As the Race crests the halfway point, teams must struggle against plastic, cheese, Amish, and Big Brother.
Latter-Day Saint Video Vault: “Families Are Forever” Contains a Great Message Packaged in Outdated Tropes
There might be better ways to teach an important principle such as eternal families.
Relative Race hits it midway point as teams are forced to visit a Latter-day Saint meetinghouse en route to meeting more family.
Deep within BYU the Harold B. Lee Library lay the L. Tom Perry Special Collections, full of fascinating Mormon pop art.
Internet sensation Mark Rober is back, now with a rocket-powered golf club.
“The bassoon hasn’t made it to the big rock groups yet.”
If you’re into friendly competition, trivia, and cornball humor, “Battle of the Ages” is right up your alley.
BYUtv arrives a little late to the world of tween fantasy in the pleasant “Dwight in Shining Armor,” but least it’s not YA dystopia.
Embracing the spirit of “Whose Line Is It, Anyway,” BYUtvs new comedy show offers wacky improvisation thrills for the whole family.
The indomitable David Archuleta returns with another single.
I’m not crying. You’re crying.
March 14th will mark the the 11th International Art Competition which is operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
A few racers come closer to understanding who their fathers are, and one individual meets her first-ever blood relatives.
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Keeping Latter-day Sait missionaries safe is vital, but does this new mock sportscast do it effectively?
Every now and then, Latter-day Saints engage in some good old fashioned lexicon purging.
After nearly two centuries, America’s Choir is adopting a new name.
You’ll soon need to take to the internet to enjoy longer-form shenanigans from your favorite clean comedy heroes.
Eschewing the term “Mormonism” in favor of clunkier, if correct, uses will prove difficult for journalists and PR efforts.
We are Mormons no more.
In the mysterious world of apostolic social media, the only accounts worth following are those of your buddies.
…but don’t worry if you’re still waiting to see Season 1.
On Church culture, women’s voices, being the “model” Mormon.
You have until July 2019 to sound off on new content to be included in a hymnbook that aims to reflect the global nature of the Church.
With the ever-growing popularity of the music media major at BYU that pairs quality creative and marketing services within the music industry, these videos, yea, even these singing groups, essentially become an entire enterprise.
What will a new Church president and a new year bring? More temples? We hope so. See how our predictions match up with yours.