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1/18
* President Nelson Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day
* On the day honoring Martin Luther King Jr., President Nelson asks all to ‘labor together to abandon attitudes and actions of prejudice’
* How to make service a part of your life using JustServe on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
* Volcano Erupts Near Tonga Triggering Tsunami Waves, Flooding and Falling Ash
* Church leaders continue to assess damage after underwater volcano near Tonga triggers tsunami waves, knocks out communication
* Missionaries in Tonga Nuku’alofa Mission safe; no contact yet with Tonga Outer Island Mission
* Elder Andersen shares counsel with BYU–Hawaii students on how to look at New Year’s resolutions
1/17
* Volcano Erupts Near Tonga Triggering Tsunami Waves, Flooding and Falling Ash
* Church leaders continue to assess damage after underwater volcano near Tonga triggers tsunami waves, knocks out communication
* 14 photos of what Latter-day Saint Charities is doing to help Palestinians in Jordan
* How a JustServe project went viral, leading to thousands of handmade Christmas ornaments for flood victims
* ‘Guilty, your honor’: Man who dressed as Captain Moroni for Jan. 6 Capitol breach makes plea deal
* 2 apostles, 3 major American writers to speak at BYU this semester
* Church of Latter-Day Saints announces temples will continue to operate despite pandemic
1/15-1/16
* Trusting the Lord During Untrustworthy Times Remains a ‘Holy Habit’ of Discipleship, Church Leaders Taught in 2021
* See photos from President Russell M. Nelson’s 4 years as President of the Church
* Temples Continue to Operate during Pandemic
* Face to Face for Youth — New Date
* 5 Ways to Talk to Your Son About Serving a Mission
* Bus Crash in Utah and Snowstorm in Idaho Lead to Local Wards Coming to the Rescue
* Counseling Together in Young Women Classes and Aaronic Priesthood Quorums
* Deseret Mill and Pasta Plant Produced Record 1 Million Cases of Food in 2021
* Elder Soares Encourages Missionaries to Better Understand and Implement Doctrine of Christ
* Notre Dame Linebacker Stepping Away From Football for a Mission to North Carolina
* Story of Cove Fort Illustrates ‘the Quiet Faith’ of Early Saints
* Tabernacle Choir pauses rehearsals and performances during COVID-19 surge
* Learn about areas of recently announced temples in Idaho, Montana
* How to avoid being deceived by Babylon’s band, according to President Kusch
* Elder Holland to speak at BYU as apostles focus on young adults
1/14
* Four Years of Invitations from the Prophet
* Counseling together in Young Women classes and Aaronic Priesthood quorums
* How area temple and family history advisers can help stake leaders
* Photo Essay: Jordanians Receive Medical Help from Latter-day Saint Charities
* Actor Matthew Modine, French baker will be keynote speakers at RootsTech 2022
* Washington D.C. Temple Offers Tickets for Public Tours
* Temple takes shape: Sacred space will be first of its kind in Arkansas
* Perspective: The Latter-day Saint legacy of supporting voting rights
1/13
* What President Henry J. Eyring taught BYU–Idaho students about tests of honor during the COVID-19 pandemic
* In first BYU devotional of the year, President Worthen discusses a trait that ‘will change your life dramatically’
* Dedication Date Announced for the Yigo Guam Temple
* Actor Matthew Modine to speak at RootsTech 2022
* 3 ways to build a spiritual foundation on the ‘rock of our Redeemer,’ President and Sister Ashton tell BYU–Pathway students
* What Elder Soares taught missionaries about the doctrine of Christ and their missionary purpose
* Famed choir cancels plans for ‘Music and the Spoken Word’ with Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square
* Inside the ‘Come Follow Me’ app, a tool designed for daily Latter-day Saint scripture study
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints stepped up to donate more than two dozen palettes of non-perishable grocery items to Santa Clarita Grocery
* The Mormon Trail and the deadly winter of 1846-47
1/12
* Primary General President Says ‘Stay Securely Bound to the Savior’
* ‘Remove windage’ to be securely bound to the Savior, President Johnson tells BYU students
* 9 Lessons the Church Educational System Learned from the Pandemic
* How Converted Sewing Machines Changed Lives in Guyana
* Episode 65: Leaders of the Ethiopia Addis Ababa Mission speak on faithfully and flexibly serving the Lord amid trials and the pandemic
* Notre Dame linebacker stepping away from football for a mission to North Carolina
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Jan. 18
1/11
* How the Pocatello Idaho Temple Is Leading to More Service and Unity in the Community
* How ‘Come, Follow Me’ Is Changing the Church Home by Home
* How Responding to the Pandemic Changed the Church’s Humanitarian Efforts Going Forward
* Last 2 Years Have Been ‘Unprecedented,’ ‘Crazy’ and ‘Inspiring’ at Church Historic Sites
* Temples Operating, Under Construction or Announced — See Statuses at Start of 2022
* Brother David T. Lisonbee: 5 ways to talk to your son about serving a mission
* How the Deseret Mill and Pasta Plant produced a record 1 million cases of food in 2021
* Why this Utah artist feels ‘blessed’ for painting portraits of deceased Latter-day Saint missionaries
1/10
* President Ballard Honors Sen. Harry Reid as a Faithful and Caring Disciple of Christ
* In honor of the late U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, President Ballard, U.S. presidents and other leaders talk about his faith in Jesus Christ
* Elder Rasband counsels young adults to choose to follow ‘our watchman on the tower’
* Elder Andersen teaches 5 anchoring principles of repentance, forgiveness
* ‘Fear not,’ Elder Christofferson tells Portuguese-speaking young adults
* 6 Apostles speak in devotionals today — read about them here
* Elder Uchtdorf answers 3 questions about seeking Heavenly Father’s help
* Church leaders teach that trusting the Lord during untrustworthy times remains a ‘holy habit’ of discipleship
* How the story of Cove Fort illustrates ‘the quiet faith’ of early Saints
* How BYU’s defense spurred a crucial WCC victory over defensive-minded Saint Mary’s
* 14 new stake presidencies called all over the world
1/8-1/9
* Sister Patricia P. Pinegar, Former Primary General President, Dies at Age 84
* First Presidency Calls 164 New Mission Leaders to Begin Serving in 2022
* Seven General Conference Talks About Trust for the 2022 Youth Theme
* Harry Reid memorial service speakers to include Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Latter-day Saint leader
* French baker Apollonia Poilâne to speak at RootsTech 2022
* This week on social: ‘May this be a wonderful year of purpose and possibilities for all of us’
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Messages of Church leaders help us look back on COVID-19 — and move forward
* The ‘Jeopardy!’ episode when Ken Jennings provided the correct name of the church
* How ‘The Chosen’ is unifying people of different faiths and backgrounds
1/7
* 2 years of COVID-19: President Ballard’s message of optimism as cases surge
* Temples operating, under construction or announced — see statuses at start of 2022
* 15 #HearHim videos from the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
* Today is Sister Wright’s birthday. Here are 8 of her quotes from the past year
* Timeline: How the Church has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic
* 9 lessons the Church Educational System learned through the COVID-19 pandemic
* DC-area Mormon temple opening to public for first time in nearly 50 years
1/5-1/6
* Washington D.C. Temple open-house reservations begin online — for parking, shuttle tickets; walk-ups need no reservations
* Last 2 years have been ‘unprecedented,’ ‘crazy’ and ‘inspiring’ at Church historic sites
* A look at FamilySearch events and milestones in 2021
* How responding to the pandemic changed the Church’s humanitarian efforts going forward
* Colorado Wildfire: Missionaries and Church Members Accounted for, but Some Lost Everything
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in December 2021
* How to make the most of the Children and Youth program in 2022
* Episode 64: Using critical conversation to empower and protect children online with WhiteRibbonWeek.org founder Deanna Lambson
1/4
* How the Pocatello Idaho Temple is leading to more service and unity in the community
* One blanket at a time: A desire to help child refugees grows to global effort
* How ‘Come, Follow Me’ is changing the Church home by home
* LDS Church building in Park City vandalized with rocks in possible hate crime
* Zach Wilson’s up-and-down season hit a high point vs. Bucs. Here’s why
* Six Apostles will speak at young adult devotionals worldwide this weekend
* Donny Osmond shares sweet tribute video to the late Betty White
1/3
* Young Women and Young Men general leaders: 3 ways youth can ‘Trust in the Lord’ in 2022
* Colorado wildfire: missionaries and Church members accounted for, but some lost everything
* President Russell M. Nelson suggests 3 resolutions in his first message of 2022
* 7 general conference talks about trust for the 2022 youth theme
* How to subscribe to the Church News in print and online
* Women of the Old Testament you’ll meet while studying ‘Come, Follow Me’ this year
* From 2 pages to 96 pages — the 39 books of the Old Testament
1/1-1/2
* 2022 Curriculum to Focus on Study of the Old Testament
* 22 Simple Resources to Help Children Learn the Gospel in 2022
* Sunday School General Presidency Suggests Three Ways to Approach the Old Testament with ‘Come, Follow Me’ 2022
* Clyde J. Williams: How Moses gained divine perspective of ‘things I never had supposed’
* Desmond Tutu will 'leave an indelible legacy'
* Africa South Area presidency offers condolences on passing of Desmond Tutu, who leaves ‘an indelible legacy’
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints D.C. temple to host open house
* BYU QB Baylor Romney announces he’s leaving the program
* Bus crash in Utah and snowstorm in Idaho lead to local wards coming to the rescue
* Read the Church News staff’s favorite stories from 2021
* Overachievers: Forget the finish, BYU football exceeded expectations in 2021
12/31
* Video: Elder Uchtdorf describes how ‘information brings inspiration’ in a council setting
* Latter-day Saints, community members blessed by President Ballard in the Pocatello temple dedicatory prayer
* Latter-day Saint artist designs Christmas stamps for U.K.’s Royal Mail
* First Presidency: Sunday, Dec. 26, Church services to be sacrament meetings only
* Man who survived deadly crash returns to finish church mission in New Mexico
* Imagine Dragons front man kicks off Giving Machine donations in Las Vegas
12/30
* Mormon women's influence expanding
* Illustrated ‘Old Testament Stories’ Completely Refreshed
* How the Church’s Humanitarian Center and Deseret Manufacturing teach skills and service
* Messages of hope and faith in Jesus Christ emphasized in general conference messages in 2021
* Sunday School general presidency suggests 3 ways to approach the Old Testament with ‘Come, Follow Me’ 2022
* Watch for Latter-day Saint Utes to play key roles in Saturday’s historic Rose Bowl game
* Latest temple updates: All but 1 temple offering all living ordinances and at least some proxy work
* One of the nation’s most powerful politicians was also a steadfast ‘home teacher’ at church
* Helping the helpers: Local LDS church to provide thousands of lbs. of food for local non profit
12/29
* Illustrated ‘Old Testament Stories’ Completely Refreshed
* This year on social: Family stories, scriptural insights and other uplifting messages from Church leaders in 2021
* Service and humanitarian work in 2021: How the Church and its members reached out in love around the world
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Jan. 4
* Episode 63: Deseret News Executive Editor Doug Wilks on how connection helped overcome contempt in 2021
* ‘Old Testament Stories’ has rewritten stories and new artwork, just in time for ‘Come, Follow Me’ 2022
* Longtime Nevada Sen. Harry Reid remembered as ‘the embodiment of the American dream’
* 20 tons of food donated to Bybee Lakes Hope Center
* Napa Latter-day Saints church for sale
12/28
* Elder Andersen Says Honest, Sincere Prayer Help Us #HearHim
* ‘Christ Was the Example in All Things,’ Elder Cook Tells Missionaries During Special Christmas Day Devotional
* For Bishoprics and Youth Leaders: Six Things To Do in January
* BYU’s Mikayla Colohan Named Country’s Top College Soccer Player Following Team’s ‘Magical’ Season
* ‘There’s a Time to Be a Christian’ — Church Members Help Neighbors After Midwestern Tornadoes
* Watch these 14 Church News videos you might have missed this year
* 5 BYU soccer players leaving for missions following team’s historic national title run
* Year in review: See photos and read highlights from 2021
* Temples in 2021: Emphasis not just on edifices themselves but work of salvation going on inside
12/27
* This Christmas on social: President Nelson testifies of ‘first and greatest gift of Christmas’
* ‘Christ was the example in all things,’ Elder Cook tells missionaries during special Christmas Day devotional
* Missionary work in 2021: Spotlight on hybrid training, reopened MTCs
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What 2021, a new temple and two missionaries taught me about faith
* The everlasting Noel
* These one-of-a-kind depictions of Joseph Smith might surprise you
* Temples around the world: See photos of the most recent construction progress
12/24-12/26
* Missionary from the Democratic Republic of the Congo Passes Away
* Light the World Themed Boat Wins ‘Best Music’ Award in 2021 Newport Beach Boat Parade
* Read these cherished Christmas memories shared by Church leaders
* Today is Elder Gong’s 68th birthday. Here are 8 of his quotes from the past year
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Why it is fitting that Joseph Smith was born during the Christmas season
* A look back at Church news highlights from 2021
12/23
* “Light the World with Love” is Shared Globally
* Light the World Themed Boat Wins ‘Best Music’ Award in 2021 Newport Beach Boat Parade
* Brother Bradley R. Wilcox: Young Men Advisers Play a Special Role in the Lives of Those They Serve
* Building People through Job Training
* Christmas Lights Shine Bright around the Mexico City Mexico Temple
* Elder Fauber, Missionary Injured in Alabama Shooting, Returns Home After Hospital Release
* How JustServe Volunteers Gathered Thousands of Stuffed Animals for Ronald McDonald House
* How Young Women #LightTheWorld Worldwide as They ‘Live, Care, Invite and Unite’
* Latest Japanese Triple Combination Edition Updates Footnotes, Study Helps and Headings
* Read 15 Christmas Quotes From Modern Prophets and Apostles
* Service-Driven Latter-day Saints in Pocatello Help Jewish Friends Enjoy Hanukkah in Beloved Synagogue
* ‘There’s a time to be a Christian’ — Church members help neighbors after midwestern tornadoes
* BYU’s Mikayla Colohan named country’s top college soccer player following team’s ‘magical’ season
* Here’s what people have donated so far to #LightTheWorld Giving Machines in 2021
* Year in review: See photos and read highlights from 2021
* How young women #LightTheWorld worldwide as they ‘live, care, invite and unite’
12/22
* As a ‘Present Witness,’ President Oaks Testifies of Christ During ‘Witnesses of Christmas’ Concert in Europe
* 50-Plus Church Meetinghouses Shelter Filipinos Impacted by Typhoon Rai
* Building People through Job Training
* How Service at Christmas Changes Hearts to Last All Year
* Stake President Shane Smeed Appointed to the Helm of Missouri’s Park University
* Latest Japanese triple combination edition updates footnotes, study helps and headings
* Episode 62: Service at Christmas and beyond, with JustServe Global Manager Heath Bradley
* For bishoprics and youth leaders: 6 things to do in January
* Which Latter-day Saint temples have reopened?
