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Several new resources were introduced to priesthood leaders at a special session at RootsTech to facilitate the work of salvation for the living and the dead, combining instruction from the Missionary, Temple a...
Main session speakers at Friday's RootsTech 2016 family history conference spoke of how today's technology facilitates the sharing of family stories, the richest kind of legacy.
To attract novices, including family members, to family history, enthusiasts need to reach their hearts with meaningful stories — and they need to do it within 60 seconds, the keynote speaker at RootsTech...
Church members can now view their own patriarchal blessings online and request the patriarchal blessings of deceased direct-line ancestors by virtue of one of two new tools the Church announced Dec. 28.
RootsTech 2016, the largest family history event in the world, got underway Wednesday, drawing the vanguard of an expected 25,000 registered attendees from 50 states and 40 countries who will be at the Salt Pa...
The new Provo City Center Temple pays affectionate homage to the Provo Tabernacle – the burned-out pioneer-era structure from which it emerged – and in nowise is this more clearly reflected than in ...
"We invite, they commit, we follow up," said Bishop W. Christopher Waddell of the Presiding Bishopric as he based his talk at the Worldwide Missionary Broadcast on Chapter 11 of "Preach My Gospel."
Leaders in the Church Missionary Department interacted with young missionaries in pre-recorded video segments shown during the Worldwide Missionary Broadcast Jan. 20.
Deseret News editor Paul Edwards told BYU-Idaho students in a devotional on Tuesday that their most important opportunity at this formative time is to "make lifelong friends who will influence how you think and...
Robert Cundick, who served as Salt Lake Tabernacle organist from 1965 to 1991, died at his home on Jan. 7.