This 24-year-old woman fears her marriage is headed toward divorce. She asks Angela for advice.
With the third season under way, the hit sketch comedy "Studio C" continues to be one of byutv's most popular shows. Seasons 1 and 1 have recently been released in a singe two-disc DVD set. Read more »
At this Thanksgiving time, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the LDS First Presidency spoke Nov. 19 to the Rotary Club 24 Foundation Luncheon in Salt Lake City on the topics of gratitude and service. Read more »
John F. Kennedy's assassination 50 years ago, is rightly receiving a lot of attention this week. But two other significant men also died that same day — also a Friday — and they, too,... Read more »
Dirk Strobel and Brian Mickelson hope to bless lives by sharing their experiences online. Read more »
Hank Smith' upbeat and happy demeanor is infectious and he is a popular speaker for Mormon youths. He has had several inspirational audio CDs and now a DVD called "Hank Smith Live: Wit and Wisdom... Read more »
“Us and Them: Religious Rivalry in America” is an inspiring DVD made by Utah filmmaker Bryan Hall. It is a film that challenges viewers to consider what it really means to be a true... Read more »
On Nov. 19, 1794, John Jay signed the Jay Treaty with England. The Treaty proved wildly unpopular at home, despite having George Washington's support, and ultimately defused a war until America was ready for it. Read more »
A taxi accident in Ukraine killed a recent LDS Church convert and injuried two American women serving as Mormon missionaries in the area. Read more »
The Blue Team, including Utahn Hap Holmstead, lost the weigh-in on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser: Second Chances” on Tuesday, prompting trainer Bob Harper to use his trainer save. Read more »
If you were to search "The Book of Mormon" on YouTube, the first page of results would return a limited variety of videos: clips from the musical and speculation about the book's veracity. But Ben... Read more »
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The Philippines Tacloban Mission of the LDS Church is closed now, and its 204 missionaries have been reassigned across 11 other Filipino missions. A church video shows them bidding each other... Read more »
As the international recovery effort enters its second week, the attention of LDS church leaders here is to get water, food, blankets and more to those in need, particularly in hard-to-reach villages. Read more »
Surviving the typhoon: Fear, faith and miracles for 10 LDS sister missionaries trapped in the Philippines
For 10 LDS sister missionaries trapped in the rising waters of Typhoon Haiyan, fear gave way to faith in a dramatic story of survival Read more »
Hundreds of thousands are expected to attend BYU's blockbuster exhibit of paintings of Jesus Christ from collections in Denmark, Germany, Sweden and New York. The lenders praised the exhibit... Read more »
Keisha, Shannon's stepdaughter, comes to stay on the condition that she will quit using drugs and turn her life around. But when Keisha breaks the rules, Shannon thinks loving Keisha means keeping... Read more »
Provo city officials believe the LDS Church showed its commitment to maintaining and improving Provo's downtown area by choosing to turn the fire-ravaged Provo Tabernacle into its new Provo City... Read more »
Mormon author Heather B. Moore takes readers on a touching journey of discovery in "Athena" as the title character finds a new life, new friends, real love and a clearer understanding of her... Read more »
An article in the Duke Chronicle shares insight into how high school basketball recruit Jabari Parker and his family found a religious connection to the LDS faith at Duke University before Parker... Read more »
Four authors come together to write a unique parallel-book series based on life issues that everyday women face, giving readers of this nine-book series the opportunity to read intertwining stories... Read more »
"Paige," the third installment in the Newport Ladies Book Club series, is the the poignant tale of a newly single mom trying to find herself in the chaos of her shaken life. Read more »
Olivia and her husband are growing distant, probably because they are avoiding each other, but a book club saves the day! "Olivia" reads like most other book-club books, and that is not exactly a... Read more »
On MormonTimes.com: Enthusiasm and anticipation are percolating among Mormons in southeast Pennsylvania with the recent announcement by the First Presidency of a site for the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple. Read more »
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The LDS Church is providing new resources to help its 80,000 missionaries understand how to adjust to missionary life by preparing for transition, hard work and stress. Meanwhile, a new study found... Read more »
This 24-year-old woman fears that her marriage is headed towards divorce. Her husband is choosing to play online games instead of going to school and working. She asks Angela Trusty for advice. Read more »
The LDS Church has updated and enhanced several pages on its website dealing with sensitive issues about church history, including the former ban on blacks holding the priesthood, which was lifted... Read more »
It was a simple act of service that Elder James Pickard and Elder Jeffrey Kerr had planned, and it turned out to be a success not only in Harlem, N.Y., but also throughout social media. Read more »
The annual Christmas Devotional — formally known as the First Presidency Christmas Devotional — included a welcome to the Christmas season with messages from leaders in The Church of... Read more »
For the first time in 20 years, the LDS Church has changed its program of speakers for its annual Christmas devotional. Instead of exclusively featuring the church's First Presidency, other church... Read more »
Two men — who both exerted influence through the words they wrote, the things they said, the experiences they shared — met in New York City and took stock of one another. A delightful... Read more »
To assist youth leaders and youth in finding fun and meaningful activities, the church has launched a new youth activity website packed with more than 150 activities that work anywhere in the world. Read more »
Two newspapers in India published articles this week about LDS Church growth there, including some of the faith's history there and information about and quotes from church members. One tidbit:... Read more »
While the snow fell outside, many gathered in a LDS Church History Museum theater Saturday for a cozy pioneer Christmas party. Read more »
There are many "out of the box" ways you can utilize your journal. What follows is a list of some examples. Read more »
Elder Van Dyke and his companion set out to make Christmas treats, in this week's Mission Daze comic, which takes a humorous look at the lives of Mormon missionaries. Read more »
LDS Church-sponsored Christmas program features a variety of songs and dances from across Latin America. Read more »
Like the seasons of the year, the seasons of our lives seem to pass by too quickly. Each season brings with it both pleasant and unpleasant conditions. We can choose whether to focus on the... Read more »
With a straightforward, thoughtful and thorough approach, Sheri Dew explores the sensitive subjects of women, their role of mothers and their relationship and access to priesthood power, in her... Read more »
The unique and central Christian claim is that God descended, fully and completely, to dwell among humanity, share mortal struggles and weaknesses, atone, die and rise again, paving the path for... Read more »
These four recently released picture books help share about reverence, the Book of Mormon, the Word of Wisdom and a Primary song. Read more »
Authors, teachers and speakers Brad Wilcox, Anthony Sweat and John Hilton III share ideas on how the Book of Mormon is like the ultimate blog. Read more »
A little bit of chocolate seems to make everything better, making it nearly a necessity to store. Experts give information about storing chocolate in its various forms. Read more »
Saturday night's basketball game featuring the Utah State Aggies and Brigham Young University Cougars at the EnergySolutions Arena brought basketball fans from all over the state, including several... Read more »
Alma Yates delivers a heartfelt Christmas story telling of forgiveness, miracles, and second chances. Read more »
LDS apostles return to southern South America to visit Mormon members, missionaries and political leaders
A pair of apostles meet with tens of thousands of members during tour of the South America South Area. Read more »
I wonder what would happen if each of us went through our day with that same, singular purpose, understanding that our will, swallowed up in the will of God, is more meaningful and powerful than... Read more »
Whether it's an uphill climb with struggling to get published or fighting cancer, there is one thing Kristin Bryant you have to have: faith. Read more »
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