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See photos from the 2023 Church Music Festival, which this year focused on Kenya.

Brother Bradley R. Wilcox was a keynote speaker during the Utah Coalition Against Pornography’s 4th Annual Rally for Hope & Healing on Nov. 11, 2023.

Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé offers encouragement and resources in a new “Hear Him” video from the Church.

“Becoming a cheerful giver takes time. It happens as we learn that true happiness comes from making others happy,” Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Each child of God has the capacity and potential to “grow into the principle of revelation” and receive heavenly help.

Latter-day Saint Wayne Ursenbach is a veteran of World War II. He will turn 100 years old in less than a month.

This week on social media, President Nelson shares about his recovery; President Oaks on Hispanic pioneers and their legacy, and Elder Gong and Elder Soares point to the uniting influence of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

The festival typically features original compositions by members, but this year, the focus is on worldwide music.

Giving-focused vending machines to be in 61 locations across the U.S. and around the world, with options to donate online.

BYU offensive lineman Jake Eichorn tells about his recent decision to join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

This Church News video, titled “Across the Isle,” features Elder Matthew S. Holland and the Rev. Dr. Andrew Teal talking about their friendship and the discussions they shared about their disciplines and perspectives.

In the opening event of Ensign College’s Career Week, Bishop Keith B. McMullin taught students three daily routines they can practice to fulfill their lives’ missions.

Church News sat down with the Sunday School general presidency to learn what teacher council meetings for parents are, how wards should conduct them and how these councils can bless parents.

FamilySearch implemented record search changes a year ago but those changes are now feature prominently on the website’s homepage.

BYU professor Jenet Erickson testifies of “The Grand Story of Our Eternal Family,” during BYU–Pathway Worldwide devotional.

In a devotional at Brigham Young University, Elder Gary B. Sabin spoke of graduating with honor from mortal life.

“Come, Follow Me” for Nov. 6-12 covers Hebrews 7-13, which includes writings on faith, chastening and the Melchizedek priesthood.

Rev. Dr. Andrew Teal, Elder Matthew S. Holland and President David Checketts embarked on a journey that led to a “blossoming of connection with God’s children.”

This year’s celebration at the Conference Center included songs, dances from multiple countries.

No matter what people have accomplished in the past, life is an ongoing quest to be better — including better spiritually to be gentler, more hopeful and, more loving, Lloyd Newell observes in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word.” Watch it here.

Besides seeing others as God sees them, do we also pause to see ourselves as God sees us?

President Henry B. Eyring shares about the death of his wife, President M. Russell Ballard posts an update on his health, and other leaders share their experiences of ministry trips.

Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square music director Mack Wilberg debuted new music during the orchestra’s fall concert — the group’s first featured concert in four years. See photos of the concert.

This Church News video, titled “A Sacred Bridge,” features the Rev. Dr. Andrew Teal, whose mission is to grow unity between faiths through understanding.

Brazil and Spain included with Latin American countries in this year’s celebration at the Conference Center.

Rebecca and Issac Goeckeritz share how Christ is the source of hope and strength.

Brother and Sister Tanner speak during Halloween forum about honoring the dead — or the past builders of BYU.

In the first in a two-part series, Elder Holland and the Rev. Teal are joined by guest host Sheri Dew to discuss interfaith friendship and community building.

The lessons that Holly Richardson learned about the wisdom and love of God from her toddler’s tantrum.

“Come, Follow Me” for Oct. 30-Nov. 5 includes writings on hope, the priesthood and how Jesus Christ “is able to succour them that are tempted” (Hebrews 2:18).