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MormonHaven News Archives
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9/29
* For Unemployed Californians, Food Donations Are ‘a Little Bit of Hope Coming to Their Door’
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reopening
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* Latest temple updates: Status changes for temples in Hawaii, South America; 92% of all possible temples reopened, 67% in Phase 2
* Joseph Smith’s Various Accounts of the First Vision Reveal the Doctrine and Dealings of God
* Helping Hands Volunteers Aid Thousands Affected by ‘Hidden Storm’ Hurricane Sally
* More than 105,000 pounds of food delivered to Southern California as part of Church’s largest-ever humanitarian response
* Thanksgiving Food Drive underway in different format
* ‘You never want to get a call from the medical staff’: Frequent, but necessary COVID-19 testing adds stress for BYU football players
9/27-9/28
* A Window Into Past, Present and Self: Salt Lake Temple Renovation Enters the Foundation-Strengthening Phase
* Volunteers Assist With Fire Recovery Efforts in the Western US
* After Severe Windstorm, Latter-day Saints Participate in “Operation Firewood Rescue" to Help Utah's Native Americans
* Ground Broken for Brasília Brazil Temple
* Latter-day Saints Leave Deep Boot Prints at Storied West Point
* Women of Covenant: The ‘Profound Implications’ of the Priesthood Restoration
* Philippines Interfaith Family Forum Highlights Importance of Building Bridges During Difficult Times
* Putting Together the ‘Gospel Puzzle’
* Children and Youth Program: A Tool for the Work of Salvation and Exaltation
* Helping Hands volunteers aiding thousands affected by ‘hidden storm’ Hurricane Sally
* How Joseph Smith’s differing accounts of the First Vision reveal the doctrine and dealings of God
* How do you tell a child with autism that their favorite toy is gone and their house has burned up?
* ‘Tip of the iceberg’: How it’s now possible to search 8 billion names on FamilySearch.org
* Read about these 7 stake presidencies that were recently reorganized
* What BYU students are hoping for in upcoming General Conference
9/25-9/26
* Food Donations Underway in New York to Commemorate Bicentennial of Restoration
* BYU-Pathway President Tells Students Three Ways to Remember ‘By Whom We Are Led’
* What the Law Taught This General Authority About Making Covenants With the Lord
* 8 Billion Names Are Now Searchable on FamilySearch.org
* Women of Covenant: The Importance of Motherhood
* Philippines Interfaith Family Forum highlights importance of building bridges during difficult times
* Watch: President Nelson says fill ‘personal spiritual storehouses’ and seek to #HearHim to endure trials
* 10 Things You Didn’t Know about Brandon Flowers
9/24
* In 25 years, ‘The Family: A Proclamation to the World’ Has Gone From UN to Vatican and Beyond
* At 25, The Family proclamation looks prophetic in addressing a 2020 society
* Church Members and Leaders in Oregon Rally Together to Provide Relief From the Fire
* Latter-day Saint Women Podcast Offers Unique Insights Into Women’s Roles Around the World
* Latter-day Saints Enthused to Return to Traditional Sabbath Worship Following First Presidency and Area Guidelines
* How ‘Leadership Lessons’ — and a few cookies — are unifying an Idaho deacons quorum
* Sarah Jane Weaver: 5 important lessons from home MTC
* Post-fire ministering in Oregon focuses on 60 member homes destroyed, 356 families from 1 ward displaced
* Church makes large donation to FOOD for Lane County to assist fire victims
* Record amount of food gathered
* John and Monica Kauwe share experiences that prepared them to lead BYU–Hawaii
* Heisman winner Ty Detmer loses greatest supporter, father Sonny
9/23
* 18 powerful invitations from April 2020 general conference by the First Presidency, Quorum of the Twelve and other Church leaders
* Groundbreakings Announced for Temples in Guatemala and Japan
* Digitized Records of Mayflower Descendants Now Available on FamilySearch and AmericanAncestors.org
* Parents Can Lay ‘Cornerstones’ in Developing Their Children’s Testimonies
* 100-Year-Old Organist Exemplifies Enduring Service
* President of BYU-Pathway Worldwide shares three ways students can remember ‘By Whom We are Led’
* What the law taught this General Authority about making covenants with the Lord
* Brittany Beattie: A promise for every covenant-keeping woman
* Latter-day Saint church backs Amendment C removing slavery from Utah's constitution
9/22
* President Ballard: Videoconferencing Helps Church Leaders ‘Stay in Touch’ With Members Worldwide
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* Latest temple updates: 146 reopened, with 103 in Phase 2, as 7 temples to change status
* Church Members and Leaders in Oregon Rally Together To Provide Relief From the Fire
* Children and Youth program: A tool for the work of salvation and exaltation
* Ames police announce arrests in series of church burglaries
* Does serving a Mormon mission make people want to help developing countries?
9/20-9/21
* President Nelson Invites All to ‘Feel the Depth of the Lord’s Love’ at October General Conference
* Eighteen Spanish-Language Global Newsroom Sites Consolidate into One
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Latin America Edition, September 18, 2020
* Church Clarifies Policy for Service Animals in Meetinghouses and Temples
* BYU–Idaho Students Have a ‘Duty’ to Battle COVID-19
* Latter-day Saints enthused to return to traditional Sabbath worship following First Presidency and area guidelines
* Boyd Matheson: Finding ‘the path to overcoming the weariness’
* When Church leaders can’t interact with members personally like they used to, ‘they are doing it through Zoom’
* These new stake presidencies from around the world were recently called to serve
* ‘It’s madness and chaos’: BYU coach working to put together toughest non-league schedule possible
* 50 homes in one Latter-day Saint ward destroyed by fire, and that’s only part of the story of loss and resiliency
* Missionaries recalled from overseas postings volunteer for Habitat for Humanity
* The story of the Kia Ngawari Trust: How these amateur historians amassed a national treasure
9/18-9/19
* Groundbreaking Date Further Postponed for Salta Argentina Temple
* For the Strength of Youth Conferences To Resume in Summer 2021
* Searching for Hope? At October 2020 General Conference, Truth and Inspiration Will Be Center Stage
* How to watch or listen to October 2020 general conference
* Missionaries, Members Reported Safe After Hurricane Sally Deluges U.S. Gulf Coast
* President Kusch Gives First Address at Newly Renamed Ensign College
* The story of the Kia Ngawari Trust: How these amateur historians amassed a national treasure
* Charlottesville-based missionaries offering free Spanish classes
* Church Of Latter-Day Saints Gives Big Donation To Organization Supporting Foster Children
* 4 Missionaries Stranded On Remote Pacific Island
* Latter-day Saints donate 14 pallets of food to Catholic Charities
9/17
* Special Book of Mormon Videos Episode Celebrates Church's Founding Event
* Church History Project Documented Missionary Experiences with Evacuations, Early Releases During COVID-19
* Missionaries Are ‘Spiritual Pathfinders,’ ‘Influencers’ in a Social-Media Age, Elder Cook Says
* General Authority Encourages BYU Students to Choose Happiness by Following Jesus Christ
* ‘It’s not about the name — it’s about the heart’: President Kusch addresses newly renamed Ensign College
* Digitized records of Mayflower descendants now available on FamilySearch and AmericanAncestors.org
* BYU–Idaho students have a ‘duty’ to battle COVID-19
* How Latter-day Saints are leaving deep bootprints at storied West Point
* Utah Church Sends Donations to Eight Buffalo Churches, Catholic Charities
* Latter-day Saints donate 14 pallets of food to Catholic Charities
9/16
* How Latter-day Saint Charities Is Helping the World Food Programme During COVID-19
* For the Strength of Youth Conferences To Resume in Summer 2021
* Church preparing to begin FSY conferences in U.S. and Canada summer 2021
* Rendering Released and Location Announced for Papua New Guinea Temple
* Elder Holland’s Friendship with an Evangelical Leader Has Built ‘Historic Bridges’
* Service Missionaries Continue to Serve Despite the Challenges of COVID-19
* BYU-Pathway Worldwide is Becoming One of the Most Valuable Education Opportunities for Returned Missionaries
* Kaylene Harding: The ‘profound implications’ of the priesthood restoration
* General Authority tells BYU students to ‘see God as He truly is’ and choose happiness
* Are service animals allowed in Church meetinghouses and temples?
