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‘The Pioneer Legacy Is a Legacy of Inclusion,’ President Oaks Declares

Deaf Latter-day Saint Explains How She Depends On Her Eyes to Hear the Lord’s Voice

In a new Inspirational Message video titled “How I Hear God’s Voice,” Jamila describes what she has learned about divine identity, serving others and communicating with the Lord as a deaf person.

Gospel Library Children’s Collection Allows Children to Access Content Made Just for Them

A new Gospel Library section has content specifically for children, including stories, videos and interactive activities. This new digital resource was made for children to be able to navigate by themselves and is designed to be engaging for children with illustrations and child-friendly buttons.

Five ‘Pillars’ of Faith Fortifying Latter-day Saints in Haiti

Amid uncertainty and fear, Church members in Haiti are finding day-to-day strength by looking out for one another and holding tight to the gospel.

Idaho Teen Reconnects With Guatemalan Homeland Through Service

Shayla Dunn, a 17-year-old from East Idaho, reconnects with her Guatemalan homeland through participating in a humanitarian building project in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, in June 2021

Young Women General Leaders: Goals Are the Process of Becoming Like Jesus Christ

A message from the Young Women general presidency and advisory council about how setting and achieving goals help us progress and reach our potential.

New Temple Presidents and Matrons Called to Begin Serving August 2021

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has called the following temple presidents and matrons to serve, beginning in August of 2021. Click on their names to read a brief biography for each couple in the Church News.

Sheri Dew: ‘Prophets Form Unfailing Safety Net of Truth’

Flanked by portraits of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Sister Dew bore witness of the unique privilege of having prophets on the earth today, whose “only motive is to help us find our way back home by pointing us to Jesus Christ.”

Inside Church Headquarters: Why the Church Is Governed by Councils

In part two of the four-part series on the essential role of councils in the Church, read examples from the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles about how “inviting, receiving and recognizing revelation” can happen in every council.

How the Doctrine and Covenants Has Changed Over the Years

Changes made to the Doctrine and Covenants from 1883 to 2013.