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The second stop on its multiyear, multination tour will take the choir to the Philippines for the first time.

Students, faculty and staff have remained safe, with the center’s evacuation coming one week after the conflict in southern Israel began on Oct. 7.

“We affirm that He calls upon all of us to love our neighbors as ourselves, and we pray for a peaceful resolution of all conflicts,” statement says.

Delegates from several African nations took a tour of the Ghana Missionary Training Center while others attended the annual symposium on law and religion at BYU.

Church support helps women and children fleeing domestic violence at House of Hope.

Saturday’s Hamas attack was not targeted at Jerusalem, but BYU Jerusalem Center leaders have contingency plans in place to keep students safe.

Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii cites 60th anniversary “treasures, examples” by honoring 14 “living treasures” and eight others for “exemplary service.”

The Church is working with ShelterBox, Islamic Relief and UNHCR to get relief to thousands of people affected by last year’s flooding in Pakistan.

Members of a Swahili branch of the Church in Twin Falls, Idaho, attended general conference and met Sister J. Anette Dennis of the Relief Society general presidency.

Project Hope provided a new outpatient health clinic in Kyiv region with Church support.

Hungarian President Katalin Novák discussed faith and family at BYU and received a copy of the Book of Mormon at Church headquarters.

“You are welcome in Africa,” Cardinal said in a meeting with Elder Ronald A. Rasband.

President Oaks, President Eyring and Elder Soares greeted Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa of the Independent State of Samoa, in the Church Administration Building.

All nine sisters testify of Christ, teach to children, youth, young adults and women in the Americas, Africa and Pacific

In the past several months, the Church of Jesus Christ has donated money to promote health and child nutrition, provided supplies for schools and hospitals, and given funds to help after natural disasters all over the world.

The latest version of the Church’s World Report includes updates on leader ministries, temples milestones and humanitarian efforts.

The combined donation to the World Food Programme and UNHCR is in response to the urgent humanitarian crisis.

The annual family history conference takes place Feb. 29-March 2, 2024, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Education has always been a fundamental belief of the gospel of Jesus Christ, explained Elder Christofferson, Elder Rasband and President Johnson in Latin American devotional.

The women leaders visited several countries in the Pacific this month, focusing on ministering to children and youth.

Sister Taylor Erin Maw, of Washington state, died in the hospital of an undetermined illness

From new classrooms with desks and tables to washrooms from Zambia to Peru, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has helped improve learning environments in schools in several countries in Africa and South America.

Entire families are lost after catastrophic flooding swept through the coastal city of Derna, Libya, in North Africa.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is partnering with local agencies to provide relief after 6.8 magnitude quake struck Morocco.

The Church has many resources to guide individuals and families in planning ahead before a disaster strikes.

Jesus Christ’s “teachings are the guiding light that illuminates our path,” Latter-day Saint testified during an interfaith event hosted by a Pope Francis during first-ever papal visit to Mongolia.

The country’s first chapel is on the way, the stake may soon split and more members are receiving temple blessings.

BYU coach wanted players to learn from the life of Krešimir Ćosić, who not only starred in basketball but also helped the Church in his homeland and was an ambassador to the U.S.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints organized its fifth congregation in Cuba in May. The Church is slowly but steadily growing in the Caribbean nation.

New boreholes from the Church will help villages access water in the country of Gambia in West Africa.