* How missionaries are ‘spiritual pathfinders, influencers’ in a social-media age, Elder Cook says
* Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme partner to aid global pandemic relief efforts
* Payson man charged in hate crime attack admits assaulting Latter-day Saint missionary
* Cancelation of overseas mission trips due to pandemic benefits Habitat
9/15
* Latest temple updates: Just under 100 temples offering all living ordinances, as 10 more move to Phase 2
* Improve Your Gospel Study with the Scripture Citation Index
* Elder Holland Compares Pornography to COVID-19 in Address to Utah Coalition Against Pornography
* Women of Covenant: The Lord Loves and Expects Effort
* Wildfire Destroying or Damaging Dozens of Latter-day Saint Homes in Oregon
* How Latter-day Saints provide clothing for people in need
* 2 days after postponing Army trip, BYU adds Louisiana Tech on general conference weekend
9/13-9/14
* Watch: Elder and Sister Rasband speak to young adults in Face to Face on bicentennial proclamation
* Wildfire destroying or damaging dozens of Latter-day Saint homes in Oregon
* Church Provides Guidelines for Safely Increasing Activity During COVID-19
* Women of Covenant: Teaching and Speaking with Power and Authority from God
* BYU President Offers 4 Hopes for Students during First Devotional after Restart of In-Person Classes
* The Children and Youth Program Came ‘Just at the Right Time’ for This Family in Switzerland
* Gerry Avant: Former POW, refugee says his faith never wavered
* Elder Holland compares pornography to COVID-19 in address to Utah Coalition Against Pornography
* Read about these recently called stake presidencies
* Tad Callister: Putting together the ‘gospel puzzle’
* Moses Lake Washington Temple groundbreaking announced
* Construction on Latter-day Saint temple in Pocatello moving forward, new president announced
* LDS Missionaries Create Memorial Garden for Local Woman
9/11-9/12
* Tabernacle Choir Marks 110 Years of Recording and Broadcast History
* Tabernacle Choir celebrates 110th anniversary of maiden recording, premiers Star Wars video
* 2021 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth and Adults
* Doctrine and Covenants ‘Come, Follow Me’ for 2021 now available online
* Women of Covenant: Blessed by Priesthood Power as a Single Woman
* Women of Covenant: The Power of the Temple Does Not Reside in the Building
* President Nelson’s family gathered virtually to celebrate his birthday and hear his hopes for them
* Jane Clayson Johnson: Responding to the mental health repercussions of a pandemic
* Bishop's Storehouse in Utah donates 50,000 pounds of non-perishable food to Las Cruces
* ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ unveils full cast in new trailer
9/10
* Prophet Turns 96, Expresses Gratitude for Birthday Wishes
* How the Scripture Citation Index can help improve your gospel study
* Latter-day Saint Women podcast offers unique insights into women’s roles around the world
* Boyd Matheson: President Nelson’s principled patterns for living — 96 years in the making
* Utahns pitch in on cleanup effort after ‘generational storm’ fells more than 1,000 Salt Lake trees
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is organizing their 14th High River Food Drive
9/9
* To follow the ‘rules’ of the gospel, focus on the principles, says BYU–Hawaii president
* Davao Philippines Temple Rendering Released
* BYU president offers 4 hopes for students during first devotional after restart of in-person classes
* Christine Ivory: The importance of motherhood
* BYU claims lopsided win in anticipated matchup between Latter-day Saint coaches
* s BYU that good, or was unprepared Navy that bad? Cougars’ 55-3 demolition of Mids draws debate
* ‘An incredible workforce’: LDS Church members volunteer to clean up hurricane damage in south Louisiana
9/8
* Video: President Nelson turns 96 this week. Here’s a glimpse of his fast-paced ministry, historic leadership
* Groundbreaking Held for Orem Utah Temple
* Helping Hands Work Over Holiday Weekend to Provide Relief in Louisiana
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* First Presidency Emphasizes Faith Amid Fear, Isolation and Sorrow of COVID-19
* Three Women Called as New Young Women General Board Members
* President Cordon Encourages Educators to Focus on Christ, Engender Belonging
* Gerry Avant: By finding gospel, Korea’s first general authority ‘scored a touchdown’
* Birmingham Alabama Temple president dies of COVID-19
* Ground broken for the San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple — the country’s second
* Elder Uchtdorf explains how to #HearHim by focusing on the Savior’s love
* Learn about these new stake presidents from around the world
* ‘It’s in our culture’: Navy’s Ken Niumatalolo, BYU’s Kalani Sitake draw on love when it comes to coaching young men
* BYU Shines On National Stage In 55-3 Rout Of Navy Midshipmen
9/4-9/5
* First Presidency: Amid fear, isolation and sorrow of COVID-19 — the answer to conflict is faith
* COVID-19 Amplified the Need for Apostles to Communicate the Power of the Lord’s Word
* Saving Sight in Malawi
* Watch: Elder Holland says ‘we have every reason to hope’ amid COVID-19, other trials
* Timeline: How the Church has responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic
* Churches call for a day of fasting and prayers
* Church Donation Helps Two Arlington Nonprofits Feed Residents During Coronavirus Pandemic
* As BYU and Navy prepare to battle, their college football neighbors are stuck on the sidelines
9/3
* LDS Business College Is Now Ensign College
* Hurricane Laura: Helping Hands volunteers assist in storm’s aftermath
* Winnipeg Manitoba Temple open house, dedication dates postponed due to pandemic concerns
* Why football fans may be surprised to discover many connections between BYU and Navy
* Kind-hearted churchgoer has chopped off her long locks for charity – for the eighth time!
* See photos of progress made on the Salt Lake Temple renovation in August
* Called home: The unmistakable inspiration of Keoni Kauwe's calling as president of BYU–Hawaii
9/2
* RootsTech Goes Virtual in 2021
* Postponed: Winnipeg Manitoba Temple Open House and Dedication Dates Announced
* Liz Darger: We can teach and speak with power and authority from God
* Today LDS Business College becomes Ensign College — Why it’s about more than just the name change
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned from a child in Manaus about temples, faith and sacrifice
* 3 lessons taught by Samuel the Lamanite thousands of years ago that still matter to us today
* Countdown to conference: 'Ponder the New Proclamation' with this free daily study guide
* BYU football lands highly recruited twin brothers, linemen Elia Migao and Enoka Migao from Southern California
* Against Navy, BYU defenders will need big-time discipline, says school’s all-time tackler
9/1
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, August 31, 2020
* Hurricane Laura: Relief Efforts Underway, 5 Members’ Homes in Lake Charles Destroyed
* Meet Sophia Phelps: Elite Motocross Racer and Seminary Council Member
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned from a child in Manaus about temples, faith and sacrifice
* Manti temple, 11 other Latter-day Saint temples to enter phase 2 of reopening
* Scientists discover food insecurity leads to depression among Saffas
* Women and temple work from ancient Israel until now
8/30-8/31
* Update on Three U.S. Temples
* Latter-day Saint Charities Sends Humanitarian Aid to Lebanon
* Latter-day Saints in Mexico Join Forces to Help More Than 142,000 Fellow Mexicans in Vulnerable Situations
* 5 Ways to Watch or Listen to October 2020 General Conference Live
* Looking at the year President Nelson was born vs. the year he became prophet
* These new stake presidencies were recently called to serve
* How BYU-Pathway Worldwide is becoming one of the most valuable education opportunities for returned missionaries
* Elder Rasband: Communicating the ‘power of the word’ amid COVID-19
* Hurricane Laura update: Relief efforts underway, 5 members’ homes in Lake Charles destroyed
* Latter-day Saint Charities donates $2 million for Lebanon relief after Beirut blast
* Syracuse Utah Temple location announced
* Latter-day Saint Charities has donated nearly $2 million to help after Port of Beirut blast
8/28-8/29
* Hurricane Laura: Members, missionaries near Texas-Louisiana border safe after early assessments
* Latter-day Saints in Mexico Join Forces to Help More Than 142,000 Fellow Mexicans in Vulnerable Situations
* ‘A Great Work’ Focus of 2021 Youth Theme
* Why this family in Switzerland believes the Children and Youth program came ‘just at the right time’
* Church announces youth theme for 2021
* Elder Rasband: Communicating the ‘power of the word’ amid COVID-19
* This BYU grad is making religious art more inclusive for people of color
* Pocatello Institute offering in-person, online options for religious courses
8/27
* Mask-Making Relief Society Sisters in Colombia Deliver Protection and Hope
* President Bingham Celebrates Women’s Equality Day
* Vacaville Fires: Latter-day Saints Now in the Clear; 5 Lost Homes
* Missionaries at Mexico City visitors’ center thriving despite COVID-19 disruptions
* Sheri Dew: How losing my mother taught me that grieving is a kind of enhanced gratitude
* For Bronco Mendenhall, the impact of leaving BYU for Virginia transcends football
* BYU continues its strategic plan — including enrollment increase of 3,000 — regardless of COVID-19
* 142 years ago, the first Primary meeting was held. Here’s some of what’s changed since then
* I'm loving the LDS Church's new online temple prayer roll system
8/26
* First Presidency announces new online system to submit names to temple prayer rolls
* First Presidency Announces New Online System for Temple Prayer Rolls
* Sister Cordon Issues Second Young Women 150 Challenge: Share the Impact of Your Leaders
* Vicki Jackman: The Lord loves and expects effort
* California fire update: Vacaville Saints in the clear, 5 lost homes
* How service missionaries are continuing to serve despite the challenges of COVID-19
* COVID-19 isn’t dimming our hope, it’s just obscuring our vision
* Mormon cover art sparks row for Catholic publisher
* Local missionaries volunteer at new Family Resource Center location
8/25
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* Apostle Encourages Educators to Build Faith in Jesus Christ and Be Not Weary in Well Doing
* Efforts at BYU should be driven by ‘a laser-like focus’ to help build faith, said Elder Cook
* Virtual Interfaith Discussion Provides Caribbean Youth with Guidance on How to Strengthen Faith During Pandemic
* BYU continues its strategic plan — including enrollment increase of 3,000 — regardless of COVID-19
* HopeWorks receives donation of 100 beds to help homelessness
* Sisters of Latter-day Saints volunteering this summer in Crookston
* Eagle Scout gives Wintersville gazebo a fresh look
8/23-8/24
* From Washington, D.C., to Johannesburg, a Look at Latter-day Saint Worship During COVID-19
* The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square Cancels 2020 Christmas Concert and Auditions
* Relief Society in Action, August 20, 2020
* Flood Victims in Yemen Receive Help from Latter-day Saint Charities
* Reinstituting Institute and Seminary
* Latter-day Saints Offer Hope, Volunteer Muscle After ‘Derecho’ Storm Battered Midwest
* How One Tractor-Driving Service Missionary Learned the Lord Was Aware of Him
* Missionary Database, Pioneer Database to Consolidate Into Single Platform
* Holly Richardson: How I came to know the power of the temple does not reside in the building
* This week on social: How Elder Uchtdorf achieved his dream of becoming a pilot
* Evacuations and early releases during COVID-19: Excerpts from Church project documenting missionary experiences
* Missionaries strive to spread faith without hugs, handshakes
8/21-8/22
* Women of Covenant: Are We Prepared to Receive What the Lord Offers Us?
