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"This is what the festival is all about — thinking of one another, taking care of one another in the name of...
They enjoy being together and do not forget that Jesus is the most important person in the Christmas season and why we celebrate it as a family. Read more »
"As we celebrate this Christmas season, our thoughts turn to that sacred event long ago when the Prince of Peace and the Light of the World was born" (see Isaiah 9:6). Read more »
Speaking at the Provo Utah Missionary Training Center on Thanksgiving Day, Elder David A. Bednar invited missionaries to be alert as he spoke to them to what the Holy Ghost had to teach them. His... Read more »
BYU sports fans enjoyed memorable moments in 2014 Read more »
Actors portray Eliza R. Snow and Wilford Woodruff as they tell about Christmas in Nauvoo for a family home evening activity held in the Education in Zion gallery on the Brigham Young University... Read more »
The Joseph Smith Papers Project announced the release of the third volume in its Documents series, covering 88 documents that allow readers to see both the administrative growth of the early Church... Read more »
Elder Erich W. Kopischke speaks during a campus devotional at BYU on Dec. 2 Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have turned 100 years or more. Read more »
Notices of the deaths of members of the Church who have served in a general Church capacity. Read more »
The Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos have been watched millions of times over the last three years on the BibleVideos.org website. It is now available for purchase on DVD for the price of $5 at... Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. Read more »
The Church is launching a month-long initiative during December designed to reach millions of people around the world with the message of Heavenly’Father’s love as demonstrated in the... Read more »
Temple Square is once again dazzling visitors with its hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights that celebrate the birth of the Savior, but the lights aren’t the only reason sightseers fill... Read more »
I look back on that humble Christmas of 1960 as my most memorable one. It was then that my mother taught me that the spirit of Christmas was not about things, but about love, family, and traditions... Read more »
The southern nations of South America — Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay — remain regions of great power for the Church. Read more »
Kevin Kunf was born Sept. 16, 1986, in Yucaipa, California, and lived there his entire life. He was not raised in the Church but later became a convert. At age 23 he contracted a rare cancer. His... Read more »
Notices of new and reorganized stakes throughout the world. Read more »
Youth around the world are responding to Elder Neil L. Andersen's "temple challenge" by participating in family history and temple work. Read more »
The many seasons of our lives can bring growth and joy as we endure them well. Read more »
A condensation of the lecture given Nov. 13 by Sheri L. Dew at the Men and Women of Faith Lecture Series. This is in anticipation of the 2015 Teachings of Presidents of the Church course in... Read more »
A brief notice giving a link to the video recording of Shari Dew's lecture about Ezra Taft Benson and a link to an online exhibit of photos and videos highlighting President Benson's life. Read more »
For students at LDS Business College, a few-minutes break between classes can now turn into a productive visit to the new Employment Resource Services center located in the college’s downtown... Read more »
Priesthood leaders say family preparedness helped local Latter-day Saints weather record snowfall in Buffalo, N.Y. Read more »
Elder Russell M. Nelson is honored by the Korean government for his military service during the Korean War 63 years ago. Read more »
Notices of the death of members of the Church who have served in a general capacity. Read more »
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The Lord's gospel can offer relief from the pain to those suffering from suicidal thoughts, along with those mourning the loss of a loved one who took his or her own life. Read more »
LDS musician shares her testimony, discusses her work with David Archuleta, Lexi Walker, other renowned artists
Kendra Lowe is a multi-talented LDS woman with a deep, professional musical background. She plays several instruments, composes music, sings and works in the music industry as a professional and... Read more »
The Sesame Street Muppets joined the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for this year's Christmas concert. Read more »
Beginning December 11 and continuing through December 25, 2014, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir will offer a 24/7 commercial-free, no-cost Christmas music stream at... Read more »
All missionaries and members are safe after Typhooon Ruby (Hagupit) struck the Philippines Dec. 6. Read more »
"This is what the festival is all about — thinking of one another, taking care of one another in the name of God.” Read more »
The new Life Sciences building on the Brigham Young University campus. Read more »
Not only is our small living room filled with pairs of socks, but also our small heart is filled with joy and excitement as we imagine missionaries’ smiles with the socks. Read more »
For the past 10 years, missionaries from the Church have provided service aboard the famous decommissioned United States Navy battleship known as the “Mighty Mo.” Read more »
Church News Viewpoint about the origin of "Silent Night" and how it might be viewed as symbolic of the message of Christmas itself. Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir recently released information about its highly anticipated 2015 Atlantic Coast tour. The Choir and Orchestra will be on tour from June 24 through July 6, 2015. Read more »
Notices of the death of members of the Church who have served in a general Church capacity. Read more »
The day after the U.S. Thanksgiving people from Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Montreal, Canada, met at Joseph Smith's birthplace in Sharon, Vermont, for a Nativity program and lighting... Read more »
I have come to know that there is always more to be thankful for, more understanding I need to have, more faith and love that I need to feel, than I can possibly achieve on my own. Read more »
President Henry B. Eyring teaches of the importance of recognizing the "Light of Christ" in our lives. Read more »
Elder D. Todd Christofferson teaches of the importance of following Christ's example and using mortality as an opportunity to serve and lift others. Read more »
FamilySearch.org users can now easily view documents where their direct ancestors are mentioned in the papers of Joseph Smith. Read more »
The Christmas Story is defined by divine love and offers many examples of love, sacrifice and service. Read more »
Blessing can be realized by following the timeless examples of the Holy Family — Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Read more »
RootsTech, the largest family history conference in the world, announced today that former First Lady Laura Bush and her daughter Jenna Bush Hager will be the keynote speakers during the Friday... Read more »
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