Music and the Spoken Word: The most important and lasting power"The Music and the Spoken Word" is given by the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square and announcer Lloyd Newell.
Video: Civil rights activist quotes stirring version of 'Come, Come, Ye Saints' and what it symbolizes for the NAACPAt 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.
Boyd Matheson: 'Come, Follow Me' is more than a course of study — it's an invitationLatter-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
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.
A look at the 90 year impact of 'Music and the Spoken Word' — the longest running continuous radio programOn 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.
'You can't fake love': An inside look at how refugees in Rome and Latter-day Saints are coming together in an extraordinary wayThe 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.'