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Women of Covenant: Essential Partners in the Work of Salvation and Exaltation

Sister Rebecca Mehr says, “What does God’s power look like in the lives of righteous women? … It is straining to hear the whisperings of the spirit and acting in courage on each small thought, all with the intent to point others to Christ. That is God’s power.”

Spanish Speakers Invited to ExpoGenealogía — A Free, Virtual Family History Event

The ExpoGenealogía family history event will be entirely online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Review the 21 Temples That Had — or Will Have — Groundbreakings in 2020

Temple groundbreakings in 2020 will have occurred in six states of the United States and in 10 other nations across five continents. If all goes as scheduled, the total of temples getting started in 2020 will be 21.

Updated Referral Experience Helps You Connect Friends with the Missionaries

Updates to the missionary referral system encourage members to coordinate efforts with local missionaries.

A Houston Community Restores Abandoned Black Cemeteries — How Latter-day Saints Are Helping

A Houston, Texas community is coming together to restore Black cemeteries that have been abandoned for years.

Sister Craig Shares 5 Lessons She’s Learned from the Salt Lake Temple Renovation

Our lives can feel as time consuming, expensive and messy as a temple renovation project, but we can trust the Lord as we keep working to improve, Sister Craig shared in a recorded devotional address to BYU-Pathway Worldwide students from the grounds of Temple Square.

Tad R. Callister: ‘Can We Be Optimistic in Turbulent Times?’

Elder Tad R. Callister says, “In essence, the Savior’s Atonement gives us hope and an eternal perspective that our internal choices — not external forces — determine our divine destiny. And with that hope and eternal perspective we can and should be of good cheer.”

Elder Ronald A. Rasband Shares What He Learned From Studying the Names of Christ

“You will feel the love of the Lord in your life, and in the process, come to know Him for who He is,” Elder Rasband told BYU–Hawaii students during a campus devotional in which he encouraged them to know Him by His teachings, miracles, parables, and many names.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong Shares 5 Principles for Lifelong Learning and Teaching

Elder Gong outlines principles of learning and teaching that can help students in a new school year during the COVID-19 pandemic circumstances and in later opportunities.

Bogotá Colombia Temple President José Luis González Gutiérrez Dies at 67

José Luis González Gutiérrez, president of the Bogotá Colombia Temple, died on Friday, September 18, 2020. He was 67 years old. He and his wife, Mónica Del Carmen Buitrago de González served as the president and matron of the Bogotá Colombia Temple since July 2017.