West with the heart of Europe
5/23
* BYU Squad a ‘Top-5 Team’ in Sandhurst Military Competition
* Volunteers take millions of photos of gravestones, blessing people on both sides of the veil
* Learn about areas of recently announced temples in Spanish-speaking South America
* Learn about these 15 reorganized stake presidencies from around the world
* Youth in Texas and Utah continue family history project in honor of two missionaries killed one year ago
* Church’s donations in the Philippines to help with childhood immunizations
* Scott Taylor: Just how historic was the May 15 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults with President and Sister Nelson?
* Food insecurity very real issue in community
5/21-5/22
* Elder Ronald A. Rasband meets with Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi
* Montpelier Idaho Temple Site Announcement
* BYU Squad a ‘Top-5 Team’ in Sandhurst Military Competition
* This week on social: President Nelson’s blessing from the young adult devotional — ‘I bless you to know the truth about who you are’
* One important way the Church is helping remove barriers to education in Mozambique
* Missionaries pull handcarts in Nebraska parade in 175th anniversary year of trek west
* Saints celebrate, show gratitude for a temple in Guam through music and dance
* Learn about the new Singapore Mission president and companion
* BYU’s animated shorts have won awards in 3 decades. Now you can finally watch them all online
* The uniters of Loudoun County
* Sterling class: Which BYU players have a realistic chance of being drafted into the NFL next year?
5/20
* Church Leader Shares Common Values in Saudi Arabia
* JustServe and Interfaith Group Sew Quilts for Charity
* New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022
* Elder Uchtdorf to share principles of ‘Teaching in the Savior’s Way’ during June 12 broadcast
* Scott Taylor: Just how ‘historic’ was the May 15 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults with President and Sister Nelson?
* Video showcases Cabo Verde and its new Praia Cape Verde Temple — inside and out
* Read about the new temple president and matron called to serve in Philadelphia
* BYU squad of returned missionaries a ‘top-5 team’ — in storied Sandhurst military competition
* Why ‘The Chosen’ creator made a ‘final, definitive’ statement on Latter-day Saints and Jesus Christ
5/19
* Staying Close to the Spirit Is ‘Vital,’ General Authority Seventy Says
* Hundreds of women gather, make quilts during interfaith conference in Vernal, Utah
* Elder Valenzuela teaches BYU–Idaho students of what is vital to their spiritual, physical safety
* See 8 exterior, interior images of new Praia Cape Verde Temple, which starts its open house this week
* President Oaks calls on young adults to ‘stand fast with love’ in proclaiming truth
* 10 more temples moving to normal operations — in U.S., Canada, El Salvador, England, Spain and Australia
* Ashburn Church Shares Worship Space with Muslim Neighbors During Renovation – Loudoun Now
* Winning hearts one yard at a time: Two travelling missionaries serve B.C. communities through chores
* ‘He has a plan for me in baseball’: How Blake Whiting’s mission to the Dominican Republic impacted his life
* New Playground Equipment for the Osu Ghana Children's Home
* Elder Ulisses Soares to Visit New Zealand and Australia
5/18
* Church Leaders Encourage College Students to Proclaim Truth With Love
* Primary General Presidency: How Primary Songs Can Strengthen Your Spiritual Foundation
* Send it in: Have you accepted President Nelson’s invitation to end a personal conflict?
* Temple reopening status tracker — through May 17
* Episode 83: Deseret News religion reporter Kelsey Dallas on the importance of religious freedom
* Go behind the scenes with ‘The Chosen’ during the filming of Season 3 in Texas
* Senior Latter-day Saint leader to speak at National Press Club near White House
* Visiting church missionaries help the Sisters community, for free, through various acts of service
* President Dallin H. Oaks shares 5 ways Latter-day Saints can proclaim truth with love
* The Latter-day Saint ghost town that keeps emerging from Lake Mead
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints donates more than 300 wheelchairs for DISID clients
5/17
* Elder Ryan K. Olsen: Blessings Come From Trusting God
* Tours of Ancient Tabernacle Replica Point Visitors to Christ and Temple Covenants
* How to Order Products From the Church’s Online Store
* See the Church’s Growth Over 191 Years
* Young adults pack Conference Center, overflow seating with largest crowds since pandemic
* Serving Those Who Serve: How the Church Supports Military Members and Their Families
* Primary general presidency: How Primary songs can help ‘strengthen your spiritual foundation’
* Young adults fill the Conference Center, take home a message of true identity
* New U of U housing groundbreaking in collaboration with Ivory Foundation and local church
* Elder Rasband Leads Historic Leadership Meeting in Southern Africa
5/16
* President Nelson asks young adults, ‘Decide what kind of life you want to live forever’
* President Ballard Honors Joseph Smith’s Ancestry While Ministering in New England
* Video: Joseph Smith family’s foundation in Topsfield, Massachusetts
* Youth and young adults lead tours at ancient tabernacle replica, pointing to Christ and temple covenants
* Leaders called for 3 new stakes and 5 reorganized stakes — from Argentina to Zanesville, Ohio
* The historical significance of Topsfield, Massachusetts, to Latter-day Saints, the community and President Ballard
* Elder Ryan K. Olsen knows blessings await those who trust in the Lord
5/14-5/15
* The 2021 Annual Report: How the Church of Jesus Christ Cared for God’s Children
* How to watch President and Sister Nelson’s Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Headed to Temple Square for May 15 young adult devotional? Here are 11 things to see and do
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How President Russell M. Nelson made the Salt Lake Temple renovation relevant worldwide
* How a unique student housing project at the U. could generate $1B in student aid over 99 years
* See how much was spent on charity in 2021 by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* 2 men face hate crime charges for separately setting fire to a Latter-day Saint mission car, church
* An apostle’s first memory is from inside a temple
* Why the Tabernacle Choir is launching a new recital series featuring world-class organists
5/13
* Primary Children’s Hospital in Utah Celebrates 100 Years
* Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults with President Russell M. Nelson and Sister Wendy W. Nelson
* Temple Square Renovation Update: May 2022
* Africa, Philippines Lead Church Growth Over Past 10 Years
* BYU’s Old Testament Art Exhibition Arrives at Perfect Time for ‘Come, Follow Me’ Students
* JustServe Helps Provide Prom Dresses and Life Skills to Foster Youth
* New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022
* What One Senior Missionary Couple Wants Others to Know About Serving Through Challenges
* Serving those who serve: How the Church is supporting military members and their families
* Learn about the new leaders of 3 temples in Brazil, Washington and California
* BYU’s Old Testament art exhibition arrives at perfect moment for ‘Come, Follow Me’ students
5/12
* Church Releases First Virtual Tour of Historic Washington D.C. Temple
* Mongolia Receives Vital Pandemic Resources From the Church
* BYU-Hawaii President Shares 3 Principles to Help During Trials
* Elder Isaac K. Morrison: Attending Seminary Led to Testimony and Baptism
* Focus on Christ, Act on His Strength, Sister Marriott Tells BYU Students
* General Conference Podcast Episodes Are Now Available
* Missionary Service Can Be Life-Changing, Elder Holland Says at MTC Devotional
* Born out of compassion and love, Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City turns 100 years old
* President and Sister Nelson to speak at May 15 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* How Elder Holland equates Greenwich Mean Time and 59-plus years to mission service
* Two men arrested following shootout in Idaho Falls temple parking lot
5/11
* Groundbreaking Dates Set for Temples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Utah
* Curator Shares Some of Church’s Historical Connections to Washington, D.C.
