President Russell M. Nelson is far from the first church president to make stirring announcements at general conference. Here are some of the more impactful moments in the long history of general conference.
We often hear about the thousands of young people serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but they’re not the only ones. There is a critical need for seniors as well — both singles and couples — serving at home and away.
In addition to a new model of weekly class organization and leadership, the worldwide church will retire the “Beehive,” “Mia Maid” and “Laurel” designation for age-specific classes held each Sunday at Latter-day Saint meetinghouses around the world.
Italy, with its striking ancient structures and home to Vatican City — the headquarters for more than a billion Catholics worldwide — now also has a temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gracing the landscape on the outskirts of Rome.
Under the direction of church President Russell M. Nelson, Elder Cook announced significant changes to the church’s Young Men organization, adult leadership positions in that organization on a ward and stake level and mid-week activities commonly known as “Mutual” across the world.
This documentary is about a boy from Southern India who was kidnapped from his family at a young age and ended up in a Christian orphanage. Taj Rowland was then adopted by a Utah family who knew nothing of the kidnapping. Follow his journey home.
Keira Farrimond, KSL TV | Updated Apr 7th - 4:00pm
In the slums of Nairobi, it may seem impossible to escape poverty, but several church members there are helping the kids of Kenya be fed, housed and happy. It begins with children, and it centers on education. Learn what's happening there.