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Faith as identity: Why Church members have a responsibility to protect religious freedomsThe bells on the BYU Provo campus that chime out the Pioneer anthem “Come, Come Ye Saints” had an increased resonance and meaning for those on campus attending the “Religious Freedom Annual Review” June 20 and 21.
Elder L. Whitney Clayton General Authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speaks at the BYU Religious Freedom Annual Review, Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
'Angels are walking these hallways': The ins and outs of the Brazil MTCThe Brazil Missionary Training Center — established in 1977 as one of the Church's first two international MTCs — trains missionaries from 40 different countries.
Elder Fernando Armindo Zuca, left, and Elder Jorge Gabriel, right, work with other missionaries on a lesson at the Missionary Training Center in São Paulo, Brazil on Thursday, May 24, 2018.
How do you deal with doubt? Jon Schmidt, Robert Millet respondAs long as we are able to think, we will probably have questions, whether about climate change or about the restored gospel. But what about doubts?
In depiction by Robert T. Barrett, Christ, walking on the water, reaches out to rescue Peter after bidding the disciple to come to Him.
'At the Pulpit' now released in Spanish and PortugueseThe book “At the Pulpit: 185 Years of Discourses by Latter-day Saint Women,” is now available in Spanish and Portuguese online, reported Mormon Newsroom.
"At the Pulpit: 185 Years of Discourses by Latter-day Saint Women," published by the LDS Church Historian's Press, goes on sale today, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017.
Elder Takashi Wada shares his conversion story to the LDS faith after growing up BuddhistAfter meeting the missionaries at age 15, Takashi Wada followed a path of faith that led to his education at Brigham Young University, a career in Church employment, service as a mission president and now General Authority.
Elder Takashi Wada General Authority Seventy, and his wife Sister Naomi Ueno Wada in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 2, 2018.
Guest conductor says he checks in with his musicians by asking 'What would the Mormon Tabernacle Choir do?'Tuesday's Costa Mesa performance kicks off seven-stop tour for Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square kicked off their 2018 tour on June 19, 2018, at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, California.
From the Vault: Sheri Dew's 'You Were Born to Lead, You Were Born for Glory'Sheri Dew, President and CEO of Deseret Book Company, addressed students during a 2003 devotional at Brigham Young University about seeking the power of God.
Sister Sheri L. Dew of the Relief Society presidency speaks during the Relief Society session of the fall conference in 1999.
Find light in the darkness: BYU-Hawaii professor shares personal experience with mental illnessBYU-Hawaii Professor Stephen Hancock spoke on finding light in darkness during a June 19 devotional. Though his remarks included his and his wife’s experiences with mental illness, he acknowledged that everyone passes through darkness at some point.
BYU-Hawaii Professor Stephen Hancock spoke on finding light in darkness during a devotional on June 19. Though his remarks were framed in the context of his and his wife’s experiences with mental illness, he acknowledged that everyone passes through darkness at some point; he also said people can have hope “without denying the terrible despair that can accompany such times or the challenges those times present.”
How basketball, dating and marriage taught this LDS Philanthropies director about focusThrough her experiences in college and beyond, Tanise Chung-Hoon learned deliberate discipleship.
Tanise Chung-Hoon greets students of the LDS Business College after her talk during their weekly devotional on June 19.
Rugby star forfeits $200,000 contract to serve LDS missionRising rugby star Young Tonumaipea shocked fans by announcing he would be leaving his team to serve a mission.
Young Tonumaipea will be forfeiting his rugby contract in order to serve a mission for the Church.
Church members discuss commonalities with Muslims at Ramadan dinner Church members in Marsden Park, Australia, met with Muslims on June 9 at an interfaith symposium to discuss shared beliefs and practices.
Panel of religious leaders at the interfaith symposium in Marsden Park on June 9.
Missionaries tackle Nepalese language to serve 20,000 refugees in OhioAfter seeing immigrants and refugees struggle due to language barriers, four missionaries in Ohio stepped up to help.
Four missionaries are learning Nepalese so they can help refugees in Columbus, Ohio better integrate into the community.
LDS Church calls for unity, compassion in new statement on immigrationThe Church released a statement on Monday afternoon expressing the need for immigration reform that keeps families together.
FILE - LDS Church Office Building in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 18, 2008.
Live on the Pacific Coast, 'America's Choir' is back on the roadIconic choir and Orchestra at Temple Square look to deliver hope, lift spirits during 2018 Classic Coast Tour.
How a BYU professor’s fatherhood study supports the Family Proclamation, scripturesBYU associate professor Kevin Shafer gave examples of ways the results of a new study he co-authored supports what is said about fathers in “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” and what is known about righteous fathers in the scriptures.
BYU associate professor Kevin Shafer co-authored a recent study that found today’s fathers are more involved in their children’s lives.
University of Utah honors President Nelson and Dantzel Nelson with endowed chair in surgeryPresident Russell M. Nelson and his late wife, Sister Dantzel W. Nelson, have been honored by the University of Utah for years of work and support in the field of cardiothoracic surgery.
Dr. Craig H. Selzman, a heart surgery professor in the University of Utah’s School of Medicine, sits for a photo with President Russell M. Nelson. Dr. Selzman is the recipient of the Dr. Russell M. Nelson and Dantzel W. Nelson Presidential Endowed Chair in Cardiothoracic Surgery, which was announced on Friday, June 15, 2018.
This Week on Social: President Eyring, Sister Eubank talk on trials and how to keep faithOn social media this week, Church leaders posted words of encouragement and counsel to those enduring trials and doubts.
Screenshot from President Henry B. Eyring's Facebook page.
How the Mormon Tabernacle Choir changed the Church's role in RussiaThere's more to a Mormon Tabernacle Choir tour than meets the ear. Much of what makes the choir great touches the heart and soul.
A photo of the cover of the Church News from July 6, 1991, features a photo of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on Moscow's Red Square in front of St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, during the choir's world tour. Gerry Avant, who took the photo, accompanied the choir on their tours from 1991-2013.
What I know now that I didn't know before my dad diedAs I listened to my family remember my dad’s love and kindness and testimony and warm, encompassing hugs, I understood a little bit better that my dad is still a vibrant part of his children and grandchildren’s lives.
Rachel Sterzer with her father in front of the stake center on the day of her baptism in January 1993.
Temple president to serve in Peru November 2018The following new temple president and matron have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in November.
Carlos A. and Raquel M. Pérez