12/21
* Elder Carl B. Cook Promises BYU–Hawaii Graduates ‘the Lord Has a Work For You’
* Philippines Hit with Widespread Destruction by Super Typhoon Odette
* 50-plus Church meetinghouses open as shelters in Philippines after homes damaged, power knocked out by Typhoon Rai
* Church Members Assess Damage After Tornadoes Hit Midwestern United States
* Elder Nielson Encourages BYU–Idaho Graduates to ‘Be Wise’ and Reject the Labels Being Placed on Gen Z
* New Seoul Korea Temple President and Matron Called to Serve
* Watch the ‘Witnesses of Christmas’ Concert Originating from Rome and Copenhagen
* How service at Christmas changes hearts to last all year
12/20
* 6 places the Prophet Joseph Smith spent Christmas
* Watch the ‘Witnesses of Christmas’ concert originating from Rome, Copenhagen
* ‘For mine eyes have seen thy salvation’: Read 15 quotes from modern prophets and apostles about Christmas
* Tabernacle Choir’s Celtic-themed Christmas performance celebrates family, Irish traditions
* 'Roof breaking' ceremony marks beginning of restoration project for Provo church
* LDS youths plant more than 5,000 mangrove seedlings in Lami
12/18-12/19
* The Tabernacle Choir Records 2022 Christmas Concert
* President Nelson invites all to ‘make room in your heart’ this Christmas for those struggling to feel the Savior’s love
* Stake President Shane Smeed appointed to the helm of Missouri’s Park University
* New Seoul Korea Temple president and matron called to serve
* This week on social: The special moment between Sister Craig’s granddaughter and Elder Renlund after the First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional
* How JustServe volunteers gathered thousands of stuffed animals for Ronald McDonald House
* ‘Witnesses of Christmas’ concert on Sunday originating from Rome, Copenhagen
* The remarkable story of how the Tabernacle Choir Christmas concert came together in two months
* Latter-day Saints, Women in Training giving away 150 turkeys Saturday
12/17
* The Light of Christmas: A Message from President Russell M. Nelson
* Interfaith Christmas Concert Event Invites All to Celebrate Christ's Birth
* Elder Neil L. Andersen Offers Healing Balm in Visit to Ecuador and Colombia
* Typhoon Rai evacuees shelter in Church meetinghouse as storm hits Philippines
* Which countries have the largest percentages of their populations as Latter-day Saints?
* Will expected inclement weather play a factor for No. 13 BYU in Saturday’s Independence Bowl?
* USU police chief resigns after comments about sex assault claims from LDS women
* What does the hiring of Danny Ainge mean for the Utah Jazz?
12/16
* Groundbreaking Announced for a New Temple in West Africa
* Elder Nielson encourages BYU–Idaho graduates to ‘be wise’ and reject the labels being placed on Gen Z
* The General Handbook Is Complete in English
* Helping Hands respond to tornado destruction in the midwestern U.S.
* Elder Neil L. Andersen offers healing balm in visit to Ecuador and Colombia
* Danny Ainge’s basketball history with the state of Utah
* How BYU, Sitake made an uptick in recruiting of 2022 class
12/15
* President Nelson Will Share a Christmas Message with the World on Thursday
* President Oaks Tells Students in Rome Why Religious Freedom Matters
* During Recent Visit to Oxford, Elder Cook Talks About the ‘Precious Precursors’ to Documents That Ensure Religious Liberty
* Read President Oaks’ blessing upon the youth, missionaries, refugees and nation in the Mesa temple rededicatory prayer
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Latter-day Saint women see expanding roles, influence in church leadership
* Episode 61: Mary Richards reports — from radio to Church News journalist
* Tonga’s first YSA ward is organized
* Helping Hands, Latter-day Saint Charities prepare to help tornado victims
* Two arrested in shooting at Jefferson County Latter-day Saints church
* How Latter-day Saint teens in Texas made their own Giving Machine to help Afghan refugees
* Here’s what’s motivating No. 13 BYU in Independence Bowl against UAB
12/14
* Make Wise Choices, Trust God, Elder Uchtdorf Teaches During Asia Area Virtual Tour
* What President Oaks and Elder Gong Taught Youth on the Eve of the Mesa Arizona Temple’s Rededication
* Temple Square Renovation Update: December 2021
* Temple Square renovation update: Pouring concrete for the addition, vertical drilling from the roof and boring pipes below the foundation
* Looking for 2022 Latter-day Saint Winter Olympians and Paralympians
* After earning millions at the box office, ‘Christmas with The Chosen’ soon will air for free on BYUtv
* Utah Latter-day Saint missionary survives Kentucky tornado
12/13
* President Oaks Rededicates Mesa Arizona Temple
* Centenarian participates in Mesa rededication — after attending original 1927 dedication
* What President Oaks and Elder Gong taught youth on the eve of the Mesa Arizona Temple’s rededication
* Mesa temple rededication is part of a renewal and revitalization — including grounds, visitors’ center and neighborhood
* One family, many languages — and the Mesa Arizona Temple led the way
* Church in Hong Kong Donates 1,000 Christmas Gift Bags to Underprivileged Children
* Groundbreaking Held for the Bacolod Philippines Temple
* Scott Taylor: How a Santa suit helped me appreciate a journey, gratitude and Christmas ‘presence’
* In first in-person graduation since pandemic began, Elder Carl B. Cook promises BYU–Hawaii graduates ‘the Lord has a work for you’
* Read about these 9 new stake presidencies from all over the world
12/11-12/12
* Video: President Oaks and President Eyring explain how different perspectives strengthen a council
* The Church Will Open a New Mission in Africa in July 2022
* Church in Hong Kong Donates 1,000 Christmas Gift Bags to Underprivileged Children
* #LightTheWorld Calendar for Children: How it Can Help Strengthen Important Relationships
* The Oakland California Temple is one of the Bay Area's most beautiful buildings. But the public isn’t allowed inside.
* As a First-generation Church Member and College Graduate, Elder Godoy Shares Three Lessons He Learned from Pursuing Education
* This week on social: Brother Brad R. Wilcox and Dallyn Vail Bayles sing together as part of #LightTheWorld
* 70 years of journal-keeping: 5 fascinating things from the journals of Elder George F. Richards
* Europe Area presidency issues statement on Human Rights Day
* Jan. 9 will feature 6 Apostle-led devotionals in one day
* You won’t believe what ‘Christmas with The Chosen’ earned at the box office
* The precarious story behind the Tabernacle Choir’s new Christmas special
12/10
* Elder Cook Teaches How to Achieve Worthwhile Goals and Eliminate ‘Saturday Morning Cartoons’ of Life
* Returned Missionaries Can Choose to Share Contact Information with Mission Leaders in Member Tools
* Service-driven Latter-day Saints in Pocatello help Jewish friends enjoy Hanukkah in beloved synagogue
* Lighting ceremony for Manila Philippines Temple grounds kicks off country’s #LightTheWorld
* As a way to thank entertainers for participating in Christmas concerts, Tabernacle Choir donates to Actors Fund
* Listen to the Church’s 2022 new youth theme album
* First ever YSA ward in Tonga created
* Missionaries helped restore the world’s last battleship, now on display at Pearl Harbor
* How Jim Harbaugh recruited and landed prized Latter-day Saint recruit — while in the mission field
* FISH receives huge donation from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
12/9
* The Tabernacle Choir Celebrates 20 Years of Christmas Broadcasts
* Centenarian Looks to Participate in Mesa Temple Rededication — 94 Years After Attending Original 1927 Dedication
* 2022 Youth Theme Album and Website Released
* Make wise choices, trust God, Elder Uchtdorf teaches during Asia Area virtual tour
* Huge display of Christmas Nativities brings people together in Kansas
* Parents of missionary who was shot in Alabama are grateful for blessings and ‘sense of peace’
* During recent visit to Oxford, Elder Cook talks about the ‘precious precursors’ to documents that ensure religious liberty
* In New York, Tabernacle Choir honors Christmas concert performers with donation to Actors Fund
* This Napa Latter-day Saints church is for sale
12/8
* What Elder Andersen wanted BYU students to know at Christmas about the blessings of making time for the Lord
* Elder Cook teaches how to achieve worthwhile goals and eliminate ‘Saturday morning cartoons’ of life
* ShelterBox, Latter-day Saint Charities Partnership Helping Displaced Families Worldwide
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Christmas lights shine bright around the Mexico City Mexico Temple
* Episode 60: Sunday School general presidency on ‘Come, Follow Me’ 2022 on the Old Testament
* Sites, renderings released for Cape Town South Africa, Querétaro Mexico temples
* Donors impact thousands of lives in huge #LightTheWorld Florida blood drive
* BYU’s historic trip to national soccer championship ends in dramatic shootout loss
12/7
* Missionary shot multiple times in Alabama meetinghouse still in serious condition but improving
* Elder and Sister Nattress Meet with President and First Lady of French Polynesia
* Church Leaders Share Messages of Peace and Hope at 2021 First Presidency Christmas Devotional
* President Henry B. Eyring’s message of peace to those praying for strength this Christmas season
* Elder Dale G. Renlund testifies of Christ and says ‘You can know it, too’
* As a first-generation Church member and college graduate, Elder Godoy shares 3 lessons he learned from pursuing education
* Brother Bradley R. Wilcox: Young Men advisers play a special role in the lives of those they serve
* Latter-day Saint Charities and ShelterBox helping people after war, violence, natural disasters
* BYU women’s soccer ready for national title game after attending church on Sunday
* First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional 2021: Read talk summaries and see photos
* Why hundreds of teens from Bulgaria to New Zealand are lending their voices to youth-led recording of the Book of Mormon
* LDS Church volunteers help local synagogue overcome facility problems in time for Hanukkah
12/6
* Missionary Wounded in Alabama Shooting
* Missionary in serious but stable condition after being shot multiple times
* Elder W. Mark Bassett invites all to ‘be publishers of peace’ this Christmas season and always
* Sister Michelle D. Craig says ‘less conspicuous gifts’ can be holy gifts that bless others this Christmas
* Watch the First Presidency Christmas devotional
* Why hundreds of teens from Bulgaria to New Zealand are lending their voices to youth-led recording of the Book of Mormon
* Learn about these 8 new stake presidents recently called to serve
* Centenarian looks to participate in Mesa temple rededication — 94 years after attending original 1927 dedication
* How the Uchtdorf family focuses their Christmas traditions on Jesus Christ
12/4-12/5
* A New Mission Is Coming to Hawaii in January 2022
* Learn about the president and companion of the new Hawaii Laie Mission
* BYU Cancels 2022 Women’s Conference as Options Are Explored for 2023
* How the Relief Society General Presidency and Latter-day Saint Charities are Empowering Families to Improve Children’s Health
* How to Watch the First Presidency Christmas Devotional
* See the Children’s #LightTheWorld Daily Service Calendar for December 2021
* This week on social: How the Primary general presidency is participating in #LightTheWorld
* How Ensign College’s new employment center is hoping to bless both students and businesses
* Today is Elder Holland’s 81st birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Mormon Battalion monuments vandalized — again
12/3
* Giving Machines Open Around the United States for #LightTheWorld 2021
* How FSY Conferences Anchor the Children and Youth Program
* JustServe Volunteers in Virginia Recognized for Helping Afghan Refugees
* Video: Elder Soares Describes What a Magnet Teaches About Resisting Temptation
* Youth From Utah and Texas Team Up for Community Family History Project with BYU’s Record Linking Lab
* How the Relief Society general presidency and Latter-day Saint Charities are empowering families to improve children’s health
* ‘A Christmas at the St. George Temple’ provides nightly opportunities for visitors to feel the Christmas spirit
* Meet the women’s college soccer team bidding missionary farewells to almost a third of its roster
* Why faith, family and basketball mean everything to USU’s Brock Miller
* What Drew Barrymore said about the #LightTheWorld Giving Machines on her show
12/2
* Animated Nativity Will Be Projected on the Tabernacle’s Ceiling this Christmas Season
* Church Releases New Christmas Album ‘A Savior is Born’
* England’s Most Northerly Congregation Aids Neighbors Following Storm Arwen
* Temple Recommend Changes Include New Process for Completing, Signing and Printing
* Africa launches #LightTheWorld for 2021 Christmas season
* Despite renovations, there are lights on Temple Square. See a photo gallery of this year’s Christmas displays
* ‘Church wasn’t canceled — it just moved outside’: How England’s most northerly congregation aided neighbors following Storm Arwen
* BYU women’s soccer team making historic foray into NCAA’s Final Four
12/1
* Light the World Giving Machines Debut in New York City
* Christmas Lights Shine Bright on Temple Square during the Salt Lake Temple Renovation
* Donors will #LightTheWorld in largest single-event blood drive in Florida history
* See the children’s #LightTheWorld daily service calendar for December 2021
* Episode 59: Sister Uchtdorf and her daughter share German Christmas traditions and family memories
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in November 2021
* Church receives commendation from the Legislature of American Samoa
* BYU students stand, cheer as Rev. Dr. William Barber II calls for a moral march on Washington
* What David Archuleta wants you to understand about his faith journey
11/30
* “Witnesses of Christ” Musical Tribute Kicks Off Christmas on Temple Square
* Light the World 2021 Launches in West Africa
* Registration Open for RootsTech 2022
* Youth from Utah and Texas team up for community family history project with BYU’s Recording Linking Lab
* What these bishops’ storehouse managers in North Carolina learned about the Church Welfare program
* How FSY conferences anchor the Children and Youth program
* Mormon charity helps hundreds of Afghan refugees resettle in D.C. suburb
* USC athletics issues apology to BYU football program for ‘offensive chant’ during game
* Perspective: No ‘offensive chant’ will break the centurylong bond between USC and Latter-day Saints
11/29
* Watch the virtual event Sunday to launch the Christmas season on Temple Square this year
* 20 years of Tabernacle Choir Christmas magic — ‘a gift to the Master’
* How FSY conferences anchor the Children and Youth program
* Temple Square’s ‘Christus’ statue has been removed. What will happen to it?
