It’s hard to believe this year is coming to a close. Some of us can barely remember what happened last week, let alone 11 months ago! So let’s take a walk down memory lane together and look back at some of the big changes and announcements from the Church and First Presidency in 2022.
This new booklet was written with collaboration from respected Muslim leaders to help foster understanding and respect.
All new employees who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be required to hold and be worthy to hold a current temple recommend.
Only 23 Church members live in The Gambia, 11 of whom were baptized within the past week. Elder Christofferson testified that God is anxious to bless the whole country.
Nearly two years after the Church’s historic sites were closed due to COVID-19, all sites are now once again fully open to the public.
New missionaries no longer need a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter the Provo MTC. Masks are also optional for missionaries training at the facility.
“Now that more people are immunized, we are pleased to announce that temples throughout the world will gradually return to more normal operations.”
The Church just announced new area leadership assignments. With this came the news of the creation of two missions and a new area—all on European soil.
As temples around the world continue to return to full operation, leaders of the Church announced another important step forward.
For anyone who submits tithing and fast offering donations online, some of the donation categories and options may look a little different now.
President Russell M. Nelson announced 17 temples during the Sunday afternoon session of the April 2022 general conference.
The new guide, “For the Strength of Youth: A Guide for Making Choices,” is based on gospel principles, agency and inspiration.
A new official Church notice reads, “Except for stake presidents and bishops, all married members called to YSA positions should be considered for release.”
Let’s take a look back at some of our best (and your favorite) stories from our team over the last 12 months.
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Whether you want to listen to something soothing or upbeat, here are our top five staff picks for favorite songs from Latter-day Saint artists in 2022.
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