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'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" editors Jennifer Reeder, left, and Kate Holbrook, right.
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.”
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.
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.
What one BYU professor said about how new fatherhood study supports the Family ProclamationBYU 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.
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.
Ask: Did you participate in the prophet's challenge to the youth for a social media fast?During the Youth Worldwide Devotional on June 3, President Russell M. Nelson issued a special invitation.
President Russell M. Nelson speaks during the Worldwide Devotional for Youth at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Sunday, June 3, 2018.
How the June 1978 priesthood revelation changed the lives of the Martins family in BrazilLife for Helvécio Martins and his son Marcus changed dramatically as Brazilian Church members with black African ancestry, when the June 1978 revelation allowed all male members 12 year and older to receive the priesthood, no matter race or color.
Elder James E. Faust and his wife, Sister Ruth Faust, left, with Helvécio Martins and his family at the dedication of the São Paolo Brazil Temple in November 1978.
Experts weigh in on why you should accept President Nelson's social media challenge and offer tips for successThe president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has only directly addressed the youth of the Church three times in the Church’s history.
LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson speaks during the Worldwide Youth Devotional at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Sunday, June 3, 2018.
What I know now that I didn't know a month agoOver the years I have watched Latter-day Saints celebrate new and rededicated temples with their own form of enthusiasm.
Attendees arrive for the Jordan River Utah Temple rededication  in South Jordan on Sunday, May 20, 2018.
Fearless Faith: How the Coral Springs Florida Stake found healing in Christlike service after Parkland shootingOn Valentine’s Day 2018, Danielle Koon received a call informing her that there was an active shooter on the campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She was told that her daughter was in the building where the shooter opened fire.
The Coral Springs Florida Stake youth smile for a photo in front of the mural they helped paint.
'Sacred Events' exhibit represents 'global nature' of ChurchA 21-work commission depicting sacred events from Christ's life is now in a new Church History Museum exhibit. The paintings, however, are more than simply a new exhibit; they're an indicator of an increasingly global Church.
Argentine artist Jorge Cocco Santángelo poses for a photo with some of his artwork at the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City on Thursday, May 17, 2018.
Church members' stories inspire photographers, promotes unityAfter years of traveling the world on assignment, Church photographers Leslie Nilsson and Cody Bell have compiled some of their favorite shots to promote unity, love and a better picture of Church members around the world.
"Light & Life" exhibit photographers Leslie Nilsson, left, and Cody Bell pose for a portrait with some of their photos in the background at the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City on Thursday, May 17, 2018.
Church News viewpoint: 'Waters to swim in'As we choose to help God in His work of gathering His children to Him, we qualify for blessings that are, as described by Elder Dale G. Renlund in this past general conference, “breathtakingly amazing.”
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