The LDS Church leader visited three refugee camps and checked on the progress of aid.
A new study has found that mindfulness — a common practice among some Buddhists — may actually be better than drugs. Read more »
In "Farewell, My Denmark," Tina Peterson Scott brings her readers into the boat and across the sea from Denmark as 700 early Saints immigrate to America. Read more »
When the economy hit, it took us and many others with it. I was reminded once again that several years later things still aren't much better. Sometimes that gets hard. Read more »
Most of the group of Mormons who submitted letters to resign from their membership the LDS Church at an event on Saturday said they have long been disaffected from the church. They decided to leave... Read more »
Saturday, November 14, the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a statement regarding the attacks in Paris, and directed that the flags on Temple Square be... Read more »
BuzzFeed published an article Friday morning about husband and father Ryan Raddon, who is best known as DJ Kaskade. Read more »
We live in a day when more knowledge is literally at our fingertips than ever before. This explosion of information fills our brains and makes us ever wiser. Or does it? Read more »
Toni Sorenson weaves a beautiful novel that tugs at the heartstrings in her recent work titled, “Peter: A Novel.” “Peter” doesn’t focus on the ministry of Jesus Christ... Read more »
Pope Francis has decided to donate a crucifix given to him by Cuba’s president, Raul Castro, to a parish at the forefront of the European refugee crisis. Read more »
Banners posted at predominantly white churches across the country in support of the “Black Lives Matter” movement have been vandalized — some of them more than once. Read more »
A very old, little mosque in the United Arab Emirates offers insights into the transition between Israel's "tabernacle in the wilderness" and the grand temple of Solomon. Read more »
Are you really grateful for the good stuff that comes into your life? Do you even recognize it? Maybe you should make a top-10 gratitude list. Read more »
LDS Church provides additional information on handbook policies about same-sex couples and their children
The First Presidency sent a letter to area and local church leaders Friday clarifying changes to church handbook policies regarding same-sex couples and their children. Read more »
Members of minority faith groups in the U.S. have evolving views of the role religion plays in their lives. Read more »
The First Presidency has announced changes to three Area Presidencies: the Africa West, Asia and South America Northwest areas. All members of Area Presidencies are General Authority Seventies or... Read more »
New Church policy impacting same-sex couples and their children originate out of compassion, said Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles during a video interview on Nov. 6. Read more »
After touring Provo City Center Temple, Bishop Caussé calls it 'stunning,' 'magnificent,' 'a rare gem'
Details about the renovation of the historic Provo City Center Temple were shared Thursday morning at a press event by the LDS Church, a historian, an archaeologist and construction experts. Read more »
Religious sisters are surprisingly entertaining when they appear on reality television. Read more »
Podcasts help the religious "imagine being in church," according to Slate. These are some of the most popular faith-based ones. Read more »
Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah explained how the courts, the Obama administration, and state legislatures are the three institutions "undermining the vitality of religious life in our country" in a floor... Read more »
Before actress Zooey Deschanel wed Jacob Pechenik in June, she "made a grand gesture" by converting to Judaism, according to Us Weekly. Read more »
The head of a national Republican Jewish activist group predicted on Tuesday (Nov. 10) that dissatisfaction with the Iran nuclear deal will increase the GOP’s share of the Jewish vote in 2016. Read more »
Pope Francis just did an interview with a newspaper that's produced by the poor. Here are six of the biggest quotes. Read more »
Over the weekend, social media sites were buzzing with debates over Starbucks holiday cup design. Read more »
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The LDS Church leader visited three refugee camps and checked on the progress of longstanding partnerships with international humanitarian organizations to provide aid during the worst humanitarian... 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 »
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 »
Some Christians say they’re tired of being made into the bad guys. They’re tired of being called the bigots, the haters. Read more »
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ with its Christmas initiative, “A Savior Is Born,” beginning Nov. 29, 2015. Read more »
Cedar City resident Grace Simkins recently celebrated her 107th birthday with her family. Read more »
Al Fox Carraway and James Curran talked to people about Thanksgiving traditions in a recently released video. Read more »
Although their names aren’t included in the official list, four women can be added as additional witnesses of the physical reality and divine process Joseph Smith went through in the... Read more »
If you are planning to scan your collection of old photos and negatives, here are five things you need to know in order to create a useable archive that will last for future generations. 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 »
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 »
The newly renovated Montreal Quebec Temple stands as a tribute to the rich and diverse history of Montreal and the pioneering Latter-day Saints who built the Church in Quebec’s largest... Read more »
New research attempts to narrow down who deserves the label "evangelical Christian." Read more »
For parents who want to spark children’s interest in Bible stories, here are some suggestions. Read more »
Navy football coach Kenny Niumatalolo quietly navigates his hectic schedule and the many people in his life — assistant coaches, players, rear admirals, administrators, legendary alums like... Read more »
A newly renovated temple of The Church of Jesus Christ’s of Latter-day Saints in Quebec represents the vast diversity of Montreal, Canada’s most bilingual city. Read more »
In "Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path," author and parent Robin Zenger Baker discusses a topic that is not often discussed in the LDS faith: What to do when a child leaves the church.... Read more »
At a devotional celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Washington DC Stake, President Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve joined with others on Nov. 20 to honor pioneering Latter-day... Read more »
On Jan. 19, 1847, members of the Mormon Battalion still found themselves on the California-Sonora Trail of the Mexican Era. Box Canyon became the first wagon road into southern California. Read more »
“We are celebrating the rededication tomorrow of the beautiful Montreal Quebec Temple of God,” said President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, moments before... Read more »
Volunteers in several areas in Utah and Idaho helped sort and pack hygiene, school and newborn kits headed to Zimbabwe through Eyes4Zimbabwe, which was started by a trio of LDS pro golfers. Read more »
RootsTech family history conference recently announced several of the keynote speakers for its February conference. Read more »
In Box Elder County, you hear troubled kids talk about avoiding “juvie.” Juvie is the juvenile justice facility in North Ogden. It’s the foyer, so to speak, of the criminal... Read more »
U.S. Catholic leaders have announced plans to address pornography use among church members. Read more »
SUU wide receiver Justin Brown's life changed when his coach, who is not a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, suggested he consider serving an LDS mission. Read more »
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