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While standing on the Liverpool docks, President Ballard and Elder Cook reflect on how women helped hold the Church together through World War II.

As the Joseph Smith Papers nears completion, leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ and historians talk about the purpose of the project and why it matters.

Church leaders share love and counsel for missionaries who are training to fulfill their assignments around the world.

From 1 Nephi to Moroni, see which sections are part of the Book of Mormon Videos series — and those that are to come.

New Area Seventies sustained with 50 identified for release on or before Aug. 1.

See photos of 10 groups who share music and dances tied to their faith at the Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable concert.

Elder Soares taught, interacted and worshipped with congregations in Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji March 10-19

Highlights of the April 2023 World Report include the rededication of the Hamilton New Zealand Temple and Elder Holland’s visit to Ukrainian refugees.

Of the 118 he has announced in the past 5 years, 3 are dedicated, 4 are scheduled for dedication and 43 are under construction.

After leading Utah Valley University to his best season ever, Latter-day Saint Mark Madsen has accepted the head basketball coaching job at the University of California-Berkeley.

After writing about JustServe as a Church News reporter, Mary Richards interviews those who connect with service opportunities the online platform.

Pieces of art from more than 25 countries were on display in the Church History Museum as part of the 12th International Art Competition.

The singers, from Brazil, Mexico, Ghana, Malaysia, Philippines and Taiwan, are part of the Tabernacle Choir’s pilot program.

This article will be updated with videos, talk summaries, session highlights, photo galleries, news and announcements from April 2023 general conference.

Miracles occur, Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace says, and the Holy Ghost speaks when individuals seek the Savior.

Church educators recently visited the Sikh temple and Hindu temple in Yuba City in an effort to improve their teaching and build relationships with the community ahead of the Feather River California Temple dedication.

From Church leaders to historians and from family members to topical experts, the Church News podcast covers a lot of ground in 129 episodes.

Youth who have JustServe in their area can register to use the platform in April and beyond. Others are encouraged to serve around their communities for Global Youth Service Day.

Tim Fuller and Blaze Nield, both returned Latter-day Saint missionaries, have been part of Utah Valley University’s historic run to the NIT final four. Read about their experience.

Released Monday, March 27, the rendering release comes just two weeks after the site location was made public.

The groundbreakings are for the Belo Horizonte Brazil, Papua New Guinea Port Moresby and Port Vila Vanuatu temples, with the latter one rescheduled after postponement.

Elder Rasband to dedicate the first temple not only in Thailand but on the Southeastern Asia mainland.

Sister Michelle D. Craig, Sister Amy A. Wright, and Sister J. Anette Dennis visited children, youth and women in Puebla.

The annual outdoor Easter pageant is one of three that Church leaders authorized in 2018 to continue worldwide.

Due to various circumstances, Church leaders are not always able to greet many — if any — after conferences or devotionals. But when they do, the interactions are memorable.

See Church membership growth in Asian nations and territories over the past 10 years, by country.

April 2023 general conference falls on Palm Sunday weekend, April 1-2. Here’s what Church leaders have said about Palm Sunday.

Produced by the Church’s European areas and featuring violinist Jenny Oaks Baker and narrator Louis Herrey, the concert airs now through mid-April.

Here are 9 stories that the Church News published the week of March 19-25.

Notices of new and reorganized stakes around the world.