LDS Family Services partners with

To ease the process of adoption, LDS Family Services has partnered with, one of the world’s largest online adoption agencies, says LDS Family Services has agreed to pay the fees from for members who meet the qualifying criteria.

LDS Church calls for balance in gay and religious rights

BYU-Hawaii students said the LDS Church’s press release concerning its position on religious and gay rights on Jan. 27 was a good reminder about loving others despite differences.

Prison inmates contribute to family history indexing

BYU-Hawaii students said the family history indexing program for prison inmates is a great way to help the church, genealogy efforts, and the inmates themselves.

The Year in Church News

WORLD • President Henry B. Eyring in the Vatican: In November, the Catholic Church hosted various religious leaders and scholars representing 14 faiths and 23 countries to discuss men, women and marriage.

LDS Honolulu Mission recognized for service in Pearl Harbor

The USS Missouri Memorial Association presented a plaque made from the original deck of the USS Missouri, or Mighty Mo, to representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Dec.

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