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Rain donates to elderly
* Learn about these 9 new stake presidencies
11/27-11/28
* The First Presidency’s 2021 Christmas Message
* This week on social: Church leaders share messages of gratitude
* An animated Nativity will be projected on the Tabernacle’s ceiling this Christmas season
* A guide to visiting Temple Square this Christmas
* Thanksgiving service at Provo MTC produces 385,000 meal kits via ‘controlled chaos’
* Elder Stevenson offers 4 ‘missionary pillars of gratitude’ during Thanksgiving devotional at Provo MTC
* How the Black 14 and church are (still) putting the giving into Thanksgiving
* Stanford's Latter-day Saints players share life experiences
11/25-11/26
* President Nelson shares a memory of hope and gratitude on Thanksgiving
* The Exterior Renderings for the Redesigned Provo Utah Temple and the Smithfield Utah Temple
* Elder Rasband Encourages Love, Faith and Joy During 11-Day Visit to Africa
* The Tabernacle Choir Releases New Christmas Video
* Giving Machines Open Around the United States for #LightTheWorld 2021
* Temple Square Renovation Update: November 2021
* BYU Cross Country Athletes Claim Men’s and Women’s National Individual Titles; Women’s Team is Runner-up
* Learn About the Areas of Recently Announced Temples in Brazil
* What 2 BYU–Idaho Professors Have Learned from Gathering Stories of Reconversion
* BYU research suggests how to have a deeper, richer gratitude this Thanksgiving
11/24
* Temple recommend changes include new process for completing, signing and printing
* Learning a Second Language Taught BYU–Pathway Worldwide President That All Have the Potential to Learn
* New Leadership Calling Guides Help Young Women Leaders Mentor Youth
* Episode 58: The positive power of President Nelson’s #GiveThanks invitation one year later
* Latest temple updates: 164 of Church’s 170 temples now designated in Phase 3 for all living, proxy ordinances
* Latter-day Saint soccer phenom Ashley Hatch adds NWSL title trophy to her resume
* BYU cross country athletes claim men’s and women’s national individual titles; women’s team is runner-up
11/23
* In Panama, Church donates cold chain equipment to help preserve COVID-19 vaccines
* FamilySearch Gerações event invites Portuguese speakers worldwide to connect to their family history
* Learn about the new Young Women leadership calling guides
* Learn about the areas of recently announced temples in Brazil
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has helped more than 400 Afghan refugees resettle in a District suburb through a charity drive
* LDS Church returns to Monroe Co. for second massive food donation
11/22
* Hundreds of Musical Artists Perform in Luz de las Naciones
* Photo essay: A day in the life of a missionary — ‘a season of miracles’
* How learning a second language taught new BYU-Pathway President Brian Ashton that all have the potential to learn
* What 2 BYU–Idaho professors have learned from gathering stories of those who leave then return to the covenant path
* Read about these 13 new stake presidencies called to serve in North and South America
* Sister Nola C. Lybbert, wife of the late Elder Merlin R. Lybbert, dies at age 94
* Physics explosion results in 3 students, professor injured
* Local Church of Latter-Day Saints and volunteers distribute 40,000 pounds of food and supplies
* BYU football rallies for 34-17 road win over Georgia Southern
11/20-11/21
* One year after #GiveThanks, Church members express gratitude again for a prophetic invitation
* The Church Donates Cold Chain Equipment to Panama to Help Preserve COVID-19 Vaccines
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, November 19, 2021
* Interfaith Panel at Seton Hall Brings Together Catholics, Latter-day Saints
* New Zealand Stake Indexes 1.1 Million Records — Thanks to Help from Youth ‘Indexathon’
* Watch Saturday’s ‘Luz de Las Naciones’ on a variety of streaming platforms
* This week on social: What President Nelson posted on World Kindness Day
* Mary Richards: What I learned from Air Force cadets about revelation and ministry to the one
* Why President Russell M. Nelson is assigning an unprecedented number of other apostles to dedicate temples
* Video: What it means to Elder Bednar to ‘counsel in council’
* With Christus statue removed, crews begin to demolish North Visitors’ Center at Temple Square
11/19
* Light the World Initiative Launches for Christmas 2021
* Through the Power of the Scriptures, Elder Bednar Teaches BYU–Hawaii Students What Matters Most
* Interfaith panel at Seton Hall brings together Catholics, Latter-day Saints in discussing ways to continue in connection and communication
* Generous donation helps BREAD
* New Zealand stake indexes 1.1 million records — thanks to help from youth ‘Indexathon’
* How trusting God allows Utah receiver and returned missionary Devaughn Vele to find success on the gridiron, and beyond
11/18
* President and Sister Oaks Teach BYU–Idaho Students How Faith in the Lord Is Synonymous With Trust in the Lord
* Savior’s Atonement Key to ‘an Abundant Life and Life Eternal,’ Elder Bassett Teaches BYU Students
* JustServe volunteers in Virginia recognized for helping Afghan refugees
* Through the power of the scriptures, Elder Bednar teaches BYU-Hawaii students what matters most
* Sydney Walker: How Elder Soares’ return to where he was baptized in Brazil represents the value of compassion
* Video: What it means to Elder Bednar to ‘counsel in council’
* Black 14 Philanthropy, LDS Church collaborate on Laramie food donation
11/17
* Elder Holland calls on young adults to be ‘a fortress of strength’ inside the Church and out
* How to obtain ‘an abundant life and life eternal,’ Elder Bassett teaches BYU students
* Afghan Refugees Receive Kitchen Kits from JustServe Volunteers in Northern California
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* General Conference Podcast Episodes Are Now Available
* RootsTech Connect 2022 holds prerecording in Ghana
* Episode 57: BYU–Idaho professors Eric and Sarah d’Evegnée on faith, testimony and reconversion
* 95% of all operational temples are now open for all living and proxy ordinances
* 1 missionary’s call home after the Mexico armed robbery attack on his zone conference
11/16
* Elder Sabin Shares 8 Principles of Peace and Happiness With BYU–Idaho Students
* Elder Holland to Young Adults: Be ‘a Fortress of Strength’ Inside the Church and Out
* The 2021 Luz de las Naciones (Light of the Nations) Program Will Promote Hope and Endurance During Difficult Times
* West Africa Supports Preparations for Global RootsTech Connect 2022
* Elder Uchtdorf: Volkstrauertag a Reminder of Need for Peace, Reconciliation and Forgiveness
* FamilySearch announces 300 limit for personal temple ordinance reservations. Here’s why
* Sheri Dew: How Elder Holland and the Rev. Teal demonstrate respect and friendship that is a ‘model for the ages’
11/15
* Missionaries in the Mexico Torreón Mission Safe Following Armed Robbery
* All are safe after gunmen rob 70 missionaries, assault mission president and his wife during zone conference in Mexico
* Families react to armed robbery of LDS missionaries in Mexico
* Elder Kearon Testifies of God’s Love During BYU–Pathway Worldwide Devotional
* How Volkstrauertag reminds Elder Uchtdorf of the need for peace, reconciliation and forgiveness
* How a Chinese-speaking ward in Utah found dozens of family names last month to take to the temple
* Today is Elder Renlund’s 69th birthday. Here are 7 of his quotes from the past year
* Read about these 15 new and reorganized stake presidencies
11/13-11/14
* President Oaks Urges a ‘Better Way’ to Resolve Our Differences ‘Without Compromising Core Values’
* The Tabernacle Choir’s Television Special Is 2021 Christmas Concert
* Elder Holland and the Rev. Teal of Oxford Speak of Special Interfaith Friendship
* How Elder Holland and the Rev. Teal of Oxford became friends and what this interfaith friendship means to them
* Elder Kearon Testifies of God’s Love During BYU–Pathway Worldwide Devotional
* The growing friendship between a Latter-day Saint stake and Ethiopian church in Utah
* Mormon Temple Cancels This Year's Festival of Lights
* This week on social: Elder Uchtdorf shares 10 images of artwork and explains why art is important to him
11/12
* The stories of military service two women discovered about their ancestors on Veterans Day
* Seoul Korea Temple President Chiwon Kim dies at age 71
* ‘Come, Follow Me’: Exploring Historic Nauvoo, Illinois
* Ashley Hatch, Ward Young Women Adviser and Former BYU Star, Claims U.S. League Scoring Crown
* Latter-day Saint Artist Designs Christmas Stamps for U.K.’s Royal Mail
* Latter-day Saints to Attend Sacrament Meeting Only on December 26
* Global audience expected for Church’s popular Latino cultural celebration — ‘Luz de Las Naciones’
* Afghan refugees receive kitchen kits from JustServe volunteers in Northern California
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned about salvation and service while serving for a season in the Relief Society
11/11
* Video: Elder Uchtdorf describes how ‘information brings inspiration’ in a council setting
* Latter-day Saints, community members blessed by President Ballard in the Pocatello temple dedicatory prayer
* Latter-day Saint artist designs Christmas stamps for U.K.’s Royal Mail
* First Presidency: Sunday, Dec. 26, Church services to be sacrament meetings only
* Man who survived deadly crash returns to finish church mission in New Mexico
* Imagine Dragons front man kicks off Giving Machine donations in Las Vegas
11/10
* Read Elder Kearon’s advice on becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ
* BYU–Hawaii and BYU–Pathway Worldwide Announce New Partnership
* President Nelson honors Czech couple in World Freedom Day social media post
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Episode 56: President Ballard, Elder Holland and Elder Cook reflect on how they first came to know the Savior
* Collection of 3 new Tabernacle Choir concerts products promise to enrich Christmas season
* Ken Jennings returns to ‘Jeopardy!’ — and Temple Square gets a shoutout
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members help after Hurricane Ida
11/9
* Sister Holland Receives Public Service Award From BYU Management Society in St. George
* Elder Andersen Tells U.S. Air Force Academy Cadets to Build Foundation of Faith in Christ
* What Elder Orson Hyde’s Prayer Dedicating the Holy Land 180 Years Ago Means to Latter-day Saints Today
* Which 4 Nations Have the Most Latter-day Saints?
* BYU–Hawaii and BYU–Pathway Worldwide announce new partnership
* Pocatello now home to 170th dedicated temple of the Church
* BYU star, claims U.S. league scoring crown
11/8
* President Ballard Dedicates Pocatello Idaho Temple
* President Ballard set to dedicate the Pocatello Idaho Temple — the Church’s 170th and Idaho’s 6th
* Missionaries Transferred from Ethiopia to Kenya
* Elder Weatherford T. Clayton Talks About the Multigenerational Blessings of Senior Missionary Service in Podcast
* Two leaders of the Missionary Department explain how senior missionary service contributes to the gathering of Israel
* Ahead of temple dedication, Pocatello area youth invited to follow the Savior as their hero
* Sister Holland receives public service award from BYU Management Society in St. George
* New leaders called to serve in these 18 stakes around the world
* What Latter-day Saint cadets learned from Elder Andersen’s visit to the U.S. Air Force Academy
* Today is Elder Uchtdorf’s 81st birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
11/6-11/7
* Open House Announced for the Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple
* Christmas on Temple Square 2021
* Temple Cafeterias Will Permanently Close in Early 2022
* Elder Weatherford T. Clayton Talks About the Multigenerational Blessings of Senior Missionary Service in Podcast
* How Handcart Treks in Argentina Are Connecting Youth With Their Latter-day Saint Pioneer Legacy
* Tongan returning missionary who tested positive for COVID-19 likely not infectious, health officials report
* This week on social: Elder Uchtdorf’s thoughts after the blessing of his great-grandchild
* ‘Come, Follow Me’: Exploring historic Nauvoo, Illinois
* Read about the new temple president and matron of the Sydney Australia Temple
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints donates $5,000 in food and commodities to RER
11/5
* Latter-day Saint Charities pledges 12-month partnership to benefit community in Australia’s heartland
* First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional scheduled for first weekend in December
* Watch: What feeding chickens with Elder Perry taught young President Cordon about shining her light for others to see
* President Ballard asks Latter-day Saints in the British Isles to share this Christmas gift
* The special bonus gift ‘The Chosen’ series is giving to fans this Christmas
* Why did this Mormon’surfing family’ spend a week in a Jewish home for an NBC reality show?
* Tri-State Food Bank gets big donation
* BYU COVID-19 vaccination rate at 77%
* Missionary devotional provides direction, assurance to students and missionaries
* From the mission field to the playing field: How the experience shaped Stanford QB Tanner McKee
* The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints Is Growing In Chattanooga
* LDS temple permit approved - Elko NV
11/4
* BYU–Pathway Worldwide to Offer New Scholarship to All Students Based on Need
* Computer-Assisted Indexing Is Unlocking Records on FamilySearch for People Worldwide
* Latest Update to Gospel Library App Promotes Inspiration, Revelation ‘Each and Every Day’
* Read Elder Gong’s blessing for Latter-day Saints in Manitoba during Winnipeg temple dedicatory prayer
* More than 150 records of what Eliza R. Snow shared with women and children as she traveled are now online
* How hearing loss has taught this general authority’s wife to better ‘hear Him’
* Second test negative for Tongan Latter-day Saint missionary who was his nation’s first COVID-19 case
* Watching BYU Cougars pray after the game can teach us something about talking with God
11/3
* Elder and Sister Bednar Reflect on Middle East Ministry
* Church Announces Dates for 2022 Churchwide Broadcast Events
* Elder Soares Tells Young Adults, Missionaries in Brazil to Center Lives in Jesus Christ
* In Brazil, Elder Soares addresses 5 concerns from young adults and invites them to put the Savior first
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* BYU-Pathway Worldwide to offer new scholarship to all students based on need
* Episode 55: Latter-day Saint musician Wayne Burton on sharing talents to testify of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ
* LDS missionary brings first COVID-19 case to remote island nation
* Study finds LDS members' faith helped them weather pandemic better than most
* Latter Day Saint Churches Donate 25,000 Pounds of Food to New Hope Food Shelf
* Private collection of rare LDS documents valued at $3.2 million for sale
11/2
* Apostles Conclude Ministry Visit to Great Britain
* How Temple Square Is Reopening to the Public
* Light the World Giving Machines Return During Christmas Season
* Elder Christofferson Gives 6 Reasons Societies Should Protect Religious Freedom
* Elder Gong Dedicates the Winnipeg Manitoba Temple
* Sister Aburto Invites Unity of Faith, Love and Strengths Among Religious Communities
* Family History Library expanding hours to Saturdays, evenings
* Fast day was moved from Thursday to Sunday 125 years ago. Here are 8 quotes about fasting
* In Jordan, Egypt and United Arab Emirates, Elder Bednar and President Bingham testify of the Savior and the temple
* Latter-Day Saints Provide Kits for Afghan Refugees
* Opinion: The untold stories of Latter-day Saint ‘reconversion’
* Church Supports Local Families With Thanksgiving Baskets
11/1
* Relief Society Leaders Visit Refugee Camp in Middle East
* Apostles Conclude Ministry Visit to Great Britain
* Church and Community Leaders Break Ground for Temple in American Samoa
* Church dedicates a temple — the Winnipeg Manitoba Temple — for the first time in 20 months
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How the Lord amplified the ministry of 3 British Isles missionaries to bless millions
* Ground broken for new temple in Pago Pago, nearly 45 years after one was first announced for American Samoa
* How 3 Apostles received a sure witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ during missionary service in England
* Elder Christofferson gives 6 reasons societies should protect religious freedom
* Elder Gong presides at gratitude-filled Winnipeg temple cornerstone ceremony prior to Sunday’s historic dedication
* Sister Aburto invites unity of faith, love and strengths among religious communities
* Latter-day Saint missionaries share historic week with 3 apostles who returned to the field
10/30-10/31
* In Jordan, Egypt and United Arab Emirates, Elder Bednar and President Bingham testify of the Savior and the temple
* 3 FamilySearch Features Help New and Beginning Users Search for and Find Their Ancestors
* New Leaders Called to Serve at 5 Church Historic Sites Beginning in 2022
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in October 2021
* This week on social: 4 Apostles share insights from their recent international ministries
* A look at how computer-assisted indexing is unlocking records on FamilySearch for people worldwide
* Salt Lake Temple renovation update: Seismic and excavation work below, truss placement and stone removal from above
* Halloween on Saturday or Sunday? Radio hosts hand out goodies
10/29
* Church Leaders Visit Egyptian Saints in Cairo
* Temple Square Renovation Update: October 2021
* Filipino Saints Share Happiness, Excitement About Temple Announced for Tacloban City
* Elder Soares Addresses Young Adults’ Concerns about Commitment, Loving Those Who Disagree and Other Issues
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Why a chance meeting and a charge to ‘carry on’ mattered for missionaries from the England MTC
* Young adult counselors are needed for FSY conferences in the U.S. and Canada
* Meet Martha Hughes Cannon: First female state senator in U.S., elected 125 years ago
* How handcart treks in Argentina are connecting youth with their Latter-day Saint pioneer legacy
* Episode 54: Elder Weatherford T. Clayton talks about the multigenerational blessings of senior missionary service
* President Ballard visits Scottish Parliament as part of weeklong trip to British Isles
