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Fred E. Woods, professor of Church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University, was the keynote speaker at this year's commemoration of the driving of the Golden Spike, which completed the transcontinental...
The latest Joseph Smith Papers book was announced May 9 at a "bloggers' event" at the Church History Library. The new book includes 93 documents pertaining to Zion's Camp and other events in LDS Church history ...
A strong gospel foundation instilled at home saw Valeri Vladimir Cordón through life's challenges, beginning at age 15 when he went away from home to attend school. Today he is among the newest General Aut...
Monthly teacher council meetings and a new booklet are part of a new effort to promote "Teaching in the Savior’s Way" that is now being rolled out to local priesthood leaders in the Church.
Los Hermanos de los Andes, LDS musicians who perform Andean folk music, presented a concert at the Church History Museum, for the Evenings at the Museum Lecture series.
Few luminaries in 19th century Church history shine brighter than George Q. Cannon.His 50-volume journal is among the richest sources of Church history available. Now, for the first time, that journal is bein...
In this cradle of the Restoration, where Joseph Smith received his vision of the Father and the Son, the Palmyra Bishops' Storehouse was dedicated April 16 by Bishop GÉrald CaussÉ.
President Henry B. Eyring's priesthood session address focused on the subject of what must be done to be a part of Heavenly Father's plan of happiness.
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, speaking in the priesthood session, praised those who save marriages and families.
Jesus Christ is the greatest leader and the greatest follower who ever lived, Brother Stephen W. Owen, Young Men general president, declared in his general conference priesthood session talk.