Mar 23, 2019 8:00 pm MDTNew History Channel series wants you to 'experience the life of Jesus as never before' Six years ago, 100 million people watched a 10-part miniseries on the History Channel called "The Bible." With that success in mind, the History Channel is set to air a new eight-part docudrama on the life of Jesus Christ, titled "Jesus: His Life."
<p>Trent Toone is a journalist for the Deseret News, where he writes for a variety of feature sections. Toone was raised in Northern Utah and graduated from the University of Utah in 2003. He has worked for several newspapers and received many awards over his journalism career. </p> <p>Toone is the author of "No Excuses, No Regrets," the sports biography of NFL football player Eric Weddle. He served an LDS mission to Santiago, Chile, and spent a year teaching seminary. Like his father before him, he is a proud Eagle Scout.</p>
Mar 9, 2019 4:23 pm MSTAffirmation now able to offer greater personal support to LGBTQ Latter-day Saints in the US and Canada An international support group focused on helping Latter-day Saints who have same-gender attraction recently announced organizational changes designed to offer greater support to LGBTQ Latter-day Saints.
Mar 3, 2019 7:53 am MST'Faith is a process': Emeritus general authority and wife pen book to help people struggling with ambiguity and doubt Bruce and Marie Hafen first came face to face with a lot of church history challenges and doctrinal questions in a 1960s BYU religion class titled "Your Religious Problems," taught by West Belnap, the school's Dean of Religion.
Feb 27, 2019 5:03 pm MSTChurch donates $2 million to the International African American Museum Center for Family History With thousands gathered for the kickoff of the ninth annual RootsTech Conference, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated $2 million in support of the forthcoming International African American Museum Center for Family History.
Feb 23, 2019 10:00 am MSTLearn about one woman's 15-year journey to find her escaped slave ancestor before she comes to RootsTech Significant breakthroughs often seem to come when a person is at the point of giving up. That was true for Regina Mason, who was ready to abandon her multiyear search for an alleged escaped slave ancestor named William Grimes.