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Church participates in Seventh Day Adventist religious liberty forumThe public affairs and religious liberty forum was hosted by the East Jamaica Conference of Seventh Day Adventist church on May 20.
Rafael Gutierrez, Public Affairs Director of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Caribbean, speaks at a Seventh Day Adventist religious liberty forum.
Filipino youth, Church leaders use app to capture family historyOver 100 youth in the Philippines participated in a stake activity aimed at documenting and saving family history information online.
Youth and members of the Makati Philippines Stake learn how to use an online app to preserve valuable family history information.
BYU engineering students design priceless gift: improved mobilityCombining professional training with charitable impulses, young engineers craft mobility-enhancing hand trike to attach to wheelchairs.
BYU engineering student Nicole Laws tests a hand-trike that she and a group of fellow students designed for LDS Charities. The hand-trike attaches to Church-produced wheelchairs.
How one LDS convert from Nepal is following Christ by serving the 'forgotten children'In 2012, Usha Maharjan was a woman on the rise in Nepal. She had the kind of education, money, and authority that nearly everyone was striving for; and yet she felt she needed to be doing more.
Usha Maharjan with her mentor Bishnu Adhikari at a charity event in Utah.
Church-sponsored humanitarian projects allow hope to fall like rain on parched Mexico townTrio of Church-sponsored welfare projects will improve crops and lives in tiny town once dependent upon rainfall to quench their fields.
Yesenia Gutierrez Peñaloza, director of Construyendo Esperanzas AC, speaks with volunteers from the "Helping Hands" program out of Pachuca, Mexico.
Unique 'Pioneer Day' event celebrates heritage of Black, Jewish, Native American and LDS pioneersMore than 3,500 people in the Inland Region of Southern California experienced a unique "Pioneer Day" celebration that included Mormon, Black and Jewish pioneer history, as well as Native American, Spanish and Polynesian heritage.
Area Seventy Kevin K. Miskin, center, and his wife Robin, left, taste salsa prepared by sisters from the Upland 4th Branch during San Bernardino Heritage Day.
Why one LDS grandfather takes his grandchildren to the temple every FridayFor the past six years, Tom Miner has taken his grandkids who live near him in the Bountiful area and who are of age to participate, to perform baptisms at the Bountiful temple following their early release from school nearly every Friday afternoon.
From left, Isaac Miner, Miles Calder, Alexa Calder, Hailey Miner, Makaila Hoge, Tom Miner, Elizabeth Miner, Savannah Miner, Austin Miner and Jacob Hoge stand outside the Bountiful Utah Temple. For the past six years, Tom Miner has taken his grandkids to the temple every Friday afternoon.
The power of ministering: How the enduring faith of members overcame 'The Freeze' in GhanaWhen the government outlawed the LDS Church in Ghana for 18 months in the late 1980s, members of the Koforidua Branch ministered one by one to stay connected and faithful.
Emelia Ahadjie, left, greets Juliet Akrong in Accra, Ghana, on Friday, April 20, 2018.
One question, three answers: What have you learned from President Russell M. Nelson this year?One question, three answers: What have you learned from President Russell M. Nelson this year?
LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson walks to his seat at the start of the Saturday morning session of the 188th Annual General Conference of the LDS Church at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on March 31, 2018.
Family history moment: How an 89 year old member found her Scottish clanSearching for connections to her Scottish ancestry, Laura Adams was led on an unexpected adventure to a small town in California's Mother Lode area along the Mokellume River.
Family History Moments about a FamilySearch.org entry helping a woman complete her search for an ancestor.
What does the Church’s new initiative for children and youth mean for me and my family?With the Church announcing an end to its century-long affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of 2019 and the start of a new initiative for children and youth beginning in 2020, you’ve likely got some questions.
The LDS Church announced a new initiative for children and youth on Tuesday.
The goal of BYU Women's Conference? 'To strengthen one another in the Lord'More than 14,000 women from around the world met on the Brigham Young University campus on May 3 for the annual BYU Women's Conference — an event cosponsored by the Relief Society and BYU.
Women walk on the BYU campus during BYU Women's Conference held on May 3.
Gladys Knight, Alex Boyé among those slated to participate in celebration honoring 40th anniversary of the priesthood revelationForty years after President Spencer W. Kimball announced that the blessings of the priesthood would be extended to all worthy males, a worldwide broadcast, originating from the Conference Center will be held on June 1.
Gladys Knight leads the Saints Unified Voices choir during a worship service in the Tabernacle entitled "The Long Promised Day: A Celebration" Sunday, June 8, 2003.
MilestonesNotices of members celebrating 70 years of marriage or more.
Notices of members celebrating 70 years of marriage or more.
CentenariansNotices of members who are celebrating 100 years or more.
Notices of members celebrating 100 years or more.
Member of the Church presented with National DAR Medal of HonorOn Saturday, March 17, the National Medal of Honor was presented by the DAR to the Honorable J. Clifford Wallace at the 110th California State DAR Annual Conference Celebration Event in Irvine, California.
Judge J. Clifford Wallace and his wife, Jenee Wallace, at a celebration event where Judge Wallace was presented with the National Medal of Honor by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
How one mother's example helped her son to graduate from collegeCommencement exercises held on April 21 for BYU-Hawaii grads honored 221 students — from 29 countries and 21 states — earning degrees.
BYU-Hawaii graduate Atu Tonga Maile Falevai speaks during the BYU-Hawaii commencement exercises held in the BYU-Hawaii Cannon Activities Center on April 21, 2018.
Mormon choir joins Jewish orchestra to present concert in California“It is a joyful experience to bring people of different faiths together for such an event,” said Marilyn Harris-White, music director and conductor of the East County San Diego Mormon Chorale.
Rabbi Joshua Borsch welcomes the audience on April 7 to a landmark concert featuring an orchestral cantata written by John Michael Luther at the Tifereth Israel Synagogue in La Mesa, California.