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Church Creates 2 New Stakes, Reorganizes Others in February

by LDS Church News | From the Church

Learn about the new stakes that have been created in Nigeria and Brazil, as well as three others that have ...


Relief Society book teaches men about role of women

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

President Dale Cook reaches for his copy of the new Relief Society history, Daughters in My Kingdom: the Hi...


Elder Renlund Dedicates Barbados for Missionary Work, Blesses the People—Living and Deceased

by LDS Church News | From the Church

“T he Lord directed the blessing that I pronounced on this country,” Elder Renlund said. “He will see that ...


First Presidency Calls 8 New Mission Presidents to Serve in Hong Kong, France + More

by LDS Church News | From the Church Mormon Life

From Hong Kong to France and Indonesia to Colombia, learn more about the mission presidents and their ...


Church Makes Changes to Young Women Camp Program

by LDS Church News | From the Church Mormon Life

“What we hope will be one of the major changes with using the Young Women Camp Guide is the involvement of ...

Sacramento stake is honored as Civic Organization of the Year for Mormon Helping Hands project

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

On Oct. 29, the Volunteer Center of Sacramento recognized the Sacramento California Stake with the 2010 Vol...


In Japan disaster's wake, members search and care for others

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Yumiko Yoshiki was standing in her home on March 11 when the shaking started and things around her began to...

Video: Days of 47 parade from 1947 in color

by LDS Church News | Everything Else


Latter-day Saints in Hawaii net funds for Haiti relief effort

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

A group of Mormons in the Kaneohe 2nd Ward, Kaneohe Hawaii Stake — in an attempt to heed the First Presiden...


Temple Quickly Rising in Philadelphia

by LDS Church News | News from Utah

The Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple is rising and changing the city’s skyline nearly three years after gro...