* Follow Gospel’s ‘Fires of Faith,’ Elder Stevenson Tells Youth in Brazil
* Church Blood Drives Will Reach 1 Million Units This Year
* How Being ‘Curious, Careful, and Courageous’ Can Enhance Your Scripture Study
* President Ballard: How to Prepare for and Use Your Patriarchal Blessing
* Read Elder Stevenson’s prayer for Latter-day Saints during the dedication of the Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple
* Packed plane in beloved ‘Candy Bomber’ Gail S. Halvorsen’s name sends supplies to Ukraine
* Why 2 women drive 14 hours to deliver aid to a Ukrainian meetinghouse transformed into a refugee waystation
* ‘No politics here’: The many faiths in Poland responding to the refugee crisis
* Episode 82: How a unique ‘Reverse Open House’ is helping build interfaith relationships in the Washington, D.C., area
* Groundbreaking dates set for new Ephraim Utah Temple and Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
* Two men arrested following shootout in Idaho Falls temple parking lot
* Lossiemouth man terrified missionaries with replica handgun
* Fire Destroys Homes on Tahitian Island, but Kindness of Neighbours Prevail
5/10
* Apostle Dedicates the Rio De Janeiro House of the Lord
* ‘Never forget what you felt,’ Elder Stevenson tells Latter-day Saints in Rio de Janeiro
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* Places of Refuge from the Storm
* Learn about areas of recently announced temples in California, Oregon
* Headed to Temple Square for May 15 young adult devotional? Here are 11 things to see and do
* What one senior missionary couple wants others to know about serving through challenges
* Why the donation of thousands of items of Latter-day Saint history in Mexico to a California university is a big deal
* Over 75 Volunteers Clean Up Blue Parkway
5/9
* This Mother’s Day on social: Church leaders pay tribute to the influence of mothers and women
* From Mother of Five to Mom of 200
* Ceremony Held for Construction of Elko Nevada Temple
* May 15 Worldwide Devotional Experiences Around Temple Square
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How a 14-day journey to the temple in Brazil is like all our temple journeys
* Elder Stevenson dedicates Rio de Janeiro temple — 8th dedicated in Brazil
* New general authority gained testimony while attending seminary before being a member of the Church
* On the eve of the temple dedication in Rio de Janeiro, Elder Stevenson answers questions about the gospel path
* Read about these 14 recently reorganized stake presidencies called to serve worldwide
* Fleet-footed Ellsworth sisters help pace BYU to storied Penn Relays relay title
* BYU Museum of Art opens ‘Prophets, Priests and Queens’ exhibit
* BYU women’s rugby wins 2022 national championship
5/7-5/8
* May 15 Worldwide Devotional Experiences Around Temple Square
* Apostles, family and fellow lawmakers pay tribute to the late Sen. Orrin G. Hatch
* President Oaks Honors the Life of Former Senator Orrin G. Hatch
* The Savior’s arms are open wide for a new temple in Rio de Janeiro
* 3 things to keep in mind to endure trials, according to BYU–Hawaii president
* This week on social: Elder Holland calls life ‘the most precious of all gifts’
* KSL NewsRadio turns 100 years old
* How an AncestryDNA kit reunited a family and ‘filled a gap’ on Mother’s Day
* Fleet-footed Ellsworth sisters help pace BYU to storied Penn Relays relay title
5/6
* What President Nelson wrote on social media about ‘thoughts and prayers’ to acknowledge National Day of Prayer
* Utah’s state and religious leaders recognize National Day of Prayer
* Senators, Supreme Court justices and ambassadors visit renovated Washington D.C. Temple
* Church wheelchair donations changing lives around the world
* Learn about these new leaders of temples in Guatemala and Panama
* Learn more about President Bingham and President Cordon’s 12-day ministry in 3 Asian countries
* Man charged with federal hate crime, arson in connection with Cape Girardeau church fire
* Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Discusses Church History with Australian Podcaster
* Hundreds visit Utah Capitol to honor Orrin Hatch — senator, father, friend
5/5
* Sikh Leaders from Dubai Meet with First Presidency
* JustServe interfaith effort leads to prom dresses and pampering for young women in need
* The Utah Area presidency’s vision and concerns for its members
* The Church’s historical connections to Washington, D.C.
* Learn more about President Bingham and President Cordon’s 12-day ministry in 3 Asian countries
* The religious liberty legacy of Orrin Hatch
5/4
* Focus on Christ and act on His strength, teaches Sister Neill F. Marriott at BYU devotional
* 16 more temples moving to Phase 4 — in U.S., France, Africa Central and South America
* Church’s European leaders meet with Latin America, Caribbean diplomats to discuss faith, human dignity
* Episode 81: Davis and Asialene Smith, founders of the Cotopaxi gear company, on being better member missionaries
* ‘Like a big oak tree’: KSL Newsradio celebrates 100 years of serving Utah
* What Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson said about his visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center
* Nashville Tribute Band to play Idaho Falls concert this week
5/3
* Video: How temples connect Latter-day Saints with the Savior
* Open House Begins for Yigo Guam Temple
* See inside the new Yigo Guam Temple and learn of its ‘traveling open house’
* Nigerian young single adults donate to help orphans after asking, ‘Have I done any good?’
* Caring for Friends honors year’s top volunteers
* Jon Ryan Jensen: Sharing temple testimonies in ways that weren’t possible during previous open house
* Part 1: A historic first for temple dedications and rededications — and the senior Church leaders who do them
* Part 2: A historical look at temple dedications and the Church leaders who did them
* Torrington man charged with hate crime after setting fire to SUV
* Latter-day Saint Charities Helps Bring Potable Water to Isolated Families in French Polynesia
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints breaks ground on new temple in Farmington
5/2
* Groundbreaking Held for Farmington New Mexico Temple
* What Church leaders said about temples during the Washington D.C. Temple open house
* Temple dedications, dates and Church leaders offering dedicatory prayers
* 14 stake presidencies who recently began serving — from Park City to Peru
* A historic first for temple dedications and rededications — and the senior Church leaders who do them
* What Elder James W. McConkie III knows about the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to change lives
* Ground broken in Four Corners area for Farmington New Mexico temple
* Church blood drives produce nearly 1 million units for American Red Cross
* Africa, Philippines lead Church growth over past 10 years
* Perspective: Reflections on a memorable tour of the Washington D.C. Temple
* U.S. national team soccer star Ashley Hatch plays Washington D.C. Temple tour host for club teammates
* Historic Montpelier home relocated to make room for temple
4/30-5/1
* President Jean B. Bingham and President Bonnie H. Cordon Minister to Saints in Asia
* Latin American and Caribbean Diplomats Meet European Church Leaders to Discuss Faith, Human Dignity
* 13 Ways the Holy Ghost Helps Answer the Invitation to ‘Hear Him’
* Elder Mark D. Eddy: Invitation to Read the Book of Mormon Blessed His Life and Testimony
* FSY Spots Open to More Graduating Seniors This Year
* Institute Student Helps Package Meals Like Those He Survived on in Africa
* Refugees, Immigrants Receive Laptops and Training With Help From the Church
* Reindeer bus brings joy and toys to children around Vancouver, Canada, with help of JustServe
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in April 2022
* Brother Newman’s ABCs of digging deep into the word of God
* President M. Russell Ballard shares counsel on preparing for — and then utilizing — patriarchal blessings
* 3 frequently asked questions, and answers, about patriarchal blessings
* The rumor involving Latter-day Saints that producers of ‘The Chosen’ want to squash
4/29
* Video: The light — and lack of shadows — in the Washington D.C. Temple
* US Senators, Representatives and Supreme Court Justices Visit the Washington D.C. House of the Lord
* See which national leaders have toured the Washington D.C. Temple, from the Supreme Court to Congress
* U.S. national team soccer star Ashley Hatch plays Washington D.C. Temple tour host for club teammates
* What Have Invited Guests Said About the Washington D.C. Temple?
* Youth to gather and serve their communities for Global Youth Service Day
* New leaders called for 2 temples — in Chile and Mexico
* Wilford Woodruff personal Bible, son’s journals acquired by foundation
4/28
* Relief Society women around the world meet together, perform service throughout March and April
* How music is an unlikely tool that could help ease the burden of refugees in Europe
* 13 ways the Holy Ghost helps answer the invitation to ‘hear Him’
* More than 100 temples now in Phase 4, moving to normal operations
* Temple reopening status tracker — through April 27
* Latter-day Saint leaders and LGBTQ advocates deepen their relationship on Washington D.C. Temple tour
* 13 ways the Holy Ghost helps answer the invitation to ‘hear Him’
* Meet the German woman whose resilient refugee story weaves through the third volume of ‘Saints’
* Orrin Hatch will lie in state before his funeral services in Salt Lake City. Here’s how you can attend
* 2 churches combine efforts to help the needy
4/27
* Church funds help provide a place for children to learn and thrive in Serbia
* FSY spots open to more graduating seniors this year
* Episode 80: ‘Saints, Vol. 3’ editors detail documenting a history that highlights globalization of the Church and overcoming trials
* The unlikely tool that could help ease the burden of refugees in Europe
* Why a former senator is giving tours of the Washington D.C. Temple
* Are school prayer rules about to change?
