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First Interior Renderings Released for Washington D.C. Temple

First Interior Renderings Released for Washington D.C. Temple

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released information regarding an open house, youth devotional and rededication for the soon-to-be-completed renovation of the Washington D.C. Temple.   The rededication of the temple will be held on Sunday, December 13, 2020, in three sessions. Prior to the rededication, a public open house will be held from …

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President Nelson Invites the World to Hear Voice of the Lord

President Nelson Invites the World to Hear Voice of the Lord

To help prepare the world to celebrate the 200 anniversary of the First Vision, President Russell M. Nelson, Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has issued a new invitation. In a special video, President Nelson speaks directly and shares some of his thoughts on Jesus Christ and Joseph Smith. He then invites all to ponder how …

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New Videos Shows Church Distributing Light the World Donations

New Videos Shows Church Distributing Light the World Donations

After raising more than $6.3 million for charity throughout the Christmas season, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint has released a video showing many of the funds being delivered around the world. The video also highlights the benefits these donations are having to the recipients. The money was raised by the Church’s Giving Machines as part of it’s …

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President and Sister Oaks Host Face to Face Event with Youth

President and Sister Oaks Host Face to Face Event with Youth

“We want to know how the children and youth program is going,” said President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. President Oaks and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, hosted a Face to Face worldwide broadcast for the youth that originated on Temple Square in Salt Lake City on Sunday, …

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Coronavirus Causes 2 Temple Closures, Continues to Impact Missionaries

Coronavirus Causes 2 Temple Closures, Continues to Impact Missionaries

According to an updated news release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the coronavirus continues to impact both missionaries and members of the faith in Asia. Two temples, the Taipei Taiwan Temple and Seoul Korea Temple, are closing temporarily. In some areas of the world, members have been instructed not to gather for weekly Sabbath day meetings …

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Pioneer47 To Be Replaced – Church Launches New WiFi Network

Pioneer47 To Be Replaced - Church Launches New WiFi Network

In a small bit of news first announced in a letter to leaders and shared by Church News, a change has come to wifi network available in meetinghouses and other buildings for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The current password for the Church’s worldwide network, Pioneer47, has been used for many years and has even become a …

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A Look Inside the New General Handbook for Church Leaders and Members

A Look Inside the New General Handbook for Church Leaders and Members

The new handbook for leaders and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (first announced in January) is now available in English online and in the Gospel Library app. Nine of the 38 chapters have been completely rewritten, and one section of another chapter has been updated. See the summary of the changes below. Also see a …

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Church Releases Statement on “Use of the Lord’s Sacred Funds”

Church Releases Statement on "Use of the Lord's Sacred Funds"

In a new statement posted on Church Newsroom, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints discusses how the sacred funds of the Church are used. The full text of the article is below: In 1991, then Church President Gordon B. Hinckley said, “The tithes of the Church are sacred. They are appropriated in the manner set forth by the …

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All Latter-Day Saint Missionaries Removed from Liberia

All Latter-Day Saint Missionaries Removed from Liberia

After the economic conditions in Liberia have worsened, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced all missionaries will be temporarily transferred from the country. The full statement from Church spokesman Daniel Woodruff reads: Economic conditions in Liberia have continued to deteriorate, leading to increased difficulties in obtaining basic supplies and conducting missionary work. For this reason, The …

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Saints: Volume 2 Now Available, Highlights Sacrifice of Early Saints

'Saints' Volume Two to Be Released in February 2020

The second volume of Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days is now available for purchase. The digital version is also available for free in the Church History section of the Gospel Library app. Readers will find themselves moved by the volume’s countless stories of sacrifice. Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of …

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