Even though this pandemic is not what we wanted or expected, God has prepared his children and his church for this time. This virus did not catch Heavenly Father by surprise. With his help, we will move forward and upward. We will be better as a result, the savior and his gospel message are the pathway to a brighter future. Our best days are ahead of us, not behind us. God has something unimaginable in mind for us.
Elder Renlund discusses the hunger members of the Church feel to return to temples worldwide following their temporary closure due to COVID-19.
Come Follow Me (Insights into Alma Alma 53–63)
ProjectProtect—in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah Health and Latter-day Saint Charities
Elder Jeffrey Holland is a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. An educator and administrator, he…
How the Salt Lake Temple Renovation Project has moved ahead in spite of the unforeseen challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and earthquake. See the latest update on the seismic upgrade finial and Moroni statue removal and foundation strengthening process that turns a pioneer-era rock foundation something as strong as modern-day concrete.
The Church authorized some meetings and activities to be resumed on a limited basis using a careful, phased approach.
Join Jenny and John for #ComeFollowMe Live! Mosiah 11–17 “A Light … That Can Never Be Darkened” Share your thoughts and learnings in the comments.
Beginning Monday, May 11, 2020, living husband-and-wife sealing ordinances will be performed in selected temples for members who have been previously endowed. These sealings will be conducted with a minimum number of temple staff, and a limited number of participants, according to local government restrictions. As changing restrictions and local conditions allow, the Temple Department will authorize the reopening of additional temples and expanded opportunities will be made available for receiving living child-to-parent sealings and own-endowment ordinances, as well as participation in proxy ordinances.
As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in Utah last month, health care professionals began to prepare for a surge of sick patients and a converse decrease in protective medical gear for those who would treat them. To find a solution, they turned to a most unlikely place — the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.