Gordon Bitner Hinckley (June 23, 1910 – January 27, 2008) was an American religious leader and author who served as the 15th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from March 12, 1995, until his death. Considered a prophet, seer, and revelator by church members, Hinckley was the ...
Basic facts, newsroom links, and a biographical sketch of President Gordon B. Hinkcley.
On February 16, 1998, about 6,700 Latter-day Saints gathered at Independence Square in Accra, Ghana. They came to welcome their prophet, President Gordon B. Hinckley. He stood before them, with a smile on his face, and announced the long-awaited news that a temple would be built in their homeland. Elder Jeffrey R .
President Gordon B. Hinckley testifies of Jesus Christ and his love for the Master.
Jan 27, 2008 ... Official information about former LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley, including pictures, quotes, video clips, and links to his biographies and teachings .
Gordon B. Hinckley was divinely prepared to be a prophet. Raised in the Salt Lake City area, he was baptized by his father, Bryant, on April 28, 1919. After graduating from the University of Utah, he was called to serve a mission to Great Britain. After he returned, he altered his former plans to study journalism, and began a ...
"But such activity offers no challenge and makes no contribution." Gordon B. Hinckley, the venerable and beloved president and world leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was described by veteran 60 Minutes television journalist Mike Wallace as "a genuinely remarkable man ... (a) warm and thoughtful ...
Jan 28, 2008 ... Gordon B. Hinckley, the president and prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who led Mormonism through a period of global expansion, died Sunday at his home in Salt Lake City. He was 97. The church, which announced his death on its Web site, said a successor to Mr. Hinckley was ...
Dec 19, 2013 ... Gordon Bitner Hinckley was the fifteenth Prophet and President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon Church, as it is commonly known. He held that position from March 12, 1995 until January 27, 2008 when he died. He had served in a full-time capacity for the Church since 1958.