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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.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

After nearly 60 years, Latter-day Saint sisters learned the unexpected good that came from their teenage misadventure.

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.

All five general sessions, including the Saturday evening session, are for all audiences.

“General Conference Activities for Children and Youth” is a resource available on the Church’s website in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

As a young girl, Utah’s Kennady McQueen used to watch the NCAA Tournament with her family. Now the Latter-day Saint is living out her dream of playing in the “Big Dance.”

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

A statistician and the BYU academic vice president, Reese almost left BYU as a new freshman in 1989; a brief meeting with another BYU president changed the course of his life.

Since his inauguration in September 2014, BYU has grown and adapted while staying true to its mission.

BYU President Kevin J Worthen has served for nine years and will complete his time as BYU’s 13th president on May 1.

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

Learn about the April 2023 general conference schedule, in-person attendance, ways to watch or listen live, ideas to prepare and how to follow online.

Latter-day Saint Josie Williams was a 3-year starter at Utah Valley University before transferring to Louisville, where she has grown as a player and person.

The Relief Society general presidency, Sheri Dew and Irene Caso will be keynote speakers for the May event.

During the 2-day “Gathering of Tribes” in Arizona, participants attended the temple, took part in traditional dances, had a youth gathering and listened to speakers on the Book of Mormon and gathering of Israel.

After falling short in the Western Athletic Conference tournament, Mark Madsen’s Utah Valley University men’s basketball team will play New Mexico in the 32-team National Invitational Tournament.

Former BYU quarterback Jaren Hall spoke with news media at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine. Here is what he said about his faith and why he belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

How a helicopter pilot and bishop in California helped to organize interfaith effort to bring supplies and relief to help snowed-in residents in Lake Arrowhead.

The study provides some empirical evidence that supports what Church leaders have long taught about participation in family history.

The first Friend to Friend event of 2023 featured videos, music and messages about divine identity.

The 26-year-old full-time missionary passed away in the hospital after feeling ill.

Youth of all faiths can submit original expressions of how Jesus Christ is their strength.

Even with college basketball success, Mark Madsen says, “My family comes first.”

A Latter-day Saint ward organized a ‘Strive to Be’ activity to help parents and leaders to support youth in personal development.