“How did you come to trust God?” my friend asked over the phone. The question was poignant because the good woman who asked had never been given a good reason to trust anyone.
Written by Wallace Goddard,
BYU and the Church History Department are co-sponsoring a Church History Symposium, “The Worldwide Church: The Global Reach of Mormonism.”
Written by BYU Media Relations,
And you thought you were hungry by dinnertime.
Written by Arie Van De Graaff,
Mortality is necessarily full of light and dark threads if it is to work its Christ-like changes in us. Few passages of scripture contain as memorable an illustration of this reality than the account of young Joseph sold into Egypt.
Written by Philip Allred,
Representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints addressed the role of the Church’s global humanitarian outreach efforts at a meeting at the United Nations in New York City on 27 February 2014.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
"Conner Dell didn’t mean to blow up the substitute teacher." With an opening line like that, it isn’t hard to imagine the excitement, intrigue and action that are about to follow.
Written by Michele Ashman Bell,
In this photo essay, see the largest temple the Church has built in 17 years. It may also be one of the most beautiful.
Written by Scot and Maurine Proctor,
On Monday the Washington Vancouver Mission, received the tragic news that one of our sweet and beloved sister missionaries, Sister Jensen Parrish, would be going home to Idaho for a family funeral.
Written by Mark Albright,
People will do the darnedest things to get someone to like them. Here are eight ways to make someone like you that may just work for you.
Written by Andy Proctor,
One of the most common images in Western and Eastern religions alike is of God as a parent and of human beings as God’s children.
Written by The LDS Newsroom,
It is wise counsel indeed that recommends every family have a garden and grow their own food.
Written by James B. (Jim) Kennard ,
My husband Bob and I were recently stranded (wearing thin clothes for Caribbean sunshine) for one sleepless night and two days at ice-bound Dallas Fort Worth Airport during one of the worst winter storms in years.
Written by Anne Bradshaw,
It would still be too early for some.
Written by Kevin Beckstrom,
Where is the balance and how can I know that I’m truly consecrating everything to God when I still say “no” to things?
Written by Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT,
The 12 top contributors and profiteers of sexual exploitation this year.
Written by Meridian Magazine,
February 12, was Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and February 22 was George Washington's birthday. In honor of these two great presidents, I've gathered some outstanding books about several of our presidents throughout the years.
Written by Holly E. Newton,
It shouldn’t have worked, and to be honest my expectations were shaky. To my delight and surprise, however, the production was a terrific success.
Written by Jonathan Decker,
2014 will see the return of a once popular film genre with films like Son of God, Noah, and Exodus.
Written by Mariah Proctor,
If you think it won’t happen to you, consider these companies that had security breaches in the past year: Target, Walmart, Apple, Gmail, JP Morgan Chase, US Airways, Facebook, Adobe, American Express, and State Farm.
Written by Eliot Ward,
For years, when teaching parents about setting up a family economy in their homes, I have taught them that there is a difference between a right and a privilege.
Written by Nicholeen Peck,