Church historian writes book on Kalaupapa, inspired by selfless service of others

Fred Woods, author of ‘‘Kalaupapa: The Mormon experience in an Exiled Community,” brought a message of community awareness and love for one another in his devotional on April 18.

LDS Church established in the Marquesas Islands through one mother’s faith

Ziella Kahiti Vivish O’Connor, born and raised in the LDS Church in Tahiti, said the journey of being the first and only member when she moved to the French Polynesian island of Marquesas was not always easy. 

General Conference renews dedication to living gospel, students say

BYU-Hawaii students said the 187th annual General Conference was personably applicable to anyone listening, regardless of circumstances.

Testimonies in honor of 187th anniversary of the first published Book of Mormon

The first Book of Mormon was published on March 26, 1830 according to the LDS Church website, and BYU-Hawaii students said their lives have been significantly impacted and changed because of it.

RootsTech inspires BYU-Hawaii students to share stories of success

After the RootsTech family history event in February, BYU-Hawaii students said they are excited and more involved in family history. The success they have achieved has helped them realize the joy of families, they said.              

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