LDS Church News
LDS Peruvians rejoice with the dedication of nation's second temple. President Uchtdorf calls temple an appropriate Father's Day gift for Heavenly Father. Read more »
The county south of the Salt Lake Valley offers plenty of Mormon-themed sites. Read more »
During the summer months, the number of Church activities increases for Scouting, youth conferences, ward parties, summer campouts, carnivals and other events. Read more »
American Mothers Inc. named Laurie Horita the 2015 State Young Mother of the Year for Hawaii. As a cancer survivor and mother of four, she aims to inspire others who are going through trials. Read more »
Vikki Solberg, the State Mother of the Year for Alaska, has been able to run a successful business with her husband and be a loving mother to 11 children. Read more »
"Reverencing the Sabbath can lead us to personal revelation and this reverencing should begin well before the Sabbath arrives," said Sister Neill F. Marriott of the Young Women general presidency. Read more »
Elder Larry R. Lawrence of the Seventy spoke to LDS Business College students concerning the tactics of Satan and ways to combat them on June 23 at the Assembly Hall in Temple Square. Read more »
Nearly 900 youth from the South Puget Sound region of Washington state participated in a five-stake dance festival on May 30. Read more »
Coming or going, it's a herculean task to move the 582-person entourage of the Atlantic Coast tour of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square. Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square landed in Baltimore, Maryland, June 24, beginning what publicist Kim Farah anticipates will be “the most social-media researched,... Read more »
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency, dedicated the Church's 147th temple in Trujillo, Peru, on Sunday, June 21. Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will depart next week for a tour of five cities on the Atlantic Coast, including New York City, where they will perform at Carnegie Hall. Read more »
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf offers proven counsel to young people prior to spirited cultural event in northern Peru. Read more »
Prophets have been some of the most influential men throughout time and are often referred to in scripture as “fathers.” But what kind of men were the literal fathers of the prophets? A... Read more »
Notices of new and reorganized stakes throughout the world. Read more »
Two new temple presidents and matrons have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this year. Read more »
As we approach the end of June, our thoughts turn to one of the seminal events in the history of the Restoration: the martyrdom of Joseph Smith the Prophet and his brother Hyrum on June 27, 1844. Read more »
African American family history enthusiasts who have encountered a “brick wall” that blocks them in researching their pre-Civil War era ancestry have renewed hope, thanks to a... Read more »
Over 120 youth from Casper, Douglas and Glenrock, Wyoming, dropped their plans for a Youth Conference to assist in flood clean-up efforts in Lusk, Wyoming on June 13. Read more »
Multi-use building will be utilized by thousands of Scouts and their leaders at Utah's Hinckley Scout Ranch. Read more »
In the wake of extensive flooding, the Church Welfare Department was able to deliver a large shipment of peanut butter produced at the Church's cannery plus nearly 1,000 home clean up kits to... Read more »
Having visited, interviewed and documented the lives of hundreds of individuals and families in Latin America in the past 30 years, NÉstor Curbelo attests to seeing faith, miracles and... Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. Read more »
President Henry B. Eyring taught during his April 2015 general conference address: “Our Heavenly Father wishes to bless His children spiritually and temporally. He understands each of their... Read more »
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During the seminar, held June 24 through June 28 at the Church’s Provo, Utah Missionary Training Center, 126 new mission presidents and their wives participated in large group interactive... Read more »
President Thomas S. Monson has a love for missionary work, mission presidents and their wives and missionaries. Read more »
American Mothers Inc. named Anneli Osmond the North Dakota State Young Mother of the Year. She has had a love of children throughout her life and now enjoys having four of her own. Read more »
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square have completed the first portion of their Atlantic Coast Tour, performing concerts in Bethesda, Maryland; and in Bethel and Saratoga... Read more »
Thoughts from companions and others that Sister Elizabeth Salgado Laguna met in the mission field. She has been missing since April 16. Read more »
Elder Russell M. Nelson speaks during the New Mission Presidents' Seminar held in the Provo, Utah, Missionary Training Center on June 25. Read more »
Michael Spencer has never let the fact that he is missing one arm hold him back from playing the cello, piano and trumpet or play sports. Read more »
Four new temple presidents and matrons have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this year. Read more »
Near where the Woodstock Music Festival was staged in 1969, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square performed at the Bethel Music Center. And as it happened at the ‘60s... Read more »
Some 2,000 Church members and guests gathered at the Fenea Pacifik Convention Centre in Port Vila on Sunday, June 21, to witness the creation of Vanuatu’s first Latter-day Saint stake. Read more »
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf declares that today's missionaries can, in Peter-like fashion, overcome fear and weakness through their faith in Christ. Read more »
A young family history consultant finds joy in her calling Read more »
“Our greatest opportunity and our greatest challenge is to bear witness that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, and that He gave His life for the sins of each of us,” said... Read more »
The Houston Texas, the nation's 4th largest city, designated June 24, 2015 as Mormon Helping Hands day in recognition of the outstanding service provided to the community by missionaries and members. Read more »
Sartoga Springs, New York, is observing 100 years this year since its founding as a municipality, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square helped observe the centennial with a... Read more »
Researchers at BYU have shed new light on why people who snack at night don’t get the same “food high” in the evening. Read more »
JoAnne Michels of the Burbank 3rd Ward, North Hollywood California Stake, was recently honored as California's State Mother of the Year by American Mothers Inc. Read more »
I was born in July 1946, so I never knew my mother’s next youngest brother, Richard Miller Merrill, a WWII B-24 navigator, who died when his plane crashed. Read more »
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