Sarah Petersen
Sarah Sanders Petersen writes for the Faith and Family sections on DeseretNews.com. Sarah received a bachelorís degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in editing from Brigham Young University. During her time at BYU, Sarah worked as a reporter for BYUís Daily Universe, and an editor for Stowaway magazine. She completed internships with the Mormon Times section of Deseret News as well as the New Era magazine. Sarah currently resides in Utah County with her husband.

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One young man decided to surprise his mother after serving as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Czech Republic.
Cast members for the 2016 "Saturday's Warrior" motion picture reboot were announced Tuesday, including popular LDS artist Alex Boye.
In the first video of the series "12 Steps to Change," produced by the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services, a man named David shares his personal story of addiction and the importance of honesty during recov...
In a new video series, "12 Steps to Change," the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services highlight the help that is available through the LDS Addiction Recovery Program.
The Mormon Channel released a trailer Friday promoting a new video series, "12 Steps to Change," which details The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Addiction Recovery Program.
There are few things 84-year-old Calvin Goulding likes better than driving and attending LDS temples. That's why when his wife of 57 years died, Goulding decided to hit the road and visit every open temple in t...
Kevin Olusola has found a lot of success for a 26-year-old, but he's never forgotten the two things that brought him to where he is today: faith and family.
LDS musician and Utah resident Alex Boye will once again be featured on NBC's "America's Got Talent."
"BYU" and "Porn Kills Love" were two messages that may have attracted the attention of Utahns Wednesday during Neon Tree's performance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers."
For the first time in the 72-year history of the Days of '47 Royalty Pageant, all three winners of the competition are returned missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.