* Elder Soares addresses young adults’ concerns about commitment, loving those who disagree and other issues
* How BYU is helping its student-athletes make money using their names and images
* Local church donates 70,000 pounds of food to Middle Georgia Food Bank
* Oxford chaplain calls use of ‘Mormon’ sloppy
10/27-10/28
* Three Latter-day Saint Apostles Begin Visit to Great Britain
* The Genesis Group Gathers on Temple Square to Celebrate 50 Years Since Its Creation
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Historic Nauvoo Receives Preservation Award for the Restoration of the Temple District
* Elder Gong Invites Winnipeg-Area Youth to Discover Faith, ‘Enduring Joy’ in Canada’s Newest Temple
* Stand as a Witness of God, ‘Be Not Moved,’ Elder Rasband Teaches at Ensign College Devotional
* Church Dedicates Second Deseret Industries in Puyallup, Washington
* The Rev. Teal, Oxford-based Anglican chaplain, champions ‘community building’ during BYU forum
* National poll: Latter-day Saints maintained social connections better than others during pandemic
* What a national survey reveals about Latter-day Saints and their communities
10/21-10/26
* Elders Bednar and Gong Discuss How to Better Understand Muslims
* John S.K. Kauwe III Officially Inaugurated as BYU-Hawaii President by Elder Holland
* President Eyring Points to Then-Unseen Successes of Utah’s Silkworm Industry at Monument Commemoration
* Returning to Her Rural Roots: The Message Elder and Sister Holland Gave to Saints in Sister Holland’s Hometown
* Filippino Saints share happiness, excitement about temple announced for Tacloban City
* ExpoGenealogía in-person and online family history event attracting Spanish speakers worldwide
* ‘Starry Night’ and the ‘Mona Lisa’ on a pumpkin? See this Latter-day Saint’s amazing classical art carvings
* How Steve Young believes anxiety helped him become the man he is today
* Deseret Management Corp. adds new senior vice president of global reach
10/20
* The Relief Society turns 178 today. Here’s a look back at some of its history
* Rendering Released for a Temple in the Western US
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* John S.K. Kauwe III, first native Hawaiian to lead BYU–Hawaii, officially inaugurated as president by Elder Holland
* Sister Craven explains during BYU devotional how to stand out as a disciple of Christ
* Holy Ghost is the best study companion, President Johnson teaches during BYU-Pathway devotional
* Episode 53: Historian Spencer W. McBride on the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for Latter-day Saints today
* ‘Islamophobia is irrational,’ antithetical to American values, BYU Islam conferencegoers told
10/19
* President Eyring points to then-unseen successes of Utah’s silkworm industry at monument commemoration
* Church’s $2 million donation to Oklahoma’s First Americans Museum will help reconnect Native American families
* Returning to her rural roots: The message Elder and Sister Holland gave to Saints in Sister Holland’s hometown
* Was Yoda modeled after President Kimball? (and 3 true Star Wars connections to Latter-day Saints)
* Day of the Dead: Try a family history–focused approach to Halloween season
* MLB legend, Latter-day Saint Dale Murphy throws first pitch at Braves game
10/18
* The Church Donates US$2 Million to First Americans Museum in Oklahoma
* President and Sister Nelson — and Elder and Sister Uchtdorf — share ‘heartland’ counsel to Latter-day Saints in Kansas, Oklahoma
* In an article published in the Arizona Republic, President Oaks invites all to visit the renovated Mesa Arizona Temple
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned about contributing a ‘drop of good’ from writing an article about a single peach
* Learn about these 21 recently reorganized stakes around the world
* Elder Holland tells missionaries to teach with ‘more thunder’ — not by raising their voices but by the Spirit
* Tri-Valley Community provides Kitchen Kits for Afghan Refugees
* The Mesa Arizona Temple has been an anchor for decades. Now, it's entering a new era
* BYU to host long-awaited Islam conference next week
* Baylor Welcomes BYU To Big 12 Conference During Homecoming Parade
10/16-10/17
* 15 Invitations From October 2021 General Conference by The First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
* In Op-Ed Published by The Hill, Elder Rasband Tells World Leaders that Faith in the Economy Begins With Faith in Society
* This week on social: Elder Uchtdorf shares what Fred Astaire, Walt Disney and Vincent Van Gogh have in common
* 3 FamilySearch features to help new and beginning users search and find their ancestors
* Here’s what the governor of Arizona had to say after visiting the Mesa Arizona Temple with Elder Rasband
* In op-ed published by the Hill, Elder Rasband tells world leaders that faith in the economy begins with faith in society
* ‘Proclaim Peace’ authors encourage BYU students to foster peace in a contentious world
* The Church’s humanitarian efforts during COVID-19
10/15
* Arizona Governor Visits Mesa Arizona Temple
* Silicon Slopes Packages 1 Million Meals for Utah Food Bank
* New Joseph Smith Papers Podcast: Why the Nauvoo Temple Is Essential To Understanding the Restoration
* A Man of Science and Faith, Elder Richard E. Turley Sr., Emeritus General Authority Seventy, Dies at Age 90
* Learn About FamilySearch’s Day of the Dead Celebration and Find a Calendar of Daily Activities
* Learn about the 3 areas in Mexico where temples have been announced this year
* How faith, family and go-to hymns helped former BYU swimmer/ER doc claim open water’s ‘triple crown’
* Why the executive director of the Missionary Department calls today a ‘season of miracles’ for missionary work
* How temple worship, construction changed throughout the pandemic
10/14
* 15 invitations from October 2021 general conference by the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
* 10 things you might not know about the Church’s humanitarian efforts
* Learn about FamilySearch’s Day of the Dead celebration and find a calendar of daily activities
* Are Latter-day Saint LGBTQ youths less suicidal? New research asks the question
* This former ‘Bachelor’ couple toured a newly renovated Latter-day Saint temple
* Temple stat not seen since 1898: Highest number of temples per Church member
* ‘Music and the Spoken Word’ will now be broadcast in the UK
10/13
* Using the example of Apollo 13, Bishop Waddell shares 3 ways to ‘stay connected’ to the only source of truth
* How can I help my child prepare for the temple?
* ‘There is a hurry,’ Brother Wilcox says about education, repentance and gathering Israel
* After a life built on the foundation of the Savior, Sister Jean S. Groberg, 87, wife of Elder John H. Groberg, dies
* Episode 52: Reimagining missionary work with leaders of the Missionary Department, Elder Marcus B. Nash and David N. Weidman
* Bishop Waddell shares how to better ‘stay connected’
* Meet actors and producers of WITNESSES October 14!
* Technology impacts family history work
10/12
* The Renovated Mesa Arizona Temple Opens to the Public This Week
* Elder Rasband and Elder Gong lead a modern-day look inside the renovated Mesa Arizona Temple
* Elder and Sister Holland: ‘How Growing Up in Rural Utah Shapes a Life’
* Sister Jean Sabin Groberg built her life upon the foundation of the Savior. She died at age 87
* Brazil, Mexico, Colombia MTCs set to reopen for on-site training; Provo MTC expands to training in 17 languages
* Veteran says painting missionaries who have died helped save his own life
10/11
* Groundbreaking Held for Casper Wyoming Temple
* Ground broken for 2nd temple in the Equality State
* This week on social: What general conference speakers shared after their talks
* How temple growth has fared during a pandemic that has limited work in and on temples
* Elder Richard E. Turley Sr., emeritus general authority and U. engineering professor, dies at age 90
* ‘Helping Hands’ provide hurricane relief
* Arrest made in vandalism of a Syracuse church building
10/9-10/10
* Elder Nattress Teaches BYU–Hawaii Students How To Withstand Life’s Spiritual Tsunamis
* Learn 16 Simple Ways to Be a Better Humanitarian
* Today is President Ballard’s 93rd birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Elder and Sister Holland: ‘How Growing Up in Rural Utah Shapes a Life’
* Apply to be in the Nauvoo and British pageants happening summer 2022
* New LDS Living podcast focuses on coming to know the Prophet Joseph Smith
* BYU scientists discover a new cancer-driving mechanism, develop new drug to treat it
10/8
* A brief history of Latter-day Saint temple announcements
* Long-Awaited Open House Begins for Winnipeg Manitoba Temple
* See inside the Winnipeg Manitoba Temple as the open house begins
* Latter-Day Saints From Liberia to Bolivia React to President Nelson’s Announcement of 13 New Temples
* Learn 16 simple ways to be a better humanitarian
* One-third of the October 2021 general conference speakers were new to the pulpit. Learn more about them
* Alumni speak to BYU students during Homecoming Week
10/7
* Elder Uchtdorf Tells Chaplains to Lift, Embrace, Bring Peace
* Church Leaders Say Effective Leadership at Home or Church Includes Councils
* English Texts of October 2021 General Conference Messages Now Online
* See a List of All Temples and Locations Announced by President Nelson, With Current Status Updates
* Elder Nattress teaches BYU-Hawaii students how to withstand life’s spiritual tsunamis
* First Presidency announces groundbreaking for Bacolod Philippines Temple
* LaHarpe readies for annual fall cleanup
10/6
* How Church leaders taught from the scriptures during October 2021 general conference
* Episode 51: During general conference, Church leaders testify of Jesus Christ, urge members to strengthen their spiritual foundations
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Oct. 12
* The focus of general conference: ‘the Savior, Jesus Christ, His mercy and His infinite redeeming power’
* BYU-Idaho student dies after collapse near finish line of Utah marathon
* ‘It’s Cougar World’: How BYU athletics connects people with a community of faith
10/5
* At the October 2021 General Conference, the Prophet Says the Church Will Build 13 More Temples
* Download a PDF of Talk Summaries from October 2021 General Conference
* FSY Conferences in U.S., Canada Return at Full Scale Beginning in 2022
* ‘Full’ strength: FSY conferences in U.S., Canada return at full scale beginning in 2022
* Utah Now Has A Coffee Shop That Doesn't Sell Coffee
10/4
* What Did the Prophet Teach at General Conference?
* In a Video Shared at General Conference, the Prophet Speaks from Inside the Salt Lake Temple
* October 2021 general conference: See a list of talk summaries, photo galleries and session highlights
* Multicultural Choir to Sing Live During October 2021 General Conference
* How Deseret Ranches of Florida — One of the Largest U.S. Cow-Calf Ranching Operations — Looks to Sustain Its Legacy
* New Resources Help You Share Messages of Faith, Hope During Day of the Dead
* See a list of all temples and locations announced by President Nelson, with current status updates
* Latter-day Saints from Liberia to Bolivia react to President Nelson’s announcement of 13 new temples during October 2021 general conference
* Elder Dean M. Davies honored and 6 General Authority Seventies released at general conference
* BYU football ranked No. 10 in both Associated Press, Coaches polls
10/2-10/3
* General conference by the numbers: 12 facts you might not know
* Two New Area Seventies Are Called
* Nauvoo, British Pageants Accepting Applications for Family Cast Members
* Send us a photo of your general conference experience
* Revisiting Elder Bednar’s pattern for preparing for and studying general conference messages — doctrine, invitations, blessings
* General conference will feature live music, including a multicultural choir
* Timeline explores history of General Conference
10/1
* Jon Ryan Jensen: The same comfort President Hinckley offered after 9/11 can be ours this weekend
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in September 2021
* How Deseret Ranches of Florida — one of the largest U.S. cow-calf ranching operations — looks to sustain its legacy
* What Latter-day Saint missionary work looks like during a pandemic
* The Church of Jesus Christ does this more than any other organization
* General conference will still be virtual, but other things have reopened
9/30
* October 2021 Edition of the World Report
* What does it take to produce general conference? 91,000 hours and the knowledge the event is heaven-directed, says the secretary to the First Presidency
* Sarah Jane Weaver: The ultimate credential to access the power of general conference
* The Church’s Redevelopment Project in Mesa Is Complete
* Church’s mixed-use redevelopment project fosters ongoing growth, revitalization around Mesa Arizona Temple
* A visit to Nauvoo: President Bingham and President Johnson share pioneer connections and instruction with leaders, missionaries
* Why some words and phrases are no longer used in the Church’s General Handbook
* How many new temple sites will be announced at General Conference this weekend?
* 5 practical ways to get the most out of Latter-day Saint general conference
9/29
* How JustServe’s guiding mission to ‘Love your neighbor’ is fueling its global reach
* BYU Announces Major Changes to Student Housing Program, Effective Fall 2022
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Oct. 5
* The Church dedicates new YouTube channel to stream General Conference
* Episode 50: Elder Brook P. Hales, secretary to the First Presidency, gives an inside look into the preparations for general conference
* Latest temple updates: 2 South America temples to add proxy baptisms; 95% worldwide offering at least some proxy work
* What this historian believes is the most ‘beautiful’ piece of Latter-day Saint art in church history
* Martin Luther King III asks BYU students to rise up and create his father’s ‘beloved community’
* Mormon church claims ownership to paintings in lawsuit
9/28
* What’s New for General Conference?
* How an online tool called ‘Become’ is helping users improve their relationship with Jesus Christ
* Learn more about President Bingham and President Johnson’s virtual tour of 11 countries in Asia
* What is emotional resilience and how can I develop it? Learn about the Church’s new resource
* How hurricane relief in 2008 led Martin Luther King III to speak at BYU Tuesday
* A midnight ride with America’s celebrity rabbi
* Nearly 300 Haitian migrants have been released into the United States, and a church group is assisting them.
9/27
* Sister Jean B. Bingham and Sister Camille N. Johnson’s virtual ministry in Asia
* Emotional Resilience Training Offered by Church
* Two Rooms Refurbished at Beehive House in Salt Lake City
* 8 ways to watch or listen to October 2021 general conference + 3 ways to prepare
* Missionaries talking to missionaries: What are they saying about the new online, on-site training program?
* Huntsman appeals tithing fraud lawsuit
* Opinion: The wrestle among believers about vaccine mandates
9/25-9/26
* Brother Corbitt: Vital Principle of Faith Applies to Loved Ones Who Stray, Racial Harmony, Marital Success
* Two Rooms Refurbished at Beehive House in Salt Lake City
* BYU–Idaho President Encourages Students to Exercise Patience, Optimism
* Elder Pieper Identifies 3 Ways to Strengthen the BYU’s Unique Community
* Exercise More Faith in Jesus Christ, BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Says in Debut Address
* This week on social: ‘The bullseye of the gospel of Jesus Christ’
* More than 40% of Canadian Latter-day Saints live in which province?
* See what Joseph F. Smith’s rooms in the Beehive House might have looked like in 1918
* Oct. 7: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
9/24
* Power of gathering evident in Europe as Elder Bednar leads meetings with leaders, members, missionaries in Germany and Italy
* Temple Site Locations Announced in Four Latin American Countries
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, September 23, 2021
* Temple Square Renovation Update: September 2021
* Focus on Preparing 3 ‘Needful Things,’ Elder Gong Teaches Missionaries
* How Become.org Is Helping People Grow Closer to Jesus Christ
* Latter-day Saint who taught missionary lessons in Japan now patrolling the Air Force backfield on the gridiron
* Cumming Volunteers Head to Louisiana to Aid Hurricane Clean-up
* BYU announces major changes to student housing program, effective fall 2022
9/23
* The First Presidency Asks Latter-day Saints Worldwide to Wear Face Masks in Temples
* Timeline: How the Church has responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic
* The Tabernacle Choir Resumes First In-Person Rehearsals Since the Beginning of the Pandemic
* 6 Key Lessons and Divine Principles for Trusting in God’s Timing
* 6 Proven Ways to Fight Loneliness, Increase Social Connection
* Elder Neil L. Andersen Reflects on the Prophet Joseph Smith After Visiting Church Historic Sites in Eastern US
* Brother Corbitt explains how a vital principle of faith applies to loved ones who stray, racial harmony and marital success
* Elder Ted E. Brewerton — General Authority Seventy and optimist — dies at age 96
* Focus on preparing 3 ‘needful things,’ Elder Gong teaches missionaries
* How these Latter-day Saint women are making a difference for refugees in Houston
* How the military will handle religious exemptions to vaccine mandates
9/22
* Church Completes Major Microfilm Digitization Initiative
* National Day of Fasting Gets Wide Support in French Polynesia
* California Wildfire Damages Historic Site Where Three Mormon Battalion Members Are Buried
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* In his first devotional as president of BYU-Pathway Worldwide, President Ashton teaches students what it means to exercise faith in Jesus Christ
* Elder Pieper identifies 3 ways BYU students and faculty can strengthen the university’s unique community
* Episode 49: The unifying language of the gospel, with Church News translation coordinator Vanessa Fitzgibbon
* Latter-day Saint teen surfer tells about shark encounter on Florida beach
* From knocking on doors to Facebook posts: Missionary work moves online
9/21
* Elder Renlund Explains How Doctrine of Christ and Spiritual ‘Sisu’ Lead to ‘Happily Ever After’
* California Wildfire Damages Historic Site Where Three Mormon Battalion Members Are Buried
* How Can I Help My Stake, Ward or Family Council Be More Effective?