* Flood Victims in Yemen Receive Help from Latter-day Saint Charities
* Ensign College to transition to remote classes after Thanksgiving
* Why the United Kingdom will always be Elder Holland’s ‘spiritual home’
* ‘The Book of Mormon,’ a cutting-edge musical, now suffers from self-inflicted wounds
* 'We didn't think we'd ever see them again': After 15 years, missionaries and mission presidents reconnect in miraculous Zoom reunion
* The second season of ‘The Chosen’ will be filmed at the Church’s ancient Jerusalem set replica
8/20
* Wildfire Forces Vacaville Members From Their Homes as Blazes Burn Across California
* Latter-day Saint Women Impacted U.S. Suffrage Movement, 19th Amendment
* Meet Sophia Phelps: Elite motocross racer and seminary council member
* Two teens spend time volunteering during their stay in Wausau
* The Killers’ Brandon Flowers Talks New Album ‘Imploding The Mirage’ And His Quest For Eternity
* Church opens Logan Temple for living ordinances
* Donated beds will benefit formerly homeless
8/19
* Missionary Database, Pioneer Database to consolidate into single platform
* Kathryn Reynolds: Blessed by priesthood power as a single woman
* Church announces consolidation of Utah cannery operations in Murray and Harrisville
* Latter-day Saint leaders withdraw rezoning request for proposed Tooele Valley Temple community
* Church congregation create knitted items for premature babies at maternity units
* Trio of friends walking 2,000 miles to promote peace stop in Utah to hand out food
* Teen confesses to stabbing 2 missionaries inside apartment in northwest Harris County, deputies say
8/18
* Pandemic Recalibrated Missionary Work to Reach More People Through Technology, Elder Uchtdorf Says
* Church Consolidates Cannery Operations in US
* Express Faith in Jesus Christ Through Art; Enter Church History Museum’s 12th International Art Competition
* Latest temple updates: Phase 2 reopenings slated for Utah, Idaho, Canada, Africa and South Pacific; 8 for Phase 1 in Latin America
* Latter-day Saint global pandemic relief still expanding, President Nelson says
* Did you know the Tabernacle Choir has an app? Here’s what you can now find on it
* Donation from Latter-day Saints church supports food bank
8/16-8/17
* Two sister missionaries recovering in Houston hospital following stabbings in apartment break-in
* First Presidency announces changes to Church magazines — Ensign title retired, New Era renamed
* Brazilian Saints Sew and Donate More Than 3 Million Face Masks
* Renderings Released for New Pacific Temples
* How to Engage Children in the Work of Salvation
* President Nelson thanks those who have contributed to ‘largest humanitarian project of the Church’
* Groundbreaking for Red Cliffs Utah Temple in St. George set for November
* Food Bank receives donation from LDS Church
* Possible referendum could delay or alter plan for Tooele Valley Temple, adjacent residential community
* Learn about these recently called stake presidencies
8/14-8/15
* Groundbreakings Announced for Two Utah Temples
* Taylorsville Utah Temple, Red Cliffs Utah Temple groundbreakings announced
* Meet the new Young Women general board members
* Meet the new Relief Society general board members
* Update: Salta Argentina Temple groundbreaking postponed
* Elder Uchtdorf in virtual missionary devotional: A look at pandemic’s impact, using technology and making disciples
* Why Latter-day Saints and a Jewish congregation joined forces in a major landscaping project
* From The Heart to host school supply giveaway
8/13
* Happy 88th birthday to President Oaks
* Groundbreaking Date Reset for Salta Argentina Temple
* Fallen Latter-day Saint soldier remembered for his loyalty, humor
* Family-friendly workplaces facilitate engaged fathering, BYU research reveals
* FOX 13 Investigates: LDS Church urges leaders to not participate in ‘any type of court case’
* Mormon Church Starts To Develop Carlson Ave Woods In Newton
* 20 tons of food donated to local nonprofits
8/12
* Primary general presidency: How to engage children in the work of salvation
* FamilySearch Provides 190 Years of Digitized Parish Records to Pandacan Church
* Teaching Principles Is More Important than Teaching Rules
* Memnet Lopez: Choosing to trust and wait on the Lord
* BYU’s Vocal Point video features ‘choir’ of 800+ from more than 50 countries
* Why you should participate in the 12th International Art Competition — even if you’re not a professional artist
8/11
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* Latest temple updates: Reopenings include 17 temples — 10 in Utah — resuming the performance of all living ordinances
* Women’s in-class participation, performance increase with more female peers, instructors
* Venue change for Face to Face with Elder and Sister Rasband
* College football 2020: Here’s what each conference has decided ... so far
* BYU Education Week to be held online in October
* These 2 free video games centered on the Book of Mormon might be just the thing for your ‘Come, Follow Me’ studies
* Vice President Mike Pence coming to Mesa to court Latter-day Saints voters
8/9-8/10
* Elder Andersen turns 69 today — here are 15 facts about his life
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How ordinary people accomplish extraordinary things
* Some missionaries reach their international assignments as pandemic travel restrictions ease
* How an interview I did 47 years ago still serves as ‘living history’
* A complete list of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* Salt Lake City program aims to reconnect residents cut off from internet, computers by pandemic
* Samoan LDS Missionaries Happy To Finally Return Home
* Question when covering Latter-day Saints: Do we have a Mother in heaven as well as a Father?
8/7-8/8
* Church Announces Groundbreaking Date for Brasília Brazil Temple
* 15 fun facts about Elder Gary E. Stevenson on his 65th birthday
* Watch: What ancient and present-day temples mean to scholars of other faiths and Latter-day Saints
* ‘You reap what you sow’: The spiritual side of farming
* Latter-day Saint coaches will be on opposing sidelines at upcoming BYU-Navy gridiron matchup
* BYU replaces Notre Dame on Navy’s 2020 football schedule
* BYU hunted down USC hopeful Danika Bowman-Serassio
8/6
* President Nelson says ‘silver linings’ can be found amid COVID-19 struggles
* Church Leaders Offer Condolences After Beirut, Lebanon Explosion
* Latter-day Saints safe following explosion in Beirut; area presidency issues statement
* Groundbreaking Date Announced for the San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple
* Mission Reassignment Proves to Be a Life-Changing Experience for Missionary in New Zealand
* Hurricane Isaias update: Latter-day Saints on East Coast endure high winds, rain, power outages
* ‘The work continues,’ says President Ballard, other members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles amid COVID-19
* How one tractor-driving service missionary learned the Lord was aware of him
* Student sues BYU, saying move to online classes offered ‘subpar’ education
* Latter-Day-Saints temple nears completion
* Blackstone buying Ancestry.com for $4.7 billion
8/5
* Latest temple updates: With no new reopenings announced, a look at temple statuses worldwide after 12 weeks
* COVID-19 in Latin America: How Saints are sustaining each other amid pain, loss
* Missionaries Safe as Hurricane Isaias Prompts Ugly Reminders of Past Carolina Storms
* Diaries of Suffragist Emmeline B. Wells Published Online
* Watch: ‘Emmeline B. Wells and the Road to Suffrage’ special presentation
* Steve Young Went to BYU and Was Related to Brigham Young, the School's Namesake
* Hurricane Isaias prompts ugly reminders of past Carolina storms; missionaries safe
* Amy Wright: Are we prepared to receive what the Lord offers us?
* BYUH ohana bids farewell to Tanners and welcomes 11th university president
* Free produce distributed by Mormon Church
* October 2020 general conference: Here’s what we know
8/4
* How We Can Access the Power of the Temple during COVID-19
* Elder Renlund explains how to access the power of the temple — whether it’s open or not
* Tad R. Callister: Principles versus rules
* Gerry Avant: Elder J. Richard Clarke’s experience with ‘disruption and delay’ of missionary service
* Shots fired at Provo MTC security booth Monday morning
* Emmeline B. Wells’ diaries give insight to women’s suffrage movement
* Provo Police looking to identify suspect in criminal mischief/trespassing at Latter-day Saint temple
* Latter-day Saint Missionary Work Presses On, Online
8/2-8/3
* Significant Updates Made to Five Chapters of the General Handbook
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, July 31, 2020
* Winnipeg Temple Marks Construction Milestone
* Wilford Brimley, Star of The Thing and Cocoon, Dies at Age 85
* This week on social: ‘How am I to grow in this unusual time?’
* 3 Latter-day Saint women receive prestigious Gates Cambridge scholarship
* Meet Catherine Eslinger: Mormon Women for Ethical Government Leader, Former Teacher at BYU Now Running for Utah Legislature
* Tooele Valley residents welcoming temple, not development planned around it
* Where Is Elizabeth Smart Today?
* The Reason Why Elizabeth Smart's Parents Divorced After 30 Years of Marriage
7/31-8/1
* Why do temples have the angel Moroni on top? Here’s look at the history of the iconic statues
* Church Members Now Have Free Access to Filae, a French Records Site
* Sandy police searching for man after church burglarized
* Do we have a Mother in Heaven as well as a Father?
* 'We love being different': Missionaries say their unique qualities help them in their efforts to spread gospel message
* A brief visit to the Vernal Utah Temple
7/30
* What’s inside the Salt Lake Temple time capsule?
* 3 lessons President Cordon learned from her ancestor’s coin in the Salt Lake Temple time capsule
* Latter-day Saint Youth Share Testimonies and Talent in Global Youth Music Festival 2020
* Youth Music Festival a spiritual ‘recharge’ for youth worldwide amid COVID-19
* Finding Healing After the Death of a Child
* Analysis: Do religious voters like Trump or Biden best?
