For her "An Evening with Sutton Foster" performances has a clear objective to introduce herself.
Accused of a murder he didn’t commit and on the run from law enforcement, a man puts his trust in a complete stranger to prove his innocence. While the premise behind "In Plain Sight" by... Read more »
Why the wording in some Doctrine and Covenants revelations differs from the original. Read more »
Whether during Sunday's church services or Monday's family home evening, performances of hymns and primary songs are important to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more »
Like many wards in the LDS Church, our ward holds an annual fathers and sons campout. It’s a chance for fathers and sons to spend a little quality time together — by huddling close in... Read more »
Numbers make many people uncomfortable, but the number 1 changes everything. Read more »
Five-year-old Benjamin Buchanan is the only known case in the state of Utah with Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. Read more »
An accurate understanding of Joseph Smith's many encounters with the law reflects positively, not poorly, upon his character. Read more »
Actor Danor Gerald, an LDS convert, is the star of "Saints and Soldiers: The Void." Read more »
Phyllis Bestor shares the quirky, inspiring story of her family's 1960s move to Orem and conversion to the gospel in her book, "How to Live Among Mormons and Not Become One You Can't!" Read more »
Brigham Young University basketball star Tyler Haws recently shared one of his favorite scriptures from the Book of Mormon in a video for a YouTube series called I Love the Book of Mormon. Read more »
Junior Reyes was the only young man in his church congregation in 2010 until he invited other young men to join him at church. Four years later, six of those men have served full-time missions,... Read more »
When the physical limitations of multiple sclerosis kept Julie Jensen from doing what she believed a "good" mother was supposed to do, she was forced to reexamine her beliefs and, in the process,... Read more »
The original Seventies Hall was constructed as a place where members of the Seventy could assemble to conduct quorum business. Read more »
As we’ve morphed from the handwritten letter to the email to the text or “comment,” we’ve had to navigate how to convey our emotions in shorter bursts of thought. This can... Read more »
For Ben Howington, hymns aren't simply sung during church services or even reserved for Sundays. They have become the soundtrack to his life, with each playing a role in his efforts to come closer... Read more »
Over 1,300 Mormons including over 400 missionaries, kicked of Day to Serve 2014 at a baseball game between the Washington Nationals and the Philadelphia Phillies. Members donated to the thousands... Read more »
BYU professor of religion and ancient studies Kerry Muhlestein spoke at the annual FairMormon conference on Aug. 7. He said understanding beginning assumptions can help find further knowledge,... Read more »
Maybe I’m crazy, but I'm glad my wife is trying to change her flawed husband. She knows just how much better I could be if I had the same confidence in myself that she has in me. Read more »
I'm struggling in my ward because I feel like I'm being treated like a teenager. How can I change this? Read more »
Sometimes speaking last in sacrament meeting of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can lead to real problems. Read more »
Not necessarily all spooky, the three stories in "Twisted Fate" are similar in that they have unanswered questions throughout the telling, but they aren't ghost stories. Read more »
Members of the Provo Utah Wasatch Tongan Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrate the Makai Reading Initiative, a program designed to get young kids enthusiastic about... Read more »
Members of the LDS Church are often asked difficult question concerning their doctrine. This book contains essays by different church members expressing their ideas on what doctrines mean and how... Read more »
Hannah Smith, a Mormon and senior counsel for the Becket Fund, which has secured some historic federal and U.S. Supreme Court rulings defending religious freedom, spoke about key areas for current... Read more »
Christian artist Matthew West has been on a journey of telling inspirational stories through song, and one of his latest songs called "Do Something" has struck a chord with many. Read more »
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For her “An Evening with Sutton Foster” performances to open BYU’s Bravo! Professional Performing Arts series, the two-time Tony winner and Broadway luminary has a clear objective... Read more »
Elder David E. Sorensen, who served as a general authority of the LDS Church for 13 years, died Tuesday at 81. He served in the Presidency of the Seventy and with the temple department during its... Read more »
In a video from Oct. 2010, two missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are shown helping several young ducklings escape from a storm drain in New Zealand. Read more »
Sophia never expected to be divorced at 19. Can she start over at BYU and find happiness? New novel by Sally Johnson, "The Skeleton in my Closet Wears a Wedding Dress," explores the heartache and... Read more »
The LDS meetinghouse across the street from the Mt. Timpanogos Utah Temple looks like any other. But in so many other ways, the ward that meets there is unlike any other. Read more »
The oldest Christian creedal formula occurs in a letter written by the apostle Paul in the mid-50s AD, but it contains material that derives from roughly two decades earlier. It takes us back to... Read more »
This reader has made the decision not to get married in the temple and wants her mother's support. Asks Angela for help and advice. Read more »
Three members of a LDS stake presidency from Mesa, Arizona, participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Read more »
The Time Out for Women and Time Out for Girls events in Phoenix have been changed to Nov. 7-8 to accommodate the Phoenix Arizona Temple dedication on Nov. 16, according to the Time Out for Women website at tofw.com. Read more »
“Heroes and Hero Worship: Brigham Young and the Utah War” is the topic of speaker Ronald W. Walker’s presentation at the 20th annual Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. at the... Read more »
Connor, Lexa and Melanie search for their kidnapped (and possibly dead) friend, Dr. Timberi. In the process, they find more about their own powers and the depth of their friendship. The challenge... Read more »
In an open field just south of the Boise River in Meridian, Idaho, a group gathered Saturday morning for the groundbreaking ceremony commemorating the start of construction on the Meridian Idaho... Read more »
Kylene and Jonathan Jones' recent book "The Provident Prepper" has detailed, straight-forward helps for emergency preparedness. Read more »
Mother Teresa said world peace comes from loving our families. Nowhere does that get tested more than at family reunions. Read more »
High school senior Mykayla Skinner earned two silver medals at the 2014 P&G Gymnastics Championships last weekend. She also won fifth place in the all-around, and was named to the Senior... Read more »
In an expanse of desert about 15 miles east of what is now Douglas, Arizona, the Mormon Battalion set up a rest camp near the San Bernardino Ranch in early December 1846. Read more »
Elder Ballard offers "grandfatherly" advice to thousands of Weber State University students as they begin a new school year. Read more »
Is there really any difference between the work of members and that of our full-time missionaries? Read more »
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