Category: Church Administration
Lest you think Elder Uchtdorf is getting a well-deserved break after 10 years in the First Presidency, he’ll be kept quite busy in his new roles.
If you’re looking for Elder Uchtdorf to voice his displeasure at being removed from the First Presidency, you will be disappointed.
Russell M. Nelson Set Apart as 17th President of LDS Church, Dallin H. Oaks as First Counselor and Henry B. Eyring as Second Counselor
In a move not seen since the 1970s, a member of the First Presidency has not been retained in a new administration for reasons other than health.
Many of us of a certain age don’t know a Mormon Church without the presence of Thomas S. Monson or Gordon B. Hinckley. These are unknown waters.
The passing of President Thomas S. Monson means a reorganization of the First Presidency. What has history taught us and what will happen in the future?
For the first time since 1994, a President of the Church will not be present at any sessions of General Conference.
The LDS Church now holds the earliest copies of manuscripts used for the translation and printing of the Book of Mormon.
The Philippines is now one of five countries with at least 100 stakes. Nevertheless, challenges remain.
In the wake of racially charged violence and death in Charlottesville, Mormons—and their Church—can and should do more to combat racism.
In a rare move, the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles announced the abrupt release and excommunication of Elder James. J Hamula.
LDS Church Ushers in the Modern Era with Parental Leave, Pants for Women, and Jacketless Dress Perks for Employees
The move comes a year after the Church loosened dress and grooming standards for Mormon missionaries.
The first four months of 2017 say the smallest number of organizations of new LDS congregations in years. But that’s not the whole story.
President EJ Caffaro of the Guatemala City South Mission was involved in a fatal motorcycle accident in the city of Jalapa.
Remember the Controversy When the Mormon Church Purchased a Salt Lake City Street? It’s Happening Again – in Manti
Manti says it’s a good deal. Free speech advocates condemn plans to privatize a local road.
With the opening of The Book of Mormon musical in Melbourne and now Australian comedian Shaun Micallef’s Stairway to Heaven documentary exploring the Church of
The 2017 version of the Friend will include more calls to action and a renewed focus on preteens.
The first videos are slated for a 2018 release.
Major changes are underway with regard to how BYU helps victims of sexual assault.
But will the Mormon Church fully utilize Snapchat to its awesomeness?
Effective now, it’s a new ballgame for Mormon missionaries, err, volunteers in Russia
What will Russia’s new, punitive anti-terror law mean for Mormon missionaries?
The Dodgers have spent years welcoming General Authorities and Officers to throw the first pitch, but the Angels? Not so much.
“My religious principles are not in any way, shape or form compromisable. But I actually believe I’m living my religion now as I look out and try to do good to those that maybe don’t agree with me, those that may hate me or loving my neighbor or trying to be respectful of other people.”
From mid-August to early September, you can tour Philadelphia’s newest icon.
The stake is the third in Central Europe.
Ever seen a Mormon temple? What is it? Check out a glorious map of every temple on earth.
The Church has appified fixing building problems with the Facilities Issue Reporting app.
Greg Harris, president of North Star International, joins us to talk about LGBT issues in the Church and how to be a follower of Christ.