How Sister Ida Romney came to know for certain that Joseph Smith was a prophet of GodSister Ida Jensen Romney, wife of President Marion G. Romney, drew upon personal knowledge and testimony to help others as she made gospel living a part of her life.
Want to try a new — or old — pie recipe for Pi Day? Take a look at these pies from Church historyWe thought we'd help people celebrate National Pie Day today by compiling a list of archived Church pie recipes — everything from a pioneer-era swiss apple pie to a butterscotch cheerio pie from a 1959 Relief Society Magazine. Bake away!
Here's a quick timeline of when young men have been ordained to the priesthood over the yearsAges for ordaining young men to priesthood offices are not “doctrinally mandated” and have varied throughout Church history, according to materials released by the Church. Following is a historical list of ages for priesthood ordination.
What historians, scholars and Church members are saying about the Joseph Smith Papers on its 10th anniversaryHere's a look at how the award-winning Joseph Smith Papers project has given scholars and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints greater access to original sources for Joseph Smith's life and his teachings.
What general conference looked like over 100 years ago and how it's changedWhat did general conference look like 50 years ago? 100 years ago? This semiannual tradition of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has seen many changes over the years ever since a group of 27 Church members gathered in June of 1830.