* 2021 Church Music Festival Highlights Music, Children Testifying of the Savior
* ‘Building Forever Families’ during National Family Week celebrations in the Philippines
* Learn about Utah, Nevada cities with recently announced temples
* 15 invitations from April 2021 general conference by the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
* Video: A missionary’s first ‘transfer’ — from online training at home to on-site at the MTC
* LDS society adds historic Pocatello cooperative building to registry
9/20
* Church Breaks Ground for Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple
* Scott Taylor: How Elder Stevenson taught me to see ‘Holiness to the Lord’ as an invitation
* BYU professor and researcher shares 6 proven ways to fight loneliness and increase social connection
* Meet new University of Utah president Taylor Randall — academic freedom guardian, returned missionary and loyal ‘Ute’
* hy this Catholic priest brings clergy-in-training to the Philippines MTC every year
* Map: Who on earth can watch general conference?
9/18-9/19
* Renderings Released for Four Temples in the Western US
* Uplifting music, children’s testimonies of the Savior highlight 2021 Church Music Festival ‘Peace, Peace, Be Still’
* Church members, missionaries help flood victims in Germany and Belgium
* This week on social: What 2 Apostles taught about how Heavenly Father feels about His imperfect children
* Learn about Elder Neil L. Andersen’s reflections on Joseph Smith after visiting Church historic sites in Eastern United States
* BYU issued a ‘Statement on Belonging.’ Will it succeed?
* Building a house of the Lord: Pocatello temple's opening a testament to the work of many
* ‘It is personal for me’: Why BYU receiver Gunner Romney desperately wants to play against ASU
* Tabernacle Choir will return to rehearsals next week with ‘multi-layer’ COVID protection plan
* Food insecurity and the pandemic: Who’s going hungry and has it gotten worse?
9/17
* The Church’s Seven English Africa Newsrooms Have Merged into One Website
* BYU–Hawaii President: Scriptures Teach How Water Symbolizes Peace, Righteousness from Obedience
* President Ballard Shares the Answer to Strife While Addressing Manti Temple Workers
* What Are the Children and Youth Emblems of Belonging and Achievement?
* California wildfire damages historic site where 3 Mormon Battalion members are buried
* How to watch the 2021 Church Music Festival
* Watch: Elder Andersen teaches how to stay true to the Savior after ‘savoring the precious fruit’ of the gospel
* How to watch or listen to October 2021 general conference
* Q&A: How this prolific author/historian found her passion for Latter-day Saint history
* LDS Church Members Aid in Hurricane Ida Clean-Up
9/16
* President Nelson Launches Personal Instagram Account in Spanish
* Eleven More Chapters of the General Handbook Are Available in Many Languages
* Now Here: The Long-awaited Return of Temple Open Houses, Dedications and Rededications
* This is the 4th year in a row an Apostle has addressed the G20 Interfaith Forum. Here’s what Elder Rasband said about participating
* Ensign College students challenged to trust in God’s timing — and stand in holy places
* Sarah Jane Weaver: The lesson of understanding from a Supreme Court justice and the mother of the defendant she sentenced
* What 3 faith leaders had to say after touring the Pocatello Idaho Temple
* Church of Jesus Christ will pay $250M into fund for Boy Scout sexual abuse claims
* Church reschedules groundbreaking date for Pago Pago American Samoa Temple
9/15
* Elder Rasband and Sister Eubank Address the G20 Interfaith Forum in Italy
* Groundbreakings Announced for Two Temples in the South Pacific
* Updates on Pago Pago American Samoa Temple groundbreaking: new date, new presiding leader
* In BYU–Idaho’s opening devotional, President Eyring encourages students to ‘stand patiently in holy places’
* Latest temple updates: For first time since reopenings began, a new temple joins the phased listings
* Elder Renlund explains how doctrine of Christ and spiritual ‘sisu’ lead to ‘happily ever after’
* Episode 48: BYU Professor Julianne Holt-Lunstad on the loneliness epidemic and the power of connection
* BYU student who defaced LGBTQ chalk-art is no longer enrolled, school says
* The world’s hunger calamity is spiraling out of control. Here’s how Latter-day Saint Charities has responded
9/14
* Church Breaks Ground for Neiafu Tonga Temple 130 Years After First Missionaries Arrived in Island Nation
* Open House Begins for Pocatello Idaho Temple
* Pocatello Idaho Temple opens its doors, offering first public look inside a temple in 590 days
* Church hosts first temple open house since COVID-19 pandemic in Pocatello, Idaho
* Believers’ ability to serve tied to religious freedom, Elder Rasband says at G20 Interfaith Forum
* How can I help my stake, ward or family council be more effective?
* Elder Gary Stevenson conducts media open house at Pocatello Temple
* Returned missionary Tanner McKee makes splash in debut as Stanford’s starting QB
* Donation drive aims to raise 600,000 pounds of food this year
* Donny Osmond was temporarily paralyzed after 2019 surgery complications
* In Italy, Elder Rasband tells global faith leaders: ‘The world needs us’
9/13
* 9/11 National Day of Service Memorializes 20th Anniversary of Attacks
* 9/11 National Day of Service: A look at how some Utah communities gathered to serve
* Elder and Sister Bednar Invite Young Adults to “Ask, Seek, Knock” to Find Answers to Life’s Questions
* Bednars to Host Face to Face for Young Adults on September 12
* 'A reason to hope': Nairobi Kenya Temple Groundbreaking
* Church Breaks Ground for Neiafu Tonga Temple 130 Years After First Missionaries Arrived in Island Nation
* G20 Interfaith Forum is all about connections and solving world problems, religious leaders say
* In case you missed it: President Nelson’s birthday tributes, how Utah communities honored 9/11, plus 7 more stories
* Now here: the long-awaited return of temple open houses, dedications and rededications
* BYU shows it learned lessons from past rivalry games in holding off Utah, finally
* G20 Interfaith Forum is all about connections and solving world problems, religious leaders say
9/11-9/12
* Watch the Tabernacle Choir special ‘9/11, Coming Together’
* Remembering 9/11: Service, Concert, Articles Commemorate 20th Anniversary
* Timeline: Key 9/11 events involving the Church, its leaders and members
* 2 comforting messages President Gordon B. Hinckley shared after the 9/11 terrorist attacks
* Bednars to Host Face to Face for Young Adults on September 12
* BYU President Worthen Shares Vision for Community of Belonging, with ‘Hearts Knit Together in Love’
* Latter-Day Saint Youth and Suicide: What to Know and How to Help
* Miracles Sustaining Drought-Parched Church Welfare Farms, Ranches
* What are the Children and Youth emblems of belonging and achievement?
* President Ballard shares the answer to strife while addressing Manti temple workers
* LDS Church tells California leaders to not approve religious exemption to COVID-19 vaccine mandates
* Church Donates Food To Local Food Banks
9/10
* Always Be Open, Ready and Willing to #HearHim, Says Elder D. Todd Christofferson
* Latter-day Saints join hands with others to help flood victims
* President Nelson Turns 97: Senior Church Leaders Share Lessons Learned From the Prophet
* Elder Cook Shares 4 Principles That Set a Foundation for Eternity
* How a Diverse Trio of Latter-Day Saint Chaplains From World War I Remain Relevant a Century Later
* See Photos and Catch a Glimpse Into the Life of President M. Russell Ballard
* Joseph Smith Papers Conference to explore sacred texts in 19th century America
* Jason Swensen: How a prophet’s assurances in the hours following the 9/11 attack still comfort a military dad
* Two decades later, how 9/11 experiences have bolstered faith for these Latter-day Saints
9/9
* Bednars to Host Face to Face for Young Adults on September 12
* ‘Come, Follow Me’: Exploring Sites in Historic Kirtland, Ohio
* BYU President Worthen shares his vision for how to create a community of belonging, with ‘hearts knit together in love’
* Elder Cook to BYU-Idaho faculty: 4 principles students must understand
* Today is Elder Cook’s 81st birthday. Here are 8 of his quotes from the past year
* BYU–Hawaii President Kauwe explains what rivers and ocean waves have to do with peace and righteousness
* 9/11 and the myth, reality and miracles of New York City missionaries
* Latest temple updates: 3 more South American temples to offer all living ordinances; 1 temple resumes operations, while 1 pauses
* Changing allegiances: These BYU and Utah fans went from blue to red, or red to blue. Here are their stories
9/8
* Episode 47: In honor of President Nelson’s 97th birthday, Sheri Dew and Michael Colemere share insights and lessons learned from the Prophet
* Local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members provide aid in Waverly
* Church offers drive-thru community dinner
* A man, a wooden leg and a temple
* Churches come together for back-to-school service
* School Receives Donation Of 300 Desks
9/7
* Coordinated Response by the Thousands for Hurricane Ida Victims
* How Latter-day Saint Helping Hands are serving Hurricane Ida victims in Louisiana
* Family and Church Leaders Remember the Life of Elder Dean M. Davies
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics: 3 medals, plus records made in Tokyo
* Where were you on 9/11? The Church News staff shares what they remember
* How ‘heaven’s windows’ are opening to quench drought-parched Church welfare farms/ranches
* During his first public appearance since COVID-19, President Nelson honors Elder Davies for his tireless, valiant ministry
* Utah reconciling history with Indian Residential Schools
* Notre Dame’s ‘Rudy’ Runs BYU Flag Onto Field Before Cougars’ Game Against Arizona
9/4-9/6
* Beneficiaries of Church’s Transitional Services Initiative Receive Care, Counsel and Connections to Rebuild their Lives
* Groundbreaking Date Set for the Casper Wyoming Temple
* Watch: What Sister Craig Learned When She Put Away Her Phone While Waiting in Line
* Two women leaders share key principles of ministering to others
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, day 10: Sitting volleyball team to compete for bronze, plus updates in goalball, archery and swimming
* A look at the history of Face to Face events: Topics, audiences, locations and international reach
* Face to Face timeline: Watch videos and read summaries of past events
9/3
* Elder Christofferson Calls on ‘Best of Gen Z’ to Seek Truth, Avoid Traps of Generalizations
* Official Name Announced for Temple to be Built in Oregon
* England, Mexico MTCs Set to Slowly Reopen On-site Training; Provo MTC Adding Languages
* 5 notable accounts from President M. Russell Ballard’s new biography, ‘Anxiously Engaged’
* Have you seen the Church's online art exhibit 'Meditations on Belief'?
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 8 & 9: Sitting volleyball and goalball teams to compete for medals, plus updates in swimming, track and discus
* Latter-day Saint youth and suicide: What to know and how to help
9/2
* How Latter-day Saint Charities Is Helping Afghan Refugees in Europe, the United States and Qatar
* Elder Rasband: How and Where to Find Answers to Questions That Sidetrack Faith
* Elder Dean M. Davies Dies at Age 69
* Latest Diaries Release Shows Why Emmeline B. Wells’ Efforts for Women Were a Work of ‘Heart and Brain’
* Local Church Leaders in Louisiana Making Early Assessment of Hurricane Ida’s Wrath
* See photos and catch a glimpse into the life of President M. Russell Ballard
* Elder Christofferson calls on ‘best of Gen Z’ to avoid traps of generation’s generalizations
* England, Mexico MTCs set to slowly reopen on-site training; Provo MTC adding languages
* See what Kalani Sitake had to say about BYU’s Latter-day Saint missionary program
* Man arrested in St. George church fires claimed 'righteous anger,' police say
* Latter-day Saint Charities continues to send supplies to Afghan refugees on the move
9/1
* Elder Bednar Says ‘Power of Godliness’ in Covenants, Ordinances
* Why Emmeline B. Wells said her efforts for women were a work of ‘heart and brain’
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in August 2021
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics: Gold in swimming, plus updates in goalball, track and shot put
* Church making early assessment of Hurricane Ida’s wrath; missionaries safe
* Episode 46: Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt on his role with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square
* Nearly half of Church members in the U.S. live in 3 states. Where do the rest live?
* Police: One in custody after 3 Latter-day Saint meetinghouses catch fire in St. George
8/30-8/31
* During MTC devotional, Elder Bednar invites missionaries to find ‘the power of godliness’ in covenants and ordinances
* Winnipeg Manitoba Temple Open House and Dedication Dates Announced
* Church making early assessment of Hurricane Ida’s wrath; missionaries safe
* Nearly half of Church members in the U.S. live in 3 states. Where do the rest live?
* Church targets 400 youths in Cross River for skills acquisition
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in August 2021
* All Latter-day Saints serving In Afghanistan accounted for
* Church leaders meet with the Vice President of the Dominican Republic
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, August 27, 2021
* ‘Come, Follow Me’: Exploring sites in Historic Kirtland, Ohio
* Planting trees, blood drives and community cleanup part of the All Africa Service Day
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 4 & 5: Gold in track and silver in wheelchair rugby and making history in swimming
* BYU condemns a student’s use of a homophobic slur
* How a diverse trio of Latter-day Saint chaplains from World War I remain relevant a century later
* Why Glenn Beck is in the Middle East offering aid to Afghan Christians
8/28-8/29
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, day 3: Wheelchair rugby, sitting volleyball, goalball, archery and fencing
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, August 27, 2021
* BYU–Idaho 20th Anniversary: Past Presidents Reflect on School’s Prophetic Design, Innovative Spirit
* This week on social: Brother Brad Wilcox’s advice for the return to Sunday meetings in the chapel
* How a diverse trio of Latter-day Saint chaplains from World War I remain relevant a century later
* These 2 experienced leaders will serve as counselors in the new Tabernacle Choir presidency
* The news people missed in Elder Holland’s BYU talk
8/27
* President Eyring Says We Can #HearHim Through Others’ Counsel and Guidance
* Two Counselors Announced to Serve with New Tabernacle Choir President
* All Africa Service Day Initiative Continues to Bless Communities in West Africa
* Following Haitian Earthquake, Elder Soares and Sister Aburto Tell Caribbean Members to View Trials ‘Through the Eyes of Faith’
* Like to Perform? Audition to Be a 2022 Performing Missionary in Nauvoo
* Church donates, distributes emergency supplies in Haiti; meetinghouses opened as shelters
* Ila Jean Kofford’s vibrant testimony brought her future General Authority husband back to Church. She lived to be 88
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics, days 1 & 2: Wins in wheelchair rugby and goalball, plus fencing bouts
* With Jaren Hall as QB1, what becomes of BYU backups Romney, Conover?
