These lesser-known but important events include the 1916 doctrinal exposition on the Father and the Son.
The fields of teaching, learning and technology are ripe for change. New technologies and learning designs of all sorts will emerge to support the incredible potential of human learning no longer... Read more »
On the trail as a ma and pa for a trek, we were reminded of the truthfulness of a quote by Sister Marjorie Pay Hinckley: "Oh, how we need each other." Read more »
Geared toward young people, "#Eternity" emphasizes 10 fundamental doctrines found in "The Family: A Proclamation to the World" that create and sustain happy marriage. Read more »
We can be prepared to face temptation and keep the commandments when we read and study the scriptures, pray for guidance and following the promptings of the Holy Ghost. Read more »
About 200 California Mormon youths had the chance to honor their pioneer heritage in July by pulling handcarts for 23 miles in the mountains above Santa Barbara. Read more »
Men and women of all relationship statuses can benefit from this practical and fun dating and marriage baseball-themed guide titled "Base Hits and Home Run Relationships." Read more »
Lindsey Stirling talked about following a Mormon lifestyle on tour in a recent interview with the Santa Barbara Independent. Read more »
The Mormon Choir of Washington sang the national anthem before a crowd of about 15,000 attending a Major League Soccer match between Real Salt Lake and D.C. United on Aug 1. Read more »
Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will speak at Brigham Young University's summer graduation Thursday, Aug. 13. Read more »
Physics and chemistry are radically transforming our understanding of "matter." Does Mormonism also offer transforming insights on that subject? A Catholic philosopher argues that it does. Read more »
Girls camp, an annual tradition for young women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, can be an experience filled with arts and crafts, scripture scavenger hunts, hikes and a diverse... Read more »
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced curriculum for 2016. Read more »
This summer, as our family has traveled the West, we've come to appreciate, more than ever, what Wallace Stegner called America's "greatest idea." Read more »
Brigham Young and those who crossed Iowa with him in 1846 crossed and camped near the Chariton River during the period of March 22-31, 1846. Read more »
What's new: Elder Lynn Robbins teaches love is a commitment, behavior, responsibility in 'Love is a Choice’
Elder Lynn Robbins of the presidency of the Seventy instructs love is more than the phrase "I love you" in his book "Love is a Choice." It entails commitment, covenant and responsibility. Read more »
Technology is any tool or process created or used by humans to solve a need. Read more »
LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson has called Latter-day Saints "a temple-building and a temple-attending people." This year, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints around... Read more »
Many years ago a friend and I nearly started a forest fire in Virginia. Or did we? Read more »
LDS singer/songwriter Calee Reed pays tribute to family in her new album, "What Heaven Feels Like." Read more »
McArthur Krishna is a co-author of the children’s book “Girls Who Choose God,” published last fall by Deseret Book. She sat down with the Deseret News to talk about the... Read more »
H.B. Moore has taken scriptures, sometimes just a few verses, and created a story around what the lives of those mentioned in the verses may have been like. Now she’s taking on the story of... Read more »
World-famous disc jockey and record producer Kaskade talked about choosing to live an uncommon lifestyle in the world of electronic dance music during a recent interview with The Daily Beast. Read more »
Because of him, I can do all things. I can face the fears rooted in the deepest corners of my heart. And I can know that someone infinitely greater than I knows my pain and heartache and fears as I... Read more »
With tens of thousands of ill-prepared refugees fleeing war-torn Syria, LDS Charities has answered the call for help with more than $1 million in humanitarian aid already provided or in the works... Read more »
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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. Read more »
Last week my wife and I caught a concert by Alex Boye, a hot commodity in Utah music circles. James Brown was long considered “the hardest working man in show business,” but after... Read more »
Former Deseret News CEO and Harvard Business School professor Clark Gilbert will be installed as BYU-Idaho's 16th president in a Sept. 15 ceremony. President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in... Read more »
The idea that humans have the potential to become like God isn't peculiarly Mormon. It's an ancient Christian doctrine that was largely forgotten in the West for centuries — until it was... Read more »
Three members of the BYU religion faculty — Susan Easton Black, Casey Paul Griffiths and Mary Jane Woodger — are teaming up to write a book on "The 100 Most Important Events in... Read more »
In the fourth video of "12 Steps to Change," a 12-video series produced by the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services, a man named Austin shares his struggle with drug and alcohol addictions and... Read more »
Greg Welch has produced a YouTube video telling the story of how his father, John W. Welch, discovered chiasmus in the Book of Mormon. Read more »
Family therapist Lee N. Johnson has advice for married couples who aren't connecting, but it's probably not what one expects. Read more »
Overcoming drugs, alcohol, pornography: Mormon Channel, LDS Family Services release 12-step video series
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. Read more »
In the third video of "12 Steps to Change," a 12-video series produced by the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services, a woman named Sharon shares her struggle with a crystal meth addiction. Read more »
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... Read more »
Cast members for the 2016 "Saturday's Warrior" motion picture reboot were announced Tuesday, including popular LDS artist Alex Boye. Read more »
Whether you sip life’s changes reluctantly or guzzle the whole glass down, you can cope with life's changes by moping or hoping. Read more »
I suddenly realized my boy was not that baby gnawing on a squishy toy to get that first tooth to come in, but a first-grader, nervous about moving on and letting go. I should have let him hold on,... Read more »
Leaders of the LDS Church share advice with teens in a video posted by The New Era Magazine. Read more »
National Recovery Month begins Tuesday, and the LDS Church through its Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services is releasing a 12-video series showing real addicts describing their journeys to... Read more »
“Remember: Sacred Truths We Must Never Forget” by Alonzo Gaskill encourages the conscious and continued effort of always remembering. Read more »
In the second video from "12 Steps to Change," a 12-video series produced by the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services, a man named Preston shares his struggle with a drug addiction and the... Read more »
The 18 months I spent in Billings, Montana, were some of the best in my life, but I could have never imagined how serving in the community and teaching people about my faith would prepare me for... Read more »
I told him I am in love with him, but he refuses to say it back. Now I feel awkward. Read more »
Twenty-seven-year-old Constance talks about her addiction recovery and conversion story in a video posted Aug. 26 by FamilySearch. Read more »
The New Testament tells the story of the blind man so that we all recognize ourselves as blind. Only by heading God’s voice to be washed clean of the things of this world will we truly be... Read more »
Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continue to lead the church's charge to "share goodness" by posting messages and photos to social media. Read more »
The home of Chauncy Webb is on Granger Street in Nauvoo, Illinois, just north of Parley Street. Read more »
A Sandy man and a Utah Valley University student received recognition for their submissions to the Film Your Faith video contest. Read more »
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