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20 Easy Ways to ‘Love, Share, Invite’ Your Neighbors

Latter-day Saints are encouraged to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ by inviting others “to come and see, come and help, and come and belong.” Here are some “normal and natural ways” you can  “love, share and invite” your neighbors.

Sharing Book of Mormon and App in ‘Normal, Natural Ways’

As Justin Lether has learned, sharing the gospel and the Book of Mormon in “normal and natural ways” can happen just about any time or anywhere — on a subway, at a tourist attraction, during a hotel breakfast or even while soaking in a hot tub on a cruise ship.

Get to Know the Artist Who Made the Second Coming Painting in the Washington D.C. Temple

Dan Wilson had completed six paintings for temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when he received a call from the Temple Department to do another: an 8-by-12-foot oil painting for the Washington D.C. Temple.

Church Music Festival Highlights Some of Year’s Best Original Music Submitted by Members

When Sayuri Chacon prays, she knows Heavenly Father will hear her — it’s a simple testimony the 15-year-old gained while singing with her family in the 2022 Church Music Festival.

Plarn Mats, Port Pillows and Fidget Quilts: JustServe Volunteers Make Unique Items to Meet Specific Needs

More than 200 JustServe volunteers in Chandler, Arizona, worked together to collect, assemble, create, sort, sew and package a variety of large and small projects in one long day of community service.

BYU–Pathway Worldwide Extends Tuition Discount to More Students

Beginning this fall semester, BYU–Pathway’s Heber J. Grant Tuition Discount will now be extended to BYU–Pathway students pursuing online degrees and certificates from BYU–Idaho and Ensign College.

One Year Later: Catching up with Latter-day Saint Olympic Silver Medalist McKayla Skinner

The two vaults MyKayla Skinner performed at last year’s Olympic finals in Tokyo were over in seconds — but their combined result proved life-defining for the Latter-day Saint gymnast.

Making History: Church Endorses its First Female Military Chaplain

When Jenna Carson dons the blue uniform of a United State Air Force officer next week, she will not only be following a family military legacy but also making Latter-day Saint history by becoming the first female military chaplain endorsed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Pioneers in Every Land: Leading the Way in Mexico since 1846

The family of Amado Rojas, 73, is made of pioneers who have been active in the Church for seven generations in Mexico, the first country outside the United States to have 1 million members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Friend to Friend Teaches Children about Preparing to Enter the Temple

To help Primary children worldwide understand the importance of the temple, Elder Gary E. Stevenson and the Primary General Presidency shared temple-focused messages during a Friend to Friend released July 30 that also included activities and music.