After the Savior was judged by Pontius Pilate within the confines of the palace of Herod, Pilate again brought Jesus before the Jewish leaders.
As Pilate exclaimed Christ’s innocence, the Jewish leaders asked that his blood be upon them. Ironically, the word “atone” means to cover.Read More
VIDEO: A quick history of the Christus statue and how it came to be in Salt Lake City and Rome (credit Deseret News)
How a replica of a Danish artist’s statue, which was quarried from stone in Carrara, Italy, was replicated for Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, and how new replicas of the Christus and statues of the Twelve Apostles were created for a new visitors’ center at the Rome Italy Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Read More
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met with Pope Francis inside the Vatican , the first meeting between a Latter-day Saint president and a pope. President Nelson also spoke at a special youth devotional and presided at the Rome Temple cornerstone ceremony.Read More
Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 7 study aids: February 11–17, 2019; John 2–4 (Ye Must Be Born Again)
See some of the great material that supplements your learning for the “Ye Must Be Born Again” Come, Follow Me Lesson.Read More
Come, Follow Me lesson aids: January 28–February 3; Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3 (PREPARE YE THE WAY OF THE LORD)
This is post 3 of 25 in the series “Come, Follow Me 2019” Official LDS lesson material...Read More
How can religious leaders help people embrace faith? The Pope’s personal biographer answers that question after interviewing Pres. Nelson
How can religious leaders help people embrace faith? That’s what we asked the Pope’s personal biographer after he interviewed President Russell M Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
His answer is a powerful description of “ministering.”Read More
During the South American leg of his ongoing Global Ministry Tour, President Russell M Nelson surprised an audience in Lima, Peru, by addressing them in Spanish (From The Church News)Read More
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