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Tornado damage extensive: More than 3,000 volunteers get to work

by LDS Church News | Everything Else

Over the past decade Ron Harmon, president of the Birmingham Alabama Stake, has traveled throughout the Sou...


Mission president gives Alabama tornado relief update

by Alabama Birmingham Mission | Everything Else

Jeni and I took Elder Bluth to the Bessemer Stake Center for an early morning Sacrament Meeting for the vol...


Hurricane Preparedness

by Emergency Essentials | Preparedness

"Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy." -Max Mayfield, Former Directo...

Mission leader keeps in contact during Alabama tornadoes

by LDS Church News | Everything Else

Some 70 missionaries from the Alabama Birmingham Mission found themselves potentially in the path of the Ap...


Mormon Helping Hands aid neighbors in tornado-ravaged southern U.S.

by Newsroom | Everything Else

Latter-day Saints have pitched in to help their neighbors in the wake of the deadliest tornadoes to hit the...


Lethal tornadoes impact lives of Latter-day Saints

by LDS Church News | Everything Else

Just hours before some 150 tornadoes touched down April 27 across six states in the U.S. South — carving a ...


Cleanup after Alabama tornado an interfaith effort

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Less than four days after a tornado ripped through the area and after a short 7 a.m. sacrament meeting on t...


Tornadoes knock out power in Alabama but not spirit of service

by Deseret News | Everything Else

As May 1 came and went, several hundred thousand people were still without power in Alabama, primarily in t...


How to help those in Japan without spending a dime

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

It’s hard to watch the news. People are dead and dying, without homes and hope. Especially right now, the J...


Church statement concerning storms in the South

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

Statement from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the storms in the South: Our thoughts and...