Help Others Build Family Connections

Help Others Build Family Connections

The Church's page "Help Others Build Family Connections" provides ideas on how to have conversations with your friends to help them begin to find their ancestors. It then explains how to use several activities to discover ancestors. The "Help Others Build Family...

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Updates to Gospel Topics and Translations Published

Updates to Gospel Topics and Translations Published

Many of the Gospel Topics have been updated and 90 entries have been published in Spanish and Portuguese. Later this year, topics will be available in seven more languages. Gospel Topics is an alphabetized list of hundreds of gospel principles, Church history events,...

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How to Show Videos without an Internet Connection

How to Show Videos without an Internet Connection

The Church's Gospel Media library (videos.ChurchofJesusChrist.org) has many videos you can play to help you teach gospel principles and enhance gospel lessons. However, streaming the video over the meetinghouse’s internet connection is not always a possibility. To...

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Exceptions to Dress Standards for Young Missionary Elders

Exceptions to Dress Standards for Young Missionary Elders

The Church has announced exceptions to the dress standards for young men serving as missionaries. Under the updated guidelines, the standard missionary attire is reemphasized, which includes a white shirt and tie and, in some areas, a suit coat. In approved teaching...

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4 Ways Faith Can Help You Cope With Grief

4 Ways Faith Can Help You Cope With Grief

The grief accompanying the loss of a loved one is as inevitable as death itself. Mourning is a painful process, but relying on God can help you get through it. If you or someone you care about is suffering with grief, read and share the article "How Can I Cope with...

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7 Journal Ideas to Help You Record Your Story

7 Journal Ideas to Help You Record Your Story

The FamilySearch blog has written 7 great ideas to help you record your story. We live in momentous times! As we experience what life brings, keeping a record of our activities and current events will help us, as well as our descendants, understand our experiences....

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Record More Than Birth and Death Dates in Family Tree

Record More Than Birth and Death Dates in Family Tree

As you search through historical records, it can be easy to focus mostly on dates, locations, and relationships. But one of the most rewarding parts of doing family history is discovering the stories of ancestors. Did you know there is a place on FamilySearch's Family...

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Find Printed Music from the Liahona in Many Languages

Find Printed Music from the Liahona in Many Languages

The music.ChurchofJesusChrist.org website has music that has been printed in the Liahona over the years in many languages. Access a playlist that includes music in most languages that have been published in the Liahona since 1990. On that page, you can click the...

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October 2020 General Conference Will Be Virtual Only

October 2020 General Conference Will Be Virtual Only

The October 2020 general conference sessions will follow the same pattern as the conference held in April of this year. The general sessions will be broadcast as usual, but will not be open to the public. Below is the text of the letter from the First Presidency,...

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Articles About Disabilities in the June Ensign Magazine

Articles About Disabilities in the June Ensign Magazine

The June 2020 Ensign has several articles about disabilities. Some of them appear in the printed edition and others are digital only (online and in the Gospel Library app). How Do I Talk to My Kids about Disabilities? What Church Leaders Are Saying about Disabilities...

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