What's new: Clint Pulver offers the secret to strength and testimony in the face of opposition — remembrance
With humor, charisma, and compassion, Pulver speaks of the power of remembrance, specifically remembering spiritual experiences, in maintaining testimony and facing life's trials.
Jimmy Carter won't teach Sunday school days after procedure
Former President Jimmy Carter canceled plans to teach Sunday school just days after undergoing surgery for a broken hip.
Inside the Newsroom: 'The Wi-Fi ate my story!' and other notes from the Samoa ministry tour
Behind the scenes covering the visit of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Russell M. Nelson to the South Pacific.
Church News: Pacific tour — As religion declines in Australia, President Nelson speaks on Book of Mormon, happiness
Addressing a capacity congregation of 8,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints here in this increasingly secular city, President Russell M. Nelson delivered a custom message on the importance of the Book of Mormon.
Texas Latter-day Saint missionary dies from accidental asphyxiation in Mexico
A Fort Worth, Texas man serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died from an accidental asphyxiation from a faulty water heater while in the Mexico Mexico City Northwest Mission. His companion was unharmed.
Q&A: Why Latter-day Saints loom large in the history of religious freedom law
A new book examines what it took to truly protect religious freedom in the United States.
President Nelson meets New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, says church will donate to mosques
On her first day back at work after a triumphant trip to Paris that substantiated her No. 2 ranking on Fortune's list of the world's greatest leaders, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomed President Russell M. Nelson to Parliament.
New Zealand mosque shooting: Gunshots shattered a day of prayer, but gave rise to interfaith resolve
"Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints the world over were heartbroken when we heard of the deadly attacks on innocent worshippers in the Al Noor and Linwood mosques of Christchurch on March 15," President Russell M. Nelson said.
Watch: Diverse Latter-day Saints find 'Safe Harbor' in Sydney, Australia
A new Church News video highlights the diversity among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sydney, Australia, and the "Safe Harbors" of chapels and homes for its members.
Picturing history: Rock Avenue, Natrona County, Wyoming
The pioneer trail in Natrona County west of Casper, Wyoming, passed through two ridges of upended, jagged rock. This site, referred to as Rock Avenue, can be visited today.