Trent Toone

Trent Toone is a journalist for the Deseret News, where he writes for a variety of feature sections. Toone was raised in Northern Utah and graduated from the University of Utah in 2003. He has worked for several newspapers and received many awards over his journalism career.

Toone is the author of "No Excuses, No Regrets," the sports biography of NFL football player Eric Weddle. He served an LDS mission to Santiago, Chile, and spent a year teaching seminary. Like his father before him, he is a proud Eagle Scout.

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What does it take to coordinate thousands of ushers in order to host the hundreds of thousands of visitors at the Ogden Utah Temple open house?
Utah State head coach Matt Wells and other coaches discuss how honoring their Christian beliefs helps them to be better football coaches.
NFL and college football coaches talk about how they balance serving in the LDS Church with the demands of coaching football.
Southern Utah football coach Ed Lamb is not a Mormon, yet he attends and serves in his Cedar City LDS ward each week. The coach has been investigating the LDS Church since he played at Ricks College in 1992.
Justin Anderson coaches the wide receivers and tight ends while also carrying the title of assistant head coach at Nicholls State. Anderson also serves as the LDS bishop of his Louisiana ward.
Directors, producers and actors of the Saints and Soldiers franchise came together in July to promote its new movie, "The Void," and tape a roundtable discussion celebrate the series.
Actor Danor Gerald, an LDS convert, is the star of "Saints and Soldiers: The Void."
Members of the LDS Church reflect on memories of serving at the Portland Oregon Temple, which was dedicated 25 years ago.
While celebrating the organization of the first two stakes in Cambodia, former missionaries share stories of church growth in this unique country in southeast Asia.
After walking through the newly renovated Ogden Utah Temple, open house visitors will be able to ask questions and learn more about the role of temples in a reception tent at the end of the tour.