Voices from around the world consider Trump's first 100 days
the most stunning political victory of the 21st century, one that brought shocked concern in many parts of the world and cheers in others. One uncontroversial certainty was that it would cause reverberations around the globe.
Judge cites Trump's comment in 'sanctuary city' ruling
For the third time in two months, a federal judge has knocked down an immigration order by President Donald Trump and used Trump's own language against him.
This Provo boy's lemonade stand still shines during spring break thanks to his sister's help
Zack Francom started his own pop-up lemonade stand in Provo almost eight years ago, and it’s still receiving national attention.
Book review: ‘Slave Queen’ blends Middle Eastern past with present in historical novel
A special agent’s life is on the balance when he realizes a crime committed hundreds of years before affects his family in dangerous ways today in H.B. Moore's "Slave Queen."
Book review: Suspenseful conclusion to PI series also functions well as a standalone novel
"Walk of Infamy" wraps up the series with conspiracy, assassins and a little romance. While Rhea Jensen fans will savor the final chapter, this 2016 Whitney Awards nominee can also be enjoyed as a standalone novel.
New Nauvoo Studies program is accepting applications for fall 2017 and winter 2018
A new experience for LDS college students to attend a semester in Nauvoo is now available. Launched by Nauvoo Studies, the University Studies program is designed for college-age LDS students. The program will include a 15-week-long program.
Reader voices: Darkness, as well as light, helps us grow
It is in the darkness of night that God has worked many mighty miracles. We need darkness in our lives to help us grow our faith, develop hope and expand our courage.
Christ United Methodist Church celebrates 125 years of ministry
The Faith on Fire band and choir perform "Chain Breaker" during Christ United Methodist Church's 125th anniversary celebration in Salt Lake City on Sunday.
Meet Greg Trimble, the California man behind the viral Mormon blog
Three years ago, Greg Trimble started a blog to share his LDS faith as a digital missionary. Within a few months, his blogs were going viral. Meet the California man behind the Mormon blog.
The beginning and the end of 'The Krakens' through the eyes of its creator
Have you ever felt that Mormon art was “stuck in a rut?” Have you ever thought that you’re seeing the same 20 paintings in every church building? Do you know the name of even one LDS artist?