* Lindon Utah Temple groundbreaking signals how the Lord is hastening His work
* Missionary Shares How His Conversion Started with an Allergic Reaction
* What the “Mother in Heaven” Gospel Topics Essay Teaches Us About Our Eternal Mother
* Construction status of LDS temples around the world
4/26
* Volume 3 of Saints Is Now Available
* Meet 7 of the inspiring women in ‘Saints, Vol. 3’
* How the Washington D.C. Temple Open House Is Creating Neighbors and Friends
* Refugees and immigrants receive laptops and digital literacy training with help from the Church
* Thousands of meals packaged by Weber Institute students, including one who relied on those same meals as a child
* Latest refugee efforts in Europe: Shoes in Netherlands, suture kits in Switzerland, welcome bags in the United Kingdom
* Latter-day Saint Ukrainian refugees find rest in Christ, kindness of others
* ‘Deep in my soul’: How an invitation to read the Book of Mormon blessed Elder Mark D. Eddy’s life and testimony
* Realtimecampaign.com Discusses Using US Census Records and Other Tools To Research Ancestry
* BYU to increase tuition by 3% starting fall semester
4/25
* First Presidency Statement on the Passing of Utah Senator Orrin G. Hatch
* LDS Church and West Side Baptist Lead Interfaith Prayer Service
* How the Washington D.C. Temple Open House Is Creating Neighbors and Friends
* Elder Uchtdorf Urges European Saints to Build Christ-Centered Unity
* ‘Greatly desiring to see thee’: Elder Uchtdorf shares message of joy, encouragement with German-speaking Saints in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
* Ground Broken for Lindon Utah Temple
* 23 new stake presidencies who were recently called to serve
* Latter-day Saint Ukrainian refugees find rest in Christ, kindness of others
4/23-4/24
* Volume 3 of Saints Is Now Available
* This week on social: 2 Apostles share insights about the temple during Washington D.C. Temple open house
* What those who visit are saying at the Washington D.C. Temple
* Tabernacle Choir creates new managing director position
* ‘It will take all of us’: How religious charities and volunteers are in a unique position to help relieve suffering in communities, globally
* Perspective: I’m a devout Latter-day Saint gay man. I’m married to a woman. This is my story
* Utah man from Ukraine helps his people at Polish border
* Laura Hales, Who Examined Her Church’s Tough Issues, Dies at 54
* Food Bank of York Region shows appreciation for church volunteers
* LDS work with other organizations on donations
4/22
* President Camille Johnson Addresses Religious Freedom Symposium in Iowa
* Video: How temple visitors are finding stillness, peace in the nation’s capital
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* The Temple Emphasizes Different Parts of the ‘Depth of Your Relationship With Christ’
* BYU–Idaho Leaders, Students, Staff Share Lessons From Pandemic ‘Sojourn’
* Focus, Center, Then Recenter, Elder Palmer Tells BYU Graduates
* Kanesville Tabernacle Church Historic Site Improving Experience for Visitors
* Welcoming media – traditional and social – to the Washington D.C. Temple
* 3rd ‘Saints’ volume shares global stories of hope, faith through pandemic, wars and challenges
* Elder Bednar writes about the Washington D.C. Temple, answers questions about why it exists
* An Orthodox Jew Goes Into an LDS Temple…
* 17-year-old sentenced in Fruita church fire
* High Plains Food Bank gets 18,000-lb. food donation, kicks off latest campaign
* Mormon Station seeks volunteers
4/21
* The Beauty of the Washington D.C. Temple ‘Lies in What You Cannot See’
* The Tabernacle Choir and Azamara Collaborate to Support Global Relief Efforts
* Trust Prophetic Words, Ensign College Leaders Say
* Young Women General Presidency Answers Who, What and Why of Preparing for FSY
* President Henry J. Eyring, BYU-Idaho students and staff reflect during devotional on lessons from pandemic ‘sojourn’
* Majority of operating temples now in Phase 4, moving to normal operations
* Video: Elder Bednar asks, why are we surprised by today’s youth
* What the Church did to restore, refurbish the Washington D.C. Temple and why it matters
* Unique collaboration between the Tabernacle Choir, Azamara cruise line to benefit relief efforts for 3 global nonprofits
* Personal Stories about Hamilton New Zealand Temple Appear after Rededication Announcement
* Third volume of church’s ‘Saints’ history released to eager audience
4/20
* Young Women general presidency: Answering the who, what and why of preparing for FSY
* JustServe Project in Idaho Falls Showed How the Savior Ministers to the One
* Latest temple updates: 72 of Church’s 170 dedicated temples now returning to normal operations
* Temple reopening status tracker — through April 19
* Episode 79: Elder Kevin W. Pearson on the positive influence Utah has on the global Church; featuring Sheri Dew as guest host
* Elder Bednar speaks of the Washington D.C. Temple: ‘It is not just about this building’
* Washington D.C. Temple draws people of diverse faiths as it opens for first time since 1974
* Latter-day Saint leader joins open letter to Georgia: LGBTQ, religious rights don’t have to conflict
* Man throws rocks at Brigham Young home in St. George
4/19
* Public Tours Begin for the Renovated Washington D.C. Temple
* The Beauty of the Washington D.C. Temple ‘Lies in What You Cannot See’
* See photographs of the inside of the Washington D.C. Temple
* Washington D.C. Temple Open House Inspires Interfaith Reverse Open House Series
* Seventy Likens BYU–Hawaii Graduates’ Growth to Types of Rock
* Church youth and young adults in Fiji participate in large painting service project
* Church helps give water tanks to residents affected by Australia’s ‘Black Summer’
* Perspective: How to be 97 years young
* Outside filmmaker for 'The Chosen' gets unprecedented access to LDS-owned set
4/18
* In exclusive national interview, Elder Bednar calls Washington D.C. Temple ‘a place of light, of peace’
* Ground Broken for Grand Junction Colorado Temple
* Leaders Testify of Risen Christ in Easter Social Posts
* Elder Holland’s Message for Latter-day Saints on Easter — and Every Day of the Year
* A JustServe project in Idaho Falls showed how the Savior ministers to the one
* Reverse Open House Series: How a temple open house inspired visits to other faiths’ sacred sites, events
* See graphics showing Church growth during 2021
* Elder and Sister Jaggi teach BYU–Hawaii graduates about becoming ‘modern-day rocks’ and leaders
* First-chair talent, life-long humility of the concertmaster for the Orchestra at Temple Square
* How to effectively plan, prepare for and participate in interfaith interactions
4/16-4/17
* Download April 2022 Chart of Church Leaders
* How Youth and Young Adults Are Using JustServe
* Church donates more than 9 tons of food and water to flooded Peru city
* Church members in El Salvador hold blood drive to help others in need
* New leaders called to serve in missions in Georgia, Ghana
* Church donates 38,000 pounds of food to Rockingham County's food drive
* What happened when a Chicago seminary class took over for their sick teacher
4/15
* President Nelson Is Now the Oldest President of the Church
* Painting a Methodist Church, Feeding the Hungry and Helping Abuse Survivors: Service from Latter-day Saints Around the World
* How the Church Is Helping Malnourished Children and Women in Nigeria
* ‘It just always brings me joy’: How youth and young adults are using JustServe, from high school clubs to service projects
* Read about the new leaders of temples in Ecuador, Texas and Tennessee
* Mesa Easter Pageant returns to temple grounds, presented as ‘gift’ to community
* The story behind the gilded 'Angel Moroni' statue seen atop the DC Mormon Temple
* A family with special connection to iconic DC Temple is excited for tours to begin
* Pilot killed in plane crash was ‘adventurous, beautiful’ woman who ‘brightened the room with her smile’
4/14
* 2022 Easter Message
* Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults with President Russell M. Nelson and Sister Wendy W. Nelson
* FamilySearch Announces New Director for the Family History Library
* Church donates more than 2.5 tons of food in Hong Kong during pandemic wave
* How the Church is helping malnourished children and women in Nigeria
* The Sin City saints
* Deseret Industries opens new thrift store, seeks new employees
4/13
* Elder Uchtdorf Tells Ukrainian Refugees in Poland that God Is With Them
* Church donates more than 300 wheelchairs in Honduras
* First 37 of Church’s temples start gradual return to normal operations
* Episode 78: How youth and young adults are changing lives using JustServe
* Temple reopening status tracker — through April 12
4/12
* Mesa Easter Pageant Returns to Temple Grounds as ‘Gift’ to Community
* Rededication Date Announced for the Hamilton New Zealand Temple
* A Look Back on Digital, Online Developments in Missionary Work
* Ensign College Graduates Include First Bachelor’s Degree Recipients
* Missionaries Are Messengers of Hope, Elder Uchtdorf Says in Germany
* FamilySearch announces new director for the Family History Library
* Elder Uchtdorf, a former refugee, promises Ukrainian refugees in Poland: ‘You are not alone’
* Paul Alan Cox sees through a beaker, darkly. And he likes his view
* As bombs fall on Ukraine, their mission continues
4/11
* Tabernacle Choir 2022 Easter Concert Available Online
* Construction Begins for Bahía Blanca Argentina Temple
* Read about latest humanitarian efforts from across Europe aiding refugees
* Amid Europe’s difficulties, Elder Uchtdorf spends a few minutes of quiet remembrance in Germany
* Latter-day Saint Charities donates vax carriers, cards to DOH-Zamboanga Peninsula
* Latter-day Saint Women Answer the Clarion Call to Serve
* Ukrainian man leaves Utah to go help his people
4/9-4/10
* Across Europe, Latter-day Saints Help Lead Humanitarian Efforts
* Church Opens New Meetinghouse in Downtown Salt Lake City
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* Elder Andersen Tells Graduates Four ‘Voices’ to Listen to Regularly
* How the Savior Modeled Service and Community Building for the Latter Days
* Meet the 6 New General Authority Seventies Sustained at April 2022 Conference
* This week on social: What general conference speakers posted after their talks
* Ensign College commencement honors 1st class of bachelor’s degrees, ‘made for a contest’
* Watch the Tabernacle Choir’s online Easter celebration ‘He Is Risen’ streams April 10, at 10 a.m.
