Author: Geoff Openshaw
The great alignment continues. Students will still attend seminary following their school schedule, but study material based on the Church’s overall schedule.
But the polarizing president sees an enormous drop in support from Latter-day Saint women.
A fitting event for a man who acts like he’s not a day over 65.
Lima is only the third city to hose two temples, and the first outside of Utah.
Europe’s 14th temple is a go! The Lisbon Portugal Temple will be dedicated in September.
At long last, the day has come. RIP LDS.org – 1998-2019
Keeping Latter-day Sait missionaries safe is vital, but does this new mock sportscast do it effectively?
You thought you were tough for only talking to your family twice a year? Now, Latter-day Saint missionaries can chat with home once per week, if they want.
Another smaller temple, albeit with some distinctions, the Praia Cape Verde Temple will be the first in the island African nation.
Will Salt Lake finally put the debate to rest?
Hura! Delo se nadaljuje!
The oldest functioning temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meets the renovation czars.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Alters Temple Ceremonies to Be Move Inclusive, Shorter
The updates make the endowment shorter and change language to make women less deferential to men.
Updating a policy from 2016, female Latter-day Saint missionaries across all 407 missions will have the choice to wear pants when working.
With two-hour church on the horizon, maintaining a split Sunday school and Youth advancement structure wouldn’t make sense.
Every now and then, Latter-day Saints engage in some good old fashioned lexicon purging.
The general public has the opportunity to tour The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ first temple in Italy.
President Russell M. Nelson Announces 12 New Latter-day Saints Temples
The rumors were true. Well, some of them.
After nearly two centuries, America’s Choir is adopting a new name.
Like a snowflake in a blizzard of African temples.
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)
After battling numerous health issues, including Alzheimer’s, Barbara Ballard has died.
Put away your letter opener and get those thumbs ready. Mission calls have gone digital.
The change will ostensibly improve the quality of graduation ceremonies, but also threatens to overcrowd facilities and hotels.
In the mysterious world of apostolic social media, the only accounts worth following are those of your buddies.
Twelve men are available. Only one can be chosen. Will it be Elder Gong?
…but don’t worry if you’re still waiting to see Season 1.
At long last the Church speaks, and its counsel falls in line with the notion of family first.
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.
The move, which has been hailed by LGBT advocacy groups, has been in the works for some time, but will require a complete reworking of FamilySearch’s code.