At BYU, LDS leader says integrity is no old-fashioned virtue
Teary-eyed, Elder Ronald A. Rasband remembered the lessons he learned about integrity from his mentor, Jon Huntsman Sr., during a BYU devotional Tuesday. In an interview with the Deseret News, he showed how a role reversal confirmed those lessons.
What questions did Elder Rasband ask BYU students to spot-check their integrity?
"Assess with me for a minute how you see and exercise integrity," Elder Ronald A. Rasband said before he listed these 17 questions for BYU students at a campus devotional on Tuesday.
Book review: 'A House Divided' shares story of escaping wickedness in the Promised Land
When Hannah awakes, she realizes she has escaped the plans of King Laman, but successfully moving forward will require much faith and all of her wits in "A House Divided." This sequel to "Ishmael's Daughters" does not disappoint.
Winter adventures of two Mormon missionaries featured in Boston U. student publication
The winter adventures of two Mormon missionaries were recently chronicled by a student journalist at Boston University.
Welcome back to the Jordan River Utah Temple
Church leaders hope folks of all backgrounds can make life-changing family memories during the open house of the renovated temple in the south end of the Salt Lake Valley.
The young women are ready: Changes to camp provide leadership opportunities
A new Young Women Camp Guide, which will be available this spring, is based on leadership principles.
LDS mom breaks world record for half-marathon with triple stroller
Ashlee Eskelsen, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, set a world record on Saturday for finishing a half-marathon pushing a triple stroller with her three sons — her youngest just 4 and a half months old.
Living with 'integrity of heart': Elder Ronald A. Rasband shares lessons from his mentor, Jon M. Huntsman
Recognizing students are in a time where they are learning skills that will help them establish traditions in their homes, families and work, Elder Rasband spoke during a campus devotional at BYU of the need for integrity in all areas of life.
American Bible Society’s .bible domain policies restrict religious freedom online, critics say
The question became urgent after the American Bible Society acquired the .bible top-level domain name — an identification string like “.com” or “.org” — and then applied restrictive policies on who can use it.
New Harmony: Two declarations that bookend LDS life
As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we sometimes forget that two of the most beloved and revered declarations in the church were never written with members as the intended audience.