7/29
* Drive-by celebrations and online Church gatherings are ways members in Laie are dealing with the coronavirus
* Elder Soares Invites Youth Worldwide to Participate in Youth Music Festival
* Experiences, Talents Prepared Brother Wilcox to Serve in Young Men General Presidency
* Elder Clayton Urges Graduates to Find Their Own 'Promised Land,' Despite Current Uncertainties
* Add Content From the Church History Catalog to FamilySearch With This New Feature
* Charleston stake helps feed local families by partnering with public agencies
* Why Latter-day Saint basketball player Kyle Collinsworth wants to help 100,000 people get healthy during COVID-19
* Charlie Bird on his new book and being BYU’s Cosmo and a gay Latter-day Saint
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints delivers food in Crestview
7/28
* Video: President Nelson talks about the ‘painful’ decision to close temples amid COVID-19
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* Perpetual Education Fund loan payments deferred to November 2020 amid COVID-19
* Church members now have free access to Filae, a French records site
* Latest temple updates: As 12 temples now perform all living ordinances, 2 more announced for Phase 1 reopening
* Pioneer-era uniforms are ‘a very rare find,’ offering glimpse into story of Erastus Snow, George Woodward
* New President to Serve Area Latter-day Saint Mission
7/27
* 10 Latter-day Saint Pioneers Whose Influence Spans the Decades and the Globe
* 'Saints by the Sea' FamilySearch Campaign Offers New Information About Immigrant Pioneers
* Scott Taylor: How an impromptu BYU Jerusalem Center organ performance softened visiting reporters
* It’s time to talk about race and ‘The Book of Mormon’ musical
7/25-7/26
* ‘Experiences, talents’ have prepared Brother Wilcox to serve in Young Men general presidency
* Perpetual Education Fund Loan Payments Paused During COVID-19
* Learn about resources to support parents with the Children and Youth program
* 10 Latter-day Saint pioneers whose influence spans the decades and the globe
* Elder Clayton urges BYU-Idaho graduates to find their own ‘promised land,’ despite current uncertainties
* The remarkable reaction of other religious groups to this new Latter-day Saint temple in California
* We asked, you answered: 20+ hilariously sweet and funny things kids prayed for
* BYU football: Cougars receive a commitment from Jovesa Damuni
7/24
* Latter-day Saint Leaders Honor Pioneers of Past and Present
* ‘Gospel Voice’ Brings Church Content to Amazon and Google Smart Speakers
* Women of Covenant: Recognizing Priesthood Truths Hidden in Plain Sight
* COVID-19 Pandemic Delays Seasons 4, 5 Filming for Book of Mormon Videos Series
* How BYU’s committee on race, equity and belonging is connecting with the campus community
* New ‘Gospel Voice’ feature brings Church music, scriptures, talks to Amazon, Google smart speakers
* Elder Soares’ message to international and modern-day pioneers: Thank you for ‘paving the way’
* Video: Why President Ballard, President Jones, Elder Soares want to honor pioneers past and present
* Building Utah: 99 pre-WW II photos show Utah under construction
* About 10 tons of food donated to Food Bank of West Central Texas
* Salvation Army partners with Latter-Day Saint charities to distribute food boxes
7/23
* Embracing the Gospel, Moving Past Social Tensions Elevated Life of Brother Corbitt
* Rare Book of Mormon Collection Donated to BYU Shows Global Reach of Sacred Text
* What this Relief Society board member is learning about priesthood truths hidden in plain sight
* Add content from the Church History Catalog to FamilySearch with this new feature
* The Only Letter Brigham Young Wrote During the Final Trek of the Vanguard Company in 1847
* This 6-year-old went viral for saving his sister from a charging dog. Here's the invitation his Latter-day Saint family extends to the world
* Volunteers provide free yard work
* Pioneer Day 2020 firework restrictions
7/21-7/22
* A Message from the First Presidency on Changes to the Temple Endowment
* First Presidency announces changes to temple endowment ceremony, citing ‘a desire to enhance the temple learning experience’
* First Presidency Announces Limited Reopening of Temples
* How President Ballard learned to #HearHim as a young missionary
* Latest temple updates: See which 12 temples are moving into Phase 2 reopening for all living ordinances
* ‘Saints by the Sea’ FamilySearch campaign offers new information about immigrant pioneers
* A complete list of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* See photos and watch a time-lapse video of recent Salt Lake Temple renovation progress
* Why I consider my virtual MTC experience a blessing
* Coronavirus updates: Utah reports 409 new cases; Utah Medical Association pushes universal mask wearing
7/18-7/20
* President Ballard Emphasizes the Need for Quiet Moments to #HearHim
* Tabernacle Choir Celebrates 90 Years of Broadcasting with Special Concert
* ‘Saints by the Sea’ FamilySearch campaign offers new information about immigrant pioneers
* Amid COVID-19 restrictions, ground is broken for the 8th temple in California
* Celebrate Pioneer Day 2020 by visiting these Utah historic sites
* Was Jesus white and should sacred art that depicts Him in that manner be scrapped?
* Latter-day Saint family rescues 50-pound American flag from a Utah canyon
7/16-7-17
* Video: Sheri Dew narrates ‘A History of Serving’ embraced by Latter-day Saint women
* How Covenant Women Are Participating in the Work of the Lord
* New Resources to Support Parents with the Children and Youth Program
* COVID-19 pandemic delays seasons 4, 5 filming for Book of Mormon Videos series
* How embracing the gospel and moving past social tensions elevated the life of this new general leader
* Rare Book of Mormon collection donated to BYU shows global reach of sacred text
* President Jones on lessons from pioneer women and children: ‘We can do hard things’
* Religiously diverse communities continue onward with Scouting traditions
* For the first time, Church of Jesus Christ is publishing a collection of Eliza R. Snow’s sermons
* Life's Joys Are Boundless, Says New Young Men General President
* BYU's Museum of Art Reaches Art Lovers Worldwide with New App and Virtual Tours
* 150 Years of Young Women Weaving a Tapestry of Identity, Purpose and Belonging
* Women of Covenant: Priesthood — A Spiritual Treasure to Unwrap and Study
* Despite Local Church Leaders' Pleas, Some Latter-day Saints Refuse To Wear Masks
* 'Following his example': Missionaries serve by working on Maah Daah Hey trail
* Wyden helps load food boxes for needy in Tigard
* Trump unpopular among BYU-educated Millennials, Latter-day Saints
* Over 2 000 Diepsloot families received food from Shumbashaba
7/15
* Let Education Be the Guide to Life’s Adventures, Apostle Says
* Elder Uchtdorf issues ‘a call for heroes’ — referencing Star Wars, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings — in this BYU-Pathway devotional
* Mask-making Relief Society sisters in Colombian city deliver protection, hope
* First Presidency approves official name of Washington County temple as Red Cliffs Utah Temple
* How covenant women are participating in the work of the Lord
* The Food Group receives 20 tons of food from LDS Church
* History and memory: BYU community grapples with names and monuments
* Days of '47: On the move
* Former mayor passes in Portland
7/14
* California Community Welcomes Construction of Temple
* Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic Have Enhanced Sabbath Day Observance
* Latest temple updates: Phase 1 reopenings at 122, including London, Oakland, Fiji and four in Brazil
* Which Latter-day Saint temples have reopened?
* Church food donation to benefit Wagoner County residents
7/13
* Elder Faust’s experience with ‘meetingless’ Sabbaths
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How Relief Society is a ‘great circle of sisters’
* Utah Area presidency urges Latter-day Saints in the state to wear masks in public
* Salvation Army Council Bluffs Corps Community Center
* Missionaries offering free outdoor services to local community members during COVID-19 pandemic
* Native American professor joins BYU committee examining race, inequality
* Elder Holland: How to improve even when we’ve failed before
* Why the founder of Lovesac gives credit for his success to his time as a Latter-day Saint missionary
7/11-7/12
* Missionaries in Sidney photograph thousands of cemetery headstones
* 3 Ways the Family History Library Is Bringing Resources to Your Home
* 102-year-old Latter-day Saint Retired Obstetrician Reflects on Being Bomber Pilot in WWII
* Women of Covenant: Obtaining All the Spiritual Blessings of the Church
* Lessons COVID-19 taught an Olympian, a General Authority, a Young Lawyer and a Businessman
* Utah Area Presidency urges Latter-day Saints in the state to wear masks in public
* This week on social: How to ‘stay the course’ in these uncertain times
* Youth worldwide invited to participate in Youth Music Festival
* Missionaries in Sidney photograph thousands of cemetery headstones
7/10
* Don’t Mask Your Heart By Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf
* Church Member Receives French Polynesian Government's Highest Award
* Church-donated food distributed by Spanish-language wards helps feed Latino families in Virginia
* How military relations missionaries are caring for Latter-day Saints in uniform
* President Ballard encourages Saints to ‘remember the pioneer stories’
* Why the Supreme Court cited the Doctrine and Covenants in this week’s key religious liberty decision
* ‘It was a fight’: What’s helping this former TV host recover from COVID-19
* First six months of Salt Lake Temple renovation reveal the project’s enormity
* ‘The Other Side of Heaven 2’ is heading back to Megaplex Theatres (which, yes, is open right now)
7/9
* Sister Betty Jo Jepsen, former counselor in the Primary general presidency, dies at age 79
* How Music Moves Families Toward Greater Spirituality
* From ‘Playing’ the Couch to the Tabernacle Organ, Andrew Unsworth Is Living His Dream
* BYU’s MOA reaching art lovers worldwide with new app and virtual tours
* Elder L. Whitney Clayton to speak in online spring semester commencement ceremony
* Catholic Charities & The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Partner to Fulfill Corporate Works of Mercy
7/8
* Elder Soares: How Sabbath observance during COVID-19 will prepare the Church for other challenges, pandemics
* Several Church Historic Sites Have New Names. Here’s Why
* ‘Luz de Las Naciones’ to be held online in November and December
* Sister Eubank on women and priesthood — A spiritual treasure to unwrap and study
* “Knock the door down”
* Libraries present Genealogy Instruction Online
* Learn about the unique history of the Auckland New Zealand Temple site
* Follow President Nelson's invitation to 'Hear Him' by getting inspired with this new study guide
* The Church’s homepage has a sleek new navigation menu
7/7
* 150 years of Young Women weaving a tapestry of identity, purpose and belonging
* How Brazil Became a 'Pioneer' for FamilySearch Live Social Media Events
* How This Photographer From Bulgaria Is Sharing Light Through a New Series Depicting Christ
* Latest temple updates: Phase 1 reopenings at 115, including in Los Angeles, Seattle, Canada and Brazil
* ‘One of the best overall years in BYU athletics history’ was cut short by pandemic, AD Tom Holmoe says
* What's in the basement? Temple tools
* How modern-day Filipino pioneers helped establish the Church in their country
* President Oaks speaks on the challenges in missionary work today
7/5-7/6
* This 102-year-old was a bomber pilot in WWII and an obstetrician. Here’s his story
* This week on social: What does it really mean to ‘always’ remember Christ?
* “Dixie,” On the Way Out in St. George?