* How Latter-day Saints help others is baked into every ward congregation
4/8
* First Presidency Announces 2022 Area Leadership Assignments
* Meet the Newly Sustained Relief Society and Primary General Presidencies
* Church announces 2 new missions in Europe
* A by-the-numbers look at the 100 temples announced by President Nelson
* New Church Easter site includes videos, daily reminders, and resources for a Christ-centered Easter
* Watch the Church’s powerful new Easter video: ‘The Good News’
* 4 ways to combat ‘general conference overwhelm’
* Becoming the ‘Language capital of the world’
* New database shows LDS Church is nation's fifth largest private landowner
4/7
* Why the endowment is essential to overcoming today’s challenges, professor Anthony Sweat teaches during BYU devotional
* Church’s humanitarian arm helps give backpacks and school supplies to children in Lebanon
* How the Savior modeled service and community building for the latter days
* Perspective: To the columnist who questioned why we ‘half’ to do general conference — let me answer
* Welcoming Catholic Friends to Brisbane Temple Grounds and Nearby Meetinghouse
* Easter pageant at the LDS Temple in Mesa is back
4/6
* Episode 77: April 2022 general conference recap — Jesus Christ offers peace in turbulent times
* See how rolling suitcases, border meals, painted furniture and maternity wards provided by European Saints are helping Ukrainian refugees
* A surprising fact about President Nelson’s list of new temples
* Meet the first woman to study in BYU’s graduate chaplaincy program
* These Latter-day Saints just celebrated 80 years of marriage. What is their key to happiness?
* An animated film and a commercial produced by Latter-day Saints just won college Emmy awards
* Illinois researchers make Deseret Alphabet texts available for study
4/5
* Download a PDF of Talk Summaries from April 2022 General Conference
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* Prophet’s Temple Announcement Triggers Global Joy, Anticipation
* April 2022 general conference: See a list of talk summaries, photo galleries and session highlights
* Latter-day Saint aid to Ukraine refugees models two-pronged service ideal, leaders say
* Two Evangelicals attended conference for a documentary
* BYU Basketball Referenced In Latter-day Saint General Conference
4/4
* President Nelson Announces 17 New Temples
* April 2022 General Conference News and Announcements
* What the Prophet Taught at the April 2022 General Conference
* Meet the New Leaders Called at the April 2022 General Conference
* 2021 Statistical Report for the April 2022 Conference
* 45 New Area Seventies Sustained at April 2022 General Conference Leadership Session
* Latter-day Saints Wish Muslim Friends Ramadan Mubarak
* 100 temples announced by President Nelson — and the counsel he’s given
* General conference special: Someone at the other end
* Latter-day Saints call first Black woman to serve in a general presidency
4/2-4/3
* Elder Rasband invites members in Asia to ‘stand in holy places’ and prepare for the temple
* New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022
* Primary General Presidency: Preparing Our Children for a Lifetime of Covenant Keeping
* Youth Leaders: Try These 3 Principles Exemplified by President Ballard
* This week on social: Elder Uchtdorf’s reflections on fleeing conflict and violence in Europe as a child
* April 2022 general conference: See a list of talk summaries, photo galleries and session highlights
* Video: What President Ballard wishes he could talk to his grandfather about — and what he wants his grandchildren to know
* A look back on the digital and online developments in the Church’s missionary work
* Read about these 17 new stake presidencies serving around the world
* LDS Mesa Easter Pageant is renewed, ready for its return after 3-year hiatus
* Photos: Thousands of tulips erupt in color at Mormon temple garden in Oakland
4/1
* April 2022 General Conference News and Announcements
* 45 New Area Seventies Sustained at April 2022 General Conference Leadership Session
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson Visits and Ministers to Latter-day Saints on the Island of Cartí Tupile in Panama
* Lift Others With Love in Communities, Cultures, Even Online Comments, Sister Ashton Counsels
* Brother Thomas E. Mullen: 3 youth leadership principles learned from President M. Russell Ballard
* Church donates more than 800 specialized wheelchairs throughout Mexico
* Learn about the new Nuku’alofa Tonga Temple president and matron
* Photos: See 10 temples in Utah under construction or renovation
* Elder Uchtdorf reflects on his own refugee experience during WWII in Facebook post
* Support for LGBTQ rights growing among Latter-day Saints
* Making each other happy: Longest-married couple in Utah celebrates 80 years of marriage
3/31
* The April 2022 Edition of the World Report
* Video: President Ballard on how it’s an ‘awesome responsibility’ to speak in general conference
* Elder Rasband Encourages Saints in Asia To 'Stand in Holy Places'
* ‘Like a Dream’ in Rio: Elder Soares, Sister Soares Return to Mission Roots to Meet with Members, Missionaries and Leaders
* The Architecture of a Diverse, Pluralistic Society Needs Religious Freedom, Elder Soares Says
* The 1950 U.S. census will be released on April 1. What to do now to prepare to help create the digital index
* All 83 temple locations announced — so far — by President Nelson, with updates on each’s current status
* A sculptor’s journey from Nigeria to the Church History Museum
* College students reflect on Come, Follow Me program
3/30
* Children in Lebanon Receive Backpacks and School Supplies
* Sister Dianne Baxter, Wife of Elder David S. Baxter, Dies at Age 66
* Lift others with love in communities, cultures, even online comments, Sister Ashton counsels
* Jason Swensen: How strangers became ‘family’ and brought joy to my heartsick mom
* How Church beliefs, practices and cultures contribute to body image
* British Pageant scheduled for this summer postponed to 2023
* Episode 76: President M. Russell Ballard shares memories of general conference, emphasizes the need to anchor faith in Christ
* ‘Tiger Mom’ Amy Chua praises Latter-day Saint missions, offers solutions to America’s toxic tribalism
* The 1950 U.S. census will be released on April 1 — What to expect and why it matters
* Temple Square Main Street Plaza to close until 2023
* Church supports vaccination efforts in Eastern Visayas
3/29
* Renovation of St. George Utah Temple Nears Completion
* Church Donation Helps Canadian Food Bank Teach Cooking Skills and Self-Reliance
* Church Historian Visits Island Where the Church Entered French Polynesia
* Elder Kyungu Tells BYU–Idaho Students What He Learned From an Unexpected Life Turn
* How the Scriptures Were an Anchor During His Own Trial of Faith, Elder Meredith Shares at an Ensign College Devotional
* Sister Dianne Baxter, wife of Elder David S. Baxter, dies at age 66
* 9 ways to watch or listen to April 2022 general conference + 3 ways to prepare
* Church sends medical equipment and supplies to Fiji, French Polynesia and Papua New Guinea
* Church of Latter Day Saints visits Sonoma Overnight Support
3/28
* President Bingham Shares Message of Hope and Resilience in New Video
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* Elder Soares and Other Religious Leaders in Brazil Defend Religious Freedom
* Church donates additional $4 million to 7 projects to help refugees in Europe
* President Ballard recalls 46 years of speaking in general conference
* How the Church is helping Syrian refugee children have ‘Azima’ — a determination to succeed
* Mormon church breaks ground in Horizon West
* Ukraine missionary now translates for refugees in Germany and Austria
* Elder Nattress Shares a Way to Benefit from Church’s Twice Yearly General Conferences
* Yakima Interfaith group organizes supply drive to aid Ukraine
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates to Salvation Army
3/26-3/27
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson visits and ministers to Latter-day Saints on the island of Carti Tupile in Panama
* How the scriptures were an anchor during his own trial of faith, Elder Meredith shares at an Ensign College devotional
* New Washington Vancouver Mission president and companion called to serve
* This week on social: Church leaders teach about ‘being strong in the Lord’ during times of trial
* These 72 temples will have new presidents and matrons in 2022 — read the list here
* Latest Temple Square renovation update: Main Street Plaza to close in April
* Why the Tabernacle Choir is joining the Utah Symphony’s new season
* Giving Machines’ impact felt by thousands in metro area and beyond
* 'We see these funds as sacred': Utah men deliver donations to Ukraine border
3/25
* ‘Many Faiths, One Heart’ Brings Women Together to Serve
* Ukrainian refugees ministered to in many ways around Europe
