August Articles

  • Viewpoint: Prepare Now to Serve Wherever You Are Needed

    Posted: 30 August 2013

    We must prepare to serve—even if the exact nature or calling of one’s service is unknown. Members cannot determine what future calls or specific assignments await them, but they can be certain that they must prepare for whatever calling may come.  Full Story

  • CES Devotionals, Institute Help Young Adults Find Their Way

    Posted: 29 August 2013

    With so many important decisions facing young adults, positive direction from Church leaders can be a source of strength. Parents, institute teachers, and priesthood leaders should encourage all young adults, including institute students, to attend the CES devotionals throughout the coming year.  Full Story

  • Church Announces 2014 Curriculum

    Posted: 29 August 2013

    Beginning on January 1, Church members worldwide will begin studying new curriculum for 2014. Members are encouraged to use digital versions of these materials whenever possible.  Full Story

  • Deseret Industries Helps People Achieve Their Dreams

    Posted: 27 August 2013

    For 75 years, Deseret Industries has helped individuals become more self-reliant. The Church currently operates 42 Deseret Industries thrift shops in seven western states where opportunities are provided for people to learn skills that will benefit them in future employment.  Full Story

  • Oakland Monument Honors Niece of Joseph Smith

    Posted: 27 August 2013

    Josephine Donna Smith, later known as Ina Coolbrith, is one of several local heroes honored in the monument Remember Them: Champions for Humanity, which was recently dedicated in the Henry J. Kaiser Park in Oakland, California.  Full Story

  • Members, Missionaries Attend Batavia Muckdogs Mormon Night

    Posted: 27 August 2013

    Local members were participants and spectators at the first Mormon Night for the minor league team the Batavia Muckdogs July 15.  Full Story

  • New Signs Mark Trail of Kirtland Camp

    Posted: 27 August 2013

    Several hundred people attended the dedication of an official Ohio historical marker and participated in the unveiling of the Mormon Migration, Kirtland Camp marker on Saturday, July 27. The event commemorated the 175th anniversary of the Kirtland Camp’s 30-day encampment along the Mad River.  Full Story

  • “No More Strangers” Conference Gathers Southeast Area YSAs

    Posted: 27 August 2013

    More than 4,000 people gathered at five locations for the first North America Southeast Area Young Single Adult Conference of the Church August 9–11.  Full Story