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Millions of Church members gathered on Oct. 4 for the first sessions of the 184th Semiannual General Conference, which originated in the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City and was... Read more »
The fate of the German battleship the Bismarck served as an illustration for President Thomas S. Monson’s priesthood session address on finding one’s way “safely home – home... Read more »
The Lord’s plan for His work is filled with preparation, President Henry B. Eyring said as he announced that his priesthood session address was about the Aaronic Priesthood, which he said is... Read more »
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf began his priesthood session address recounting what happened at the last supper of Jesus and His apostles when He said that one of them would betray Him, and they each... Read more »
Caring for the poor and needy – which includes the law of the fast – is a fundamental gospel doctrine and an essential element in the eternal plan of salvation, Bishop Dean M. Davies... Read more »
Learning for oneself that the restored gospel of Jesus Christ is true can be one of the greatest and most joyful experiences in life, Elder Craig C. Christensen of the Presidency of the Seventy... Read more »
Elder Quentin L. Cook drew on a favorite comic strip, “Peanuts,” to make a point about decisions in his priesthood session address. Read more »
How people learn to adjust to changes and challenges in life depends on their foundation, said Elder L. Tom Perry of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Read more »
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland declares the importance of following the Lord's example and caring for the poor, including the poor in spirit. Read more »
"The Lord invites us using various verbs: 'Come unto me,' 'Follow me,' 'Walk with me,'" said Elder Eduardo Gavarret of the Seventy in the Saturday afternoon session of general conference. Read more »
The adversary knows that faith in Christ goes hand in hand with a personal confidence that one is striving to choose the right, said Elder Jorg Klebingat of the Seventy. Read more »
It is parents' duty to teach their children the doctrines of the gospel, said Brother Tad. R Callister during the Saturday afternoon session of general conference. Read more »
“Each believer needs a spiritual confirmation of the divine mission and character of the Prophet Joseph Smith,” Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Read more »
Elder Dallin H. Oaks teaches of the importance of avoiding contention and loving those whose beliefs are different. Members must also remain diligent in defending gospel truths. Read more »
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf teaches how one can find divine truth through prayer and earnest study. Read more »
Personal accountability is a right and duty that must constantly be defended, said Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles during the Saturday morning session of general... Read more »
Elder Chi Hong (Sam) Wong of the Seventy used the account of Christ healing a man stricken with palsy to illustrate how members and missionaries can work together in ward councils to fulfill... Read more »
Sister Cheryl A. Esplin: Making the sacrament a truly spiritual experience Read more »
Elder Robbins reminds members to "fear ye not the reproach of men." Read more »
In his Saturday morning address, President Boyd K. Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, taught that all who repent and forsake sin will find Christ’s outstretched, merciful... Read more »
Following is the text of remarks delivered by President Thomas S. Monson as he opened the 184th Semiannual General Conference, which convened in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Saturday... Read more »
Love is a substance that isn’t depleted or diminished as it is shared – the more it is given, the more abundant and stronger it becomes. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have turned 100 years or more. Read more »
Lillian Hurtado utilizes her legendary cooking skills to bless the lives of others and share the gospel. Read more »
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The Church posted two lengthy new essays on its website Oct. 22 about plural marriage in early Church history. Read more »
Former BYU distance runner Jocelyn McCauley wins the Ironman World Championship in the female amateur division. 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 »
Church's humanitarian service offers assistance to LDS families affected by the ongoing Ebola-virus outbreak. Read more »
Phyllis Slade, 86, completed her Personal Progress in three months after her 14-year-old granddaughter asked her to join with her in doing the Young Women program. 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 »
Entertainer, actor, author and television host Donny Osmond will be joining RootsTech as a keynote speaker on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Read more »
As Sam Cole balances his role of husband, father, active Church member, firefighter and wakeboarder, he finds that when he puts faith first, everything else falls in to place. He hopes his example... Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. 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 15th anniversary of the formation of the Orchestra at Temple Square was observed Oct. 17-18 with its annual fall concert featuring a piano virtuoso and one of the Salt Lake Tabernacle organists. Read more »
Two major storms have little impact on members in Bermuda and Hawaii 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 »
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 »
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 »
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