Michael R. Collings and his son are active members of the LDS Church who also happen to be horror writers.
What if The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were a ward of just 100 people? This is what Blaine Maxfield, CIO of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, invited attendees to... Read more »
Photographer Robert A. Boyd shares artistic photos and images of about 60 Mormon temples in the table-top-style book "His Holy House." Read more »
"Meet the Mormons" has moved into the week's top 10 movies at the box office since the weekend, and theater owners responded by adding it to more screens this weekend. Read more »
In the end, of course, evidence has to be cited and arguments made. But sometimes an excellent shorthand response to certain criticisms of Joseph Smith and the Restoration is simply a good laugh. Read more »
Investigators in Duchesne County are looking for at least two people who vandalized a meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Duchesne. Read more »
A missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Gus Garcia, became famous last week when a video of Garcia participating in a dance-off against a Michael Jackson impersonator went... Read more »
During the time that Lilburn W. Boggs served as governor of the state of Missouri (1837-1841), he was required to live at Jefferson City, the capitol of the state. He then returned to live in... Read more »
What would the world be like without the Constitution? "The Freedom Factor," a play based on a novel by Gerald N. Lund, invites audiences to consider the importance of the Constitution in this... Read more »
"Tragedy and Truth: What Happened at Hawn's Mill," about the tragedy and massacre at Hawn's Mill, is a sobering account of the build-up of tensions, the murders and the haunting aftermath of a... Read more »
When Michael Hicks arranged “The EFY medley” in 1999, he had no idea the impact the song would have all around the world, but a new video he compiled shows the worldwide influence of... Read more »
As a mother, I find myself in charge of corralling the troops for our weekly night together and I have learned a lot along the way about what family home evening should and shouldn’t be. Read more »
Christian Lassen, a dentist living in Lehi, is the fifth child in his family of nine kids. He drives a 1996 Subaru Legacy Wagon with 212,000 miles on it. But that’s nothing compared to the... Read more »
Isn't tragic when digital moments take over for memories, for privacy, for intimacy, for that single moment when it’s you, a deer and a backdrop only God could create. Read more »
Members of the Beirut Branch in Lebanon gathered Saturday to prepare more than 100 food boxes for Syrian refugees in their city. Read more »
Author Clark B. Hinckley has written a new book about Christopher Columbus that explores his spirituality and a reference to his life's mission in the Book of Mormon. Read more »
Amidst life's trials and hardships, author Darla Isackson has found peace, love and a strengthened testimony of the gospel. Her desire is to help strengthen others through her books and through her... Read more »
Being the elders quorum moving crew can be awfully tough at times. Read more »
Serving humanity is at the heart of all world religions, and for three weeks in September, a regional community service initiative, Day to Serve, brought together diverse faith groups throughout Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and... Read more »
In Jenny Proctor's recent book "Mountains Between Us," Eliza and Henry each have a past with enough obstacles to make any relationship difficult. Together their pasts may create an insurmountable... Read more »
The makers of "Meet the Mormons" have been "sharing" promotion for the film via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media outlets. Read more »
"Meet the Mormons," a new documentary-style movie from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ranked No. 10 in box office sales nationwide in its first day of release. Read more »
The Phoenix Arizona Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is now open for public tours. Read more »
Three LDS professional golfers are expanding their humanitarian work through the organization they founded called "Eyes4Zimbabwe." Read more »
Upwards of 100 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints served side by side with more than 500 volunteers in Casper, Wyoming, for the Platte River Revival on Sept. 27, 2014. Read more »
Events at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitors Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in October include musical performances and firesides. Read more »
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The LDS Church's First Presidency has made the General Women's Meeting held one week before the faith's semi-annual general conferences this year an official session of general conference, a church... Read more »
When Julie Grygla found out a year ago that she was expecting triplets, she proceeded to cry for what felt like four months straight. When those triplets were five months old, and she found out she... Read more »
Rodeo champions find blessings and challenges in balancing their faith and career. Read more »
Amy Stevens, a professional matchmaker and dating coach, and marriage and family therapist Alisa Snell, were recently featured on Mormon Channel Daily and offered their tips for greater success in... Read more »
Tonight, Kansas City Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie will start in the most important baseball game of his life, game 7 of the World Series. But Guthrie, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of... Read more »
The revelation recorded in Doctrine and Covenants 76 restored genuine and wonderful ancient doctrine. It also teaches us about how God regards our honest questions and provides powerful evidence... Read more »
From stake presidents to Primary presidents, leaders in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will tell you it’s OK to have religious questions. Questions are the hallmark of a... Read more »
The LDS Church is providing food and supplies to church members affected by Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia, training its missionaries in precautions and helping a hospital in Sierra Leone. Read more »
Comparing is the worst thing we women do. It’s good to remember that things could be worse and to be grateful for blessings we have, but it’s also OK to acknowledge and learn from the... Read more »
Wendy Garrett lives by one mantra: “Life is tough, but I am tougher.” And if anyone knows how to be tough, it’s Garrett. Read more »
"Meet the Mormons," which has made $5.25 million, is an example of broad LDS Church efforts to share the "lived experience" of members by letting them tell their stories through church channels... Read more »
New essays on the LDS Church's past history with polygamy are two of a dozen essays published by church leadership over the past year in an effort to provide members with scholarly information... Read more »
If you have spent time in Spanish Fork recently, you have likely heard the phrase, “Anything for Auni.” But it’s not just something the Spanish Fork community says, it’s... Read more »
Michael R. Collings and his son, Michaelbrent, are active members of the LDS Church who also happen to be horror writers. And that is not a contradiction. Read more »
"Seeking the Promised Land" is a scholarly work that offers a sweeping look at the intersection of Mormons and politics. Read more »
Lindsey Stirling, the world-renowned dancing violinist, will be featured in the second “Face to Face” online event for youths hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints... Read more »
What do we hope to get out of obedience to the commandments? Is it what is promised for obedience, or something else? Through a simple shopping trip and a heart-wrenching cross-Atlantic call, I... Read more »
Singer David Archuleta teamed up with “Meet The Mormons” once again on Friday in the announcement of a video contest. Read more »
You walk in the chapel Sunday and sit by yourself. Even if you’re near someone, you still feel alone. You look around at others smiling about their weeks and high-speed downloading the... Read more »
Born in Smith County, Tennessee, in 1806, William E. McLellin joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1831. He was called to serve in the first Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in... Read more »
With everything that’s going on in the world with health crises and threats of war, I know I can take an active stand to protect my family by following the counsel of church leaders. Read more »
What's new: George Q. Cannon's Hawaiian mission journals shares peek into early Mormon missionary life
Elder George Q. Cannon’s inspiring journals capture an important era in LDS Church history, while also providing an in-depth glimpse into how Elder Cannon’s mission prepared him for a... Read more »
BYU Broadcasting and its university-affiliated network BYUtv snagged 13 out of 20 Emmy Awards from the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy... Read more »
Marriage beyond the grave means something different to Frankenstein's monster and his bride. Read more »
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