Elder Craig C. Christensen shares 8 principles that helped Joseph Smith through trials. Here’s why they can help millennials Speaking at the FairMormon conference, Elder Craig C. Christensen shared eight attributes that helped Joseph Smith navigate the battleground of good and evil.
This Week on Social: Watch missionaries sing the U.S. national anthem at a Houston Astros game Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have posted on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter this week about how small and simple things can make a difference in the lives of others.
This BYU Law Camp challenges young thinkers to learn about real issues up close (but don’t worry, there’s still silliness) A BYU-sponsored law camp attracts a diverse group of participants eager to learn more about the legal community and become advocates in their own communities.
Boyd Matheson: What I learned about using the full name of the Church from two reverends I have watched with great interest how members of the Church and the media have responded to, and sometimes struggled with, implementing President Russell M. Nelson's declarative statement of a year ago.
BYU-Idaho Education Week puts a new spin on what it means to have confidence, joy BYU-Idaho Education Week featured messages from CES Instructor Eric Richards, BYU-Idaho Alumni Director Steve Davis and authors and educators George Durrant and Susan Easton Black.
BYU’s Museum of Art celebrates upcoming 200th anniversary of First Vision with heavenly exhibit BYU's Museum of Art's new exhibit, "Rend the Heavens," celebrates the 200th anniversary of Joseph Smith's first vision and takes a deep look at the connection between humans and the divine.
Elder Steven E. Snow: ‘Be Thou Humble’ Humility is an essential characteristic for followers of Christ Elder Steven E. Snow, a General Authority Seventy and Church Historian, said during the Saturday morning session of general conference on April 2, 2016.
Nepali members in Salt Lake City gather to celebrate Nepali translation of Book of Mormon With singing, dancing, a video presentation and a buffet of Nepali food, members of the Crossroads Square Branch of the South Salt Lake Stake gathered for a cultural celebration to commemorate the Nepali translation of the Book of Mormon on June 17.
This week on social: Beautiful photos of Sister Craven with new granddaughter, Elder Renlund and Bolivian Church member A simple question from a small boy in Mexico City, travel logistics going wrong in Bolivia, the birth of a new grandchild and excitement for general conference coming up — see the topics that inspired social media posts from Church leaders this week
Bishop Gerald Causse: ‘Preparing the Way’ As with John the Baptist, the role of Aaronic Pristhood holders is to “prepare the way” for the work of the Melchizedek Priesthood, Bishop GÉrald CaussÉ observed in his priesthood session address.
This week on social: President Ballard on marriage, inspiring women and a lesson from blackberries The social media accounts of President M. Russell Ballard, Sister Joy D. Jones, Sister Bonnie H. Cordon and Sister Michelle D. Craig shared inspiration they found this week.
Elder M. Russell Ballard: ‘The Importance of a Name’ "The Savior's name is the only name under heaven by which man can be saved," Elder Russell M. Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve said during the Sunday morning session of general conference. "The Lord Jesus Christ knew how important it was to clearly name His Church in these latter days."
‘To see it in action is incredible’ — community influencers from around the world visit Welfare Square While journalists from around the world gathered in Salt Lake City for the Inter American Press Association General Assembly conference held Oct. 27-30, family members and friends of the journalists met at Welfare Square for a tour on Oct. 27.
Polynesian Cultural Center celebrating 50th anniversary The Polynesian Cultural Center has always been vibrant and energetic, but an unusual sense of excitement pervades it right now as some 1,500 alumni of the Church facility and its adjacent BYU-Hawaii campus have converged here, a number that might expand to 3,000 before the weekend is over.