8/26
* Elder Jack N. Gerard Talks with the Rev. Amos C. Brown about Overcoming Prejudice
* Unified Latter-day Saint Youth in Texas ‘Rise to the Challenge’ in Spartan Race
* Following Haitian earthquake, Elder Soares and Sister Aburto tell Caribbean members to view trials ‘through the eyes of faith’
* What President Worthen taught during BYU’s University Conference about belonging, revelation and avoiding contention
* BYU celebrating 20th anniversary of arrival of ‘Christ Healing the Sick at Bethesda’
* Latter-day Saint Charities provides ‘heaven sent’ supplies to Afghan refugees arriving in Qatar
* Latter-Day Saints Church supports Green Ghana project
* Ontario couple gives away organic bounty
8/25
* Elder Jack N. Gerard Talks with the Rev. Amos C. Brown about Overcoming Prejudice
* Afghan Refugees in Qatar Receive Aid
* Haiti: Latter-day Saints Provide Humanitarian Aid and Volunteer Service
* Peru’s First Lady Visits Church Offices in Lima
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* As COVID-19 Cases Surge, Former Assistant Church Historian Shares Lessons from Past Epidemics
* General Leaders, Experts Speak During 2021 BYU Education Week
* Lessons of Sacrifice and Consecration From the Labor Missionaries in New Zealand
* Meet the Latter-day Saint Paralympians Competing in Tokyo
* Latter-day Saints in the Paralympics: Swimmer carries country’s flag during opening ceremonies
* Episode 45: Shannon Allred Cox on the miracle of easing personal trials through service
8/24
* Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Urges BYU to Embrace Its Uniqueness, Stay True to the Savior
* BYU announces the formation of a new Office of Belonging
* Understand, love and include: 6 perspectives on the LGBTQ Latter-day Saint experience
* Church provides over $400,000 in COVID-19 relief to Paraguay
* BYU announces annual awards for faculty, staff
* Church worker electrocuted in Benue
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to embark of environmental Sanitation on Saturday
8/23
* Groundbreaking Held for Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Temple
* President Cordon and President Lund emphasize following the Savior’s example in teaching youth how to lead
* Haiti: Latter-day Saints Provide Humanitarian Aid and Volunteer Service
* David Archuleta: A Day in My Life
* What 3 mental health experts taught at BYU Education Week about anxiety, perfectionism, religious OCD and depression
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints' Santa Maria 3rd Ward partners with county Foodbank
* BYU reveals temporary plans for the old Provo High School
* Social Media Reacts To Zach Wilson’s Mom
* After 2 scrimmages, BYU football on brink of QB decision as other depth battles remain
* Church provides over $400,000 in COVID-19 relief to Paraguay
* 20th anniversary of BYU–Idaho: How its creation is ‘one of the most important educational events of the Restoration’
* Scott Taylor: What I learned about Haitian resiliency from witnessing responses to the devastating 2010 earthquake
8/21-8/22
* President Cordon and President Lund emphasize following the Savior’s example in teaching youth how to lead
* BYU Education Week: How to find purpose and focus as a covenant woman
* What 3 mental health experts taught at BYU Education Week about anxiety, perfectionism, religious OCD and depression
* This week on social: What one Church leader learned about the Savior from “sea glass”
* Tabernacle Choir postpones resumption of rehearsals due to surging COVID-19 cases
* BYU will require masks in classrooms this fall
* Fire jumps Mormon Emigrant Trail, the Mormon Battalion’s contribution to the 1849 California Gold Rush
* Thousands of food donations distributed to flood victims in Nicholas County
* Marie Osmond Cancels Ravinia Concert Due To Coronavirus Pandemic
8/20
* Interview with the Rev. Amos C. Brown about overcoming prejudice featured in September issue of the Liahona
* Elder Jack N. Gerard Talks with the Rev. Amos C. Brown about Overcoming Prejudice
* Church Continues to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Paraguayans Impacted by COVID-19
* Children and Youth program is not about goal setting — it’s about exercising faith in the Savior, Young Women and Young Men leaders say
* BYU Education Week: 5 ways to activate your inborn capacity to experience joy
* NFL vet Brady Poppinga blends mission language skills with gridiron bona fides in his Spanish-TV analysis
* As COVID-19 cases surge, former assistant Church historian shares lessons of the past
* Dumont residents oppose developing former LDS church property
* Church promotes community service, discourages total reliance on govt
* Groundbreaking date announced for first Latter-day Saint temple in Cambodia
* Lindsey Stirling, David Archuleta and Derek Hough want to talk about acceptance. Here’s how to join them
* Latter-day Saints teens prepare birthday kits for mothers in shelters
8/19
* Groundbreaking Date Announced for Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple
* From the Top of the Temple to 65 Feet Underground, the Renovation of Temple Square Continues
* See 29 photos, 1 video of latest Temple Square renovation efforts, from rooftop trusses to underground excavation
* Church Continues to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Paraguayans Impacted by COVID-19
* Latter-day Saints in Susanville poised to flee California’s massive Dixie Fire
* How the Children and Youth program supports the rising generation in accomplishing the work of salvation and exaltation
* Independent bookseller who had dealings with Mark Hofmann dies at age 68
* With ‘Pressure Machine,’ The Killers bring everyone to Utah’s hidden side
* Santa Clarita Grocery, LDS Church Organize, Distribute Donations Under ‘Summer Of Service’
8/18
* Elder Uchtdorf Shares Five Messages All of God’s Children Need to Hear
* BYU Education Week: ‘What seek ye?’ Answering the questions of Jesus
* Understanding and implementing the Children and Youth program: What President Nelson has said about today’s youth
* BYU Education Week: Strengthening one’s foundation through diet, exercise and sleep
* Episode 44: Following the recent First Presidency message on masks, immunizations, Richard E. Turley Jr. reflects on the lessons of history
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Latest temple updates: Two Mexico temples — Ciudad Juárez and Colonia Juárez – to begin offering all living, proxy ordinances
* Meet the Latter-day Saint Paralympians competing in Tokyo
* Mormon university urged to Bring back the beard
8/17
* The Church of Jesus Christ Responds to Earthquake in Haiti
* Missionaries safe following Haiti quake; assessments underway to determine status of members, Church properties
* Book of Mormon App Makes Sharing the Gospel Easier Than Ever
* 5 Pillars of Truth to Help You Evaluate Information about the Church
* Recently announced temple plans in Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico
* BYU urges return to masks on campus
* What #HearHim means to Olympic medalist MyKayla Skinner
* Education Week: How to build stress resilience
* Locals help Gila Bend neighbors recover from flooding
* Filming Underway For Season 4 Of The Book of Mormon Video Series
8/16
* Unified Latter-day Saint youth in Texas ‘rise to the challenge’ of grueling Spartan race
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I have learned about the quality Church leaders exemplify, teach in a time defined by division
* Church spearheads nationwide clean up to prevent cholera epidemic
* Read about these 14 new and reorganized stakes
* The Same House, Through Different Doors — the Interfaith Philosophy of Bishop Jon Fish
* For BYU walk-on Talmage Gunther, viral Built Bars sponsorship a blessing for young family
8/14-8/15
* Elder Soares Dedicates New Mesa Temple Visitors Center
* Look inside the new Mesa Temple Visitors Center designed for youth and young adults
* Renovations of the Mesa Arizona Temple are almost complete, visitors center opening this weekend
* Most Mormons Support Church After Controversial Mask Guidance: "We Obey the Law of the Land"
* NC Rotary Club learns history of Mormon Battalion
* 29 photos of President Oaks
* I could hear the tears in her eyes: For BYU walk-ons like Talmage Gunther and Nick Billoups, new NIL deal is a life-changer
8/13
* The First Presidency Urges Latter-day Saints to Wear Face Masks When Needed and Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
* First Presidency urges Latter-day Saints to wear masks, be vaccinated
* ‘Stay in the Lifeboat,’ Brother Brad Wilcox Tells Single Adults
* Today is President Oaks’ 89th birthday. Here are 9 of his quotes from the past year
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Pondering two important questions — How have we grown? What have we learned?
* What does it mean to learn by faith? Here are 7 quotes from Church leaders to help explain D&C 88:118
* Local youth clean up garden beds, plant flowers at Pocatello Idaho Temple
* Wyoming man suing Mormon church over artwork ownership
8/12
* 5 videos of Church leaders sharing family history stories during RootsTech Connect 2021
* Video: Revelation is ‘scattered among us,’ President Bingham says
* What’s at stake in Boys Scouts bankruptcy case
* Timeline: When and how did the Primary organization begin? Take a look at its 143-year history
* Beehive hoops: SUU inks Todd Simon to extension; BYU-Utah date announced
* Mesa Temple ready for visitors -- almost
* Zion’s Bank donates to preserve Mormon Row
8/11
* Elder and Sister Bednar ask single adults: How do you access the power of godliness?
* Remembering President Lorenzo Snow's testimony and the special manifestation he received in the Salt Lake Temple
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Episode 43: Church History Library Director Keith A. Erekson on dispelling latter-day myths and rumors
* Why a new song written for paraplegic and double amputee Sarah Frei is inspiring thousands
* Church Launches Skills Acquisition Training To Tackle Unemployment
* LDS Church asks judge to dismiss Huntsman lawsuit alleging fraud
* ELIZABETH SMART TO MAKE JACKSON APPEARANCES
8/10
* Learn to listen to and recognize the Holy Ghost, Elder Soares encourages youth in the Caribbean
* Today is Elder Andersen’s 70th birthday. Here are 7 of his quotes from the past year
* Latter-day Saints at the Olympics: Medalist carries her country’s flag at closing ceremonies
* Sacrifice and consecration: How the labor missionary period was the Nauvoo experience of New Zealand
* Video: BYU-Idaho president urges students to consider receiving COVID-19 vaccine
8/9
* During his first travel since early 2020, President Oaks says God and absolute truth are fundamental to life on this earth
* Brazilian Saints Break Ground for Salvador Temple
* Single adult conference attended by President and Sister Oaks includes serving those on both sides of the veil
* Latter-day Saints at the Olympics: 5 medals, plus several records in Tokyo
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Why the Olympics are a symbol of moving forward in Japan
* Learn about these 37 new stake presidencies
* ‘Stay in the lifeboat,’ Brother Brad Wilcox tells single adults
* Scheduling for Mesa temple open house begins Monday; Pocatello reservations ongoing
* New mission leaders called to serve in Bolivia
* Who has served as president of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square?
8/7-8/8
* Former Utah Governor Is New Tabernacle Choir President
* Relief Society in Action, August 2021
* A recap of the latest announcements made for 16 temples — from open houses and rededications to site locations
* Missionary funeral: Church leader shares First Presidency’s compassion
* Today is Elder Stevenson’s 66th birthday. Here are 7 of his quotes from the past year
* How to help people impacted by the Dixie Fire, River Fire
* The unique challenges that face those researching Middle Eastern family history
* For the second time this month, an American missionary's local TV appearance in eastern Europe catches people's attention
* 2 missionaries appeared on TV in the country Georgia—now they have more people interested in the gospel than they can keep up with
8/6
* Elder and Sister Bednar to host Face to Face for young adults in September
* Missionary’s Hard-Earned Albanian Language Skills Show During TV Interview
* JustServe project delivers birthday fun for Southern California foster children
* Inside Church headquarters photo gallery: 17 things we’ve learned about councils
* BYU playwright invites audiences to see human side of Joseph Smith in ‘1820: The Musical’
* USU Soccer Announces the Signing of Nicole Hadlock
* ‘It was a dream come true’: Former BYU star Elijah Bryant describes improbable road to NBA championship
8/5
* President Cordon explains how ‘the Lord uses all of us’ in His Church
* The August 2021 Update to the General Handbook
* For The Strength of Youth Conference Concludes With Musical Program and Message From Elder Soares
* Church History Museum Reopens to the Public After COVID-19 Closures
* MyKayla Skinner’s Vault to Olympic Medal Podium Fueled By Prayer, Persistence and Purpose
* What Are the Countries With the Most Latter-day Saints?
* NBA Champ Elijah Bryant Talks Faith and Family
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 12: Silver in swimming, updates in track and basketball
* Temple reopening status tracker — through Aug. 9
8/4
* Missionary’s hard-earned Albanian language skills on display during Kosovo TV studio interview
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Episode 42: Why Church historic sites are important to all of God’s children
* Latest temple updates: 95% of Church’s temples to be offering living and proxy ordinances by end of August
* Bunbury Australia History Centre offers support to researchers as part of Family History Month Australasia 2021
* Mormon marker to be dedicated at Pioneer Cemetery
* Idaho man sentenced for robbing Latter-day Saint missionaries at knifepoint
8/3
* ‘Trust in the Lord’ to Be Focus of 2022 Youth Theme
* Church History Museum and Beehive House reopen to the public after COVID-19 closures
* Latter-day Saints in Olympics, day 10: Bronze in weightlifting, plus updates in basketball and beach volleyball
* MyKayla Skinner’s vault to Olympic medal podium fueled by prayer, persistence and purpose
* BYU students, faculty and staff must report vaccination status ahead of fall semester
* Church History Museum and Beehive House are the latest buildings to reopen on Temple Square
* Enoch City in state of emergency after severe flooding swamps hundreds of homes
8/2
* Video: President Ballard explains how the Church has ‘risen up through the council system’
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 8: Gymnast MyKayla Skinner to compete in vault final, plus swimming, track and rugby
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 9: Silver in gymnastics, bronze in shot put and a record in track
* 6 new stake presidencies called to serve in Central and South America, the Philippines and Utah
* Elijah Bryant (aka NBA champ) talks faith, family and the Primary tune on his pre-game playlist
* St. George churches answer the call to cut back on watering
7/31-8/1
* What two Apostles had to say about International Friendship Day
* The Tabernacle Choir to Stream 9/11 Special
* Brighton Girls Camp: 100 Years of Love, Unity and Faith
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in July 2021
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 7: Gold in rugby sevens, plus swimming, shot put, volleyball, basketball, soccer and shooting
* Mother-daughter duo finish world renowned 100-mile horse race
* Utah churches get called to repentance over water-hogging lawns
* Cool beans: How Utah State’s Justin Bean scored an NIL deal to promote Taco Time burritos
7/30
* Area Seventy Releases Announced
* 66 Area Seventies to be released Aug. 1 as Church modifies timing of their releases
* Latest temple updates: 7 temples in 6 different countries having operations amended over the next week
* 6 noteworthy facts from behind the scenes at the Book of Mormon videos set
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 6: Wins on the rugby pitch, plus swimming and pistol shooting
* 40,000 pounds of food distributed to 10 food pantries in Hampton Roads
* Cedar City community helps flood victims with donations, support
* Teens prove they are 'stronger together'
* USU sued after receiving almost a decade of fraud donations
7/29
* Peru’s President Attends Country’s Bicentennial Independence Celebration Held on Lima Temple Grounds
* How Pioneer Items Help Give Meaning to the Journey to Zion
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 5: Wins for volleyball, plus swimming
* Brighton Girls Camp: 100 years of love, unity and faith
* Production resumes for new Book of Mormon videos
7/28
* The First Presidency Continues the Saturday Evening Session of General Conference
* Peru’s President Attends Country’s Bicentennial Independence Celebration Held on Lima Temple Grounds
* Groundbreakings Announced for Two Temples in the South Pacific
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 4: Swimming, soccer, basketball and shooting
* Episode 41: Latter-day Saint women leaders on the voice of women in the Church through executive councils, revelation
7/27
* Jesus Christ Visits Ancient Inhabitants of the Americas in Season 4 of the ‘Book of Mormon Videos’ Series
* Bringing the Savior’s appearance in the Ancient Americas to life in the Book of Mormon Videos
* What This Blind Father and His Triplet Sons Have Learned About Happiness
* Meet the Latter-day Saint Olympians Competing in Tokyo
* Video: President Johnson on what it’s like to participate in Church executive councils as a woman
7/26
* First Presidency Meets with the Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
* President Nelson Shares a Message About Competition During Summer Olympics
* Commit to Pioneerlike Faithfulness and ‘Drive On,’ Challenges Elder Evans at Sunrise Service
* Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, days 1 & 2: Volleyball, gymnastics, swimming, soccer, shooting
* How Green Flake’s cup, plus a violin and trunk owned by pioneers, help give meaning to the journey to Zion
* What this blind father and his triplet sons have learned about happiness and relying on the Lord
* Sydney Walker: What I know now about councils at Church headquarters
* FBI investigating crash that killed two missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* Bravo to missionaries for their work to record graves in states
* Children celebrate past, future during temple trek
7/24-7/25
* Two missionaries die in New Mexico collision; third is hospitalized
* Commit to pioneerlike faithfulness and ‘drive on,’ challenges Elder Evans at Sunrise Service
* Elder Rasband Serves as Grand Marshal in the Days of ’47 Parade Honoring Pioneers
* Thousands of Utahns celebrate return of this Days of '47 tradition
* See the floats created by Church members to honor pioneers in the Days of ‘47 Parade
* Exercise Olympic ideals in personal lives, President Nelson encourages
* Meet the Latter-day Saint Olympians Competing in Tokyo
* Church donates 40,000 pounds of food to Chesterfield Food Bank
* Billion graves project aids genealogy buffs
* Faith Matters: LDS church serves four-fold mission
7/23
* First Presidency Meets with the Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
* Utah Governor Declares ‘President M. Russell Ballard Day’
* Sarah Jane Weaver: As Utah honors President Ballard, his teachings about looking back, and forward, have new relevance
* When life seems in free fall, grasp the divine parachute, Young Men President Lund tells BYU–I graduates
* Big Pioneer Day celebrations are back. See Days of ’47 parade floats and more
* How this new mobile app can help you discover Utah’s forgotten immigrant pioneers
* Which Latter-day Saint temples have reopened?
