SUU coach Ed Lamb is not a Mormon but serves anyway
Southern Utah University head football coach Ed Lamb regularly attends meetings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with his family. He finds truth in the teachings of the gospel and has accepted various opportunities to serve. He said the church has been hugely influential in his life.
Mormons Turn to the Internet to Preach
The LDS Church has embraced the virtual universe with unalloyed enthusiasm, hoping to harness its global reach to bring converts to Christ, while some local Mormon leaders have used the same tools to monitor - and occasionally discipline - longtime members.
The man who delivers flowers, candy and much more
Many years ago, LDS Church President Spencer W. Kimball called in a young man who had distinguished himself early in life and asked him if he was willing to serve in a calling to assist Native Americans, and that is just what Dale Tingey has done.
Experts launch project to digitize neglected Bosnian heritage
A group of Balkan experts have launched a high-tech project to digitize Bosnia's historical archives which were partly destroyed during its three wars last century and are still under threat from neglect and a lack of funding.
How President Uchtdorf Upended My Apple Cart
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, along with his wife, Sister Harriet Uchtdorf, have upended my apple cart. They didn’t mean to. But now there are apples all over the street. And I had them in such a tidy display.
If he runs, Mitt Romney’s the man to beat in 2016, poll says
"Should Mitt Romney decide to run, he would be the man to beat."
That’s the take of pollster John Zogby and it’s based on an online survey of likely Republican primary voters conducted last week.
The Church Handbook Now Includes Social Media
Social media is becoming ever increasingly important in spreading the gospel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Recently the Church has updated its Handbook 2: Administering the Church, to include social media.