August Articles

  • Viewpoint: The Sacred Ordinance of the Sacrament

    Posted: 31 August 2014

    Whether we are gathered by the hundreds in a large facility or with just a few others in perhaps a humble setting such as a member’s home, the sacrament ordinance, accompanied by the familiar prayers, should give us cause to ponder how blessed we are.  Full Story

  • Missionary Moment: Family History Work Blesses Man 32 Years Later

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    How one man’s conversion and reactivation to the Church through full-time and member missionary work served as a gateway to family history work decades later.  Full Story

  • New Exhibit Showcases Quilts from Pakistan and India

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    An ongoing, free exhibition at the BYU Museum of Art demonstrates that the practical, social, and aesthetic benefit of quilting is understood far beyond LDS society. Fabric of Belonging: Quilts from Pakistan and India showcases more than 50 colorful quilts from the arid regions of Sindh, Pakistan, and West India.  Full Story

  • New Stake Presidents Called

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    Notices of reorganized stakes throughout the Church.  Full Story

  • Elder Holland Reports Brazil Is “a Nation on the Move”

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    Elder Jeffrey R. Holland visited four cities in Brazil August 14–24—speaking to a wide variety of members and missionaries, training priesthood leaders, and visiting the Church’s Sao Paulo Missionary Training Center.  Full Story

  • President Uchtdorf Visits Provo City Center Temple Site

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    Putting a bright orange vest over his suit coat and wearing a hard hat, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf got an up-close look at the construction that is transforming the ruins of the Provo Tabernacle into the Provo City Center Temple.  Full Story

  • New Zealand Faith Leaders Embrace Unity

    Posted: 29 August 2014

    More than 700 leaders and members of several faiths joined together on Sunday, August 17, to remember the powerful influence religion has had, and continues to have, in shaping the values and character of the New Zealand city of Hamilton.  Full Story

  • Temple Rises in Philadelphia

    Posted: 28 August 2014

    The Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple is rising and changing the city’s skyline nearly three years after ground was broken in the historic downtown area.  Full Story