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2022 BYU Education Week Celebrates 100 Years of Instruction and Learning

BYU Education Week is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, on 2022. This year's event August 15-19 features Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles; the Sunday School, Young Men and Primary General Presidencies; and Elder Clark C. Gilbert, Commissioner...

Auditions Announced for 2022 “Savior of the World” in Salt Lake City

The Music and Cultural Arts Division of the Church is inviting adults and families (with children ages 7 and older) to participate in the 2022 production of “Savior of the World: His Birth and Resurrection” in the Conference Center Theater in Salt Lake City.

How Knowing Psychological First Aid Helps You Minister to Others in Need

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has used principles of Psychological First Aid to create training and resources for members and leaders, including a discussion guide titled, “How Can I Minister to Others During a Crisis?” and a self-help guide called, “Facing Challenges.”

President Nelson Is Now the Church’s Longest-Living Apostle

Four months after he became the oldest President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President Russell M. Nelson now has become the Church’s longest-living Apostle in this latter-day dispensation.

President Oaks Celebrates 90th Birthday, Shares Lessons Learned

President Dallin H. Oaks, First Counselor in the First Presidency, reflects on his youth, education, legal career and calling as an Apostle of Jesus Christ as he celebrates turning 90 on August 12, 2022.

JustServe by the Numbers

In 2021, 2,500 new organizations registered with JustServe.org, a website and app connecting volunteers with organizations looking for help. The groups include nonprofit, government, religious, community, educational and charitable organizations with needs to fill.

Redesigned FamilySearch Person Page Aims to Be More Readable, Interactive

Aimed to be more readable, interactive and consistent with the rest of the site, the new look and feel of the person page on FamilySearch.org includes a new tab and other upgrades.

World’s Fair Murals Find Home at BYU–Idaho 

A mural from the 1964 World’s Fair and another from the 1970 Osaka Japan World Expo are now permanently displayed on the BYU–Idaho campus, signifying an important period in Church history and inviting visitors to consider the purpose of life.

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.