* Elder Kyungu tells BYU-Idaho students what he learned from an unexpected life turn
* Church donation helps Canadian food bank teach cooking skills and self-reliance
* Read about the new leaders of temples in Idaho, Mexico and Paraguay
* Kentucky church bake sale raises $145K to help Ukrainians fleeing Russian invasion
* How to Hear Messages and Music about Jesus Christ this Easter
3/24
* Open House Announced for the Tokyo Japan Temple
* BYU’s Jerusalem Center to Reopen in April Following Two-Year, Pandemic-Forced Closure
* Church-Sponsored Camping Remains Important, Testimony-Building Activity for Youth
* How JustServe Volunteers Stepped Up to Feed Thousands in Hawaii
* Why It’s OK to Have a Mental Health Struggle and What to Do Next
* ‘You Don’t Have to Be a Perfect Messenger,’ Elder Dale G. Renlund Assures Missionaries
* The architecture of a diverse, pluralistic society needs religious freedom, Elder Soares says
* Sister Aburto and Sister Craig mark Relief Society 180th anniversary serving, ministering in western Europe
* Church donates humanitarian aid to help children and families in Peru, Argentina
* Rio de Janeiro temple called a ‘beacon for life’ as Brazil prepares for religious freedom symposium
3/23
* Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple Opens to the Public
* Elder Christofferson: Five Ways to Love God
* Ensure God’s 1st great commandment always comes 1st, Elder D. Todd Christofferson challenges BYU students
* The Church and VisionSpring are helping people see in Ghana
* Tabernacle Choir’s global online Easter concert to herald joyous message: ‘He is Risen’
* Church historian visits island where the Church entered French Polynesia
* Episode 75: Elder Brent H. Nielson on the expansion of missionary work in a digital age
* D.C.-area Mormon temple to hold first public tours in 48 years
3/22
* The Church of Jesus Christ Gives US$5.1 Million to the American Red Cross
* The Tabernacle Choir Presents a Global Online Concert
* Celebrating 180 Years of Relief Society by Ministering in Western Europe
* How a death provided perspective as Elder Soares leads out on Rio de Janeiro temple tours
* Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple open house begins this week — plus see interior, exterior images
* Church donates deep freezers to help Mexico store COVID-19 vaccines
* ‘Like a dream’ in Rio: Elder Soares, Sister Soares return to mission roots to meet with members, missionaries and leaders
* How JustServe volunteers fed thousands in Hawaii and showed ‘the Lord loves His people’
* The different ways that Latter-day Saints are ministering, donating to Ukrainian refugees
* Elder Soares says new Rio de Janeiro temple joins city’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue as a second witness of God’s love
* The Washington D.C. Temple site’s history is as American as the capital city itself
* Latter-day Saints deliver help by the truckload
3/21
* Temple Groundbreaking Held in Sierra Leone
* The World Needs Resilient Leaders, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Tells Cadets at West Point
* ‘Many Faiths, One Heart’ brings women together to serve
* Elder Soares to address first BYU religious liberty symposium in Brazil
* Elder Christofferson praises Judge Wallace for making ‘a difference for good’
* ‘March Madness’ dance continues for Latter-day Saint hoopster Nicole Heyn
* Why it’s OK to have a mental health struggle and what to do when faced with one, according to a Latter-day Saint psychologist
* Brother Thomas E. Mullen: Church-sponsored camping remains important, testimony-building activity for youth
* Santa Clarita LDS Church Hosts Fundraiser For Ukrainian Refugee Destinations
3/19-3/20
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* European Latter-day Saints Find New Ways to Minister to Refugees
* ‘Believest Thou?’ Considering Beliefs Strengthens Faith, Elder González Says
* Church History Symposium Panel Discusses Religious Freedom
* Stake Increases Faith Despite Loss of Meetinghouse
* This week on social: Elder Holland’s unexpected insight while studying the scriptures
* Elder James M. Paramore — emeritus general authority and veteran priesthood leader — dies at age 93
* Video: Elder Cook, religious leaders model ‘The Power of Association’
3/18
* Details about Participation in the April 2022 General Conference
* Here’s what to expect for parking, masks and attendance at April 2022 general conference
* Relief Society Celebrates 180th Anniversary of Women Ministering, Serving
* Women’s Organizational Leaders Minister in Western Europe
* Elder Johnson Teaches How to Conquer Life’s Daily Distractions From the Savior
* BYU’s Jerusalem Center to reopen in April following 2-year, pandemic-forced closure
* What learning about the Savior and serving with 6 Church presidents have taught Bishop Keith B. McMullin about leadership
* Long before March Madness, Latter-day Saints vied for the ‘All-Church’ title
* Fruit Heights women prepare hundreds of hygiene kits for Ukrainian refugees
* Local LDS missionary evacuated from Russia
3/17
* Elder Gong shares how religious liberty is seen in the Church’s doctrine, history and global experience, during 2022 Church History Symposium
* How Church Funds Improved Education for Refugee Students in Africa
* Innovate Institute: What Institute Is Doing to Better Reach Young Adults Worldwide
* FamilySearch, RootsTech events part of WorldExpo in Dubai
* ‘Believest thou?’ Elder Gonzalez asks students at BYU—Hawaii
* How a WWII pilot’s wallet was returned to his family 77 years after he went missing
* Teenager found guilty in fire that destroyed church
* Awards recognize community partners’ service to the City and Houston residents
* Latter-day Saint hoops star Shaylee Gonzales leads BYU into basketball’s ‘Big Dance’
3/16
* Temples Will Begin to Return to Full Operation
* First Presidency announces temples to ‘gradually return’ to normal operations
* What Elder Johnson saw in fractal geometry to help conquer life’s daily distractions
* Church donates to Ghana center for domestic violence victims
* Episode 74: Relief Society President Jean B. Bingham on the 180th anniversary of the worldwide women’s organization
* How 2 international agencies will use $4M from Latter-day Saint Charities to help Ukraine refugees
* MoH receives more medical supplies
* BYU’s 2022 football schedule, released Tuesday, includes a few minor changes
3/15
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* The Church of Jesus Christ Gives US$4 Million to Help Refugees in Europe
* Relief Society Women Answer the Invitation to Serve Before Organization’s 180th Anniversary
* President Janette Hales Beckham, 10th Young Women General President, Dies at Age 88
* President Nelson remembers Sister Donna Packer as a ‘mother, sister, saint and daughter of the living God’
* New Alaska Anchorage Mission president and companion called to serve
* Latter-day Saint hoops star Shaylee Gonzales leads BYU into basketball’s ‘Big Dance’
* New Zealand Latter-day Saints send ongoing relief aid to Tonga after January volcanic eruption and tsunami
* Church History Symposium panel: Defending religious liberty as both a Church member and citizen, and in societies around the world
3/14
* Innovate Institute: Students share how and why it’s working
* Innovate Institute: What institute is doing to better reach young adults worldwide
* Church’s emotional resilience training expands to 15 languages
* Church History Symposium panel: Defending religious liberty as both a Church member and citizen, and in societies around the world
* Three Latter-day Saint Couples’ Efforts Open Ways for you to Directly Help Individual Families in Ukraine Now
3/12-3/13
* How European Latter-day Saints are supporting and providing relief to refugees
* President Oaks, Elder Holland Install Brian K. Ashton as BYU–Pathway President
* The Latest on How the Church Is Helping Refugees in Europe
* Video: In response to pandemic-related crisis, Church links arms with Christian Community Center to help New York families
* Today is President Cordon’s birthday. Here are 9 of her quotes from the past year
* Learn about the new leaders of these 16 missions around the world — from Chile to Canada
* RootsTech 2022 reached millions — and it’s simply the premiere
* This week on social: Trusting in the Lord ‘no matter how unknown the path ahead may be’
* Elder Gong: Religious liberty is deeply rooted in Latter-day Saint doctrine and history
3/11
* Light the World Giving Machines in 2021 Yielded Nearly US$6 Million in Donations
* How nearly $6 million in donations at 2021 #LightTheWorld Giving Machines showed ‘lovingkindness’
* Emotional Resilience Training Is Now Offered Globally
* Feeling Anxious? Or is it Anxiety? Here’s How to Find Hope and Help
* New leaders of temples in Nauvoo, St. George, Australia and 5 more around the world
* Worldwide youth Face to Face audience answering the query: ‘How do you trust in the Lord?’
