Quantcast

Faith

Ruby Girl: New website aims to give LDS young women a place to belong

When Elaine Dalton heard the vision for RubyGirl.org, she immediately voiced her support.

Choir begins 3-week European tour in Berlin, a city steeped in Cold War history

LDS Church News

In this city so steeped in Cold War history, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on June 29 performed an enthusiastically received concert, kicking off the beginning of a three-week tour in western Europe... Read more »

11 hours ago

Britain sees an increase in Anti-Muslim attacks

National Edition

A new report dedicated to a British politician assassinated after promoting religious diversity finds a sharp rise in anti-Muslim attacks in the U.K. Read more »

11 hours ago

2 comments

5 of the most unique and uncommon Bible editions and translations

National Edition

A number of unique Bible editions and translations offer the faithful uncommon tweaks and extra-added benefits, including conveying traditional Bible stories through emojis or pinpointing prophetic... Read more »

11 hours ago

0 comments

Find people to teach, says Elder Dallin H. Oaks during the 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents

LDS Church News

Finding people to teach remains the essential first step in teaching the gospel, declared Elder Dallin H. Oaks. Read more »

11 hours ago

Famous late-night talk show host reveals how a hug — and a prayer — profoundly changed his life

National Edition

James Corden, host of CBS's "The Late Late Show," is an Englishman who built a robust comedy career across the pond before finding success here in the U.S. But it's his personal story that's once... Read more »

12 hours ago

0 comments

In Israel, followers of different religions help each other keep the faith

National Edition

Stuart Levy, a nurse at a Jerusalem hospital, updates his ward’s work schedule several times a week, with staffers’ vacations, birthdays and more religious holidays than many people... Read more »

12 hours ago

0 comments

'Sin makes you stupid': Pastor's revelation and warning about how secret sin nearly destroyed his life

National Edition

A pastor who published a blog post on Relevant this week laying out the dire reasons why secret sins are destructive opened his piece with a stunning admission: "I resigned last week after... Read more »

12 hours ago

0 comments

LDS optometrist brings focus to Fiji

A Latter-day Saint optometrist and his wife from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, hold free clinics in LDS meetinghouses, community halls, schools and other locations in Fiji — bringing the nation... Read more »

13 hours ago

0 comments

Journalist's new book tackles 'darkness and tyranny' by offering a first-hand lens into Middle Eastern chaos

National Edition

Journalist Chris Mitchell has had a front-row seat to many of the events and conflicts in Iraq, Syria and beyond, with the rise of the Islamic State leading him to pen a book about the continued... Read more »

15 hours ago

0 comments

Defending the Faith: 2 ways of taking the gospel to others

How we model our beliefs may be more important than any words we ever say, although words, too, are essential to preaching the gospel. Read more »

22 hours ago

9 comments

LDS Church History Museum’s new online art exhibit titled 'Exceedingly Valiant for Courage'

A new online exhibit titled “Exceedingly Valiant for Courage” was recently launched by the Church History Museum of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints . Read more »

22 hours ago

0 comments

Overcoming their estrangement: How Orthodox churches came together

National Edition

The Great and Holy Council of the Eastern Orthodox churches concluded Sunday (June 26). There was no shortage of controversy leading up to the council. The churches of Bulgaria, Russia and Georgia... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

‘Defusing Hate’: Holocaust museum publishes a handbook

National Edition

Hoping to make the world safer, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has published a guidebook on countering dangerous speech, authored by a young American who helped quell intertribal... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

California bill would limit colleges’ religious exemptions

National Edition

A bill wending its way through the California Legislature would limit religious colleges’ ability to claim an exemption from federal Title IX regulations that bar discrimination against LGBT... Read more »

yesterday

7 comments

Evangelist Franklin Graham just issued this challenge to Hillary Clinton

National Edition

Franklin Graham expressed his disappointment over the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-3 decision on Monday that struck down Texas' controversial abortion law, but he also offered up a challenge to... Read more »

yesterday

12 comments

Pastor sets out on 'radical' mission to run 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 consecutive days — and the reason will inspire you

National Edition

Pastor Matthew Barnett is preparing for the most "radical" experience of his life. Barnett, founder of L.A. Dream Center, will run seven marathons on seven continents in seven consecutive days. And... Read more »

yesterday

2 comments

U.S. government: Visitors to national parks can use bathrooms that 'best align with their gender identity'

