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BYU-Pathway President Tells Students Three Ways to Remember ‘By Whom We Are Led’

The creation of BYU-Pathway, the Church’s online university, has generated attention both in the Church and across higher education.

What the Law Taught This General Authority About Making Covenants With the Lord

Actions affect our ability to receive blessings, said Elder Randy D. Funk during a BYU–Idaho devotional broadcast on September 22, 2020.

Women of Covenant: The Importance of Motherhood

Sister Christine Ivory says, “No discussion of the priesthood is complete unless it includes with equal weight, a reverence and dedication to the position of women and the gift of nurturing and creating life.”

In 25 years, ‘The Family: A Proclamation to the World’ Has Gone From UN to Vatican and Beyond

Since President Gordon B. Hinckley introduced “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” 25 years ago, its teachings have been widely referenced by Church leaders, its principles have shaped research and curriculum, and it hangs on the wall in countless members’ homes, and it is shared by missionaries worldwide.

Church Members and Leaders in Oregon Rally Together to Provide Relief From the Fire

The Almeda Fire in southern Oregon has consumed at least 2,357 homes and residences, making it one of the 10 most-devastating American fires in 50 years. The fire damaged or destroyed 50 homes in the Bear Creek Ward, where ward members and leaders, as well as neighboring congregations, rallied to the aid of displaced famil...

Latter-day Saint Women Podcast Offers Unique Insights Into Women’s Roles Around the World

The Latter-day Saint Women podcast will have a “significant shift” in its upcoming 2020 content as it focuses on broader topics.

Latter-day Saints Enthused to Return to Traditional Sabbath Worship Following First Presidency and Area Guidelines

On March 15 Latter-day Saints worldwide began gathering in their living rooms with family members and housemates for Sabbath-day services instead of meetinghouses.

Digitized Records of Mayflower Descendants Now Available on FamilySearch and AmericanAncestors.org

FamilySearch and AmericanAncestors.org representatives announced on September 16 that more than 113,000 Mayflower Society member applications and documented descendant family trees of passengers are now freely accessible online.

Parents Can Lay ‘Cornerstones’ in Developing Their Children’s Testimonies

Beginning with their first covenant of baptism and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, we can help children lay “cornerstones” such as understanding their divine identity, following the prophet, and knowing family history to help them continue on the covenant path, teaches Primary General President Joy D. Jones.

100-Year-Old Organist Exemplifies Enduring Service 

Centurion Erma Fish Bodine has played the organ and piano for church meetings for more than 50 years.