Church News viewpoint: Selfless leadership
As we think about the responsibilities in our lives, may be strive to emulate the selfless, loving but empowering example of our Savior Jesus Christ.
Primary children, community members celebrate 'Visions of New Horizons' during annual Days of '47 Youth Parade
Twenty stakes were involved in the annual Days of '47 Youth Parade held Saturday morning, July 22. Each found ways to involve the Primary kids in the floats or parade.
People of different ancestral lines are part of the same family, General Authority says at sunrise service
Though all people stem through different pioneer lines, each is “ultimately from the same great family – even the great family of God, our Father,” Elder Kevin R. Duncan, General Authority Seventy, said July 24 at the Days of ’47 S
Days of '47 Parade highlights 'visions of a new horizon'
Families and friends lined the streets of downtown Salt Lake City on the morning of July 24 — some having camped out overnight — to celebrate Pioneer Day at the Days of ’47 Parade.
Media offered sneak peek of expanded Provo MTC
Church leaders hope MTC open house visitors will feel the Lord's "hastening" of His work.
Foundations that support faith are being marginalized in a secular world, Elder Cook tells Seymour Institute
The foundations that have historically supported “faith, accountability to God, and the religious impulse” are increasingly being marginalized in a secular world, said Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles on July 26.
'Heart-bumps' felt at the 2017 Scout jamboree
A sacrament meeting for more than 2,000, a Duty to God exhibit, the Compass Award and merit badge booths — all that and more were evidences of the Church's presence at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree.
Elder Holland delivers "face to face" message on Aaronic Priesthood's roles with the sacrament
Speaking to a group of 2,100 youth, leaders and guests at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree, Elder Holland reminded the Aaronic Priesthood holders of God's confidence in them and their key duties in the sacrament ordinance, calling on them to step up.
Church members honor pioneer ancestors in unique ways
Church members have found unique ways to remember their own pioneer ancestors as Utah celebrates 170 years this month since the first Mormon Pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake Valley.