Finding a man to marry is hard, author Jon Birger said this week.
Residents, family and friends in a California community are rallying around an LDS family dealing with tragedy and hardship. Read more »
The Indianapolis Indiana Temple, which was dedicated in three session on Aug. 23, will now become part of the rich fabric of Indiana. Read more »
An 18-year-old young man recently volunteered to push an adult leader's wheelchair while on a stake pioneer trek in Wyoming. Read more »
Huffington Post Religion just revealed six questions that children want to ask the pope when he visits this fall. Read more »
President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, dedicated the Indianapolis Indiana Temple — the first temple in the Hoosier State and the 148th worldwide — in three... Read more »
Some 1,500 youth in Indianapolis, Indiana, shared the rich culture and history of the Hoosier State through music and dance on Aug. 22. Read more »
Enoch Wood Perry, Jr was a 19th century American painter known for his thematic and stylistic works including many portraits and landscapes. In the 1860s he was commissioned by the LDS Church to... Read more »
The Frankfurt Germany Temple will close for extensive renovations on Sept. 7, 2015, the Mormon Newsroom announced Thursday. Read more »
A new television series profiles chefs who say their faith is an essential ingredient of their cooking, creating an opportunity to reflect on the powerful link between food and religion. Read more »
Humanity's universal ancient association of the powers of nature with the divine is, in its way, spectacularly illustrated in the geological features created by the Colorado River. Read more »
The Dannemiller family spent a year making purchases only out of necessity and, along the way, discovered five things people don't need but think they do. Read more »
Political commentator John Oliver called out televangelists who ask their followers to donate money to churches and religious organizations. Read more »
The Frankfurt Germany Temple will close on Sept. 7, 2015, for extensive renovations. The temple is expected to be closed for more than a year. Read more »
Scott Braithwaite taught Education Week attendees that people hold responsibility for making their own decision about who to marry. Read more »
“Change doesn’t have to be torrential, giant tsunami waves that obliterate landscapes," Carolina Allen said. "It can be something subtle, quiet and small. I’m like this small... Read more »
After a warm reception from critics and audiences, Utah-made "Once I Was a Beehive" will play at Utah theaters an extra week and expand to locations in Idaho and Arizona in September. Read more »
The new show about a pastor is one that some Christians don’t want you to watch. Read more »
It's almost football season, which means it's almost time for fantasy football season to kick off, too. But should believers play? Read more »
Danny Lotz, the husband of Bible teacher Anne Graham Lotz, died Wednesday (Aug. 19) in a Raleigh, N.C., hospital after he was found unconscious in a swimming pool outside his home on Monday. Read more »
For Rabbi Brant Rosen and his future congregants at Tzedek Chicago, a new synagogue that identifies as non-Zionist, these are symbols of a nationalism-infused Judaism, which he thinks is not only... Read more »
Brad Sorensen and his little brother Daniel are pulling for each other to make NFL rosters this fall. Read more »
Attendance is up 7 percent so far at BYU's Education Week, an ongoing signal of the importance of lifelong learning to Latter-day Saints. While 51 percent of an expected 20,000 are 55 and older,... Read more »
There are few things 84-year-old Calvin Goulding likes better than driving and attending LDS temples. That's why when his wife of 57 years died, Goulding decided to hit the road and visit every... Read more »
At art museums and galleries across the country, Arab women artists are increasingly exhibiting their work in a manner that is likely to diminish stereotypes of being without prominent or powerful... Read more »
Some see the Gadianton robbers as an obvious borrowing from early 19th-century America. But history knows many other such movements. Read more »
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President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dedicated a major new addition to the Church-affiliated Polynesian... Read more »
Did Jesus have a wife? It’s a question experts, researchers and believers have debated for years. A new study may point toward “yes.” 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 »
In helping Latter-day Saints young and old to deal with criticisms against the Church and the doubts criticisms might cause, there is no substitute for the guidance of the Holy Ghost, Ed J. Pinegar... 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 »
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 »
Finding a man to marry is hard, author Jon Birger said this week, not due to the "hook-up" culture, but because there are more women with advanced education than there are equivalent men. In... Read more »
The Toronto Ontario Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was dedicated 25 years ago this month. Here are eight interesting details about the Toronto Ontario Temple. Read more »
LDS Church leaders said Wednesday the faith "will go forward" with Scouting but will appoint Scout leaders consistent with its values, a right the BSA said it will defend. The church continues to... Read more »
Defending the Faith: Parallels between Lehite journey, Israelite exodus 'cannot be accounted for by coincidence'
The Book of Mormon account of Lehi's journey to the New World echoes the earlier biblical story of Israel's exodus from Egypt in remarkably complex ways. Young Joseph Smith's biblical knowledge... Read more »
The Mormon Channel released a trailer Friday promoting a new video series, "12 Steps to Change," which details The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Addiction Recovery Program. Read more »
Vandals damaged parts of building and exterior structures at the Fort Collins Colorado Temple construction site early Sunday morning, and an LDS Church spokesman released a statement on the incident. 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 »
It’s a little sad, how we all leave a little piece of ourselves behind when we become adults and move on. But we also carry the childhood “us” forever, and sometimes, if... Read more »
One organization asserts that faith and college football need to go their separate ways. Read more »
The Fort Collins Colorado Temple received its Angel Moroni statue Wednesday, days after vandals damaged the construction site. Read more »
Elder Keith K. Hilbig, who served for 11 years as a general authority of the LDS Church, died Saturday. He was 73. The church's former international legal counsel was placed on medical leave from... Read more »
On Sept. 2, Niquelle Cassador will make history as the first female cadet to leave West Point and serve a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more »
I told him I am in love with him, but he refuses to say it back. Now I feel awkward. Read more »
The Brandon High School marching band in Mississippi found itself on the bench for the school’s first football game of the season after a court order kept it from performing the Christian... Read more »
The Church News has been asked to express gratitude on behalf of President Thomas S. Monson for the many cards, letters and other greetings sent to him on his 88th birthday, which was Aug. 21. Read more »
While 'Missionary Possible' may not change young teenagers' lives or significantly improve their preparation for missions, it is still a valuable resource for exposing them to the Spirit and... Read more »
The Church announced Wednesday morning, Aug. 26, that it will continue its affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America. Read more »
People hoping to serve senior missions should start early to make it happen, says an expert in finance at the 2015 BYU Education Week. W. Craig Judd told his audience to mark the probable year,... Read more »
Donald Trump is trying to appeal to evangelical Christians, which is why he's been talking with evangelical leaders and voters. But does he have his own version of the word of God? Read more »
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