LDS Church News
Suppose, while browsing in a library of ancient manuscripts, you noticed a letter purportedly written by the brother of Jesus. Would you want to read a translation of that letter? Read more »
Bluff Fort seeks to share and preserve the history of the pioneers who were called to settle in the canyonlands of southeastern Utah. Read more »
The Book of Mormon and its "plain and precious things" are an important part of the Restoration of the Gospel, said Elder Merrill J. Bateman, emeritus General Authority. Read more »
Missionaries and docents at Bluff Fort, Utah, share love and appreciation for history with visitors from around the world. Read more »
On Saturday, Oct. 10, Elder Steven E. Snow dedicated a new monument honoring the two families that came to the San Juan Mission and the pioneer families who were called to go to Bluff, Utah, after... Read more »
Anthony Sweat, a Sperry Symposium speaker, said witnesses' tangible interaction with artifacts associated with the Book of Mormon record are evidence that the book is real, not the product of... Read more »
Research done by BYU professor David Dollahite explores the importance of faith in families. Read more »
Experienced African American genealogical researchers were introduced to indexing by members of the Friendswood Houston Texas Stake. The training was part of the nationwide Freedmen Bureau records... Read more »
Notices of new and reorganized stakes in the Church throughout the world. Read more »
Construction to begin on the Lisbon Portugal Temple after groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for Dec. 5. Read more »
At an award ceremony, Oct. 8, sponsored by Training magazine, the Church took first place for its in-house produced safety video “Lightning Safety: Interview with a Cloud.” Read more »
Latter-day Saints must be advocates for religious freedom and defend its rightful place in the public square, said Elder Quentin L. Cook during the annual Stanford University Convocation on Oct. 27. Read more »
Elder Ballard defends traditional marriage while calling for civility and fellowship for all. Read more »
Thousands participate in weekend of Spanish-language celebration and gospel counsel. Read more »
Laura Osnes, Broadway's "Cinderella," will appear with acclaimed British actor Martin Jarvis at the annual Christmas concerts of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square Dec. 17-19. 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 »
The creation of 11 new missions in the Church is an indication that missionary work is still accelerating after the announcement in 2012 of the lowering of the ages of missionaries. Read more »
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Eight new missionary training center presidents and their wives have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in January. Read more »
President Russell M. Nelson dedicates new chapel located just blocks away from the nation's capitol building in Washington, D.C. Read more »
Although their names aren’t included in the official list, four women can be added as additional witnesses of the physical reality and divine process Joseph Smith went through in the... Read more »
"American Chronicles" offers well-rounded glimpse into lifework of one of America's most beloved artists. Read more »
Elder M. Russell Ballard and Elder Craig C. Christensen saw first-hand the dedication of volunteers who are helping refugees fleeing Syria and other nations. Read more »
Alma put our role as learners in its proper perspective: “the preacher was no better than the hearer, neither was the teacher any better than the learner; and thus they were all equal" (Alma... Read more »
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and Bishop Gérald R. Caussé, the LDS Church’s presiding bishop, talk about Joan of Arc in a new BYUtv docudrama. Read more »
The Church is working with several "wonderful" partners to help address the needs of refugees in Europe, said Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Read more »
The newly renovated Montreal Quebec Temple stands as a tribute to the rich and diverse history of Montreal and the pioneering Latter-day Saints who built the Church in Quebec’s largest... Read more »
"Give thanks in all things," Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles counseled missionaries at the Provo Missionary Training Center on Thanksgiving Day. Read more »
Many have made remarkable sacrifices to be sealed to their families and claim the blessings of the Lord's temples. Read more »
When it comes to genealogy, I have been greatly blessed. I know that miracles happen. Read more »
At a devotional celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Washington DC Stake, President Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve joined with others on Nov. 20 to honor pioneering Latter-day... Read more »
“We are celebrating the rededication tomorrow of the beautiful Montreal Quebec Temple of God,” said President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, moments before... Read more »
Sister Neill F. Marriott of the Young Women general presidency and Sister Cheryl A. Esplin of the Primary general presidency visited Hong Kong, Cambodia and Mongolia from Nov. 8-13. Read more »
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