Church statement says changes coming for local celebrations, including pageantsThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Saturday that there will be changes to local celebrations, including pageants.
Kristin Chenoweth to join The Tabernacle Choir in their 2018 annual Christmas concert — here's how to get ticketsThis year, one of Broadway’s most well-known performers, Kristin Chenoweth, will appear as the featured guest and narrator of the annual Christmas concert by The Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square and Bells on Temple Square.
President Nelson speaks about using full, proper name of the Church during visit to CanadaSpeaking of his recent call to identify The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by its full, formal name, rather than nicknames and abbreviations, President Nelson said the direction does not constitute a name change but rather a course corre
Elder Holland on why LDS Church and NAACP partnership is a golden opportunityThe joint courses will be the first practical application of the new relationship between the Church and the famous black civil rights organization. The initiative was announced July 15 at the 109th NAACP Annual Convention.
How you should — or shouldn't — interpret the Word of Wisdom, according to one BYU professorBenjamin Bikman, a BYU professor of physiology and development biology, spoke on his diabetes research and insulin resistance research during a July 17 BYU Forum, tying the research to Church members' perceptions of the Word of Wisdom.
Church receives President Joseph F. Smith’s Bible nearly 100 years after Doctrine and Covenants revelationRobert Jackson believes their family bible was the one President Smith was reading at the time he received the revelation on the souls of the dead now found in Doctrine and Covenants 138. Now, his family has donated the bible to the Church.
Women auxiliary leaders present donation to help provide healing, justice for victims of child abuseSister Bonnie H. Cordon presented a $50,000 donation from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Utah's Children’s Justice Centers on Wednesday, June 27, to support the center's work with victims of child sexual abuse.
Faith as identity: Why Church members have a responsibility to protect religious freedomsThe bells on the BYU Provo campus that chime out the Pioneer anthem “Come, Come Ye Saints” had an increased resonance and meaning for those on campus attending the “Religious Freedom Annual Review” June 20 and 21.