* Elder Holland installs new president at BYU-Pathway, calls program the most important church education development in a century
* Crane lifts new Angel Moroni statue atop spire of Layton Utah Temple
3/10
* Face to Face for Youth Pemieres March 9
* Face to Face Broadcast Encourages Youth to “Trust in the Lord”
* Elder Andersen Shares Lists of Scriptures, Parables and Testimonies of Christ
* Religious Liberty Theme of 2022 Church History Symposium
* Seventh Installment of Eliza R. Snow’s Discourses Show Her Connection to Women Across Utah
* President Janette Hales Beckham, 10th Young Women general president, dies at age 88
* New features in Friend magazine help strengthen children’s faith in Christ
* Religious liberty — historical and global — theme of 2022 Church History Symposium March 10-11
* How new strategic focus on areas of world helped RootsTech 2022 to reach ‘millions’
* BYU religion professor says transparency about history can build faith
3/9
* Church Delivers Truckload of Food to NYC Food Bank
* International Women’s Day: General Presidencies Honor Inspiring Women on Social Media
* How JustServe and an FDA-Approved Stake Center Led to Thousands of Meals for Kids
* How Women in England Link Arms to Serve Those ‘on the Margins of Society’
* More Church Meetinghouses Getting Solar Panels in Australia, South Pacific
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* Australian Latter-day Saints spend hours helping those devastated by record-breaking floods
* Episode 73: Incorporating spiritual strategies to forge emotional resilience, with David T. Morgan
* Temple reopening status tracker — through March 15
3/8
* Church donates more than 2,000 mobility devices in South Africa
* Members throughout the Church’s Pacific Area do service for ‘Come and Help’ month
* Feeling anxious? Or is it anxiety? Here’s how to find hope and help
* 5 questions about the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square’s latest return to rehearsals, live performances
* Ukrainians are streaming out of the country. What are faith-based organizations doing to help?
* Temples around the world: Photos of the most recent construction updates
* LDS Film Festival reaches member, nonmember audiences
3/7
* Sister Donna Packer Passes Away
* Members of the Church in Europe provide relief and help to refugees
* How the Church, its leaders and members in Europe are providing aid and relief in the humanitarian crisis caused by armed conflict
* The Church and Latter-day Saint Charities were ready to help refugees in Europe, Sister Eubank explains
* Relief Society women answer the invitation to serve before organization’s 180th anniversary
* Highlights from RootsTech 2022
* Elder and Sister Soares share family and spiritual roots in Brazil during Family Discovery Day
* Europe Area presidency invites Latter-day Saints in Europe to join in day of prayer, fasting
* Australian Latter-day Saints helping after heavy flooding
* 5 questions about the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square’s latest return to rehearsals, live performances
3/5-3/6
* 2022 Leadership Instruction Emphasizes Blessings of Temple and Family History Service
* At New York Banquet, Elder Cook Honors Former US Sen. Joseph Lieberman
* A New FamilySearch Tool Will Aid Genealogical Discovery
* Donation of 2,000 mobility devices set to change lives in South Africa
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, March 4, 2022
* Temple Groundbreaking Dates Set for Three Western US States
* 6 messages from RootsTech 2022 keynote speakers: ‘Each of us can connect in our own way’
* FamilySearch’s new Get Involved app allows you to do simple family history tasks in seconds
* This week on social: Church leaders share how and why they #ChooseConnection
* Learn about these new mission leaders who will serve in Ecuador, Brazil, Bolivia and more countries around the world
* A first look: Ephraim Utah Temple rendering is released
* Groundbreaking dates set for Smithfield Utah, Burley Idaho and Yorba Linda California temples
* Stories from Ukrainian Latter-day Saints and more on Behind the Headlines
* Church donates 10 tons of food, supplies to those in need
3/4
* How the Church Is Helping in Eastern Europe
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* Open House Announced for the Praia Cape Verde Temple
* All Church Historic Sites Now Fully Open to the Public After Pandemic Closures
* Book of Mormon Translations: See Maps of Where the 115 Languages Are Spoken
* New temple presidents and matrons called to serve in Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, and more
* Need Help with Schoolwork? Try These Scripure-Based Suggestions From Brother Camargo
* Highlights from RootsTech 2022
* Church History Biographical Database combines information on missionaries, pioneers in one place, Elder Curtis announces at RootsTech 2022
* ‘The blessings of power and protection’ — Temple and Family History instruction led by Elder Bednar, Elder Gong, President Johnson, Sister Aburto
* BYU Interfaith Lunch provides dialogue about religion
* The Hurtado family then and now: What a baptism and sealing mean to them 10 years later
* VIDEO: Members and Friends of the Church Clean Suva Beach Area
* Free tool lets you find, connect with your living relatives worldwide
3/3
* All-virtual RootsTech 2022 invites to ‘Choose Connection’
* More Church meetinghouses getting solar panels in Australia, South Pacific
* BYU Study: Raising Money-wise Kids Benefits Their Future Romantic Relationships
* How JustServe and an FDA-approved stake center led to thousands of meals for kids
* After call as Relief Society general president, Eliza R. Snow encourages women to keep covenants, build the kingdom
* Latest temple updates: Seoul temple now offering all living, proxy ordinances
* The Wizard Of Hope
* Watch: How one missionary’s insane jump roping is helping share the gospel in Hungary
* This short film directed, written, and produced by Latter-day Saints was just nominated for a college Emmy award
* Australian Latter-day Saints Lend a Hand Amidst Destructive Floods
3/2
* Feeling Genuine Gratitude Brings Blessings, Says BYU-Hawaii President Kauwe
* How Church Employment Services Helps People Find Jobs — and a Connection to the Savior
* Christ’s peacemakers remain blessed, eternal ‘influencers,’ teaches Elder Stanfill
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* Tips to Navigating the RootsTech.org Website
* Need help with your schoolwork? Try these scripture-based suggestions from Brother Camargo
* All Church historic sites now fully open to the public after pandemic closures
* Episode 72: Bishop Keith B. McMullin on key Christlike leadership principles that bless work, life and family
* Missionaries at Provo MTC no longer need COVID-19 vaccination, testing; masks now optional
* How the Wilford Woodruff Papers Foundation is celebrating the church leader’s 215th birthday
* Elder and Sister Yamashita Invite Canberra Youth to Seek Education
3/1
* Elder Christofferson Concludes Ministry in West Africa
* Minerva Teichert’s Jewish-Themed Paintings Anchor New Exhibition at BYU’s Museum of Art
* Church delivers humanitarian aid and supplies to hospitals and patients throughout Latin America
* How goats and beehives are helping people in Jordan become self-reliant
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in February 2022
* RootsTech Organizers Share Behind-the-Scenes Look at 2022 Virtual Event
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How a Russian-language meeting and a photograph spoke peace to my heart during war, uncertainty
* The remarkable story of an Olympic swimmer and surfing pioneer headlines LDS Film Festival
* Church Uses Renewable Energy in More South Pacific Meetinghouses
* Elder Nattress: ‘The Gospel of Jesus Christ Grows Faith and Hope, and Strengthens Families’
* RootsTech 2022 Sessions Focus on Oceania
* Foreign Church volunteers in Russia evacuated
2/28
* President Nelson Extends Three Invitations to Latter-day Saints in California
* Elder Christofferson Dedicates the Country of The Gambia
* Book of Mormon translations: See maps of where the 115 languages are spoken