National Edition

The U.S. Department of the Interior confirmed this week that it allows visitors to America's national parks to use the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity, according to The Daily... Read more »

yesterday

7 comments

Mormon Helping Hands volunteer shares experience following West Virginia flooding

Meet Sonya. She’s a nurse. She helps people for a living. She was on her way to work on Thursday when floods hit her hometown of White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia. Read more »

yesterday

1 comment

Christianity has 'grown in the shadows' inside Cuba

National Edition

Christianity in Cuba has "grown in the shadows of culture for many years," but a number of organizations are working to help invigorate that growth by equipping and training pastors and churches,... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Legendary coach Pat Summitt felt called by God to do good work

National Edition

Pat Summitt, who coached at the University of Tennessee for 38 seasons, was diagnosed with dementia in 2011. Read more »

yesterday

1 comment

What's new: 'To Become Like God' shares how people can be more than they think

"To Become Like God" gives insight and clarity to the doctrine that man has great potential. Andrew Skinner helps readers see their true potential in mortality. Read more »

yesterday

3 comments

Tiffany Gee Lewis: How to get happiness at a bargain rate

Sure, you can buy happiness. The problem is, most of us try to buy it in the wrong places. Read more »

yesterday

4 comments

LDS singer/songwriter Nik Day releases original 'Miracle' album

LDS singer/songwriter Nik Day's "Miracles" album was released on June 3. The seven origianl songs on his new album are about having a personal relationship with God, he said. Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Picturing history: Kirtland Temple, a divine mandate

The Kirtland Temple is a structure of great historical significance to those interested in Latter-day Saint history. Owned and maintained by Community of Christ, it is a must see when visiting the... Read more »

yesterday

1 comment

BYU Olympian teaches optimism, overcoming trials in TEDxTalk (+video)

Kate Hansen is a student at Brigham Young University who competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics. In a TEDxTalk, she shares how her challenges helped her become a better Olympian. Read more »

June 28, 2016

0 comments

God? Meaning of life? Many Americans don't seek them in church

National Edition

LifeWay Research has taken a close look at what might draw them in, zeroing in on people who say they have not attended a religious service in the past six months except for holidays. Read more »

June 28, 2016

15 comments

Muslim women face threats online

National Edition

When Laila Alawa woke up on a recent morning, her phone wouldn’t stop pinging with Twitter notifications. Read more »

June 28, 2016

0 comments

Methodists nominate 3 openly gay candidates for bishop

National Edition

At its quadrennial meeting last month, the United Methodist Church decided not to take up contentious LGBT issues. But that’s not stopping its regional conferences from making decisions on... Read more »

June 28, 2016

0 comments

Long PBS piece calls Mormon welfare system huge, impressive

The PBS show "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly" highlighted the LDS Church's welfare system this week in a seven-minute report, providing details about the breadth of the program and describing its... Read more »

June 28, 2016

23 comments

Jewish-Iranian refugee who fled the Middle East for the U.S. is now running for Congress — and she could make history

National Edition

Anna Monahemi Kaplan, a Jewish-Iranian refugee who has lived in America for nearly 40 years, will make history if she secures the Democratic nomination and proceeds to win the battle for New York's... Read more »

June 28, 2016

1 comment

Tim Tebow reportedly leads in-flight prayer during man's medical emergency

Former football star and TV host Tim Tebow is making headlines after reportedly leading his fellow airplane passengers in prayer after a man on his flight began experiencing a serious medical... Read more »

June 28, 2016

1 comment

Retired pope thanks reigning pope for his focus on mercy

Retired Pope Benedict XVI endorsed Pope Francis' mercy-filled ministry Tuesday during an unprecedented Vatican ceremony featuring a reigning pope honoring a retired one on the 65th anniversary of... Read more »

June 28, 2016

1 comment

Twila Van Leer: Technology makes writing, publishing an ancestor's story easier

Writing a book about an ancestor has never been easier. Technology has made it simple to self-publish even when you want copies only for family. Of course, once you have decided to undertake the... Read more »

June 28, 2016

0 comments

Wright Words: 8 summertime activities under $8

What if long car trips, cross-country adventures or expensive excursions aren’t on the summertime agenda? Read more »

June 28, 2016

1 comment

Did Trump really just become a born-again Christian? Critics respond

National Edition

Christian psychologist Dr. James Dobson's claim last week that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump recently accepted "a relationship with Christ" has sent shock waves throughout the... Read more »

June 27, 2016

37 comments

Presbyterian Church in America repents of ‘racial sins’

National Edition

The nation’s second largest Presbyterian denomination has passed legislation repenting for “past failures to love brothers and sisters from minority cultures” and committing its... Read more »

June 27, 2016

1 comment

Catholic bishop apologizes for ‘betrayal’ of sexual abuse

National Edition

The Supreme Court delivered its most significant ruling on abortion in a generation Monday (June 27), striking down restrictions on Texas clinics and doctors that threatened to make the procedure... Read more »

June 27, 2016

0 comments

Presbyterians vote to continue pressure on Israel

National Edition

Presbyterians at their General Assembly passed several resolutions aimed to pressure Israel to leave territories it has occupied since its 1967 war with neighboring states Read more »

June 27, 2016

3 comments

The ‘Splainer: What does Pope Francis mean when he says ‘apologize’?

National Edition

Pope Francis has done it again — stepped on an airplane and into the headlines, this time with a remark that the Catholic Church should “apologize” to homosexuals, women and other... Read more »

June 27, 2016

3 comments

The Clean Cut: USA Olympians strive to 'serve Christ' and give glory to God

David Boudia and Steele Johnson qualified for the Rio Olympics. After their winning dive, the pair expressed their gratitude to God and their desire to be "rooted in Christ." Read more »

June 27, 2016

0 comments

Faith leaders respond to Supreme Court's abortion ruling

National Edition

Justices voted 5-3 in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, striking down controversial restrictions on Texas abortion clinics. Read more »

June 27, 2016

12 comments

She fled Russia with her family. Now, she has a powerful message about the refugee crisis

National Edition

As the world continues to grapple with a monumental refugee crisis precipitated by the rise of the Islamic State, a music conductor is taking steps to show U.S. citizens the positive impact that... Read more »

June 27, 2016

0 comments

Politician who ignited controversy after taking aim at church's Ramadan sign visits mosque

National Edition

A school board member in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, who ignited debate after publicly criticizing a Christian church for wishing Muslims a "blessed Ramadan," has since apologized and visited with... Read more »

June 27, 2016

3 comments

Pope Francis: Christians should apologize to gays and lesbians

National Edition

Pope Francis said over the weekend that Christians should apologize to groups whom they have mistreated and offended, specifically mentioning gays and lesbians, exploited women and the poor. Read more »

June 27, 2016

12 comments

The story of William Pitt and the Nauvoo Brass Band, who played as the Saints mourned Joseph and Hyrum Smith's deaths

William Pitt's band was a vital part of the culture of Nauvoo, and played during the viewing of Joseph and Hyrum Smith after the martyrdom — then added to the richness and strength of the... Read more »

June 27, 2016

2 comments

Pope's message of peace resonates with Syrian Armenians

For most in Armenia, the visit by Pope Francis will be best remembered for his willingness to declare the Ottoman-era slaughter of Armenians "genocide" and for his message of peace and... Read more »

June 27, 2016

1 comment

The pro-life plan that could reverse recent attitudes on marriage

National Edition

It's been one year since the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, and a leading defender of traditional marriage says it's time to take a page from the pro-life movement as a strategy to... Read more »

June 26, 2016

38 comments

Book review: 'The Assassination of Joseph Smith' shines thought-provoking light on final years of Prophet's life

In "The Assassination of Joseph Smith: Innocent Blood on the Banner of Liberty," author Ryan C. Jenkins gives a thought-provoking account of the slain Prophet's life from Oct. 31, 1838, until his... Read more »

June 26, 2016

2 comments

Pope visits Armenia's closed border with Turkey on last day

Pope Francis is wrapping up his trip to Armenia with a Sunday liturgy in the Apostolic cathedral celebrated by his Orthodox hosts and a visit to Armenia's closed border with Turkey amid new... Read more »

June 25, 2016

0 comments

Apocalypse when? How teachings on the end of the world affect modern faith groups

National Edition

ISIS is an extreme example of how an apocalyptic worldview affects the way people of faith engage with the world. Read more »

June 25, 2016

11 comments

Older stories can be found in the story archives