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New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in November 2021

Learn about new stake presidencies of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout the world.

“Witnesses of Christ” Musical Tribute Kicks Off Christmas on Temple Square

“Witnesses of Christ,” a 50-minute tribute to the birth of Jesus Christ, kicked off Christmas on Temple Square with a November 28 broadcast. The video is available throughout the Christmas season.

Elder Stevenson Offers 4 ‘Missionary Pillars of Gratitude’ During Thanksgiving Devotional at Provo MTC

The four missionary pillars of gratitude are the missionary purpose, changed hearts, the Restoration and the companionship of the Holy Ghost, Elder Gary B. Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles taught during a Thanksgiving Day devotional at the Provo Missionary Training Center.

Thanksgiving Service at Provo MTC Produces 385,000 Meal Kits via ‘Controlled Chaos’

Nearly 700 missionaries spending Thanksgiving at the Provo Missionary Training Center prepared and packaged an estimated 385,000 breakfast kits during a four-hour service project Thursday afternoon, November 25.

President Nelson Shares a Memory of Hope and Gratitude on Thanksgiving

Marking the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, President Russell M. Nelson expressed both hope and gratitude as he recounted an experience on social media.

BYU Research Suggests How to Have a Deeper, Richer Gratitude This Thanksgiving

New BYU research suggests gratitude to God, and indebtedness to Him, is far more meaningful and impactful than simply gratitude alone.

BYU Cross Country Athletes Claim Men’s and Women’s National Individual Titles; Women’s Team is Runner-up

On Saturday, November 20, the NCAA hosted the 2021 national championship — and, once again, BYU athletes climbed atop the podium. Conner Mantz and his Cougar teammate, Whittni Orton, won the men’s and women’s individual titles, respectively.

What 2 BYU–Idaho Professors Have Learned from Gathering Stories of Reconversion

When Sarah Hafen d’Evegnée and her husband, Eric d’Evegnée, set out to start a podcast about those who return to faith after a period of estrangement, their goal was to find people who had worked through uncertainty and complexity with their testimonies and share their reconversion stories.

Learn About the Areas of Recently Announced Temples in Brazil

Among the 34 temples President Russell M. Nelson announced this year are two locations in Brazil: Belo Horizonte, announced during the April general conference, and Vitória, announced last month.

Giving Machines Open Around the United States for #LightTheWorld 2021

After a COVID-19 pandemic-caused pause last year, the popular way to donate to charitable causes is now back for the 2021 Christmas season. Giving Machines, where people can select a charitable item from dozens of local and global charity organizations, have raised almost $9 million for charities since 2017.