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What does it take to put on the Hill Cumorah Pageant? Here's a look at the 2019 production The Hill Cumorah Pageant tells the story of the Book of Mormon and Christ visiting the Americas. The pageant's final year will be held in 2020.
A scene from the Hill Cumorah Pageant depicts Abinadi from the Book of Mormon. The pageant ran July 11-13 and 16-20, 2019, on the hillside next to the Hill Cumorah Visitors' Center in Manchester, New York.
Video: Civil rights activist quotes stirring version of 'Come, Come, Ye Saints' and what it symbolizes for the NAACP At the 110th NAACP convention, Reverend Amos C. Brown proclaimed the similarities he's found between different religions and races and how those similarities bring hope and love to children of God everywhere.
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and his wife Sister Wendy Nelson share a laugh with Reverend Theresa Dear and Dr. Amos Brown at the 110th annual national convention for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Detroit on Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Boyd Matheson: 'It can be well with this nation' if we lock arms as children of God Songs with similar words, sung to vastly different tunes, in distinctively unique organizations have harmonized the love of God and raised the sacred strains that come from loving our neighbors as ourselves.
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints embraces the Rev. Amos C. Brown at the 110th annual national convention for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Detroit on Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Video: President Nelson, NAACP leaders explain what their partnership is really about Watch this video on how the growing relationship between The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the NAACP is about helping all of God's children.
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and his wife Sister Wendy Nelson share a laugh with Reverend Theresa Dear and Dr. Amos Brown at the 110th annual national convention for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Detroit on Sunday, July 21, 2019.
Boyd Matheson: 'Come, Follow Me' is more than a course of study — it's an invitation Latter-day prophets recognize that “Come, Follow Me” is more than a course of study — it is an invitation for members and non-members alike to know the Savior Jesus Christ, understand His atoning sacrifice and feel His redeeming love in
A study of the scriptures, supported by the new resource "Come, Follow Me — For Individuals and Families," is the suggested course of gospel study at home.
New FamilySearch's interactive online experience, quiz links users with pioneer children The FamilySearch Pioneer Children Online Activity — which includes a quiz, short stories and biographical information on those who crossed the plains between ages newborn to 18 — is now available.
One of several "personality trait" responses — with the name and age of a pioneer child matching the trait and accompanying brief experience — for users of the new FamilySearch Pioneer Children Online Activity.
Music and the Spoken Word: Does it seem like you can't keep going? This is what it takes to succeed Every Sunday, "The Music and the Spoken Word" is shared by the Tabernacle Choir and announcer Lloyd Newell.
This painting depicts pioneers entering the Salt Lake Valley through Emigration Canyon in July 1847.
Sissel sings with heart at Tabernacle Choir's Pioneer Day concert, explains what you didn't know about Disney's 'Frozen' The cultures of Scandinavian and Nordic pioneers played a large focus in The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square's annual Pioneer Day concert, "Music for a Summer Evening," featuring guest artist Sissel, on July 19.
Special guest Sissel sings with the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square during their annual Pioneer Day concert at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, July 19, 2019.
Latter-day Saints spread 'light' during Manhattan blackout. Here's what they thought about the experience A group of Latter-day Saints had planned on singing at Carnegie Hall, but had to evacuate due to a blackout. Now, videos of them singing in the Big Apple have been viewed millions of times.
Crowds gather on the street in Manhattan, New York, to hear musicians from Millennial Choirs and Orchestras sing on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
Sarah Jane Weaver: What I know now that I learned from a little girl on a high dive Each of us find ourselves at different times standing on the edge of a high dive. In those moments of discouragement, may we all look forward with faith and take a determined leap.
Years before her death, Katy Doak, right, attends a party with her friend, Elizabeth Weaver.
A look at the 90 year impact of 'Music and the Spoken Word' — the longest running continuous radio program On July 14, "Music and the Spoken Word" celebrated its 90th anniversary and its legacy as the longest running continuous national radio program in the U.S. Here's a look at the history of the broadcast and its impact over the last nine decades.
Conductor Mack Wilberg works with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square in Salt Lake City on Sunday, July 14, 2019, during a rehearsal for the 90th anniversary of "Music and the Spoken Word." The broadcast originally began in 1929, making "Music and the Spoken Word" the longest running continuously broadcast network program in the United States.
Music and the Spoken Word: What 90 years of the Tabernacle Choir's broadcast has brought to the world Music and the Spoken Word, which features the Tabernacle Choir, is celebrating its 90th year of broadcasting.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the Salt Lake Tabernacle in 1929. The choir began broadcasting Music and the Spoken Word 90 years ago, making it the longest continuously broadcast network program in history.
'You can't fake love': An inside look at how refugees in Rome and Latter-day Saints are coming together in an extraordinary way The Friendship Center in Rome, Italy, provides an opportunity for refugees to take classes that promote self-reliance and to feel hope that 'things are going to get better.'
Somalian refugee Fardusa Osman attends intermediate Italian language class at St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church in Rome, Italy, on Thursday, March 7, 2019. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints partners with the Catholic church to help refugees.
BYU updates Honor Code website. Here's what you need to know On June 10, the Church-owned Brigham Young University updated its Honor Code website with additional resources and information regarding Honor Code Office procedures.
A campus sign at the entrance of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Professional counselor shares 5 tips to improve family relationships Mark D. Ogletree, a licensed professional counselor and BYU associate professor, shares 5 practical, gospel-centered principles on how to improve family relationships.
Mark D. Ogletree, a licensed professional counselor, shared applicable, gospel-centered advice for families in a recent series of presentations to BYU Alumni Chapters in Nebraska, California and Texas.
2 missionaries talk about returning home early and how loved ones can help Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and early returned missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints share advice for those who return home early and feel they don't belong when they get home.
Missionary returning home early
Music and the Spoken Word: In harmony with others There are many things in life that can be done alone. But then there are other things — some of the most beautiful — that simply can’t be done alone.
Wyoming Valley Barbershop Quartet singers, from the left; Steve Mansour, Ralph Gillespie. Ted Rebennack and Phil Brown, sing Valentines Day songs for residents at Village At Greenbriar Assisted living facility, in Dallas, Pa., Wednesday Feb.14, 2018. (Mark Moran/The Citizens' Voice via AP)
6 characteristics to help young women see leadership as a sacred responsibility As we study the Savior's pattern of leadership, through His example, we will be better able to help our young women succeed in their leadership responsibilities, writes the Young Women general presidency.
Young Women camp of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints