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For BYU’s inaugural Big 12 season, each away football game had a service project in conjunction with the BYU Alumni Association.

Sister Paramore, wife of the late Elder James M. Paramore, died Sunday, Nov. 26, at age 91.

Michigan offensive lineman Andrew Gentry is a giant on the field; off the field, he’s a leader in his Latter-day Saint congregation. Here’s how he is balancing it all.

After serving a Latter-day Saint mission, Utah safety Sione Vaki has become one of NCAA football’s most versatile players.

Lights, music and cultural traditions are on display through the end of 2023 on and around Temple Square in Salt Lake City.

A scripture helped remind her “that my Heavenly Father was with me every shot along the way.”

The Caribbean island saw a large response to International Day of Service through JustServe.

For the second straight year, the BYU men’s cross country team placed third in the NCAA cross-country championships while the BYU women’s team finished 14th.

A recent invitation issued by President Nelson to attend institute “is just another example ... of how much Heavenly Father loves His young adults.”

The feature, which finished launching this week, shows users how many names went to the temple as a result of indexing and review work that they contributed to.

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

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

Former leaders in Okinawa lost their fathers in World War II and now rejoice that a temple — the Okinawa Japan Temple — will grace their land.

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

A young man who received a wig in his own cancer journey joins in project to help in California’s Bay Area.

“The Church [in Okinawa] has come 360 degrees since then — from nothing to a temple,” he said.

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.

President Russell M. Nelson announced a temple for Mongolia in October general conference. “We feel the Lord’s love for His people,” a local leader said.

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

“I’m so excited to start a life as a bigger, happier family.” said Kristen Gardner.

Conducted in 2010, millions of Instagram users are learning about the study in 2023.

BYU business professor Jeff Bednar recently helped research the impact of “organizational ghosts.”

Hannah Speirs is a Latter-day Saint with Down Syndrome who likes to dance while working as an usher at Texas Rangers’ home baseball games.

Delia Rochon’s research led her to family she didn’t know she had. On Oct. 28, the cousins honored their shared ancestors with a new pioneer memorial.

David Dollahite, a professor in BYU’s School of Family Life, is a co-author of a new study exploring connections between religious practices and hope.

Parents and youth leaders are encouraged to teach principles from the theme, found in 3 Nephi 5:13, at home and at church throughout the year.

The BYU men’s and women’s cross-country teams are ready to compete in the school’s first-ever Big 12 championships.

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Issac and Rebecca Goeckeritz join the Church News podcast to share what they have learned while working with the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

Philadelphia Eagles’ punt returner Britain Covey, a Latter-day Saint returned missionary, was featured in a team video with his young family.