* How women in England link arms to serve those ‘on the margins of society’
* Scott Taylor: God speaks to us in many ways, including sacrament meeting messages
* Church leaders and members help with disaster relief for flooding victims in Brazil, Ecuador
* This week on social: What President Ballard wishes he had done differently as a young adult
* 8 Utah artists whose work is on display in some very famous buildings
* Talking their faith: Missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints bring their mission to Washington
2/26-2/27
* First Presidency Statement on Armed Conflict
* Status of Church’s missionaries in Ukraine, volunteers in Russia
* Utahn who served mission in Ukraine looking to raise funds to help
* Groundbreaking Dates Set for Temples in Nevada and Colorado
* Read a Talk a Day: Start Now to Prepare for April 2022 General Conference
* How Bees and Goats Are Changing Lives in Jordan
* Latter-day Saint French Composer’s Music Featured in Beijing Olympics
* Tongan missionaries save lives after volcanic eruption and tsunami
* Read about the new leaders called to serve over these 16 missions — from southern Utah to Uganda
* Elder Gong encourages looking to the future with faith at nationwide Philippines YSA devotional
* How Church Employment Services helps people find jobs — and a connection to the Savior
2/25
* Elder Soares Ministers in the Dominican Republic
* Latter-day Saints join with other faiths in sending relief supplies to Tonga
* Learn about the new leaders of temples in Brazil and 6 U.S. states
* BYU animation is known for winning awards. One short film is up for an Emmy now
* How a defining moment led artist Liz Lemon Swindle to partner with ‘The Chosen’
* See the real Primary kids who helped film and produce last week’s Friend to Friend event
2/24
* Elder Christofferson Ministers in West Africa
* Elder and Sister Gong Uplift Cebuano Youth in Devotional
* The ‘Future Is Bright,’ Elder Gong Tells Young Single Adults in the Philippines
* Need Heaven’s Help? Trust the Lord, Obey His Commandments, Follow the Prophet, Says Elder Teh
* President Bingham Compares Missionary Service to Learning to Ride a Bike
* Sister Soares’ Life Story Exemplifies Trusting in the Lord and ‘Doing Our Part’
* RootsTech 2022 Family Discovery Day
* Face to Face for Youth — New Date
* BYU study: Raising money-wise kids benefits their future romantic relationships
* What bonefish and polarized glasses have to do with being genuinely grateful, according to President Kauwe
* Bishop Gérald Caussé: The sustaining power of faith in times of crisis
* Celebration of life for Vernon's Ashley Wadsworth, who was murdered in the UK
2/23
* Relief Society Prepares for 180th Anniversary by Issuing Invitation to Serve
* A talk a day: How to prepare for April 2022 general conference
* Relatives at RootsTech 2022 Experience Opens With New Features
* RootsTech 2022’s New and Improved Features Promise to Bring More Energy to the Screen
* Episode 71: RootsTech 2022 organizers on what it means to ‘Choose Connection’ in a divided world
* Elder Uchtdorf among those memorializing Col. Halvorsen — the ‘Berlin Candy Bomber’ — as deliverer of sweets, sunshine and hope
* One Black Latter-day Saint’s reflections on Black history in the Church
2/22
* How love grew between Latter-day Saints and members of different faiths in New Zealand
* Learn about RootsTech 2022’s new and improved features that promise to bring more energy to the screen
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How I know a connection to God leads to a connection with His children
* When the Tabernacle Choir has performed for U.S. presidents
* Surgeon hopes to create Utah garden featuring Book of Mormon, patriotic sculptures
* Weekly ‘Spoken Word’ translated into 16 languages, including Finnish, Romanian and Czech
* Showing Christ-like love through ministering
* East Idaho’s first visit from a presidential candidate and one faith’s rocky history with US leaders
2/21
* Children Around the Globe Encouraged to Have Faith in Jesus Christ
* Weekly ‘Spoken Word’ translated into 16 languages, including Finnish, Romanian and Czech
* Minerva Teichert’s Jewish-themed paintings anchor new exhibition at BYU’s Museum of Art
* Learn about these 19 new stake presidencies called across the globe
* Sister Soares’ life story exemplifies trusting in the Lord and ‘doing our part’
* First Presidency asks area presidencies to determine local mask policies, says masks should continue to be worn in temples
* French composer’s music part of Beijing Olympics opening ceremonies
* LDS church collects donations for Afghan refugees
* French Polynesians Eager to ‘Come and Help’ in the City of Pirae
2/19-2/20
* First Presidency Updates COVID-19 Guidelines
* Watch the Friend to Friend event for Primary children on Saturday
* A view of Salt Lake Temple, Temple Square renovations from those overseeing the project
* Family Foundations: Early Homes of the 17 Church Presidents
* This week on social: The impression Elder Holland received as he studied the book of Moses
* Relatives at RootsTech 2022 experiences opens with new features
* These new mission presidents and companions were recently called to serve — learn more about them
* Family History Work Moving Forward in Central Africa
* The larger value two national journalists see in Latter-day Saint missions
* Hawaiian BYU students celebrate Hawaiian Language Month
* Donny Osmond on How His Wife of 44 Years Helped Him Recover After His 'Horrible' Battle with Anxiety
* Lessons learned from responding to California’s wildfires
2/18
* Beloved aviator Gail S. Halvorsen — a.k.a. ‘The Candy Bomber’ — dies at age 101
* For heaven’s help, trust the Lord, obey His commandments, follow the Prophet, says Elder Teh
* Tabernacle Choir Presidency Announces Bold Future Initiatives
* Relief Society prepares for 180th anniversary by issuing invitation to serve
* Meetinghouse shooting victim Michael Fauber’s perspective on incident, injuries and increased testimony
* Read about the new leaders of temples in South Africa, Canada, Italy and more
* Brazilian actress Thaís Pacholek will be a keynote speaker at RootsTech 2022
* A Chico church takes major step to help those working to transition out of homelessness
2/17
* Church members invited to upcoming 2022 Temple and Family History Leadership Instruction
* Inmates Teaching Inmates: What the Promontory Branch Learned About the Power of Peer-led Worship During COVID-19
* Lessons learned from responding to California’s wildfires
* Church members invited to upcoming 2022 Temple and Family History Leadership Instruction
* Brazilian actress Thaís Pacholek to speak at RootsTech 2022
* 3 stories of faith, hope in how God fulfills His promises, BYU professor Kenneth Alford shares at Ensign College
* No subtitles needed—Why the Primary General Presidency recorded the upcoming Friend to Friend in 3 languages
* Why 97-year-old Pres. Nelson went up scaffolding to inspect the Salt Lake Temple roof
2/16
* Italy woman’s effort to help refugees gets new help from Latter-day Saint Charities
* Inmates Teaching Inmates: What the Promontory Branch Learned About the Power of Peer-led Worship During COVID-19
* What do you remember from the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City? See photos and moments from the Church News archives
* Family history work moving forward in Central Africa
* Episode 70: The expansiveness of the Salt Lake Temple renovation project, with Brent Roberts and Andy Kirby
* Celebrating Black history in BYU athletics
* Pacific Area Presidency urges members to help those affected by natural disasters
* Utah influencer on modesty, balancing school, social media authenticity
2/15
* Emulate Christ’s ‘Lovingkindness’ to All, President Nelson Says in Valentine’s Day Social Post
* President Nelson’s ‘dynamic’ presidency marked by 70 changes within the Church so far
* Elder Rasband Shares 4 Ways You Can Express Your Love for God
* Latter-day Saint Woman Speaks on ‘Finding Virtue in the Other’
* Study Shows Mental Disorders Impact People More Than Previously Thought
* The Lord Is Ultimate Source for Lifetime of Trusted Answers, Young Women Leaders Say