* CapFed Best News: LDS missionaries find new blessings amid changing plans
* Elder David Bednar Says We Must Protect The Free Exercise Of Religion
* How an 1857 Fourth of July “Mormon” Clambake Ended Up in the New York Times
7/3-7/4
* Why the new Young Men general president believes life’s joys are boundless
* How a Germany-to-California-to-Utah Conversion Story Epitomizes the Power of Missionaries on the Internet
* BRIGHT SPOT: WEST ALABAMA FOOD BANK GETS BIG DONATION
* President Oaks at Mission Leadership Seminar: ‘Sacrifices suitable to our own circumstances’
* Elder Christofferson at Mission Leadership Seminar: The Spirit beareth record
* President Ballard at Mission Leadership Seminar: Why preaching the gospel is the ‘most important duty’
7/1-7/2
* Latter-day Saints Expand COVID-19 Humanitarian Efforts
* The Tabernacle Choir Commemorates 90 Years of Broadcasting
* During Pandemic, Latter-day Saint Caribbean Youth Attend First-ever Virtual FSY Conference
* Women of Covenant: Drawing on the Savior’s Power
* President Ballard at the Mission Leadership Seminar: Why preaching the gospel is the ‘most important duty’
* Elder L. Aldin Porter, emeritus General Authority, dies at age 88
* Sister Craven on women and priesthood — All the spiritual blessings of the Church
* BYU Vocal Point pays tribute in CNN performance to COVID-19 victims
* President Eyring at Mission Leadership Seminar: Never alone in the Lord’s work
* How a virtual FSY in the Caribbean planned 1 year ago strengthened 3,000 youth during the pandemic
6/30
* President Nelson Tells New Mission Leaders They Can Receive Divine Tutoring Like the Prophet Joseph Smith
* Virtual Mission Leadership Seminar Trains 135 Couples in 17 Countries
* View Discouragement during COVID-19 through the Lens of Faith, Elder Stevenson Says
* Virtual Mission Leadership Seminar reaches 135 couples of new mission leaders in 17 countries worldwide
* Elder Cook at Mission Leadership Seminar: The work of ‘building up’ the Church
* Elder Uchtdorf at Mission Leadership Seminar: Assuring new mission leaders ‘you are not alone’
* Elder Andersen at Mission Leadership Seminar: Unity and reassurance for life-changing assignments
* Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf at Mission Leadership Seminar: ‘Making disciples’ and the wise use of technology
* Latest temple updates: Phase 1 reopenings surpass 100, including temples in California, South America
* Latter-day Saint artists explore the power of art in uncertain times
* After his fantastic finish, Daniel Summerhays puts retirement on hold — for a week, anyway
* New angel atop Bismarck temple of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
6/29
* President Nelson at Mission Leadership Seminar: How to receive divine tutoring like the Prophet Joseph Smith
* Elder Gong Shares How Service Helps Us Feel God’s Love in #HearHim Video Series
* Church Members in Hastings New Zealand Index 956,000 Genealogical Records During Pandemic Lockdown
* Gerry Avant: For 1 soldier, Vietnam was ‘land of opportunity’
* Elder Holland at Mission Leadership Seminar: The Savior summarized His ministry in 1 principle — ‘love one another’
* Elder Gong at Mission Leadership Seminar: What it means to be ‘perfected in Christ’
* Why a Latter-day Saint golf pro is stepping from the links to focus on family, Church service
6/19-6/28
* How the COVID-19 pandemic became the Church’s largest-ever humanitarian response
* Relief Society in Action, June 25, 2020
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, June 26, 2020
* Changes Coming to ChurchofJesusChrist.org’s Navigation
* Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Released from Hospital
* ‘Saints’ Podcast Dives Into Church History, Impacts Tens of Thousands
* Church Donates $20k to Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
* Missionaries Reported Safe Following Massive Mexico Earthquake
* Elder Tad R. Callister: The Founding Fathers — Coincidence or providence?
* 5 years ago, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage. Here’s where faith groups now stand on LGBTQ rights
6/18
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Contributes $5,000 of food to the Food Bank of East Alabama
* ‘We believe in fathers’: Church leaders thank fathers and men everywhere
* COVID-19 Crisis—A Wake-Up Call for Religious Freedom
* Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Admitted to Hospital
* New Seventy Elder Villanueva Says Growth Comes by Leaving Safety Zone
* Family, fellow airmen grieving death of Latter-day Saint fighter pilot
* Watch this new video about a woman who felt the Lord’s love while fighting cancer
* Washington D.C. Temple open house, rededication postponed, Church of Jesus Christ announces
* From ‘playing’ the couch to the Tabernacle organ, Andrew Unsworth is living his dream
* Finding spiritual light in a lonely place
6/17
* The Tabernacle Choir Announces New Dates for 2021 Tour
* New Seventy Elder Schmeil Has Faith That the Lord Knows Best
* Church donates 41,695 pounds of food to local pantries in Massachusetts
* Emeritus General Authority Gordon T. Watts dies at 85
* Sister Craig on women and priesthood — What will you take with you?
* How this Bulgarian photographer is sharing light through new series depicting Christ
* Friends and church members remember Kage Allen as a leader who made hard times fun
* Jaren Hall, BYU’s first African American starting quarterback, proud to participate in Black Lives Matter video for football program
* Six teens charged in relation to death of 15-year-old Melbourne boy Solomone Taufeulungaki
6/16/b>
* Latest temple updates: 4 more temples added to limited-reopening list; 93 now in Phase 1
* Government and Church Leaders Discuss Strengthening Families and Society in French Polynesia
* 90 New Entries Added to Gospel Topics Study Resource in Spanish and Portuguese
* Several Church historic sites have new names. Here’s why
* Elder Bednar turns 68 today. Here’s how the Apostle spent his most recent year
* Here’s what the science says about the links between religion and health
6/15
* Embracing the Future of Missionary Work
* Church and Community Leaders Break Ground to Officially Commence Auckland Temple Construction
* Small-Scale Groundbreaking Held for Alabang Philippines Temple
* UVU student dies from COVID-19 amid spike in case numbers
* Watch this video about missionary travel, reassignments during the COVID-19 pandemic
* Scott Taylor: What I learned about Sunday worship during and after the COVID-19 restrictions
* A Missionary Miracle in Quarantine
* How a Book of Mormon passage helped 1 gay Latter-day Saint better understand his relationship with God
6/13-6/14
* Exceptions to Dress Standards Announced for Young Male Missionaries
* Women of Covenant: Blessings from Priesthood Covenants
* Elder Rasband Shares 9 Truths from the Bicentennial Proclamation
* BYUtv’s Michael Dunn is biking the equivalent of Mt. Everest on Saturday. Here’s why
6/12
* Reassigned Missionaries Travel to New Missions
* Missions in Europe are Working — and Succeeding — During the COVID-19 Pandemic
* New General Authority from Mexico says growth comes by leaving comfort zone
* What members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles say about the implications of COVID-19
* Tucson Arizona Temple prepares to evacuate as Bighorn Fire threatens
* BYU-Hawaii, LDS Business College make different plans for fall semester; BYU, BYU-Idaho weigh options
* Church donates 20 tons of food to Food Bank of Western Mass.
6/11
* How the Church and NAACP are modeling true partnership and racial harmony
* Tabernacle Choir to Launch Streamed Organ Recitals
* Panel Shares Tips for Making Teaching Relevant and ‘Astonishing’
* Elder Soares Shares 5 Principles of ‘Becoming’ and Helping Others to Become
* Tabernacle Choir Releases Playlist of Restoration Songs on Spotify and YouTube
* Want to Develop Great Faith? Seek Education and Envision Your Future, Young Men Leader Says
* How to make teaching relevant and ‘astonishing’ addressed in Seminaries and Institutes broadcast
* Glimpses of hope sustain Latter-day Saints in COVID-19 hotspots of Navajo Nation, NYC
* Sister LaRae Wood Woolsey, wife of emeritus General Authority, dies at 94
6/10
* Sister Harkness on women and priesthood — Blessings from priesthood covenants
* Women of Covenant: Power and Safety in Counsel
* Actively Seeking Christ’s Voice Can Change You, Say Elder and Sister Clayton
* ‘Saints’ podcast dives into Church history, impacts tens of thousands
* ‘Brief Theological Introductions’: How the Book of Mormon teaches community, faith, forgiveness and more
* Utahn charged in attack on Latter-day Saint missionary deemed competent for trial
* Human remains found at Idaho property of husband to mom of 2 missing kids
6/9
* President Nelson joins senior leaders of NAACP in calling for racial reform; ‘solutions will come as we open our hearts,’ they write in op-ed
* Video: President Nelson and the Reverend Amos Brown highlight need to move forward ‘Arm in Arm’
* 3 ways the Family History Library is bringing resources to your home
* How Brazil became a ‘pioneer’ for FamilySearch live social media events
* Latest temple updates: More than half of Church’s temples in limited reopening as 12 more to start Phase 1
* Olympic postponement, knee injury can’t deter BYU swimmer Josue Dominguez
* Missionaries photograph cemetery headstones in Jamestown
* Mitt Romney joins thousands of evangelicals marching against racial injustice in DC
6/7-6/8
* How Mormon Missionaries Are Proselytizing in the Wake of a Pandemic
* Music and the Spoken Word 90th Anniversary Celebration
* Groundbreaking Date Announced for Salta Argentina Temple
* This week on social: Prophet and apostles on racism, peace, prayer and proclamation
* An inside look at how Ty Detmer placed puzzle pieces, leaving Miami frustrated in defeat
* LDS Church donates to South Shore food banks
6/5-6/6
* October 2020 General Conference Will Be Virtual Only
* New Brazilian General Authority shares his faith that the Lord knows best
* 9 truths from the bicentennial proclamation, Elder Rasband teaches missionaries
* Pro soccer’s return can’t come soon enough for former BYU star Ashley Hatch
* How the Church of Jesus Christ has responded to the global coronavirus threat
* Winners of 2019 Whitney Awards announced
* Former BYU Offensive Lineman Mango Finau Enters Transfer Portal
6/4
* Primary: How music moves families toward greater spirituality
* Church News content now available on Church’s Newsroom site in addition to TheChurchNews.com
* Racism continues to surface in the Church and at BYU
* BYU-Idaho announces limited building use for Church functions
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints delivers over 40,000 pounds of food to East Texas Food Bank
* Church releases compelling video: “I say unto you, be one”
* Watch: Creative 21-second video by missionaries shares a powerful message
* The number of temples without an angel Moroni statue will soon double
6/3
* Deseret Industries Begins Phased Reopening
* Church Participates in Sheep Donation on Navajo Reservation
* How actively seeking Christ’s voice can change you, Elder and Sister Clayton discuss
* Brother Ahmad Corbitt on ‘learning by study and also by faith’
* BYU TV journalists, returned missionaries ‘All Americans’ in their field
* Latter-day Saint and Muslim youth in Maryland find commonality in the principle of fasting
* Sister Aburto on women and priesthood — There is safety in counsel
6/1-6/2
* President Nelson condemns racism, pleads for peace
* President Nelson: ‘Deeply saddened at recent evidences of racism and a blatant disregard for human life’
* Happy 87th birthday to President Henry B. Eyring — an artist, lover of sports and Apostle of Jesus Christ
* Church Participates in Sheep Donation on Navajo Reservation
* News of the Church Is Now Merged at Newsroom.ChurchofJesusChrist.org
* How COVID-19 pandemic restrictions reshaped a small-scale Layton temple groundbreaking
* Latest temple updates: 77 temples in limited reopening as 11 more temples start Phase 1 on June 8
* Sarah Jane Weaver: The surprising lesson I learned about race from an unexpected friend
5/30-5/31
* Joyful Congolese Saints Are Preparing for the Future Lubumbashi Temple
* General Authority Seventy, Elder Duane B. Gerrard, Dies at Age 82
* How Ty Detmer’s grandpa taught him to value and love winning
* Famous BYU Cosmo the Cougar to speak at virtual LGBTQ fireside hosted by Affirmation
* Layton Utah Temple: See the video and images from last week’s small groundbreaking ceremony
* Women played key roles in BYU’s founding history
* This week on social: 2 missionaries creatively produced Facebook ad about Christ’s peace, reached thousands
* Private collectors donate rare Book of Mormon collection to BYU
5/28-5/29
* President Russell M. Nelson and Sister Wendy W. Nelson Share a Message about the Sacrament
* LDSC Donates PPEs, Hygiene Supplies to Olongapo and Subic LGUs
* Tahitian Youth Groups Aim to do 150 Acts of Kindness
* Church, UPM, and ICP Observe Ramadan Through Iftar Sharing
* BYU–Hawaii Student Team Is Eradicating Poverty One Farmer at a Time
* How Youth Worldwide Are Gathering Virtually during the COVID-19 Pandemic
* Elder F. Enzio Busche, emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at 90
* Sister Shirley Porter, wife of emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at 93
* What missionaries in Europe are saying about serving during the COVID-19 pandemic
* West Africa’s first General Authority eager for others to realize their divine nature
* How youth worldwide are gathering virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic
* ‘Survive, strive and thrive’: How missions in Europe are working — and succeeding — during the COVID-19 pandemic
* Boyd Matheson: 1 year after historic Rome temple dedication, apostles exemplify ‘whatsoever place ye cannot go ye shall send’
* Sarah Jane Weaver: Celebrating a balloon launch, a promise and 150 years of Young Women
* Being imprisoned unjustly helped Cheng Hao Leung’s faith become stronger
* Mormon Church Sends Truck With 40,000 Pounds Of Food To Chelsea
5/27
* Young Women Organization Celebrates 150 Years in 2020
* “Young Women: Celebrating 150 Years” Face to Face with the Young Women General Presidency
* Latter-day Saints Serve the Navajo Nation in the Thick of the COVID-19 Fight
* Take a Look into Your Neighbor's Quarantine Life—You Might Be Surprised and Inspired
* General Authority Seventy, Elder Duane B. Gerrard, dies at 82
* What this BYU study found about addiction to video games
* What is the difference between a General Authority Seventy, Area Seventy and general officer?
