Washington court rules against florist in gay wedding case
The Washington Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that a florist who refused to provide services for a same-sex wedding broke the state's antidiscrimination law, even though she claimed doing so would violate her religious beliefs.
Pope: Migration isn't a danger, it's a challenge for growth
Pope Francis, who was reunited Friday with one of the Syrian refugees he brought home with him from Lesbos, Greece, said migrants don't pose a danger to Europe's culture but rather a challenge for societies to grow.
Trump’s wish to ban Muslim immigration is widely shared in Europe
When Americans demonstrated against President Trump’s recent entry ban against citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries, marchers in London, Paris, Berlin and other European cities quickly joined in the protest.
Kenyan pastors offer young people a token of love
On Valentine’s Day, some Kenyan pastors handed out red roses as a sign of love to HIV-positive youth suffering stigma and discrimination.
Elder Holland and teammates honor their college coach
On Friday, Feb. 10, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles joined his former teammates and friends in honoring their beloved basketball coach, Doug Allred.
Elder Neil L. Andersen: Advice and encouragement regarding marriage
Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles encourages BYU-Idaho students to remember these four words: 'Complete honesty, unselfish humility' when dating and choosing someone to marry.
Picturing history: Rhett Home, Beaufort, S.C.
The house, known as "Secession House," was the scene of many discussions and meetings during the 1850s by Edmund Rhett and his allies "advocating secession and Southern independence," and thus a factor in the "Civil War prophecy" of Joseph Smith.
What's new: 'Becoming More Christlike' through small steps, writes Brent L. Top
Brent L. Top's newest book "Becoming More Christlike" is thought-provoking and inspiring for anyone striving to become like Jesus Christ and live by his teachings.
New Harmony: When people call me a sheep, I say thank you
Over the years, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been plastered with more labels than a NASCAR driver’s jacket. The latest label I’m seeing on comment boards and in emails is “sheeple.”
Interviewing, capturing stories through video is 'a chance to share their hearts,' RootsTech speaker says
Video clips are a great way to capture memories because they visually display the emotions of the stories from people’s lives, Tom Taylor said during a Friday afternoon RootsTech session. He offered tips for collecting stories in video format.