Twila Van Leer: LDS missionaries in Centerville help with stake's goal to expand humanitarian service projects
A large group of Mormon missionaries on this particular Tuesday were doing such things as tying quilts, cutting out pajamas and ponchos and doing other acts of service in the Centerville Utah South Stake Humanitarian Center.
Music and the Spoken Word: Bring them in
In many ways, circumstances haven’t changed since the time of the pioneers. People still struggle — not in snowbanks but in grim and difficult circumstances. And who are their rescuers? Perhaps we can be.
Sneak peek of LDS teen Evie Clair's latest performance on 'America's Got Talent' catches viewers' attention before episode airs
Evie Clair, the 13-year-old from Arizona whose first round performance on “America’s Got Talent” of Christina Perri’s “Arms,” made her an early favorite, will return on Tuesday’s episode of the talent competition.
One of the 'Sistas in Zion' tweets her thoughts on people who leave the LDS faith
Tamu Smith, one of the Sistas in Zion, authors and Time Out for Women speakers, recently tweeted her thoughts on people who leave the faith and how she finds true peace.
Evie Clair advances on 'America's Got Talent' with 'special' performance
Evie Clair isn’t done on “America’s Got Talent.” The 13-year-old member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints not only advanced, but all five judges, including guest judge DJ Khaled, gave Clair positive feedback.
Tiffany Gee Lewis: A return to the Shire and how it's never quite the same
God never intended us to stay in the garden forever. And if we return, we'll never be the same.
Picturing history: John Young home, Mendon, New York
The Mendon, New York, home of John Young, father of Brigham Young, was separated into two sections and one was moved to the opposite side of the street. Both sections were subsequently altered and enlarged and are still extant today.
LDS Church releases photos, videos of expanded MTC
Photographs of the newly expanded Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah are now released. The project took over two years to complete.
Twila Van Leer: Ancestor's clarinet is a touch of family history
Joe, another brother David, their respective wives, Julia and Calene, and I had to make arrangements in advance to be able to see the clarinet, which is one of some 100,000 (and growing) items in the museum's collection.
New MTC buildings in Provo include larger classrooms, outside study space
Kelly Mills knows the Provo Missionary Training Center is not intended as the ultimate destination for the tens of thousands of Mormon missionaries who pass through it each year.