* Why Martin Luther King Jr.’s son and the ‘Tiger Mom’ are speaking at BYU
* Paul Finebaum Believes BYU Could Help Either Big 12 Or Pac-12
* BYU Football Lands Boise State Transfer QB Cade Fennegan
7/22
* Meet the Latter-day Saint Olympians competing in Tokyo
* How Sister Wright’s Battle With Cancer Taught Her to See Others Through the Eyes of the Savior
* Church Members Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Missionary Work in the Philippines
* Trail, sail or rail? Evening from the Museum online presentation to explore stories of how pioneers headed west
* Gospel Library children’s collection gives access to content made just for them
* Washington D.C. Temple is a ‘community gift’ to be appreciated in spring open house
* 5 facts about one of the most influential and ‘forgotten’ Latter-day Saint apostles
* BYU alumnus Elijah Bryant, Milwaukee Bucks win NBA Championship
* ‘Once I Was Engaged’ features college student’s journey to marriage
* BYU graduate, Alaska government official under investigation for anonymous #DezNat account
7/21
* The Washington D.C. Temple Open House and Rededication Will Take Place in 2022
* Lessons From the Mormon Battalion That Are Relevant 175 Years Later
* Deaf Latter-day Saint Explains How She Depends On Her Eyes to Hear the Lord’s Voice
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* How Walter Rane’s Masterpieces Have Dramatically Changed Latter-day Saint Art
* ‘The Pioneer Legacy Is a Legacy of Inclusion,’ President Oaks Declares
* Episode 40: President M. Russell Ballard and three other Apostles on why and how the Church is governed by councils
* BYU Makes Historic Hire Promoting Diljeet Taylor To Women’s Cross Country Coach
7/20
* Elder Ronald A. Rasband shares importance of this year's Pioneer Day celebration in Utah
* Pioneer Day is a chance to look at Utah’s many layered history
* Five ‘Pillars’ of Faith Fortifying Latter-day Saints in Haiti
* Lending assistance to flood victims in Europe
* Gospel Library Children’s Collection Allows Children to Access Content Made Just for Them
* Idaho Teen Reconnects With Guatemalan Homeland Through Service
* Pioneer Day concert on hiatus — but Tabernacle Choir fans can enjoy online selection from past concerts
* From Merida, Mexico, to Monticello, Utah — see the 6 temples with dedication anniversaries in July
* Youth advisers do far more than teach Sunday lessons
* Utah governor back in the saddle to kick off Days of ’47 events
7/19
* 9 charts show operational status of the Church’s 168 temples and districts after post-pandemic reopenings
* Latter-day Saint Charities helps fight Type 2 diabetes in Kiribati through garden project
* How lessons from the Mormon Battalion mustering are relevant 175 years later
* Read about these 9 new and reorganized stake presidencies
* Elder Rex D. Pinegar memorialized for his enthusiastic devotion to family and faith
* How Sister Wright’s battle with cancer taught her to see others through the eyes of the Savior
* How Latter-day Saints in the Pacific are serving their communities
* Days of ’47: Welcome to Winter Quarters
* The Property Brothers Once Spoke at an LDS-Sponsored Event — Are They Mormon?
7/17-7/18
* Young Women General Leaders: Goals Are the Process of Becoming Like Jesus Christ
* Temple Square Renovation Project Update: July 2021
* Inside Church Headquarters: Why the Church Is Governed by Councils
* New Temple Presidents and Matrons Called to Begin Serving August 2021
* Sheri Dew: ‘Prophets Form Unfailing Safety Net of Truth’
* This week on social: ‘When you stand in holy places, be wholly there’
* How Walter Rane’s masterpieces have dramatically changed Latter-day Saint art
* The latest look at the Temple Square renovation projects: A July 2021 update in 8 photos
* 5 ‘pillars’ of faith fortifying Latter-day Saints in Haiti amid ongoing strife
* Read about these new mission leaders called to serve in Washington
* The backstory behind President Nelson’s pandemic prayer of hope video
7/16
* Location Announced for a New Temple in California
* Meet the 9 New Members of the Primary General Advisory Council
* Learn about these new temple leaders called to serve in Cote d’Ivoire
* How I #HearHim: Deaf Latter-day Saint explains how she depends on her eyes to hear the Lord’s voice
* Inside Church headquarters: Why the Church is governed by councils
* A tale of two Xelas (or Shaylas): Idaho teen reconnects with Guatemalan homeland through service
* 10,000-piece collection boosts UVa's status as a leader in Mormon studies
* Man Who Allegedly Dressed as Book of Mormon Figure Who Raised Armies Against Tyrants Arrested Over Jan. 6 Attack
* BYU–Hawaii requires COVID-19 vaccine, other Church schools encourage compliance
* LDS outreach to immigrants grows, pushing church members to examine GOP ties
* A New Kind of Missionary
7/15
* Groundbreakings Announced for Temples in Pennsylvania and Kenya
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* Young Women general leaders: Goals are the process of becoming like Jesus Christ
* Crews Expected To Break Ground In August On Latter-Day Saints Temple In Cranberry Township
* BYU Women’s Volleyball 2021 Schedule Features Five In-State Opponents
* A tale of two Xelas (or Shaylas): Idaho teen reconnects with Guatemalan homeland through service
* Easterday sale gets green light in bankruptcy court
* Can Cougars compete for big endorsements?
* Love Chapel receives nearly 18 tons of food from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* Big truck arrives at Ramona Food & Clothes closet with food and staples from Salt Lake City
* 2 female missionaries go viral for using basketball to spread the Word of God
7/14
* Mission President Passes Away Following Battle with COVID-19
* How the Doctrine and Covenants Has Changed Over the Years
* Why Sister Porter Chooses to ‘Remember the Miracles’
* Gospel for Kids App Lets Children Take Gospel Learning into Their Own Hands
* Sheri Dew’s response to those who wonder whether prophets, seers and revelators are infallible
* Temple reopening status tracker — through July 19
* Latest temple updates: 80 of 89 U.S., Canadian temples now offering all ordinances, the remainder to do so by end of August
* Episode 39: Latter-day Saint athletes who showcase discipline and persistence, with Church News reporter Jason Swensen
* Religion census finds country's second-highest concentration of Latter-Day Saints in Madison County
* How religious is your county? This new tool holds the answer
* Drought exposes abandoned Gold Rush village in Folsom Lake
* Congregation finds new home thanks to interfaith friendship
7/13
* Previously Announced New Temple Ceremonial Clothing Available to Members Globally
* Gospel for Kids App Lets Children Take Gospel Learning into Their Own Hands
* Latter-day Saint church cuts water use, says it’s heeding Utah guidelines for watering
* Oakley's pride and sense of community on display during Pioneer Days
* Feeding the hungry in Haywood County
* It's time for BYU fans to start talking about Javance Tupouata-Johnson
7/12
* How the Doctrine and Covenants has changed over the years
* In honor of Emma Smith’s 217th birthday, read these 4 articles about her
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned from a Catholic dean about the necessity of religious liberty and the power of prayer
* ‘The Chosen’ Season 2 finale — how to watch
* BYU-Hawaii will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 this fall
* RootsTech 2022 to be held virtually for the second year in a row after more than 1 million watched in 2021
* Days of ’47: The pilgrims started it all
7/10-7/11
* The Tabernacle Choir Returns to Temple Square
* Dates Set for RootsTech Connect 2022
* Elder Christofferson Pays Tribute to the Hill Cumorah Pageant’s Long Run
* Watch the Hill Cumorah Devotional with Elder Christofferson Tonight, Plus Get a Look at the Final Historic Pageant
* Latter-day Saint Soccer Star Becomes Youngest Player in NWSL History
* Learn About the European Areas Where New Temples Were Recently Announced
* Inside Church Headquarters: What President Oaks and President Eyring Have Learned About Revelation in Councils
7/9
* Inside Church headquarters: What President Oaks and President Eyring have learned about revelation in councils
* BYU Summer Camps Return Following Pandemic-Forced Close Last Year
* Elder Davies Expresses Gratitude for Opportunities to Participate in Temple Milestones
* Get to Know Primary General President Camille N. Johnson
* 3 myths about aging and how to find vitality in all seasons of life
* Which county has the second-highest concentration of Latter-day Saints? Hint: It’s not in Utah
* How Grace McCallum’s faith helped her become an Olympian
* FamilySearch wants to build on success with another free, all-virtual RootsTech in 2022
* Cape Girardeau LDS church arson suspect gets public defender
7/8
* Dates Set for RootsTech Connect 2022
* FamilySearch announces RootsTech Connect 2022 will be entirely virtual and free
* 27th annual Parley P. Pratt Freedom Run draws about 600 Missouri community members
* Elder Koichi Aoyagi, Japanese emeritus General Authority, dies at age 76
* Why Sam Merrill’s missionary friends are not surprised to see him playing in the NBA Finals
* How this university became top site for study of Mormonism outside of Utah
* Steven J. Lund to speak in online commencement ceremony
* Former BYU Walk-On Quarterback Lands Power Five Scholarship Offer
* At BYU, no position battle is more important than QB1. Here are the 3 candidates
* BYU Football Turns To Latter-day Saint President Russell M. Nelson For Motivation
7/7
* The Parley P. Pratt Freedom Run Celebrates US First Amendment Freedoms
* What Patriotism Means to Jennie Taylor, Widow of Maj. Brent Taylor
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* 1 Day, 1 Family, 5 Mission Calls: The Faylor Quintuplets Prepare for Missionary Service
* Construction begins in the Philippines on 1st FSY camp in Asia
* Episode 38: Jennie Taylor discusses ‘infuriating unfairness’ and heaven’s compensatory blessings after her husband’s death in Afghanistan
* Why genealogists are thrilled and grateful to be back in the Family History Library
* 2021: a busy wedding season post COVID-19
* Rex Dee Pinegar - Obituary
* Visiting church group offering aid for tornado victims
* Churches join together to help distribute food to needy
7/6
* President Nelson Expresses Gratitude for the Reopening of All Temples
* President Russell M. Nelson: All available temples have reopened at some level
* 5 more buildings on Temple Square reopening on Tuesday
* Groundbreaking Held for First FSY Camp in Asia
* What patriotism means to Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor
* America faces a critical choice, Elder Callister says during patriotic service
7/5
* 1 day, 1 family, 5 mission calls: The Faylor quintuplets prepare for missionary service
* Candy Bomber Gail Halvorsen, 100, helps celebrate Independence Day with candy drop
* President Dallin H. Oaks: Inspired and unique Constitution
* New Zealand, Ghana MTCs join Provo MTC in resuming onsite training of new missionaries
* 5 times Church leaders have spoken on the importance of religious liberty
* Area LDS members make most of Sunday "service"
7/3-7/4
* Strengthening Families Conference in Africa: Help children and youth by offering time, gathering places and love
* Helena Montana Temple’s 84 days from announcement to groundbreaking — how fast a turnaround?