* The Provo Utah Temple Is Now 50 Years Old
* Why a University of Utah Student Is Turning Hearts to Haiti
* Returned missionaries chasing hoop dreams on No. 1-ranked Salt Lake Community College squad
* Brother Wilcox offers a 2nd apology for ‘insensitive and hurtful’ comments
* A behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Friend to Friend for children
* ‘The way the Savior loved’ — new welfare and self-reliance facility dedicated in Tucson metro
* Mormon Church Stock Fund Buys More Tesla Shares, Cuts Back on Ford and GM
* The High Plains Food Bank recently received an 18-ton food donation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
2/14
* ‘The way the Savior loved’ — new welfare and self-reliance facility dedicated in Tucson metro
* New Deseret Industries Dedicated in Tucson Metro
* Why a University of Utah student is turning hearts to Haiti
* Family foundations: Early homes of the 17 Church presidents
* Inmates teaching inmates: What the Promontory Branch learned about the power of peer-led worship during COVID-19
* Pocatello LDS church converted into Airbnb that sleeps 40, has an arcade, basketball court and more
* Here’s what Matt Gay said about his faith
2/12-2/13
* The First Presidency Announces Details for the April 2022 General Conference
* April 2022 general conference to include a women’s session; limited tickets will be distributed for all sessions
* Draw Courage From History to Face Modern Challenges, Says Elder Christofferson
* Elder Jackson: What Surviving a Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan Taught Me About Opposition
* Latter-day Saints in Tacoma, Washington, Promote Family History Center to African American Community
* New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022
* Church works toward official recognition in Gambia, West Africa
* Inmates teaching inmates: What the Promontory Branch learned about the power of peer-led worship during COVID-19
* Here are recently called mission leaders who will serve in Brazil, England, Cote d’Ivoire and more
* A mission bookended by evacuations
* BYU Basketball Makes History by Starting 4 Black Players, 5 Non-LDS Players
* Watching videos, reading the Book of Mormon or listening to music are all tricks to learning a second language, bilingual BYUH students say
2/11
* The Lord is the ultimate source for a lifetime of trusted answers, Young Women leaders say
* Learn about the new leaders of temples in France, Denmark, Ukraine and 5 more areas
* Sikhs and Latter-day Saints participate in annual service project in Dubai
* Office for Civil Rights dismisses complaint against BYU
* What the world’s longest study of mental disorders reveals about mental health during a person’s lifetime
* The Surprising Latter-day Saint Connections in Hawaii
* Unique Insights into the Abrahamic Covenant from the Book of Abraham
2/10
* Groundbreaking Announced for the Bahía Blanca Argentina Temple
* 5 Lessons from the Book of Mormon for Becoming Firm, Steadfast and Immovable
* Elder Christofferson Teaches Missionaries About Repentance, Redemption and Joy
* These 4 Attributes of Christ Help You Find Peace in Perilous Times, Elder Gilbert Says
* What members in Tacoma did to open the family history center to the African American community
* Elder Jackson tells BYU-Idaho students what he learned about opposition after surviving a suicide bombing in Afghanistan
* Palestinian comedian and actress Maysoon Zayid to speak at RootsTech 2022
* The Provo Utah Temple is now 50 years old. Learn more about its history and future
* Deseret Industries Thrift Store & Donation Center grand opening Thursday, Feb. 10
2/9
* A Lesson from President Oaks on Leadership: Focus on Eternal Things
* French Polynesia Sends Love to Tonga
* Sikhs and Latter-day Saints in UAE Join for Annual Service Project
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* Latest temple updates: For first time since reopenings, all 82 U.S. temples to offer all living, proxy ordinances
* How Church Humanitarian Donations Are Blessing Lives in South America
* 5 lessons on how to become firm, steadfast and immovable, Elder Perkins teaches
* What Elder Christofferson taught about the Savior’s resurrection and pressing forward
* Find Christ’s peace during perilous times, teaches Elder Gilbert at BYU devotional
* Young Men counselor apologizes for recent comments about race
* Church leader says BYU will remain ‘a religious university with a religious purpose’
2/8
* Hundreds commemorate pioneers leaving Nauvoo as they retrace steps to frozen Mississippi River
* Why the Church of Jesus Christ Supports a New Bipartisan Religious Freedom and Non-discrimination Bill in Arizona
* Latter-day Saint Charities provides clean water to Ghana villages
* New commissioner of church education to deliver first BYU devotional on Tuesday
* Latter-day Saint psychologist: Why it’s time to take mental health issues seriously
* Missionaries Share Candy Portrait with Sweet Message
* Does Science Support the Idea of the Splitting of an Original Language at the Tower of Babel?
2/7
* Video: What does it mean to enlist in today’s battalion?
* Today is Elder Rasband’s 71st birthday. Here are 8 of his quotes from the past year
* What is the new Eagle Scout award? The Young Men presidency answers
* Mesa Mormon Temple sets up for Easter pageant after hiatus
* 22 new stake presidencies called around the world
* Huntsman appeals lawsuit against Latter-day Saint church over tithing money
2/5-2/6
* Presidents Oaks and President Eyring: Answers to 8 Questions About Revelation in Councils
* President Nelson’s pandemic ministry
* Clean, Safe, Reliable: How a Village in Uganda Restored Its Water Source
* From the Ice to the Broadcast Booth: BYU Grad Kate Hansen in Beijing for Winter Olympics
* Latter-day Saints Learning to Heal Through Service After Almeda Fire in Oregon
* What Latter-day Saints Get Wrong About Living Prophets
* How Church humanitarian donations are blessing lives in South America
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How Latter-day Saint leaven lifts society’s loaf — in 1846 and today
* New mission leaders called to serve in these 16 areas around the world
* Two missionaries shoveled driveways for others during the winter storm
2/4
* Temple Square Renovation Update: February 2022
* 8 questions with President Oaks and President Eyring about revelation in councils
* Keynote Speakers Announced for RootsTech 2022
* 10 Steps to Reclaiming Your African Roots, Plus Other Resources
* Read about the new presidents and matrons called to serve at these 8 temples
* What Latter-day Saints get wrong about living prophets, according to Keith A. Erekson
* From the ice to the broadcast booth: BYU grad Kate Hansen in Beijing for Winter Olympics
* What Church members are learning now about love and service after the Almeda Fire in Oregon
* How food and family history mix for Food Network’s Molly Yeh, who will be speaking at RootsTech 2022
2/3
* Elder Nattress Shares How Individuals Can Assist the People of Tonga Following Natural Disaster
* How Service Became the Silver Lining in a Terminal Cancer Trial
* Clean, safe, reliable: How a village in Uganda restored their water source
* Young New Zealanders Look to Future with Faith and Confidence
* Episode 68: The Young Men general presidency on trusting in the Lord and strengthening Latter-day Saint youth
* In what region did the number of missions almost double in the past 10 years?
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Feb. 9
2/1
* Groundbreakings Announced for Temples in New Mexico and Utah
* FamilySearch to Participate in 1950 US Census Community Project
* Graphs Show Growth in Missions During the Last 10 Years
* University of Utah President Taylor Randall challenges institute students to seek ‘worth’ at devotional featuring Elder Holland, Elder Gilbert
* Canadian Latter-day Saints join World Interfaith Harmony Week celebrations across the country
* Softening Mormon patriarchy, one correction at a time
* Saturdays are for building: BYU Y-Serve program teams up with Self-Help Homes

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