• President Nelson Dedicates Newly Developed Priesthood Restoration Site

    Posted: 20 September 2015

    President Russell M. Nelson officiated September 19 at the dedication of the Priesthood Restoration Site at Harmony (now Oakland Township), Pennsylvania, where John the Baptist conferred the priesthood on Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery.  Full Story

  • Hundreds Serving in Family and Church History Headquarters Mission

    Posted: 18 September 2015

    With more than 1,000 missionaries from all across the world serving in the Family and Church History Headquarters Mission, it could be considered the largest LDS mission in the world, one that few people have even heard of.  Full Story

  • Joseph Smith Miracle Scholarship Honors Doctor Who Saved Prophet’s Leg

    Posted: 18 September 2015

    To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the miracle surgery that saved 7-year-old Joseph Smith’s leg and, most likely, his life and to honor the doctor who created the surgery, the Joseph Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith Family Association presented the Joseph Smith Miracle Scholarship to the Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine on September 11.  Full Story

  • Seminary Students Rise to Challenge to Elevate Learning

    Posted: 18 September 2015

    A year ago the Church asked seminary students to elevate their seminary experience—and the youth of the Church have risen to the occasion.  Full Story

  • Church Leader Champions “Religious Freedom and Fairness for All”

    Posted: 18 September 2015

    In discussing and encouraging religious freedom and fairness for all, three principles should be observed: “See others through a lens of fairness, treat them with respect and kindness, and expect the same treatment in return,” Elder Ronald A. Rasband said September 15 to Brigham Young University students.  Full Story

  • Saints in Mexico City Rejoice in Rededicated Temple

    Posted: 18 September 2015

    President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency, rededicated the Mexico City Mexico Temple on September 13. The Mexico City Mexico Temple closed for almost two years to allow for extensive renovation of the interior of the 32-year-old building.  Full Story

  • RootsTech 2016 Registration Now Open

    Posted: 17 September 2015

    RootsTech is a growing global conference where people of all ages celebrate family and are inspired to share their memories and connections. The annual event attracts tens of thousands of participants worldwide. RootsTech 2016 will be held February 3–6 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Full Story

  • Using Technology as a Tool to Teach Youth

    Posted: 17 September 2015

    Rather than banning or putting phones and tablets away, integrating the resources is an effective way to teach gospel principles in a digital world. Not only can resources help in inviting the Spirit into the classroom, they can also help youth learn ways to use technology appropriately.  Full Story