* Cardinal Dolan, Elder Cook and other religious leaders detail why defending religious freedom is essential
* Home at last: Remains of Pearl Harbor sailor identified, laid to rest in Idaho cemetery
* The Family History Library is reopening on Tuesday. Here are 6 new things to look for
* Salt Lake airport no longer limiting people who can go in, but masks still required
* How a run honoring Parley P. Pratt's 1839 jailbreak became a Missouri community's First Amendment celebration
* BYU picks up a big commitment from Vae Soifua
7/2
* President Oaks Is Honored for His Lifelong Support of God, Family, Freedom and Country
* Elder Martino Teaches Three Choices That Lead to Celestial Happiness
* Teacher Council Meetings Can Improve Gospel Learning
* Persistence, Prayer Reward Olympics-Bound Latter-day Saint Gymnast
* Learn about the European areas where new temples were announced earlier this year
* BYU summer camps return following last year’s pandemic-forced hiatus
* Latter-day Saint soccer star Olivia Moultrie, 15, becomes youngest player in NWSL history
* ‘If we can’t get along, it’s downright sinful’: The partnership between Catholics and Latter-day Saints
* Event draws 5,000 LDS youth to celebrate upcoming opening of Pocatello temple
* Coffee Listed as One of Products BYU Student-Athletes Can't Endorse for Compensation
7/1
* First Presidency announces new guidelines for Church leaders who perform civil marriages
* Video: Why does religious liberty matter? Prominent faith and thought leaders answer that important question
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in June 2021
* Why Sister Aburto Shares Messages on Mental Health and What We Can Learn
* From Peru to Payson and Atlanta to Australia — the temples with June dedication anniversaries
* Organists celebrate 1st anniversary of Piping Up! online series with special concert, virtual tours
* Home at last: Remains of Pearl Harbor sailor identified, laid to rest in Idaho cemetery
6/30
* Testimony of Joseph Smith ‘Crucial,’ President Nelson Tells New Mission Leaders
* President Eyring assures new mission leaders that the Lord prepares a way for each in their respective duties
* BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe testifies of the living prophet of God
* President Ballard challenges mission leaders to help elders, sisters discover their ‘missionary purpose’
* Latest temple updates: 17 temples the latest to begin offering all proxy ordinances, with 84 total now operating in Phase 3
* Persistence, prayer reward Olympics-bound Latter-day Saint gymnast MyKayla Skinner
* Episode 37: Sister Aburto on mental, emotional health and the power of turning to the Savior for comfort
* American student David Sneddon did not die in China, family says
* Redevelopment at and around Mesa Arizona Temple shaping a new downtown
6/29
* At Notre Dame Summit, Elder Cook Explains What We Lose When We Are ‘Tone Deaf to the Music of Faith’
* How One Latter-day Saint Woman Is Empowering Latina Youth in Her Community
* Changes due to COVID-19 should be seen as refining advantages, President Oaks teaches mission leaders
* Elder Martino teaches BYU–Hawaii graduates 3 choices that lead to celestial happiness
* What Elder Holland and Sister Eubank said about supporting refugees who are religiously oppressed
* Why Sister Aburto has spoken about mental health in general conference and what she hopes we learn from her messages
* Opinion: The trouble with claiming 1 in 5 Latter-day Saints is nonheterosexual
* Former Cougar and former Aggie join short list of Latter-day Saints to play in the NBA’s conference finals
* Latter-Day Saints organises conference on building resilient families
6/28
* Montanans Break Ground for Helena Temple
* Latter-day Saints Encouraged to ‘Love, Share, Invite’
* How teacher council meetings can improve gospel learning at Church and at home, Sunday School general presidency explains
* Elder Uchtdorf underscores the ‘one thing’ at conclusion of seminar for new mission leaders
* ‘A celebration of faith’: Church members mark 60th anniversary of missionary work in the Philippines
* Learn about the new presidencies of these 20 stakes
* ‘Love, Share, Invite’ event provides simple examples of sharing the gospel
* 2021 Seminar for New Mission Leaders: Read talk summaries and see photos
* Ed Lamb explains key ‘standards’ for BYU’s development-style recruiting
6/26-6/27
* Mesa Arizona Temple to Be Rededicated
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, June 25, 2021
* Testimony of Joseph Smith ‘Crucial,’ President Nelson Tells New Mission Leaders
* Elder Cook Reflects on Martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith in New Video
* Ward and Stake Leaders Invited to Watch June 26 Worldwide Broadcast on Sharing the Gospel
* 2022 Curriculum to Focus on Study of the Old Testament
* Youth Music Festival Album Now on Spotify, Apple Music and More
* How Latter-day Saint Runner and Two-Time National Champ Finds Joy
* Elder Stevenson explains how the Lord defines missionary success
* 2021 Seminar for New Mission Leaders: Read talk summaries and see photos
* Vanessa Fitzgibbon: To be in the world but not of the world
* Why Latter-day Saint Democrats have a harder time breaking into politics
* LDS church donates 80,000 pounds of food—and other nonprofit news
6/25
* Global Latter-day Saint Leaders Support Measures Enhancing Spiritual Healing of Religiously Oppressed
* Elder Cook Says We Can #HearHim as We Serve and Strive to Bless Others
* Testimony of Joseph Smith ‘Crucial,’ President Nelson Tells New Mission Leaders
* Reopened Church Historic Sites Are Inspiring More People Than Ever Before
* How One Member Is Telling the Stories of Black Pioneers in Church History
* Greater faith in missions comes when ‘higher love’ blends with ‘higher expectations’, Elder Andersen teaches
* Seminar for New Mission Leaders virtually reaches 109 couples preparing to serve in 49 countries
* Elder Bednar outlines 8 principles about spiritual gifts and Christlike attributes
* How understanding the ordinance and covenant of baptism will change one forever, Elder Nash explains
* ‘The most worth’ is becoming transformed by the Savior, Elder Uchtdorf teaches
* Church brings semi full of food to Long Beach pantries
6/24
* New Temple Locations Announced in Three Western US States
* Provo Missionary Training Center Resumes In-Person Training
* How one Latter-day Saint woman is seeking to empower Latina youth in her community
* Latter-day Saint runner Anna Camp-Bennett is a BYU national champ — again
* Provo MTC welcomes first new missionaries in 15 months as training takes an online/onsite approach
* Video: From Carthage Jail, Elder Cook remembers the Prophet Joseph Smith, the martyrdom and his witness of the Savior
* 18,000 pounds of food donated to the WFAFB
* American Idol ’s David Archuleta Shares How Mormon Church Leaders Reacted to His Coming Out
* Church donation provides supplies to schools
* Indiana Jones, But in White Shirts and Ties
* ELB Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Delivers 80,000 Pounds Of Food To Local Food Banks, Non-Profits, Neighborhood Groups
* Donny Osmond Shares Rare Picture With All His Grown-up Sons Together
6/23
* Video: Elder Cook Reflects on the Life of the Prophet Joseph Smith While Visiting Liberty Jail
* Empower Youth Presidencies to Lead the Children and Youth Program
* BYU Broadcasting Has a New Director
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* All Church temples will be operating again as last pandemic-closed temple set to reopen
* Learn About the Three African Areas Where New Temples Were Recently Announced
* Church Historian and Recorder Highlights Impact, History of the Doctrine and Covenants
* Episode 36: How to make the most of your golden years, according to this BYU associate professor
* How the LDS Temple will benefit the Mini-Cassia area economy
* Missionaries offering free English lessons in Midland
* Report: Mormon church outbids Bill Gates in bid for bankrupt Easterday Farms properties
6/22
* Church’s Wheat Supply Provides Food for Home Storage and Humanitarian Efforts
* Temple Square Renovation Update: June 2021
* World Refugee Day: How Latter-day Saint Charities Continues to Help Refugees Worldwide
* Shaquille O’Neal Praises Latter-day Saint Teammate: “He Was the Purest Guy I’ve Ever Met” (video)
* The journey that allowed a first-time producer and director to write about Black history as an important part of Church history
* How reopened Church historic sites allow visitors to experience ‘the best of both worlds’
* Missionaries come to the aid of residents
* Southwest Missouri missionaries return overseas after COVID-19 paused trips
6/20-6/21
* Latter-day Saint Leaders Honor Father Figures in Social Media Posts
* Tabernacle Choir Proceeds With 2022 Heritage Tour
* Watch These Five Videos About Fatherhood in Honor of Father’s Day
* Restoring Eyes and Lives Through the Church’s Global Vision Care Initiative
* Church’s Wheat Supply Provides Food for Home Storage and Humanitarian Efforts
* Elder and Sister Jaggi: Find Healing Power and Peace in Modern ‘Mountains’ - the Temple
* Where Do the Largest Percentages of Latter-day Saints Live?
* Empower quorum and class presidencies to lead the Children and Youth program, Young Men and Young Women general leaders say
* New mission leaders called to serve in Brazil
* Which sections of the Doctrine and Covenants have impacted your life? Church historian and recorder shares several of his
6/18-6/19
* Dedication Date Announced for Pocatello Idaho Temple
* Video: While visiting Liberty Jail, Elder Cook reflects on life and teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith
* Young Women Volunteer to Help Valley City
* Sydney Walker: Why the Face to Face for single adults didn’t focus on questions from single adults
* Restoring eyes and lives through the Church’s global vision care initiative
* How the Church’s welcome centers are helping to bless the lives of immigrants and refugees
* Getting to know BYU commit Cooper Ross
6/17
* The Church’s Welcome Centers Help Immigrants Live Better Lives
* Prophet Receives Honorary Degree from the University of Utah
* As Summer Youth Activities Return, General Leaders Want Them to Be a Priority
* Elder Christofferson Teaches About a ‘Key Ingredient’ to Happiness in Recent Devotional
* Elder and Sister Jaggi on the healing power of modern mountains — the temple
* Elder Curtis to present Doctrine and Covenants history and study resources during June 17 livestream
* BYU–Pathway president promises students can find calm by turning to the Savior amid turmoil
* ‘Break down slavery!’ Joseph Smith’s contributions to American democracy
* Vandals Go On Rampage At West Jordan Church, $50,000 In Damages
6/16
* Elder and Sister Renlund Say Joseph Smith Helped Strengthen American Democracy
* BYU Professor Teaches How to Develop Maturing Faith by ‘Diligently Seeking’
* How Divinely Inspired Confidence Lifts Elder Vai Sikahema
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* Elder Christofferson teaches Ensign College students a ‘key ingredient’ to happiness
* Today is Elder Bednar’s 69th birthday. Here are 9 quotes from him this past year
* Episode 35: President Steven J. Lund and President Bonnie H. Cordon on reengaging in the Children and Youth program post-pandemic
* First Presidency, NAACP announce major education and humanitarian initiatives
* Residence Inn by Marriott Maui Wailea sells for $100M to Mormon church affiliate
* SEMO Food Bank receives 34,500 pound food donation
6/15
* First Presidency and NAACP Leaders Announce a Shared Vision to “Learn from and Serve One Another”
* Learn about the African areas where new temples were announced during the latest general conference
* How connections became a theme at the groundbreaking of the Syracuse Utah Temple, the Church’s 38th under construction
* My temple is moving to Phase 3. How do I make an appointment?
* Church History Library director Keith Erekson gives useful tips on discerning truth from error
* Why the Three Witnesses left the Church, why two came back, and how, despite never coming back, David Whitmer stood by his testimony even at his gravesite
* With the Hill Cumorah Pageant discontinued, what’s next for the sacred, historic site?
6/13-6/14
* Syracuse Utah Temple Groundbreaking
* Leaders and Single Adults Discuss Faith in Jesus Christ as Key to ‘Moving Mountains’ at Face to Face Event
* Elder Johnson Teaches to ‘Run Toward the Light’ in New Church Video
* Offer ‘Enthusiastic, Wholehearted Discipleship,’ Sister Craig Teaches
* What senior Church leaders and NAACP leaders taught about contention, racism, love
* What NAACP President Derrick Johnson told a Latter-day Saint congregation on Sunday
* Divinely inspired confidence lifts former pro football player, broadcaster Elder Vai Sikahema
* How connections became a theme at the groundbreaking of the Syracuse Utah Temple, the Church’s 38th under construction
* Scott Taylor: ‘Feasting’ upon the scriptures — with a knife, fork and spoon
* FSY conferences set to resume summer 2022
* Where do the largest percentages of Latter-day Saints live? Check out these stats on states, provinces and territories
* Summer youth activities are making a comeback, and Young Men, Young Women general leaders want them to be a priority
* David Archuleta just opened up about his faith, his sexuality and called for compassion toward LGBTQIA+
* Migrants march a deadly trail to find ‘God’s love in action’ along the border
6/11-6/12
* The North Visitors’ Center on Temple Square Will Be Replaced With Gardens and Contemplative Space
* New Temple Site Locations Announced in Three Western US States
* Elder Christofferson Highlights 5 Ways the Book of Mormon Helps Missionaries Become Stronger Disciples of Christ
* Single Adults Invited to Face to Face Event with Elder Andersen, President Bingham and Sister Eubank
* How one Ethiopian couple found each other and the Church, becoming modern-day pioneers
* Watch: Running from darkness and violence in inner-city New York, Elder Johnson found the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ
* Steve Young Won 3 Super Bowls but Felt Haunted by His Personal Life During His NFL Career
* Home Aid OC Diaper Drive Gets 32,000 Diapers from Newport Beach Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
6/10
* Groundbreaking Date Announced for Helena Montana Temple
* Church Donated Computers Help Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals in French Polynesia
* Young Women General Presidency Hosts BYU Women Runners to Celebrate National Titles
* Single adults invited to Face to Face event with Elder Andersen, President Bingham and Sister Eubank
* BYU professor teaches how to develop maturing faith by ‘diligently seeking’
* Sister Craig offers five ways to protect against the ‘lurking dangers of spiritual complacency’
* Less than 3 months after being announced, Helena Montana Temple has a groundbreaking date
6/9
* Temple Square Is Reopening to the Public This Summer
* New Leaders Called to Serve at Peru Missionary Training Center
* A Simple, Natural Approach to Sharing the Gospel
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* ‘Critical’ Decision Formed a Pattern in the Life of Elder Carlos G. Revillo
* Young Women general presidency hosts BYU women runners to celebrate national titles
* Episode 34: Church historian Richard Turley and filmmaker Mauli Junior Bonner on the importance of early Black pioneers
* New film about ‘Witnesses’ of the Book of Mormon lands at No. 11 on national list
6/8
* First Presidency Announces Changes to General Conference including discontinuing Saturday evening session
* Church ends Saturday evening session of general conference
* Latter-day Saint Charities, other partners open Family Transfer Center in Houston to aid migrants seeking asylum
* How the Church of Jesus Christ Responds to Needs of Migrants
* As temples in Utah begin offering all proxy ordinances, here’s what the Utah Area Presidency wants you to know
* Migrants seeking asylum at U.S. border get help from Latter-day Saint Charities, others
* City of Nauvoo looks forward to tourism season
* Family transfer center to shelter up to 500 migrants at a time in Houston
6/6-6/7
* Latter-day Saint Leaders Invite Parents and Youth Leaders to ‘Engage Heaven’ when Serving Children and Youth
* Tallahassee Temple Groundbreaking Kicks Off Construction Project
* What President Oaks Remembers Best About His Seminary Teachers 70 Years Ago — and How It Can Help Teachers Today
* Place Your Tents Facing the Temple
* Expanded Online Opportunities During Pandemic Blessing Seminary and Institute Students
* June 23 reopening set for first MTCs, with new missionary training to be both online and on-site
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* Read about these new stake presidencies called to serve around the world
* Juvenile arrested in Latter-Day Saints Church arson case
* The ‘sweet’ tale of why this Utah woman’s headstone has gone viral
* In autumn of life, Roger Reid feels blessed caring for the love of his life
6/4-6/5
* Sister Oscarson Teaches How Covenants Are a Manifestation of God’s Love
* Latter-day Saint Charities Gives $5 Million to US Refugee Resettlement Agencies
* Read About a 40-Year Friendship Made Through Sharing the Gospel
* Parents and leaders invited to special broadcast on Children and Youth program
* How the Church — and a 2-inch iron fish — are battling anemia in West Africa
* ‘From temple to temple’: Why these Latter-day Saint youths endured flat tires, leg cramps and uphill climbs on a 300-mile bike ride
* Man accused in weekend shooting spree faces a slew of charges
* BYU microbiology professor finds silver lining during COVID-19 pandemic
* New movie about witnesses to the Book of Mormon shows a raw, human side to early Church leaders
6/3
* How can we figuratively ‘pitch our tents’ toward the temple each day? Young Women general presidency asks
* Latter-day Saint Charities and Partners Deliver Aid to Sudan
* Supporting Children and Youth: A Broadcast for Parents and Leaders
* Meet Modern-Day Pioneer, Elder Alvin Meredith III
* Brussels Bombing Victim Graduates from the U.S. Naval Academy
* Church Doctrine Provides “Value Base” for U.S. Army General
* How 2 former mission companions from Finland continue to share the gospel together more than 40 years later
* A first look at the Lindon Utah Temple
* Volunteers, fire department seed downtown flower beauty program
6/1-6/2
* Video: What Nauvoo, the temple and its history mean to Elder and Sister Cook
* Today is President Eyring’s 88th birthday. Here are 8 quotes from him this year
* Sister Oscarson teaches Ensign College students how covenants are a manifestation of God’s love
* The Latest News on Temple Reopenings
* New Stake Presidencies Announced in May 2021
* Episode 33: Church Historian Kate Holbrook on what we can learn from the early Saints in Nauvoo
* See a map of where Doctrine and Covenants sections were received by revelation
* Meet Neil Thurgood: Returned missionary, granddad, elders quorum instructor — and U.S. Army 3-star general
* A survivor’s victory: Brussels bombing victim Mason Wells graduates from the U.S. Naval Academy
* Looking for 2021 Latter-day Saint Olympians
* BYU Jerusalem Center highlights history of peace, conflict
* Area missionaries honor Alexander Doniphan’s legacy through service
* Faith based Film 'Witnesses' available nationwide June 4
* Gunshots Fired at Church in Cromwell Believed to Be Connected to Southington Incidents
* Missionaries relocated by COVID start to conclude service

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