* ‘Saints’ today: What would early pioneers say or do if facing the COVID-19 pandemic?
* Why some General Authorities are called to serve as mission presidents
5/26
* How stake and ward leaders may coordinate missionary, temple and family history work
* Latter-day Saints Serve the Navajo Nation in the Thick of the COVID-19 Fight
* Want to join the Tabernacle Choir? Here’s how
* LDSBC devotional: The impact of history’s unnamed heroes
* President Jones on women and priesthood — Do you feel diminished?
* A complete list of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* How Should Latter-day Saint Missionaries Be Counted In The Census?
* Utahn charged in attack on Latter-day Saint missionary released from jail in error
* 100-year-old Mormon chapel still stands in Chino Valley
* Called to serve in a pandemic: Ohio mission president couple sees online teaching miracles
5/24-5/25
* See What the New Temples in Guatemala and Japan Will Look Like
* Small-Scale Groundbreaking Held for Layton Utah Temple
* Studying Scriptures at Home Strengthens Individuals and Families During Pandemic
* Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, May 22, 2020
* New General Authority Elder Mutombo Is a Witness of Gospel’s Power to Change Hearts
* BYU-Idaho’s President and Sister Eyring Speak on Staying Family-focused and Journaling as a Tool of Faith
* How Live Social Media Events During COVID-19 Are Changing FamilySearch's Future
* From ‘that dreadful day’ to resuming in-person worship: How Latter-day Saints weathered the past 2.5 months
* Tabernacle Choir releases playlist of Restoration songs on Spotify and YouTube
* Even before the pandemic was declared, the global response was underway
* Vernal Utah Temple, 13 additional temples to begin limited reopening following coronavirus
5/22-5/23
* Meet the new General Authority from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
* BYU-Idaho refuses $18 million in federal aid
* Called to serve during a pandemic
* Music and the Spoken Word 90th Anniversary Celebration
5/21
* With easing of COVID-19 restrictions, personal revelation is essential, says Elder Renlund
* Beehive Clothing facilities worldwide will produce 200,000 gowns, 1.5 million masks in COVID-19 relief project
* Latter-day Saints Rejoice in Dubai Temple Announcement
* Personal Revelation Is Essential as COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Says Elder Renlund
* This 8-Year-Old Islander Only Lived a Short Time, But the Joy He Spread Is Immeasurable
* Women of Covenant: Finding Increased Power through Service
* Latter-day Saints on the Navajo Nation in the thick of the COVID-19 fight
* BYU, other Latter-day Saint colleges and universities turn down $54 million from CARES Act, start private aid for students
* David Archuleta’s new album is here. These 8 songs will prepare you for the album
5/20
* First Presidency Provides Guidelines for Safely Returning to Church Meetings and Activities
* First Presidency announces some meetings, activities to resume as world continues to respond to COVID-19
* 3 Key Aspects of the New Church Symbol, Its Purpose, and Use
* Masked Latter-day Saints Help Save Orange Crop at Redlands Grove during Pandemic
* BYU’s ROTC Mints New Officers Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
* President and Sister Eyring speak on staying family-focused and journaling as a tool of faith
* Get to know BYU–Hawaii’s new president — a native son of the islands
* President Cordon on ‘Women and Priesthood’ — Increased power through service
* First Presidency announces the creation of 4 additional quorums of Area Seventies
5/18-5/19
* Angel Moroni Statue and Capstone Removed from Salt Lake Temple
* Not Always Knowing Is Part of God’s Plan
* BYU Honors Beloved Latter-day Saint Songwriter with an Honorary Degree
* General Authority Seventy Elder Johnson Learned Compassion and Faith through Life’s Challenges
* Elder Peter M. Johnson Shares 3 Ways to Invite the Holy Ghost while Ministering to “the One”
* Accepting the Lord’s Will: Returned Missionaries Share Unexpected Blessings of COVID-19 Mission Changes
* Sister Joyce Taylor, widow of former General Authority, dies at 87
* Redesigned Gospel Media makes finding, downloading and sharing media easier
* Scott Taylor: What I know now about pandemic-period missionaries and ‘preconceived missions’
* Latest temple updates: A total of 52 temples in limited reopening as Church expands its phased efforts
* LDS Business College Declines Federal Aid, Assists Students In Need
* Tom Holmoe says BYU ‘will be ready’ when COVID-19 restrictions are eased, but provides no new details on status of football season
5/17
* Full-time missionary from Utah dies in car-bicycle accident in Georgia
* Mission president and companion recently called to serve in Democratic Republic of the Congo
* New General Authority Seventy Elder Jackson a Witness of the Transformative Power of the Gospel in the Developing World
* Church Service Missionaries and Employees Work on Family History During Pandemic
* We Need a Layered “Lasagna Testimony,” Elder Curtis Explains During LDSBC Devotional
* Maxwell Institute Series Helps Readers See the Book of Mormon through New Eyes
* Church News Video Shows How Mask Project in Mozambique Helps Traders in Dense Beira Markets
* God Helps Ordinary People Do Extraordinary Things, Says New General Authority Seventy Elder Jaggi
* Want a look into your neighbor’s quarantine life? You might be surprised and inspired
* What are the Saints’ hopes for Taysom Hill? Money does the talking
* Yelm Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Plays a Crucial Role With Food Bank
5/15-5/16
* Sister Bingham Shares How She Hears Christ in #HearHim Video Series
* LDS Media Library Is Now Gospel Media and Redesigned to Make Finding, Downloading, and Sharing Media Easier
* One Family's Story of Coping with Isolation Amid COVID-19 Restrictions in Spain
* This 8-year-old islander only lived a short time, but the joy he spread is immeasurable
* What this new General Authority learned about compassion and faith through life’s challenges
* Elder Christofferson to missionaries in home MTC: ‘The efforts of each individual matter’
* Accepting the Lord’s will: Returned missionaries share unexpected blessings of COVID-19 mission changes
* Elder Bednar shares United Arab Emirates’ call to fasting and prayer
* BYU basketball team lands commitment from Tanner Toolson
5/14
* Elder Andersen addresses ‘compensatory blessings’ amid COVID-19
* New Series Focuses on Women and Leaders Sharing What Priesthood Power Means to Them
* Women and Priesthood: The Importance of Seeking and Acting on Revelation
* Church Members Are Using the Gospel Living App to Stay Connected During COVID-19
* Your Individual Efforts Matter, Elder Christofferson Tells Missionaries in Home MTCs
* New Young Men General Presidency Answers 5 Questions
* Bishops and Branch Presidents Continue Essential Shepherding Duties Online During COVID-19
* New Temple Presidents and Matrons Called to Serve Beginning October 2020
* Elder Holland Shares Why Now Is the Time and Season for a New President at BYU-Hawaii
* A Look at the Church’s Rapid Temple Growth—As Measured Against President Nelson’s Life and Service
* BYU’s ROTC mints new officers amid COVID-19 pandemic
* How BYU Volleyball's Power Couple Is Fortifying One Another During COVID-19 Pandemic
* Kalani Sitake talks BYU football, coaching during a pandemic and his gospel-driven goals
5/13
* Church Names Native Hawaiian as New President of Brigham Young University–Hawaii
* President Bingham on ‘Women and Priesthood’ — The Lord is leading us gently along
* September 2020 Face to Face for Young Adults with Elder and Sister Rasband
* 4 Insights from Joseph Smith Papers, Documents Volume 10 May–August 1842
* Registered Nurse Earns Bachelor's Degree from BYU–Idaho at Age 82
* Elder Christofferson to missionaries in home MTC: ‘The efforts of each individual matter’
* Why we need a layered ‘lasagna testimony,’ Elder Curtis explains during LDSBC devotional
* Elder Johnson shares 3 ways to invite the Holy Ghost while ministering to ‘the one’
* How Church members are using the Gospel Living app to stay connected during COVID-19
* Neighbors rally to support family of two girls killed in flash flood
* Largest food distribution drive-thru ever seen in Colorado
5/11-5/12
* Art in Meetinghouse Foyers and Entryways to Reflect a Deeper Reverence for Jesus Christ
* First Presidency Encourages Reverent Art of the Savior in Meetinghouses
* Church Expands Its Phased Temple Reopening Efforts to 17 More Temples
* Number of temples reopening doubles as Church expands its phased reopening efforts
* September 2020 Face to Face for Young Adults with Elder and Sister Rasband
* ‘Masked’ Latter-day Saints get to picking at Redlands orange groves
* Video: Mask project in Mozambique helps traders in dense Beira markets
* COVID-19 not preventing bishops, branch presidents from essential shepherding duties
* The Supreme Court returns to a complicated question: Which religious workers count as ministers?
