Mormon veterans share experiences of divine protection, fulfillment of priesthood blessings and other miracles.
Following the death of the Prophet Joseph Smith, William Clayton served in a similar capacity of clerk to President Brigham Young during the exodus to the West. Clayton's wife, Diantha Farr... Read more »
On our special "Mormon Times TV" Mother's Day show, you'll get to know the wives of the LDS First Presidency. One child from each of the three families will tell us what makes Sisters Frances... Read more »
If you’re like me, you carry in the back of your mind an image of the ideal mother. Maybe she keeps the house impeccably clean, or bakes bread twice a week. She has a successful career. She... Read more »
So, whenever you start to feel those drizzles of doubt, remember to be present in the moment as you are mothering your children. Read more »
The next time you see a Volkswagen Beetle, I’d like you to think of my mother, Eve Manwaring. Read more »
With some humor, some "from the trenches" insight and some quotes and tips from LDS general authorities and others, a first-time author and mother of three provides ways to find and apply mothering... Read more »
Some changes are coming for Latter-day Saints who rely on the LDS Church’s home storage centers as a place to purchase foods in bulk and then can it themselves onsite. Read more »
The ongoing renovation of the LDS Church's 41-year-old Ogden Temple reached a milestone Tuesday morning when a 14-foot, 800-pound, gold leaf-covered version of the church's iconic Angel Moroni... Read more »
"100 Favorite Verses for Women" by Shauna Humphreys is a collection of scripture-based devotional essays written to women. Read more »
Lia Collings shares a realization about motherhood and its purpose from a painting titled "Teach These Souls to Fly" in this essay published in "Choosing Motherhood." Read more »
Through the salty tears of a dying woman, Carol stood spiritually and emotionally bare before the worshippers and asked, “Will a family please adopt my son?” Read more »
Motherhood provides a compelling parallel to the Atonement. The Savior relied on the similarities to explain the necessity of re-birth to salvation, and comparing the two provides enlightening... Read more »
Drawing significant information from a wide variety of scholars and researchers, the LDS Church pays "Homage to the Home" in a new commentary published Monday on the church's Newsroom website. Read more »
This weekend my oldest daughter, Oakli, a junior in high school, attended her first prom. Her mother did her hair, her younger sister did her nails and she wore a beautiful dress made by her... Read more »
Missionaries from the LDS Church's Missionary Training Center in Provo are testing mass transit connections to local LDS missions as well as the Salt Lake International Airport. Read more »
BYU faculty member Stephanie Dibb Sorensen seamlessly integrates poignant motherhood moments and profound spiritual lessons in her new release, "Covenant Motherhood: Reflecting the Role of Christ... Read more »
Now that I am more than 30 years into being a mother, I look back with wonder and amazement at the enormous conglomeration of experiences that have comprised the most important aspect of my life. Read more »
Often women put off their career for motherhood, or the other way around. This compilation of essays in "Choosing Motherhood" shows that women have a choice, and that they can choose motherhood. Read more »
Want to make sure you're still having fun dates while you're expecting? Here are some date ideas for all types of couples. Read and add your own. Read more »
The joys and the tender feelings that come with motherhood — and all of the emotions in between — are included in the 30 essays on mothers and motherhood compiled in “The Art of... Read more »
The last thing Liza Morong expected when she saw the Broadway show "The Book of Mormon" was that she would one day become a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more »
A recently released compilation of talks from the 2012 Brigham Young University Women's Conference offers LDS women around the world an opportunity to read precious, principle-filled messages to... Read more »
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We know that many of the victims were children, but we do not know their names, ages or whether they liked toy cars or action heroes, soccer or ballet, dolls or stuffed animals. Those tender... Read more »
Al Fox, otherwise known as the “Tattooed Mormon,” has become widely known for spreading her message of faith and hope online and by sharing her own journey of finding God. Read more »
The increase of sister missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not only noted in predominantly LDS communities, but others are starting to take notice of the change to... Read more »
Funeral services for Frances J. Monson, wife of LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson, will be held Thursday at noon in the church's Salt Lake Tabernacle. The public is invited to attend the... Read more »
In "What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense," Sherif Girgis, Ryan Anderson and Robert George methodically and lucidly argue for marriage as a permanent union between a man and a woman, appealing... Read more »
Sister Frances J. Monson was a 31-year-old mother of two children when her husband, Thomas S. Monson, was called to preside over the Canadian Mission from 1959 to 1962. Read more »
Frances Beverly Johnson Monson, 85, wife of LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson, for more than 64 years, died early Friday morning in a Salt Lake City hospital surrounded by family. Read more »
Cassi Baird wasn't supposed to walk. She wasn't supposed to talk. She wasn't even supposed to be able to turn her head. But Baird continues to defy the odds and spread a message of hope. Read more »
The scriptures say the Sabbath should be a day of rest. As a young mother trying to juggle four toddlers on a church pew, followed by afternoons alone with the children while my husband made... Read more »
This past Mother's Day, Sister Frances J. Monson was honored as a mother on "Mormon Times TV." Daughter, Sister Ann Dibb tells stories about her mother, and lessons she learned. Read more »
Create.lds.org is a website dedicated to collecting media, such as photos, video content and music for use in church publications and by members. Media can be shared and downloaded by members of... Read more »
In this latest book of the "Saints at War" series, Mormon veterans of various wars share experiences of divine protection, fulfillment of priesthood blessings and other miracles that occurred while... Read more »
Editor's note: This is an excerpt from "Saints at War: Inspiring Stories of Courage and Valor, published by Cedar Fort this month, which includes stories shared about members of The Church of Jesus... Read more »
Researching Family History: Finding ancestors' names and doing temple work for them brings joy (+video)
Finding ancestors names and processing them for temple ordinance work brings lots of joy. Here are some of my family's experiences of doing research and family temple ordinance work through the years. Read more »
Velvet ropes and bright lights lined the red carpet that was rolled out for 870 students from 16 stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, all celebrating the 7th annual LDS prom... Read more »
Sister Monson was a very private woman. She was kind, gentle and compassionate. She found people in need and helped them, but never wanted credit. Read more »
Husband and wife duo Brett and Kate McKay created the Art of Manliness blog in 2008. Since then, they have gained a following of more than 6,000, encouraging men and families to live lives of... Read more »
Though she rarely addressed the church herself, members say they admired Sister Monson's quiet devotion to her faith and her unfailing dedication to her husband. Read more »
From my experience, teenagers are more likely to teach each other well when they don’t have to stand alone. Read more »
The true story of three LDS teens who took a stand against Hitler is dramatically and poignantly depicted in a new, heart-rending, 94-minute family film called "Resistance Movement." Read more »
One of the missionaries' investigators uses LDS Church doctrine to get out of a diet. Read more »
Episcopal priest and author Danielle Tumminio says the LDS Church is doing something really smart in cultivating relationships with people who see "The Book of Mormon" musical. Read more »
Hundreds of people, including dozens of families, braved triple-digit temperatures in the Valley of the Sun Wednesday to watch as construction crews placed a golden statue of the Angel Moroni on... Read more »
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released an artist’s rendering of the Meridian Idaho Temple on May 14. Read more »
When it comes to genealogy, getting — and staying — organized is a hugely important part of the work. Here are some tips for getting organized. Read more »
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