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Visiting Illinois This Summer? Make Time to See the Nauvoo and British Pageants

The Nauvoo and British pageants performed in Nauvoo, Illinois, each summer will continue on indefinitely, according to Gary Boatright, operations manager for historic sites in the Church History Department.

First Presidency’s 2023 Easter Message

Ponder the “glorious promise” of the Savior’s Resurrection, the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ write in the 2023 Easter message released in the April 2023 “Liahona” magazine, available on ChurchofJesusChrist.org and in the Gospel Library app.

Principle of Preparedness Helps Louisiana Family Find Peace

After the pandemic prompted the Covher family in Louisiana to start preparing in 2020, they began implementing principles found in the Church's preparedness guides. Then a hurricane and rare ice storm hit their area.

30-Day ‘Try Faith’ YouTube Challenge Concludes

In the Church’s “Try Faith” series on YouTube, four Latter-day Saints explored how they felt prompted to build their faith in new ways and showed what they did over 30 days to try their faith.

Female Vaccinators Lead Battle in Fight Against Polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan

The Church of Jesus Christ and UNICEF is supporting vaccination efforts to fight polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Due to religious and cultural norms, female vaccinators connect and communicate better with mothers and caregivers in the households than males.

Approach Missionary Work With Urgency, Says Elder Quentin L. Cook

Elder Quentin L. Cook promised full-time missionaries across the globe March 14, that “everybody that you love will be blessed because you are serving as an emissary of Jesus Christ,” he said.

Mormon Battalion Added to Church History Biographical Database

Information for nearly 600 Latter-day Saint men, women and children who participated in the Mormon Battalion’s march from Iowa Territory to the Pacific coast in 1846 and 1847 is now in the Church History Biographical Database.

Lost Journal of Martin Handcart Pioneer Found and Donated to Church History Library

Crossely’s journal is one of the best journals of the ocean crossing, said Lyndia Carter, an independent historian who has studied the Martin handcart company and the journal.

Video: ‘Are You Really There?’ Shows How Prayer Helps During Hardships

In the Church’s latest Inspirational Message video, a new, acoustic duet of Janice Kapp Perry’s “A Child’s Prayer” plays behind scenes of heartbreak and loneliness before showing outcomes of forgiveness and redemption.

BYU Women’s Conference Announces 2023 Keynote Presenters

The entire Relief Society General Presidency will be among the keynote presenters during BYU Women’s Conference, being held May 3-5 on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.