Missionary Moment: Sharing the gospel
The ability to share the gospel isn’t a ‘gift’ that has been given to only a few Latter-day Saints and denied to the rest.
Nepali members in Salt Lake City gather to celebrate Nepali translation of Book of Mormon
With singing, dancing, a video presentation and a buffet of Nepali food, members of the Crossroads Square Branch of the South Salt Lake Stake gathered for a cultural celebration to commemorate the Nepali translation of the Book of Mormon on June 17.
Dedication marks 'a grand beginning,' President Eyring tells New Zealand LDS community
President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, returned to Temple View on June 16-17 to dedicate both new and renovated, refurbished facilities on the campus of the Church College of New Zealand (CCNZ), which closed in 2009.
Religious beliefs, teachings and practices bring “needed medicine,” say Elder and Sister Renlund
Religious beliefs, teachings and practices bring needed medicine to societies that would otherwise be aggressive and sick, said Elder Dale G. Renlund and Sister Ruth L. Renlund at a religious liberties symposium in San JosÉ, Costa Rica, on June 9.
Missionary injured in Brussels bombing entering U.S. Naval Academy
Mason Wells rebuilt his body and spirit to realize his goal to study at storied service academy.
Summer Church pageants, musical performances and other Church events happening this week
Church events for the week of June 19-25.
Church History Center to bless members in the Pacific
The new Matthew Cowley Pacific Church History Center and Museum has the potential to bless the lives of individuals throughout the Pacific, said the center’s director, Elder Lynn G. Summerhays.
LDSBC workshops help people discover identity, future
The LDS Business College has developed a workshop to help people discover who they are and what their next steps in life should be.
First Q'eqchi' language stake created in Guatemalan highlands
Elder Dale G. Renlund presides over historic gathering for Latter-day Saints of Mayan descent. The temples of Central America, he says, have forever blessed lives in the region.
Elder Bednar dedicates Senegal for the preaching of the gospel
Just before dawn at the base of the “Phare des Mamelles” lighthouse on a hill overlooking Senegal, Elder David A. Bednar offered a prayer on May 22 on the people and land of the West African nation.