Mother’s Day isn’t easy for a lot of people for a lot of reasons, many centered on expectations. For me, it’s been a day when a huge mirror is placed in front of me, forcing me to see what I’m doing. It hasn’t ever felt like a healthy evaluation, but more of an imposed critique while being forced to listen to stories of Angel Mothers Who Never Raised Their Voices and stuff like that.
Fellow Mormon and Ender’s Game author Orson Scott Card has created a new sci-fi TV series called Extinct that will be shown exclusively on BYUtv starting in October 2017. CHECK OUT THE FIRST TRAILER!
ALS is debilitating. And eventually deadly. But there is hope. And good people looking to serve others and searching for a cure.
Becky and Scott Mackintosh have loved their son as he has grown up, served a mission, come out as gay, and left the faith he was raised in. The entire family has learned to love in new, more inclusive ways.
IN UTAH THEATERS JUNE 2017. New from acclaimed filmmaker T.C. Christensen (The Cokeville Miracle, 17 Miracles) comes the inspiring true story of love, loss, courage, and family—LOVE, KENNEDY.
Tim Timmerman is opening! We’ve got the reviews for you—see what people are saying!
This movie has inspired millions. Including LDS-YouTubers WORKING WITH LEMONS! Check out their video!
In the heart of Utah County, people are picking up the standard and moving it forward to help strengthen families with LGBT members.
Napolean Dynamite meets Ferris Bueller. That is what many people are calling this new film set in Utah in the 1990s.