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What This Blind Father and His Triplet Sons Have Learned About Happiness

What Ollie Cantos and his sons, Steven, Nick and Leo have learned about happiness and relying on the Lord.

When Life Seems in Free Fall, Grasp the Divine Parachute, President Lund Says

Speaking during BYU–Idaho’s spring commencement broadcast on July 21, Young Men General President Steven J. Lund compared graduates being launched into the career world to being shot out of an airplane.

Commit to Pioneerlike Faithfulness and ‘Drive On,’ Challenges Elder Evans at Sunrise Service

It’s not enough to merely remember the remarkable deeds performed by the Utah pioneers — but also the reasons why they were performed, “and commit ourselves to be as faithful in our circumstances as they were in theirs,” said Elder David F. Evans at the annual Days of ’47 Sunrise Service on Temple Square.

Pioneer Day Concert on Hiatus, But Past Concerts Are Available Online

Pioneer Day concert is still on hiatus, but Tabernacle Choir fans can enjoy an online selection of past concerts.

Church Members Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Missionary Work in the Philippines

“The 60 years of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Philippines is a celebration of faith,” said Elder Taniela B. Wakolo, president of the Philippines Area and a General Authority Seventy.

Nine Charts of the Church’s 168 Operational Temples and Districts After Post-Pandemic Reopenings

The Church shares charts and lists of current (through Monday, July 19) and projected temple phase statuses. The Church’s next weekly update announcement is expected on Tuesday, July 20.

Youth Advisers Do Far More Than Teach Sunday Lessons

Brother Bradley R. Wilcox, second counselor, Young Men general presidency, and Sister Michelle D. Craig, first counselor, Young Women general presidency, explain that youth advisers do far more than teach Sunday lessons.

Trail, Sail or Rail? Church Museum Online Presentation to Explore Pioneer Journeys West

Learn about the experiences of four pioneers and how they made their journey west during an online Evening from the Museum presentation on Thursday, July 22, at 8 p.m.

How Sister Wright’s Battle With Cancer Taught Her to See Others Through the Eyes of the Savior

Sister Amy A. Wright, who was recently sustained as second counselor in the Primary general presidency, described her battle with cancer as a “polishing and refining experience.”

‘The Pioneer Legacy Is a Legacy of Inclusion,’ President Oaks Declares

It is not enough to study, praise or reenact the accomplishments of pioneers, said President Dallin H. Oaks while standing against a brightly colored backdrop of a covered wagon in the Pioneer Center at This Is the Place Heritage Park in Salt Lake City.