We’re One Step Closer to the End of the ‘Reporting Month’ with Weekly Sacrament Meeting Attendance Records
Hallelujah! Sacrament meeting reporting will actually reflect sacrament meeting attendance.
Tanya Bennion didn’t think she’d have to remarry, let alone think about being sealed to another man. How did she navigate this situation?
The organizational changes come as the third part of major changes for youth.
Serving as a witness to sacred ordinances is no longer a privilege restricted to men.
The training will be required for all ward and stake leadership, as well as others.
The importance of motherhood is deeply ingrained in Latter-day Saint culture, but what of those women in the Church who don’t want to have children or those who struggle for years with infertility, seemingly unable to fulfill their divine mandate?
Standing up to difficult male priesthood leadership is not necessarily shrill or stubborn.
The great alignment continues. Students will still attend seminary following their school schedule, but study material based on the Church’s overall schedule.
Long ignored in the discussion on new developments in temple garment materials, men are finally having their day!
By all accounts 2018 was a whirlwind of a year for Latter-day Saints. So it’s only fitting to take a look back at the stories and news that shaped our year.
With two-hour church on the horizon, maintaining a split Sunday school and Youth advancement structure wouldn’t make sense.
With General Conference just around the corner, and coming of the heels of one of the more consequential General Conferences in recent memory, the (formerly)
Admitting that social media can be addictive and present a false sense of reality, President Russell M. Nelson promised great blessings and improved focus if youth will take a break from their smartphones.
The result was inevitable, but the announcement that the LDS Church will cease its participation in Scouting will send waves across Mormonism.
Established in 2012, the Asia Women’s Conference brings together English-speaking Latter-day Saint women from across Asia, allowing them to navigate the challenges of local customs, and sometimes, local laws.
Longtime LDS programs Home Teaching and Visiting Teaching are going out the window in favor of a more nuanced approach.
For years I’ve loved teaching Relief Society, but dreaded lessons on the priesthood. Here’s how that changed.
The landmark move ends decades of close work with the Boy Scouts of America.
Get insights on the visiting teaching message for the month