Navy football coach featured in 'Meet the Mormons' receives new call as stake presidentPresident/Coach Ken Niumatalolo continues his balancing act — serving in Church leadership callings while directing a high-profile Division 1 college football program.
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.
Advice for the 'whole soul': 4 invitations to help Latter-day Saints endure to the endIn their first devotional of 2019 entitled “Developing Capable and Trusted Disciples of Christ,” LDS Business College President Bruce Kusch and his wife Alynda, focused their address on the condition of our hearts and souls.
'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.
How a father of 6 is moving forward with faith and forgiveness 1 year after his wife was killed by a drunk driverSince losing his wife of 15 years to a tragic car accident, life hasn't been easy for Jacob Evans and his six children. But in the year since losing their wife and mother, the Evans family has strengthened their faith through family and forgiveness.
Spencer's shadow: How listening to a 13-year-old deacons quorum president helped this father with his autistic sonWhen his 12-year-old son with autism received the priesthood and prepared to pass the sacrament, Jacob Evans was worried how it would go. He was humbled by the wisdom and priesthood authority of a young deacons quorum leader.
From cheese labels to New Era cartoonist: How this artist sketched his way to drawing for Church magazinesFor more than 40 years, Val Bagley's cartoons in the "New Era" and other publications entertained Latter-day Saint youth and adults alike. Bagley has also recently published the "Sunday Activity Book," a 190-page book with fun games for all ages.