Women employed by the LDS Church may now wear pantsuits or slacks to work, men may remove suit jackets in hot weather and parental leave is available to all.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints could have a significant impact on the upcoming ballot initiative for medical marijuana in Utah.
Sister Barbara Ann Woodhead Winder, former Relief Society general president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died on June 25, at the age of 86. Known for her lifetime of Church service, Sister Winder was a powerful teacher who focused her ministry on helping others “Come unto Christ.”
New and refurbished facilities in the Hamilton, New Zealand suburb of Temple View—dedicated on 17 June 2017—will benefit thousands of people in the years ahead. This video will give you a little taste of what's to come.
Just before dawn at the base of the “Phare des Mamelles” lighthouse on a hill overlooking Senegal, Elder David A. Bednar offered a dedicatory prayer on May 22 on the people and land of the West African nation.
Presiding at the creation of the Senahu Guatemala Stake was a historic highlight of Elder Renlund’s recent travels across Central America. He and his wife, Sister Ruth L. Renlund, visited five nations—Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras—and met with thousands of members and missionaries.