Church of Jesus Christ
The church president made his first public appearance since falling and pulling the muscles in his lower back in September.
Christmas lights are scheduled for Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Mesa Arizona Temple, Temple Hill in Oakland, Washington D.C. Temple and the Hamilton New Zealand Temple
‘We all have talents, gifts and abilities that ask for nothing more than the opportunity to blossom and thrive,’ the presiding bishop teaches
“The lights of Times Square shared the light of Jesus Christ this Christmas,” say words printed on the video.
“I admire the faith of the members and families we meet everywhere we go,” he said.
‘I believe with all my heart and soul that Jesus Christ came to earth to be the light of the world,’ said Elder Renlund at the Washington D.C. Temple lighting event
For BYU’s inaugural Big 12 season, each away football game had a service project in conjunction with the BYU Alumni Association
The Church is collaborating with other religious organizations on more than 60 projects that will serve more than 42,000 children in the New York metro area
Times Square digital billboards reflect the Nativity and an invitation to share the Savior’s light this Christmas
Crowds on Times Square quiet as the Nativity is shared in iconic location
At the intersection of commerce, tourism and entertainment in the United States, leaders of charitable organizations kick off the global Giving Machine effort
Ashley Hatch opened up about how she leaned on her faith after this summer’s World Cup roster snub while appearing on a recent episode of the “All In” podcast
How many Latter-day Saint temples are there? Which are under construction? See our list.
On the field, Andrew Gentry is a ‘beast’; off the field he’s a shepherd in his Latter-day Saint YSA ward
How many Latter-day Saint temples are there? Which are operating and which are under renovation? See our list.
There are four “Lights On at Temple Square Concerts” that will be held at the Tabernacle this weekend.
Announced temples include those awaiting the initial stages of construction. Some have released renderings and expected dates. See the list.
Elder Ronald A. Rasband and Elder Dale G. Renlund posted tributes to President M. Russell Ballard on social media days after his funeral. See what they said and the photographs they included.
The Light the World Giving Machines are amplifying women’s voices in Africa, where donated livestock is sending girls to school and launching businesses.
A new BYU study reinforces previous research on how the principle of indebtedness elevates gratitude practices
“I love the power of our collective community, the power we have to make a difference,” Utah first lady Abby Cox said.
The president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints promised that students will be blessed with answers to hard questions.
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has assigned President Jeffrey R. Holland to rededicate the temple where he married his wife 50 years ago
During the worldwide devotional, Elder Cook shared that young adults around the globe ‘share similar longings, aspirations and concerns’
The Church of Jesus Christ emphasizes self-reliance and helping members feel empowered to meet their temporal, spiritual and emotional needs
‘I pray that someday when I pass to the next world, I may do so with my testimony burning brightly,’ said President Ballard in April 2023 general conference
At his funeral Friday, President M. Russell Ballard was remembered as one of the most remarkable and dedicated missionaries of his or any era.
The wife of Chiefs coach Andy Reid, along with Tavia Hunt, announced the machines on Instagram.
President Nelson asked President Ballard to help correct church’s name. Here’s how he led the Twelve
The acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles was asked to lead the entire quorum to institutionalize the correction.
President Russell M. Nelson set apart President Holland on Wednesday. President Holland succeeds President M. Russell Ballard, who died Sunday.
Updated: First Presidency, Quorum of Twelve Apostles together were the 6th-longest tenured in Church history
As of the Nov. 12 passing of President Ballard, the 15 apostles had served together for 5 years, 7 months and 13 days
His commitment to God, his community and the world will continue to bless lives
President Russell M. Nelson said of President Ballard, “We had the privilege of sitting beside a man who is the great‑great‑grandson of Hyrum Smith. And Joseph Smith was his great‑great‑uncle.”
16 times President Ballard quoted poems, speeches and literary works in devotionals and general conference
President M. Russell Ballard was known for penning sermons that reminded people of the love of God.
“He knew exactly what the Lord taught,” President Russell M. Nelson said about President Ballard.
Both lost family in WWII, now former stake presidents in Okinawa share their journey from sorrow to peace — and a temple
Former leaders in Okinawa, who lost their fathers in World War II, now rejoice that a temple will grace their landFormer leaders in Okinawa, who lost their fathers in World War II, now rejoice that a temple will grace their land
The Relief Society is involved in a global effort to improve the health and development of children under 5 and their mothers
Find out where to find the Giving Machines that will be placed in 61 cities in 7 countries with items from meals to livestock.
Church President Russell M. Nelson shares recovery update and thanks all for their prayers on his behalf
Following his back injury in September, the recovery process has been “rigorous,” the church president said.
How the Church of Jesus Christ is supporting the nourishment of mothers and children across the globe
The general Relief Society presidency will play a significant role in the program that will focus on maternal and newborn care, including nutrition and immunizations, in 12 countries.
After church agrees to make it “one of the ‘dimmest temples in the world,” County Council unanimously approves Heber Valley Temple
Bill Maledon, the church’s attorney who handled the case, stated ‘the abuse of a child or any other individual is inexcusable.’