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Three artists gather to talk about their paintings in the "Practicing Charity" exhibit in the Church History Museum. Read more »
Pinning down a single word that would describe Jessica Merrifield's philosophy on life would be extremely simple: Love. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. Read more »
The Church’s Mormon Battalion Historic Site has been honored by the Conference of California Historical Societies with its California Historian of the Year Commercial Award. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have turned 100 years or more. Read more »
To God, mortal men and women have infinite value, Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles declared June 24 to elders and sisters at a devotional emanating from the Provo... Read more »
Any disciple of Christ can well ponder the questions “Am I obedient and faithful enough? Am I lacking anything?” Bishop GÉrald CaussÉ said in his address at the 2014 Seminar... Read more »
Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the general Young Women presidency, attended the State of Alaska Young Women Camp from June 9-14, where more than 900 young women strived "to become... Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Inc. announced its collaboration with Candlelight Media Group on a new feature length motion picture currently titled “Singing with Angels.” Read more »
We live in a world where “NEW” is often synonymous with “BETTER.” But “new” when used in the context of “change” can sometimes be synonymous with... Read more »
Elder Matthew Palmer, 19, a missionary serving in the Madagascar Antananarivo Mission from Woods Cross, Utah, died June 26, 2014. Read more »
Flooding and a mudslide on June 19 caused terrible devastation in Varna, Bulgaria, leaving basement apartments, shops, cellars and underground parking lots filled with deep mud from floor to... Read more »
As Edward Matos worked as a security guard at the building where the Manhattan temple , three Manhattan wards, the New York Office of Public and International Affairs, and the Family History Center... Read more »
June Norton Ferrel of the Lindon 21st Ward, celebrated her 100th birthday on June 6. She is a young women adviser and said the experience teaching them has "been a joy for me and a tribute to the... Read more »
Life in the NBA can test the mettle of any professional athlete, but for Mark Madsen, now an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, it presented golden opportunities to build his faith and... Read more »
Elder Glen L. Rudd's lifelong love for New Zealand and that country's people is symbolized by three photos shot over some 80 years. Read more »
Missionary moment from Ghana Read more »
"I loved the individual moments. Certainly mothering is hard, the paydays of motherhood are seeing your children becoming these amazing adults." Read more »
In an effort to help LDS youth around the world reach a challenge issued by an apostle, the Church recently released a number of helpful tools online at templechallenge.lds.org. Read more »
Notices of new and reorganized stakes throughout the Church. Read more »
The Hebrew word for vanity is hebel. Its basic definition means "breath but it also refers to condensed breath such as the fleeting vapor that is seen on a cold winter's day. Cold breath is seen,... Read more »
Sarah Passey, mother of seven, was chosen as the Washington state Young Mother of the Year. Read more »
Notices of the deaths of members of the Church who have served in a general Church capacity. Read more »
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