* University president’s wife, Susan Tanner, shares life lessons of love and healing
5/9-5/10
* Church Leaders Celebrate ‘Our Heavenly Parents’ Adult Daughters’ on Mother’s Day
* Church and Cambodian government leaders meet on Zoom to continue partnership on humanitarian activities
* Elder Tad R. Callister: Not always knowing is part of God’s plan
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates $10,000 to Community Hope Center
* Pulse on college football opening up: No students on campus, no ball
* Read about these new stake presidencies in Utah, California and Arizona
* Cache County man admits breaking into, damaging Logan temple
* Church Reiterates Travel Guidelines for Departing, Returning Missionaries and Their Families
* Missionary Travel Guidelines
* Global Fast Touches Many Lives
* Church Video Reminds Mothers “You Are Enough”
* How One Sister Missionary Softened Hearts by Coaching a High School Volleyball Team
* Latter-day Saints Join Other Faiths in Calling for Relief from Pandemic at National Day of Prayer
* Church Launches New “Walk with Christ” Email Series To Help Readers #HearHim
* This week on social: Home as ‘a sanctuary of faith’
* How live social media events during COVID-19 are changing FamilySearch’s future
* 3 key aspects of the new Church symbol, its purpose and use
* Cache County man admits breaking into, damaging Logan temple
* Temples To Reopen Slowly Over Four Phases
5/8
* Church of Jesus Christ Represented at National Day of Prayer
* As COVID-19 Restrictions Ease, Here's How the Church Is Reintegrating
* First Presidency Announces a “Phased Reopening of Temples”
* Watch Out for Singles’ Well-Being, Elder Christofferson Says as He Shares Ways to Survive Isolation of COVID-19
* A Blind Latter-day Saint Musician Approaches COVID-19 and Other Challenges with Optimism
* What this new General Authority Seventy learned about ministering in times of trial, loss
* Maxwell Institute series helps readers see the Book of Mormon through new eyes
* 5 questions with the new Young Men general presidency
* Church News video — ‘ProjectProtect: The 5 million mask miracle’
5/7
* 17 Latter-day Saint temples to open for sealings on Monday, others to open in four phases
* President Nelson Addresses Reintegration of Church Worship and Activities
* How Church Leaders Have Paid Tribute to Their Mothers, Wives, and All Women
* Charity Strengthens, Heals, Sister Susan W. Tanner Tells BYU–Hawaii Students
* At BYU–Hawaii devotional, Sister Tanner shares stories of the healing, purifying power of charity
* Church News video — ‘ProjectProtect: The 5 million mask miracle’
* Being single amid COVID-19: Elder Christofferson asks members to ‘consider what it means to belong’
* Not where, but how you serve: Returned missionaries share unexpected blessings of COVID-19 mission changes
* Studies show more people turning to prayer as National Day of Prayer approaches
5/6
* At BYU–Hawaii devotional, Sister Tanner shares stories of the healing, purifying power of charity
* Relief Society in Action, May 5, 2020
* Church Helps Repatriate Argentine Citizens During COVID-19 Pandemic
* See the Residential Community Planned Near Site of the Tooele Valley Utah Temple
* A tribute to mothers and women: Church leaders say thank you
* Women join in following the counsel of President Nelson to study the priesthood
* Church launches ‘Walk with Christ’ email series
* Taysom Hill describes how he seeks balance in faith, family, football in his life
* Hope Children’s Home Receives $10,000 Donation From Area Mormon Church
5/5
* Faith to Go and Courage to Come Home: Returned Missionaries Share Unexpected Blessings of COVID-19 Mission Changes
* See Clearly with God’s Truths, Commandments, and Covenants, Elder and Sister Gay Tell Young Adults Worldwide
* 4 insights from the latest Joseph Smith Papers volume
* New Joseph Smith Papers volume features ‘impostors,’ plural marriage and poetry
* Philippines Missionary Training Center Concludes First Batch of Virtual Training
* Plans for a Latter-day Saint temple in Shanghai may have hit an obstacle
* Tabernacle Choir to release movie-themed album with ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Avengers: Endgame’ music
* Can you sew a mask? ProjectProtect still needs 2,700 more volunteers by Tuesday
5/3-5/4
* How are you driving your life? Elder and Sister Gay ask young adults during worldwide devotional
* Watch the worldwide devotional with Elder and Sister Gay
* Project Protect Begins Distributing 5 Million Masks for COVID-19 Relief
* Want God to Save Your Life? Live by Covenant, Not Convenience
* She composed 3,000 songs and hymns beloved by Latter-day Saints. Now BYU honors songwriter with an honorary degree
* Gerry Avant: How the Lord called and qualified these General Authorities
* This week on social: ‘What does ministering look like now?’ asks Relief Society leader
* President Bingham and Sister Eubank on what ‘gathering Israel’ looks like during COVID-19
* Sarah Jane Weaver: What I learned about transmitting faith in times of crisis
* St. Joseph men learn from mission trips
* Local farmers to giveaway more than 2,000 bags of potatoes
* Hill Cumorah Pageant president ‘really pleased’ to have another season in 2021
* Teens help clean up tornado debris in Chatsworth
* YU football season ticket renewals holding steady, despite fears coronavirus pandemic could shorten or cancel 2020 season
5/1-5/2
* Church Cancels 2020 Treks and Pageants
* Missionary Reassignments Underway Following COVID-19 Disruption
* Church Donates Cash and Commodities to Support COVID-19 Relief Efforts
* Winnipeg Manitoba Temple Open House and Dedication Dates Announced
* Welsh Latter-day Saints partner with local organisations to provide essential supplies for thousands during COVID-19 crisis
* Watch this video of BYU Law School honoring its graduates with a fun parody
* New General Authority a witness to the transformative power of the gospel in the developing world
* Hill Cumorah to take on quieter role after pageant’s final run in 2021
* Church donates $5.5M to COVID-19 relief efforts across the United States
* These 2 temple presidents and matrons were recently called to serve
* Today is the April 30 deadline for missionaries. Many have already received reassignments
* Church properties for camps and conferences to close, treks and Church pageants canceled for 2020
* How BYU volleyball’s ‘power couple’ is fortifying one another during COVID-19 pandemic
* Church donates 80,000 pounds of food to Feeding Southwest Virginia
4/30
* Revelation guided ‘an interlocking pattern of strength’ that now sustains the Church during COVID-19, Elder Cook says
* Withstand Life’s Seismic Hits with Christ, Elder Renlund Teaches BYU–Idaho Students
* New Seventy Elder Matthew S. Holland Says “the Lord Qualifies Those Whom He Calls”
* Seminary and Institute Students Find Spiritual Strength, Refuge in Online Classes during Coronavirus Pandemic
* The “21 Day Family Connections Experiment”: Helping People Boost Their Moods and Build Connections
* Latter-Day Saints donates $40,000 PPEs to Lagos
* Free potatoes and onions for Tri-Cities families. Too many stuck in storage
* Called to serve in a pandemic: Missionary enrolls in BYU classes while waiting for reassignment
* A 3,000 hour journey of faith to find the meaning of life
4/29
* Days of '47 Pioneer Day parade, rodeo postponed due to coronavirus pandemic
* A complete list of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* Feather River California Temple Groundbreaking Set for July 2020
* Interior Renderings Released for Tooele Valley Utah Temple
* Washington D.C. Temple Open House
* Washington D.C. Temple Rededication
* Rexburg woman stitches together a successful quilting business
* Nevada Interrupted: Vegas LDS missionary made it home, but future uncertain for those still stuck abroad
* How These Latter-day Saints Found Healing Through Family Stories
4/28
* BYU Hosts Virtual Women’s Conference
* Modified BYU Women’s Conference: “Gather All Safely in Christ” Will Be Online
* The Tabernacle Choir Heritage Tour Rescheduled for Summer 2021
* Location Announced for Bentonville Arkansas Temple
* How COVID-19 Mask Efforts Are Transmitting Faith
* Joyful Congolese Saints are preparing for the future Lubumbashi temple
* How these Latter-day Saints found healing through family stories after suicide, abuse, other traumatic events
* Second Harvest in Pasco to receive 19-ton food donation from LDS church
* 68 missionaries leave luggage in Kiribati to help Fijian nationals return home
* Kresimir Cosic will be remembered for stardom, dedication, drive and faith
* Called to serve in a pandemic: ‘It’s nice to remember that I’m not alone’
4/26-4/27
* How Project Protect, other COVID-19 mask efforts are transmitting faith, Relief Society leaders report
* Read about these 4 new mission presidents and companions
* Peru Faith Leaders Pray Virtually
* Centenarian Church Member Survives COVID-19
* Look at the Church’s rapid temple growth — as measured against President Nelson’s life and service
* BYU Women’s Conference to move forward by gathering ‘All Safely in Christ’ online
* Second Harvest to receive 21-ton food donation from LDS Church on Tuesday
* Why Taysom Hill’s 2-year, reported $21 million extension with Saints ‘worked out perfect’
4/24-4/25
* The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square Unveils New Logo
* Bentonville Arkansas Temple Location Announced
* Pocatello temple construction unhampered by harsh winter weather
* Look Outward, Inward, and Upward, LDSBC President Counsels Students
* Youth camp in 2020 can be ‘one for the records,’ Young Women general presidency says
* Read about these 2 new temple presidents and matrons
* Elder Matthew S. Holland talks North Carolina, UVU, calling as new General Authority Seventy
* Inside Ken Jennings’ ‘Jeopardy! Greatest of All Time’ victory
* How prisoners, soldiers and LDS missionaries make the census more complicated
4/23
* Mormons donate 35,500 pounds of food to Manassas Catholic Charities warehouse
* Mormon church donates food to five local ministries
* Missionaries returning due to pandemic causing increased spring enrollment
* BYU could get shut out of NFL draft for first time since 2015. Is that a problem?
