Russell M. Nelson

News and information about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Russell M. Nelson

Applications for the Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana to study the Atlantic slave trade are due by March 25.
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Series is “absolute fiction,” Sharon Wright Weeks says, while the real story behind the Lafferty murders is less about religion and more about “jealousy and revenge.”
Mike Conley wrote a note on Twitter and Instagram Saturday thanking the Utah Jazz and their fans.
The violent death of Rex Lee Sr. split St. Johns, Arizona, in two. The town is trying to move on.
Today’s NBA players often come across as salty and unhappy, while fans’ antipathy is nothing to cheer about.
As the omicron variant continues to surge in some areas and other variants appear ready to emerge, it’s a good time to revisit the pandemic ministry of President Russell M. Nelson.
Respect and cooperation yield the sweet fruit of reconciliation, admiration, service and genuine love, President Nelson says.
“This Christmas, some are still waiting for the lights to come on again,” President Russell M. Nelson said.
President Russell M. Nelson just became the first senior church leader to launch a Spanish Instagram account. Here’s why he did it.
The Zoom call included a prophet, an apostle and a church communications expert. It was September 2020, and the pandemic was raging.
The new biography of President Dallin H. Oaks provides numerous insights into the unfolding history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Here’s a look at President Nelson’s life as a doctor, father, grandfather and church leader.