The LDS Church leader visited three refugee camps and checked on the progress of long-standing partnerships with international humanitarian organizations to provide aid during the worst humanitarian crisis of the century.
Like most girls her age, 6-year-old Simone Bird loves princesses. Her favorites are Cinderella and Elsa. But unlike most girls, Simone has cancer. Neighborhood teens sponsored a princess party to show her their love.
A month ago, Maddison Jones, a young woman from Orem, was involved in a horrible car accident that left her in a coma. The response on social media has kept her mother and siblings full of hope. It is the story of a remarkable outpouring of faith.
Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife Susan visited Ebola-free Liberia to demonstrate it is safe for LDS missionary work. Missionaries began to return to the country in September after a yearlong absence.
Sister Ruth Raelene Hill, the wife of the president of the LDS Church's Ghana Accra West Mission, Norman C. Hill, died Sunday from a medical condition. The Hills are from Klein, Texas, and had been serving together in Ghana since July 2013.
Tracking technology is more common than you may think. For those who carry a smartphone around all day, knowledge of a single password could show a hacker where you live, work and play. It can also give him access to countless other online accounts.
Elder Dallin H. Oaks suggested Tuesday replacing the metaphor of a "wall of separation" between church and state with a "curtain" that defines boundaries but is not a barrier to the passage of light, love and mutual support from one side to another.