* Utah double-murder suspect arrested in California
* Katy Christian Ministries Receives 20,000 Pound Food Donation
4/22
* Elder Bednar Shares How He Hears Christ in #HearHim Video Series
* Despite Temple Closures, Blessings Are Readily Available during COVID-19 Pandemic, Elder Bednar Says
* First Presidency Issues Statement Encouraging Participation in 2020 United States Census
* Church Welfare Farms, Ranches Expect Rich Harvest Despite Coronavirus Pandemic
* Dealing with Confinement and Connecting to Others Using FamilySearch
* Send the Church News your COVID-19 missionary experience
* Sister Nair Belmira da Rocha Camargo, wife of former General Authority, dies at 93
* Look outward, inward and upward during COVID-19 isolation, counsels LDSBC president
* San Juan Hill recreated in a beautiful carving by Bluff Fort Service Missionary Jerry Allred
* ‘Sewing party!’ Utah volunteers pick up kits in drive-thru, begin sewing first 1 million ProjectProtect masks
* Get involved with Project Protect and make medical masks for healthcare workers
4/21
* Church Leaders Encourage Participation in Government Censuses
* England Manchester Mission Choir Reaches a Global Audience
* Church welfare farms, ranches expect rich harvest despite coronavirus pandemic
* Project Protect seeking help to make 5 million face masks for healthcare workers in Utah
* 10,000 volunteers quickly sign up to sew the first 1 million masks as part of ProjectProtect
* Faith, doubt and modern-day Mormonism
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Delivers More than 320 Thousand Pounds of Food to Mid-Atlantic Area Food Banks
* Police arrest wife of homicide suspect, say killings of West Jordan couple weren’t random
4/19-4/20
* Senior Missionary Passes Away - Elder Allen Dee Pace contracted COVID-19 in March
* Read about these 8 new mission presidents and companions here
* Sarah Jane Weaver: How I know the Lord loves His missionaries — past, present and future
* After PathwayConnect, registered nurse earns bachelor’s degree from BYU–Idaho at 82
* Coronavirus: Utah responds to the pandemic
* Rooting for community with free produce by the pile
* Utah couple killed by intruder remembered as 'Christ-like, happy, kind'
4/17-4/18
* First Presidency Provides Guidance on How to Administer the Church in Challenging Times
* President Nelson Shares His Gratitude for Global Fast Participants
* Latter-day Saint Charities Partners with Utah Health Care Entities to Donate 5 Million Clinical Face Masks
* Latter-day Saint Charities Provides COVID-19 Supplies Around the Globe
* Project Protect Seeking Help to Make 5 Million Face Masks for Healthcare Workers in Utah
* This week on social: A game for studying general conference
* Why this sister missionary coached a volleyball team and how it impacted a small Alabama town
* Church of Latter Day-Saints delivers food to Frederick, Mount Airy Food Banks
* 'Our plans went down the drain': How Latter-day Saint couples have adjusted wedding plans with temple closures
* Facing Hunger Foodbank receives nonperishable food donation
* Project Protect asking for community members to sew 5 million medical masks
4/16
* First Presidency Announces 2020 Area Leadership Assignments
* Walk in the Savior’s Way, President Jean B. Bingham Tells LDSBC Graduates
* New General Authority Seventy Elder Becerra Says It’s a “Blessing to Be Engaged in the Work”
* Young Women General Presidency Shares How Youth Can Stay Connected while Social Distancing
* Read about these 8 recently called temple presidents and matrons
* How a blind Latter-day Saint musician approaches COVID-19 and other challenges with eternal vision
* Seminary and institute students find spiritual strength, refuge in online classes during coronavirus pandemic
* Are BYU’s biggest 2020 games, including the Utah rivalry matchup, in danger?
* Hundreds of donated masks aid COVID-19 prevention in Northern Utah jails
* LDS Church joins fight against Covid-19, with members sewing 5 million face masks
4/15
* Young Women general presidency shares how youth can stay connected while social distancing due to COVID-19
* LDS church suspends production of religious clothing to create masks, gowns for healthcare workers
* Criticism of the church’s COVID-19 aid was premature
* Missionary Work Will Continue to Move Forward Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Says Elder Uchtdorf
* COVID-19: ‘Our precious missionaries are the pioneers of our day,’ says Elder Uchtdorf
* General Conference Broadcast on National Television across the Pacific
* New York Church Leaders Help Latter-day Saints Navigate through the Fatalities of COVID-19
* New General Authority Seventy says it’s a ‘blessing to be engaged in the work’
* LDS Church plant retains cranking out pasta, however work guidelines have modified throughout coronavirus
4/14
* Latter-day Saints Participate in Global COVID-19 Relief Efforts
* First Presidency Announces More Than 110 COVID-19 Relief Projects in 57 Countries
* Missionaries Safe Following 2 Days of Violent Storms across U.S. Southeast
* How NYC Church leaders are helping Latter-day Saints navigate through COVID-caused illnesses, job losses and deaths
* Drive-thru food box distribution for Kennewick familes
4/11-4/13
* President Russell M. Nelson Shares Easter Message
* Learn More about the New Young Men General Presidency
* Read about these stake presidents who have recently been called to serve
* Keep your kids busy and learning with this gospel-centered activity
* Curtis Brown, once BYU’s all-time leading rusher, packing a big father load now
* BYU ‘Lighting The Y’ In Support Of Global Fast
* Why those of other faiths are accepting President Nelson’s invitation to fast on Good Friday
* Navajo Reservation Receives Food and Supplies From Bishops' Central Storehouse
* BYU-Pathway Worldwide Expands Access to Higher Education
* Tropical Cyclone Harold Hits Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji and Tonga
* Meet the 9 new General Authority Seventies
4/8-4/10
* Stanford’s prize QB signee just returned from a Latter-day Saint mission. But the pandemic has changed everything
* President Nelson Invites World to Participate in Fast on Good Friday
* Why fasting and prayer are especially meaningful at Easter and during a pandemic
* Looking back at the history of fasting in religion and within the Church of Jesus Christ
* Good Friday fast gaining momentum on social media
* Navajo Reservation Receives Food and Supplies From Bishops' Central Storehouse
* BYU-Pathway Worldwide Expands Access to Higher Education
* Text of April 2020 General Conference Talks Are Now Online
* Download a PDF Chart of Talk Summaries from April 2020 General Conference
* Elder Tad R. Callister: Joseph Smith’s name should be known for good and evil
* ‘Zoomiaden’ — A virtual twist on a youth gathering in Norway with special guest President Cordon
* Laudy Kaouk, 1st young woman to speak at general session of Latter-day Saint conference, shares her experience
4/7
* New Easter Initiative Encourages People to #HearHim
* Latter-day Saints in PH to Watch General Conference Through Nationwide Rebroadcast
* These 8 new mission presidents and companions were recently called. Find out more about them here
* Here’s everything you need to know about what happened during April 2020 general conference
* Utah artist creates tiny portraits of Latter-day Saint figures on Oreos
* Members react to Shanghai and Dubai temple announcements
* COVID-19: LDS missionaries leave bags behind so Fijians can return home
4/5-4/6
* Read the Church’s newest proclamation: The Restoration of the Fulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
* President Nelson announces 8 new temples, including locations in Shanghai and Dubai
* Why President Nelson announced a new Church symbol during general conference
* April 2020 General Conference talk summaries
* President Nelson calls for a second worldwide fast in response to COVID-19
* Here’s a list of the new General Authorities and general officers announced during general conference
* What is the Hosanna Shout?
* 2019 World Report Released during April 2020 General Conference
* Latter-day Saints across the globe celebrate announcement of 8 new temples
4/3-4/4
* President Nelson Extends Invitation to Rejoice in Truth at General Conference
* Video: Honoring the birthplace of the Prophet Joseph Smith
* April 2020 Edition of The World Report?
* Reaching out to God in our own sacred places
* Hill Cumorah to take on quieter role after pageant’s final run
* Angel Moroni statue and some temple spires to be temporarily removed from Salt Lake Temple
* Stone Removal Set to Begin at Salt Lake Temple After Earthquake
* How the Church has commemorated the Restoration in previous years
* Learn more about these 8 new temple presidents and matrons
* Why are there multiple accounts of the First Vision and what can we learn from them?
* LDS Church to send 42,000 pounds of food to Idaho Falls
* Bryce Harper shares message of faith, pledges $500,000 to help Las Vegas, Philadelphia during pandemic
* Sen. Mike Lee calls pandemic ‘2 parts biological and 2 or 3 parts governmental’
4/2
* “Shelter in Place” Spiritually and Physically, Elder Holland Says as Isolation Orders Continue around the World
* Work of Salvation Part of Ongoing Restoration of the Church, Says Elder Uchtdorf
* Mormons, Catholics cooperate on refugee ministry
* Free Family History Webinars for April 2020
* First Presidency Announces Additional Options for Missionaries
* A Look at What Will Make This General Conference Unlike Any Before
* Why the Church’s 2020 #HearHim initiative is an important reminder of the Restoration
* Robert ‘Bob’ Garff, 77, businessman and Church leader, dies of COVID-19
* How much do you know about the first decade of the Restoration? Take a look at this timeline
* Timeline: How general conference has changed over the past 190 years
4/1
* First Presidency announces additional options for missionaries amid COVID-19
* Church Offers New Options for Missionary Service
* How Doctrine and Covenants 4 shows the importance of principles over structure in the ongoing Restoration of the Church
* What online training and a virtual MTC means for missionaries and their instructors
* How 14 days in quarantine helped strengthen the faith of this Texas family
* 21-tons of food delivered to Marion Polk Food Share to help ease COVID-19 layoffs
* Life Lessons Encore: What 101-year-old T. Verd Murdock shared a month before he died
* Here are 5 of the most impactful moments in general conference history
* How to watch or listen to the 190th Annual General Conference this weekend
* 190th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
* COVID-19: Rejecting the false choice of science or spirit, faith or reason
* April 2020 General Conference Documentaries On KSL TV

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