• Sister Uchtdorf Receives German-American Friendship Award

    Posted: 23 November 2017

    Sister Harriet Uchtdorf was honored on Monday, November 20, 2017, as a bridge builder, a peacemaker, and a kind and gracious citizen of two allied nations that were once enemies with the German-American Friendship Award.  Full Story

  • Sister Aburto Tells Relief Society Women “We Are in This Together”

    Posted: 23 November 2017

    “We are the Relief Society—seven days a week, 24 hours a day,” said Sister Reyna I. Aburto, Second Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, on Sunday, November 19, at a Spanish-language devotional attended by hundreds of women from 21 Spanish-language wards in Utah County.  Full Story

  • LDS Missionary from Australia Dies in Samoa

    Posted: 21 November 2017

    Elder Aaron Ahkau Matapa Patiole, age 21, was killed when he was struck by a vehicle in Upolu, Samoa.  Full Story

  • Family History Moment: Finding Aunt Rose

    Posted: 21 November 2017

    Daniel Bradshaw, from the Lakeview Trails Ward, Gilbert Arizona Highland East Stake, recounts an experience he had while doing family history work that showed him an ancestor was more than a name on a card.  Full Story

  • Harman Music Fund Brings the Gift of Music to Saints around the World

    Posted: 21 November 2017

    With the help of the Jack and Wauna Harman Music Fund, founded in 1998 to help with musical training in the Church, senior missionaries around the world can teach members how to play the piano and conduct hymns. One couple, David and Maurio Fischbeck, has taught the course during each of their three missions in Central and South America.  Full Story

  • 5 Resources to Help Youth Facing Emotional and Mental Illness

    Posted: 21 November 2017

    Through the Atonement of Christ, there is hope for all ailments, including mental and emotional illness. Parents and leaders can utilize the resources on LDS.org to better minister to struggling youth.  Full Story

  • Roots of LDS Church in Philadelphia Run Deep

    Posted: 21 November 2017

    Standing on the historic corner of 6th Street and Market Street in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Charles Muldowney points out the Mormon Preaching Place, the Liberty Bell Center, and Independence Hall. For Muldowney, threads of American history, Church history, and his own personal history weave together in Philadelphia.  Full Story

  • Enhance Your FamilySearch.org Experience with Free Sign-In

    Posted: 20 November 2017

    Beginning December 13, 2017, patrons visiting FamilySearch.org will see a prompt to register for a free FamilySearch account or sign in to their existing account to continue enjoying all the free expanded benefits FamilySearch has to offer.   Full Story