Social media missionaries and Sister Joy D. Jones share how family history work can protect children and familiesAt RootsTech and on social media, women of the Church are finding ways to participate in family history and temple work and are creating new ways to engage their families in the work.
Stories By Aubrey Eyre
2 BYU religion professors weigh in on why 'Come, Follow Me' should be just the beginning of your gospel studyTwo BYU religion professors shared their insights about the new "Come, Follow Me" curriculum and why it is more important than ever to take on the responsibility of personal learning and study.
Unleashing the power of families: How the 'Come, Follow Me' curriculum has 'fundamentally' shifted the gospel experience for members around the worldA month into the new year, new Church schedule and new home-centered curriculum, families from around the world share how the changes have affected their Church and family study experiences, especially with small children.
The 2 percent: How Muslims, Jews and other faiths are fostering interfaith understanding at BYUIn 2018, BYU reinstated an interfaith club on campus and was featured by a major Christian publication for creating an environment of inclusivity for non-Latter-day Saint students. Here's a look at what that means for the students involved.
President Worthen, Sister Worthen kick off BYU semester with lessons on divine identity, spiritual giftsSpeaking to students gathered at the Marriott Center on the BYU campus in Provo, Utah, university President Kevin J. Worthen and his wife, Sister Peggy S. Worthen, share important reminders of loving Father in Heaven as students begin a new semester.
'God is good': How a not-so-typical mission reunion in Bolivia was the start of many miraclesTwenty years after serving together as young missionaries in Bolivia, some 70 missionaries returned to the country to witness miracles, to see the fruit of seeds long ago planted and to visit the temple they never saw completed.