BETA

Stories By Rachel Sterzer Gibson

Sister Neill F. Marriott and her daughters speak during BYU Women's Conference Sister Neill F. Marriott of the young women presidency speaks alongside her three daughters — Caroline Marriott, Kate Marriott Mitchell and Paige Marriott Storheim — during a breakout session at BYU Women's Conferenc
Elder D. Todd Christofferson: 'Everyone has a stake in religious freedom' “Whether you’re religious or not — whether you initially recognize it or not — everyone has a stake in protecting religious freedom,” Elder D. Todd Christofferson said in a speech to business and community leaders.
Sister Linda K. Burton speaks at BYU Women's Conference of the "Two Great Commandments" Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, spoke of the “Two Great Commandments” as she addressed more than 15,000 women gathered in the Marriott Center for the 40th Annual BYU Women’s Conference in Provo, Utah.
Elder L. Whitney Clayton speaks to BYU grads of 'the blessing of connecting to God' Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the Presidency of the Seventy speaks to close to 6,000 graduates during BYU commencement exercises held in the Marriott Center on Thursday, April 21.
Elder Dale G. Renlund: 'That I Might Draw All Men Unto Me' In his remarks Saturday morning, Elder Dale G. Renlund said that because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, there will ultimately be no unfairness.
RootsTech 2016: Engaging youth and teens in family history In a session during RootsTech 2016, Becca Summers and Brooke Parker shared ideas and resources on how to help youth become engaged in family history by combining topics they're passionate about with tools they use and love.
RootsTech 2016: Close friends Wendy Watson Nelson and Sheri Dew discuss family history Close friends — Wendy Nelson and Sheri Dew — share the stage for the Family History Discussion for Family Discovery Day at RootsTech 2016.
Primary general presidency discusses 2016 Sharing Time theme, 'I Know the Scriptures Are True' The Primary general presidency hopes that sharing time instruction next year will help children discover a love for the scriptures.
Sister Neill F. Marriott: 'Yielding Our Hearts to God' In her remarks Saturday morning, Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency, shared the family motto chosen by her, her husband and children, “It will all work out.”
How to make general conference meaningful No matter where individuals are participating in general conference — whether from home, in the Conference Center or their local Church building — if they listen with a prayer of faith, they will be able to receive personal revelation.
BYU professor teaches how to take the fear out of dating “Love is a process, not a feeling,” taught Michael A. Goodman during a session of BYU Campus Education Week on Friday, Aug. 21.
LDS Church releases '12 Steps to Change' video series New videos highlight the 12 steps of the addiction recovery program in conjunction with National Addiction Recovery Month in September.
BYU Education Week: 'Come to the House of the Lord' In his class titled “You’re Not Alone: Come to the House of the Lord,” during BYU Campus Education Week on Aug. 21, Brad Wilcox shared the “Five S’s” of the temple.
Idaho Mother of the Year uses gospel as 'a guiding light' Church member Erika Soelberg was honored earlier this year as the Idaho Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc.
Erika Soelberg, who was honored as the Idaho Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc., with her husband, Kent, and their seven children and their families.
Colorado Young Mother of the Year: 'The gospel is everything' Shalyn Heath, the Colorado Young Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc., has learned to slow down and enjoy the little things with her kids.
Shalyn Heath, who was recently honored as the Colorado Young Mother of the Year, with her husband, Alex, and children: Josh, 13; Garrett, 11; Taylor, 10; Carson, 6; and Aubrey, 3.
Martin Harris Pageant cast members are performers, missionaries Produced every other year, the Martin Harris Pageant held in Clarkston, Utah, enables cast members to share testimonies of the Restoration and the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon.