Family of 6-year-old girl who died in Vineyard auto-pedestrian crash speaks out
The family of a 6-year-old girl who died after being struck by an SUV spoke about their daughter Friday.
Mormons will soon drink coffee! Debunking a dubious General Conference rumor
For weeks now I’ve been seeing a persistent rumor circulating in social media: that the prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Russell M. Nelson, is about to lift the ban on Mormons’ drinking caffeinated coffee and tea.
Millennials and why they leave The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The landscape of religion is changing across America.
Billboard announcing new LDS temple in Layton turns out to be a hoax
A sign on a street corner in Layton purports to mark the site of a new temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
How the Pocatello temple groundbreaking impacted Idaho’s Muslim community following the New Zealand shootings
Charles Dickens wrote of the events surrounding the French Revolution: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
Woman Accused of Setting Fire to LDS Church Buildings
Authorities say an 18-year-old woman set fire to buildings belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Orem.
Missouri House votes to allow Bible courses in public school
Missouri House lawmakers have passed legislation to allow public schools to offer elective social studies classes on the Bible.
New directors of Historic Kirtland will shift its focus to history and discovering ancestors
Daniel and Jan Isaac first came to Historic Kirtland in the autumn five years ago when they led a group from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints History Department on a visit of the church’s historic properties in Ohio.
Romney’s Mormon religion helps explain his criticism of Trump
Mitt Romney has been one of few prominent Republicans to criticize Donald Trump, beginning with the 2016 presidential campaign. He did so again recently in response to Trump’s critical comments about John McCain.
No Sunday play policy has BYU women’s hoops preparing for NCAA run in unique way
The BYU women’s basketball team walked into Maples Pavilion at Stanford on a practice day before the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Church to Reduce the Number of Styles Offered for Scripture Bindings
“We can feel the Lord hastening His work to gather Israel. And with this hastening comes the joyful imperative to simplify and focus,” said Sister Michelle D. Craig, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency and a member of the scriptures committee, about the change to the scripture styles.