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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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

“There’s a sense of being home in the Lord’s Church, because you’re going to find the same music,” says former MTC, institute choir director Ryan Eggett.

Relationships are hurting because of pornography use, regardless of religiosity, gender, or type and frequency.

Happiness may not be something to chase or pursue, but a creation, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

For more than a year, 90-year-old Cleeo Wright has found joy in serving as the president of his Latter-day Saint ward’s elders quorum. Read his story.

Elder Stevenson tweeted admiration for Muslims and their dedication to God and Sister Craig stated, “No one is going to be offended by you being nice.”

How telling one’s own story can be healing and be an opportunity to connect, teaches Devin Ashby, global outreach manager at FamilySearch during RootsTech 2023.

President Carter spoke at a National Family Week event in the Salt Lake Tabernacle and sat next to Church President Spencer W. Kimball.

Being prepared both temporally and spiritually helps people face different kinds of disasters.

Members participated in 6.3 million hours of volunteer work and 3,692 humanitarian projects in 190 countries and territories.

See the Church’s new Easter video “Rise” and stream the Tabernacle Choir’s Easter concert “He Is Risen.”

Almost a half-million people donated at Giving Machines locations around the world.

Four Church members in Colombia, Italy, Hawaii and Las Vegas share how they grew over 30 days.

A popular Primary song with millions of views on YouTube is the focus of a new Inspirational Message video from the Church.

Here are 9 stories from the Church News the week of March 12-18.

Three principles — be just, love mercy and walk in humility with God — are like a road map that can lead toward peace, happiness and harmonious relationships, Lloyd Newell shares in the “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Elder Quentin L. Cook invited missionaries to study “The Morning Breaks,” with lyrics penned by Elder Parley P. Pratt, and consider the urgency early missionaries felt.

President Camille N. Johnson shares about participating in a community baby shower, and President Porter posts about honoring baptismal covenants

The Relief Society was organized March 17, 1842.

Those efforts include extensive reductions in water use and a donation of 20,000 acre-feet of water shares.

Elder Paul V. Johnson taught BYU students that they, who were born not too long ago, “now are ready to right wrongs, do God’s work, preach the truth and make a difference in the world.”

“Engaging children through actions, visuals, song and opportunities to share will lay a doctrinal foundation of the gospel of Jesus Christ,” writes the Primary general presidency.