NY Times highlights LDS bride who planned wedding in 5 days
Planning weddings can be gruesome. Hours of cake tasting, registering for gifts, designing invitations, picking colors, choosing flowers, planning food and dress shopping can add up to enough stress to make any bride scream.
Despite tragedy, LDS family from Taiwan finds comfort in fellowship of Japanese members
While on a trip to Japan with his family, an LDS man from Taiwan suffered a heart attack that eventually took his life. What brought great comfort to his family was the support of local Latter-day Saints who responded to help the family.
Trump’s budget slashes aid to the poor. Would Jesus have a problem with that?
Since it was unveiled last week, President Trump’s proposed budget has been widely denounced as “immoral” and downright “evil” for boosting defense spending by billions while demanding drastic cuts to vital aid programs.
In ‘turbulent times,’ 500 rabbis look for ways to resist and cope
In the weeks since his inauguration, Trump has given progressive-minded rabbis much to resist and counter, said Andrea London, who with more than 500 other rabbis is attending the annual convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
Author Esther Emery on her year without internet and how she reconnected with God
When blogger and self-described social-networking addict Esther Emery announced she was logging off from the internet for a year, she got one of two reactions.
Lessons Twila Van Leer learned from her ancestors
Family history is more than names and dates on a chart. Your ancestors can teach you valuable lessons about such qualities as faithfulness, sacrifice, courage and enduring to the end.
'We're not pulling back' from helping refugees, LDS leader says as First Presidency increases budget
The leadership of the LDS Church has added money to the refugee response efforts of its charity coming off a year when donations allowed LDS Charities to quintuple refugee aid projects in the wake of the "I Was a Stranger" initiative.
LDS members assist in returning lost WWII flag to family of fallen Japanese soldier
A few members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Alabama recently assisted a high school history teacher in returning a lost World War II flag to the family of a fallen Japanese soldier.
Tiffany Gee Lewis: In search of the teenage brain
There are times when the teen brain seems to be on extended leave. Here's what's happening, and what you can do about it.
Southern Baptist leaders stand by Moore after his apologies
Russell Moore can keep his job. But only after he apologized for criticizing Southern Baptists who supported Donald Trump for president.