LDS Church News
A few members of the Mingo Branch in Sandy, Utah, attend the Jordan River Utah Temple on Sept. 25. Read more »
A reader writes about how modern technology helped her uncover family history information that had eluded her for decades. Read more »
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In Arizona’s capital and largest city, visitors are touring the new Phoenix Arizona Temple during an open house that runs through Saturday, Nov. 1. Read more »
Religious freedom and the rule of law are central messages of the Church, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf told delegates from 40 countries who participated in BYU’s 21st Annual International Law... Read more »
Santino Fontana and the Muppets will be the guest artists for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square Christmas concert. Read more »
Members of the small Beirut Branch in Lebanon prepared 110 food boxes on Saturday, Oct. 11, for Syrian refugee families in their city. Read more »
A revelation given to the prophet Joseph Smith in 1833 was fulfilled in a new way as millions of members across the world listened to the 184th Semiannual General Conference on Oct. 4-5. Read more »
The Church's humanitarian arm, LDS Charities, sent food and other emergency supplies to more than 1,500 Latter-day Saint families and others in Sierra Leone during the recent state of emergency. Read more »
Today, more than ever, the world needs to know that God has called a prophet to tell people what He would have them do.Today, more than ever, the world needs to know that God has called a prophet... Read more »
“Keep moving. Don’t get discouraged, disqualified, or delayed,” Sister Elaine Dalton told a large and diverse gathering of Young Single Adults Sept. 20. Read more »
More than 100,000 Church members gathered Oct. 4-5 in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City to hear President Monson and other Church leaders offer counsel and direction. Read more »
Sharing the gospel is more than a spiritual duty, Elder David A. Bednar explained, it is also “a reflection of how important these truths are to us.” Read more »
The decisions people make in this life greatly affect the course of their eternal life, said Elder Larry S. Kacher of the Seventy during the Sunday afternoon session of general conference. Read more »
The Savior focuses on the individual and family, said Elder Hugo E. Martinez of the Seventy during the Sunday afternoon session of general conference. Read more »
“There has been a renewed emphasis on family history and temple work. ... Your response to this emphasis will increase your individual and family joy and happiness, Elder Allan F. Packer said... Read more »
“All of us have experienced or will yet experience moments of great decision ... . These are situations in different areas of our lives in which a small change in direction can have... Read more »
“Despite all of the negative challenges we have in life, we must make time to actively exercise our faith,” Elder Richard G. Scott of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said during the... Read more »
Likening life to an adventure down a river on a raft, Elder M. Russell Ballard said individuals must follow three rules: stay in the boat, always wear a lifejacket and hold on as they experience... Read more »
"Although we are left to find and follow that path which will lead us back to our Father in Heaven, He did not send us here without direction and guidance," said President Thomas S. Monson in his... Read more »
"The ordinance of the sacrament has been called 'one of the most holy and sacred ordinances in the Church,'" said Elder James J. Hamula of the Seventy at the Sunday morning session of conference. Read more »
"I testify that when we do what is necessary to know [God and Jesus Christ] and Their love for one another, we will obtain 'the greatest of all the gifts of God'—even eternal life," said... Read more »
Members of the Church are to heed the words of the prophets, taught Sister Carol F. McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women general presidency. Read more »
Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles speaks on the topic, 'Sustaining the Prophets' during the Sunday morning session of general conference. Read more »
"We need revelation from God. And we will need not just one revelation in a time of stress but we need a constantly renewed stream. We need ... the continuing blessing of communication from God,"... Read more »
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Former BYU distance runner Jocelyn McCauley wins the Ironman World Championship in the female amateur division. Read more »
High school football player Octavious James started attending Church, Young Men and seminary about a year before his baptism on May 26. His example of dedicated Church attendance has created... Read more »
LDS Charities — the humanitarian arm of the Church — is partnering with other organizations to help those impacted by the crisis in the Middle East. Read more »
Mike Madsen, product manager of the youth.lds.org website at the LDS Tech conference on Oct. 17 at the University of Utah Institute gave a presentation on seven tech products to strengthen youth. Read more »
Church's humanitarian service offers assistance to LDS families affected by the ongoing Ebola-virus outbreak. Read more »
A Church video posted on YouTube is designed to explain the sacred purpose and nature of temple garments and other temple vestments. Read more »
The Church posted two lengthy new essays on its website Oct. 22 about plural marriage in early Church history. Read more »
The annual LDSTech conference was held Oct. 16-17 at the Salt Lake LDS Institute adjacent to the University of Utah's campus. Read more »
Software designer Kevin Foote calls the program he developed "FastCommand." It is being tailored to meet the specific needs of the Church after a disaster. Read more »
After watching a magician perform a trick, our first thought is usually “How did he do that?” The answer is simple: misdirection. A skillful magician leads us to focus our attention on... Read more »
Sister Neill F. Marriott of the Young Women general presidency shares why applying conference teachings is so important. Read more »
Michaela Cinkaisova was just 15 years old and didn’t speak any English when her family decided to move from the Czech Republic to Las Vegas, Nevada. Read more »
Entertainer, actor, author and television host Donny Osmond will be joining RootsTech as a keynote speaker on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. Read more »
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