FamilySearch and the Church History Library combine for a great July 24th Pioneer Day surprise! Check it out!
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.
Get a new and unique view of the hope and healing that come through Jesus Christ and his atonement.
We stopped people on the street and asked them why their Mothers’ are so important to them. Are their reasons the same as yours?
We love seeing the world through the eyes of missionaries!
“Nothing is going to startle us more when we pass through the veil to the other side than to realize how well we know our Father and how familiar his face is to us.”
Have you heard the interesting story of Olive Oatman, the original “Tattooed Mormon?”
The two articles below (by Richard Ostler and Mindy Gledhill) have gone relatively “viral” in social media that past couple of weeks. Both address modesty and judgment. Take a few…
Homosexuals need to know that they absolutely have a place in the church.
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.