Beginning Dec. 1, well-known social media personalities will participate in “12 Days of Social."
From the very beginning of “The Peanuts Movie,” director Steve Martino made a couple of things very clear to the design teams that would work on the film. Read more »
A recent book surveys the history, over the past 3,500 years, of the idea of humans becoming like God. In this context, it takes a very sympathetic view of the doctrine of "exaltation" as taught... Read more »
The memory of Utah's only known Civil War battle casualty will now be remembered on the state's Capitol Hill, thanks to a ninth-grade descendant from Alpine. Read more »
From childhood friends to first glimpses as teenagers or in college, the stories of how several of the presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met their sweethearts are... Read more »
Mount Pisgah on the Iowa Mormon Trail was both a campsite as well as a way station or temporary settlement, utilized during the years 1846-1852. Read more »
In conjunction with the sesquicentennial of the LDS Church in Laie (1865-2015) and BYU-Hawaii's 60th anniversary, a new historical monument now marks the spot where President David O. McKay broke... Read more »
It’s really easy to get discouraged. It’s really easy to become apathetic and fall into a kind of holding pattern, biding time and waiting for the next stage to come. But you know what... Read more »
Ten years after the birth of the Christmas Jar movement began, the worldwide community of givers and receivers has experienced a first: A jar was stolen. Read more »
LDS daughter of 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz talks about father's commitment to family, wholesome entertainment
Charles Schulz believed that America likes decency. And it appears that America still appreciates the world Schulz created. Read more »
President Thomas S. Monson, President Henry B. Eyring and President Dieter F. Uchtdorf issued a letter to be read in LDS sacrament meetings this Sunday urging Latter-day Saints to provide aid for... Read more »
Those hoping for tickets for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square’s Christmas concert have until Nov. 2 at 11:59 p.m. to register for the random ticket selection on... Read more »
Trey Shotwell never gets over the murder of his mother and becomes a detective to find her killer. When he and his father embark on a pleasure cruise to New Zealand they are surprised to find clues... Read more »
I had already fulfilled my commitment regarding a community food drive when I awkwardly invited the drive coordinator to go hiking. He instead invited me to do just a little bit more with the... Read more »
Stephanie Black weaves a suspenseful mystery thriller in her newest novel, “Played for a Fool.” This novel is a sequel to the 2008 Whitney Award winning novel, “Fool Me... Read more »
Brother Stephen Woodruff Owen, the Young Men general president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is the speaker at the Wilford Woodruff Hastening the Work Fireside on Sunday, Nov. 1. Read more »
The Piano Guys took the songs "Amazing Grace," "Fight Song" and short interludes from "Scotland The Brave" to create an anthem of strength. Read more »
Black Pentecostal leaders tell single BYU students to practice celibacy now to be better parents, marriage partners later
LDS leaders invited the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers and Jacqueline C. Rivers to talk about marriage and fathers during a recent BYU campus visit. Read more »
I thought a zombie was just a character in movies and games, just for entertainment. I was surprised to learn that zombies are a reflection of our culture. Read more »
After spending significant time helping others transition through retirement milestones by decluttering and downsizing, here are a few things I've learned and will try to implement in my own home. Read more »
President Russell M. Nelson pioneered open-heart surgery in China in 1980, spending a month training doctors at Shangdong University's School of Medicine. Today, the school is home to 2,000 heart... Read more »
With more LDS female athletes leaving to serve missions, returned sister missionaries Rachel Boaz and Paige Hunt are having a positive impact on and off the field for the BYU women's soccer team. Read more »
I thought losing myself in the service of others meant becoming the next Mother Teresa. Then I had some amazing experiences last week proving how wrong I was. Read more »
When our problems blind us to immediate solutions, we need not grope in darkness as eyeless wanderers. Solving our problems or helping others to bear heavy burdens may be as close as stepping back... Read more »
Recently, I was driving near my home when I approached the crest of a hill on a quiet two-lane straightaway. I was 20 yards from the peak when a pickup truck flew over the hill in the middle of the... Read more »
Various church leaders at the 185th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continued to emphasize keeping the Sabbath day observance. Read more »
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Franz Gruber's classic 1818 composition "Silent Night" has been repeatedly rearranged and performed, and The Piano Guys have just added another arrangement to the mix. Read more »
Beginning Dec. 1, well-known social media personalities will participate in “12 Days of Social,” in an effort to promote The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' “A Savior... Read more »
Some 700 years before Jesus Christ was born, Isaiah wrote of the names by which he would be called, “Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace”... Read more »
New Joseph Smith Papers volume provides insight into his 'turbulent and incredibly productive' final year of life (+videos)
Volume editors describe the last 14 months of the Prophet Joseph Smith’s life as portrayed in his daily journals, maintained by Willard Richards, his private secretary and historian, in four... Read more »
When my son returned from a mission to Tonga, we experienced several tender acts of mercy in our behalf, consistent with the myriad blessings God provides all his children. Miracles from God need... Read more »
When we give all our faith, however small it may seem, we discover strengths within ourselves, and our Heavenly Father accepts our offering and expands our powers and abilities — if we give... Read more »
Wright Words: Why Thanksgiving is special for this Utah father, entrepreneur and recovering alcoholic
Taylor Richards of Sandy has lived a hard life and learned hard lessons, but by leaning on the Lord and believing in second chances, he's creating a future for himself that no one could have imagined. Read more »
1200 missionaries, who will soon leave to 38 different countries, spent much of their Thanksgiving afternoon preparing and packaging roughly 350,000 meals for Utah children in need. Read more »
Every Christmas, I think of that moment when I discovered the reality of our Savior and what an astonishing gift was given to us from God. Read more »
The BYUtv documentary/drama “Joan of Arc” includes perspectives of Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and Bishop GÉrald R. CaussÉ, the LDS... Read more »
Book review: 'Understanding the Doctrine of God's Time' explores difference between man's time and God's
"Understanding the Doctrine of God's Time" by C. Robert Line explores aspects of why understanding the difference between God's time and man's time matters. Read more »
The Paris tragedy and calamities in the world remind us how desperately individuals need the gospel of Jesus Christ. An email from a missionary in the France Paris Mission is a reminder of the need... Read more »
We have many things for which to be grateful, preeminent among them the incarnation, Atonement and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Read more »
Utah resident and soloist Lexi Walker collaborated with members of the Lyceum Philharmonic orchestra to present an arrangement of the classic Franz Schubert composition "Ave Maria." Read more »
Cedar City resident Grace Simkins recently celebrated her 107th birthday with her family. Read more »
LDS author David J. Ridge combines gospel scholarship and conversational style in his latest book, “Priesthood Power Unlocked." Through scriptural accounts and personal experience, Ridge... Read more »
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