Sunday School general president: 'How can I receive more revelation in my life?'
Brother Tad R. Callister, Sunday School general president, answers the question "how can I receive more revelation in my life?"
JustServe hydrant painting project fires up a community
Community volunteers painted some 1,300 fire hydrants on Saturday, Oct. 14, during a large-scale JustServe project sponsored by the city.
Mormons lend meetinghouse to Jewish congregation for one year
After meeting for a year in an LDS stake center, the Shir-Ha-Ma’alot (SHM) Jewish congregation, heard a Shabbat service sermon by Rabbi Richard Steinberg titled “What We Have Learned from Our Friends.”
Due to plague outbreak, LDS missionaries transferred out of Madagascar
LDS missionaries are being moved out of Madagascar following an outbreak of the plague in the Indian Ocean island nation, Church leaders announced Thursday, Oct. 19.
Meridian Idaho Temple: An 'echo' to the past, a nearby neighbor for Church's newest temple
The new Meridian Idaho Temple, which opened for special tours this week prior to a public open house, with be the Church's 158th operating temple, the fifth in Idaho and the second in the Boise area.
The temple is the 'crown jewel' of all the work in the Church
Work in a holy temple — a sacred hall where patrons can gain a witness of the Atonement of Jesus Christ — is the crown jewel of all the work in the Church, Latter-day Saint leaders said during the 2017 Seminar for New Temple Presidents and Mat
Visiting sacred ground with a prophet of the Lord
Gerry Avant, then a Church News reporter, recalls visiting the sacred sites of Far West and Adam-ondi-Ahman in western Missouri with President Spencer W. Kimball and Sister Camilla Eyring Kimball in 1978.
Changes to Relief Society visiting teaching messages: 'Do what she needs'
Beginning January 2018, changes to the monthly visiting teaching message will help sisters “minister” to each other in a more personal way.
Notices of deaths of members who have served in a general Church capacity.
Mormons regrouping after California fires
"I understand the pillar of fire now. It was here," said Jack Reisner, who was among more than 150 Latter-day Saint families to lose homes as 16 fires raged through Northern California for nearly two weeks. No members died or suffered serious injury.