Over a century after that funeral, the example of Jane Manning James continues to inspire Latter-day Saints, and her brief life sketch remains a precious link connecting us with the first generation of those who embraced the restored gospel.Read More
“SHAMELESS,” a short film by Cooper Anderson, opens your eyes to labels, inner struggles, and healing through the atonement of Jesus Christ
Get a new and unique view of the hope and healing that come through Jesus Christ and his atonement.Read More
We stopped people on the street and asked them why their Mothers’ are so important to them. Are their reasons the same as yours?Read More
Members of the LDS Church embrace a theology that includes a daily quest for personal perfection, if not in this life, then in the afterlife. That quest can become toxic if it morphs into self-righteousness and judgment of how well others meet one’s own internal standard. This is the first in a series of stories about the impact such judgments can have on individuals, families and the church as a whole.Read More
Speaking at Windsor Castle to a conference on religious persecution and forced migration, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland said there is much to learn from the 19th-century Mormon refugee experience that could help modern-day refugees rise above their circumstances.Read More
“The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is concerned about the temporal and spiritual welfare of all of God’s children across the earth,” the statement said, “with special concern for those who are fleeing physical violence, war and religious persecution. The church urges all people and governments to cooperate fully in seeking the best solutions to meet human needs and relieve suffering.”—LDS Church statementRead More
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