LDSBC workshops help people discover identity, future
The LDS Business College has developed a workshop to help people discover who they are and what their next steps in life should be.
First Q'eqchi' language stake created in Guatemalan highlands
Elder Dale G. Renlund presides over historic gathering for Latter-day Saints of Mayan descent. The temples of Central America, he says, have forever blessed lives in the region.
Elder Bednar dedicates Senegal for the preaching of the gospel
Just before dawn at the base of the “Phare des Mamelles” lighthouse on a hill overlooking Senegal, Elder David A. Bednar offered a prayer on May 22 on the people and land of the West African nation.
'Hamilton' Broadway star to perform with Mormon Tabernacle Choir
An artist known for his recent performance as George Washington in the Broadway show "Hamilton" will join the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square for their Pioneer Day...
Latter-day Saints in Maryland Bring Relief to Refugees
A recent refugee explained the real-life drama of immigrating to the United States at an event in Maryland focused on helping refugees.
FamilySearch Center dedicated in St. George, Utah
A new FamilySearch Center was dedicated in St. George, Utah, June 21, a day before it was introduced to the public in an open house.
He can lift us
Like my father rescued me from a precarious situation, the Lord can lift and help us when we are in darkness and despair.