It’s been a year since things got crazy with COVID, and the Sisters have much to reflect on in the process. Remember when many of us thought this would just last for a few weeks and life would return to normal?
Coinciding with the COVID shutdown is the anniversary of the earthquake in Utah that seems to have become something of a cultural touchstone. Let us reflect on Moroni losing his trumpet.
Jana Riess managed to get an inside scoop on a survey the Church has sent out to young adults. The Church often sends out surveys to targeted groups, but a peek behind the curtain in this instance shows us what Church leadership is thinking about LGBTQ issues, Young Single Adult wards, and a bevy of other content. Really interesting.
Did your kids participate in the Global Youth Music Festival? What did they think? What did you think?
In other music news, three Latter-day Saints have made it to Hollywood Week on American Idol. They are better than the other contestants, you see. UPDATE: Who made it through to Duets? WHO?
A bike accident has left NBA legend and Latter-day Saint Shawn Bradley paralyzed. Terrible news.
A Deseret News op-ed argues Americans are replacing actual religion with politics. That’s dangerous. Utah’s governor, Spencer Cox, also feels the same way, even expressing disappointment with his fellow lawmakers’ lunacy and failure to put forth good policy proposals while embracing tribalism.
Something is rotten in the state of Idaho. A state senator, not wearing a mask, used his time at the lectern to ask fellow lawmakers to secure his daughter a date. OK.
50 years inside BYU Law School! What a time!
Entrepreneur and Latter-day Saint David Neeleman is ready to launch yet another airline. He’s the founder of JetBlue and Brazil’s Azul.
The Sisters offer some insights on Murder Among the Mormons.
Favorite things! The Kiss Impress press-on nails can be found on Amazon.