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Many are asking how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been helping refugees in Europe. The Church has developed a tested and proven model for identifying needs and providing assistance by empowering local leaders to use the Church’s financial resources to purchase goods and services in the local economy to provide what is truly needed.

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Changing Lives with Wheelchair Donations Around the World

Wheelchairs provide mobility, and happiness to recipients around the world.

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They Knew Who We Were

In the summer of 2020, BYU administrators invited a respected research firm to conduct an analysis of BYU Athletics to better understand its role within the Church Educational System. The firm came back with great news.

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Discovering the Culture of Christ

Culture is like a forest, where individuals are likened to the uniqueness of an individual tree,” says business professor Simon Greathead, who has invited his students to discover “culture of Christ” characteristics in general conference addresses.

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Combining Culture with Counseling

Inspiring learning moves students to help each one follow their own path. For Bango Gancinia that path is to combine cultural heritage with counseling to better serve minorities.

Bishop L. Todd Budge

Philanthropies

Instruments in God's Hands

Several years ago, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, who was then the Second Counselor in the First Presidency, told of a large statue of Jesus Christ that was damaged during World War II. The statue was an important symbol of the faith of the people who lived in that city, and they asked experts to repair their beloved statue.

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Philanthropies

Inviting Families to Experience the Joy of Giving

How can your family be inspired while blessing the lives of others?

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Françoise's "Life-Giving Fish": Treating Anemia Around the World

Latter-day Saing Charities and Care have been working together to improve nutrition and food security in southeastern Benin by distributing the Lucky Iron Fish to help eliminate anemia.

Sister Alyssa Chamberlain

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Finding a New Groove

As Sister Alyssa Chamberlain prayed about serving a mission, she felt that she had to trust that God would make things work.

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Surprised, Inspired, and Immersed

The first time I toured the Beehive House, one room took my breath away. That room, like many other blessings from God, surprised me and then inspired me.

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Five Years of Inspiring Learning

The report card is in — inspiring learning is changing lives.

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BYU

Student-Created Device Helps Young Violinist

Adia Cardona is a 10-year-old violinist who has exceptional skill for her age and the determination to match it. The young Provo girl also has just one hand.

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Welcome Back

Jeff Simpson sees BYU Broadcasting as a media organization that provides audiences something more than just clean, family-friendly entertainment.