Author: Jeff Borders
BYU Noteworthy is bigger than one song, one performance, or one type of song. It’s all about ministry, connection, and unconditional love.
Shawna Edwards seeks to build bridges with music. Her most recent work, “Restored,” reflects on the wonders of the Restoration of the Gospel.
Latter-day Saints don’t celebrate the liturgical calendar as other Christians do. Converts to the Church notice this. Should we change it?
Former missionary companions formed Bright the Way, and their new music to #LightTheWorld is inspiring.
The Nashville Tribute Band teams up with Don’t Miss This to bring us “Come, Follow Me” lesson previews with music.
In Saints Channel Studio, Richie Steadman sits down with Latter-day Saint musicians to talk about music and experiences as Church members.
Sister Annabelle Nielsen was serving in Switzerland when she suffered a hiking accident.
COVID has curtailed Christmas concert plans, but the Church is now crowdsourcing the effort, inviting all to submit their own performances.
When life gives you lemons, make movies. That’s the motto of Working with Lemons, a family with a passion for music and movie making.
The Highland 19th Ward Bishopric has a great plan to get everyone back in Church: a brilliant parody video by its bishopric.
In the quest for a new world record for Elephant Toothpaste, Mark Rober discovers something new. Something he is calling Devil’s Toothpaste.
Looking to learn a new language? Look no further than TALL Embark, the Missionary Language Learning Software now available to all members.
Human trafficking is the 3rd largest international crime, behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking. Operation Underground Railraod aims to stop that.
Okay, I know what you are thinking. Why do I need to know about squirrel proof bird feeders? Mark Rober, answers just that question.
Some of our favorite Latter-day Saint YouTubers have continued to work hard to release content during their quarantine, bringing us some joy.
A new pair of videos released two days apart from Nashville Tribute Band and Madilyn Paige, bring their best versions of the message, “Come unto Jesus.”
No one told me to abandon the praise music of my teenage life, but I didn’t see anything comparable in our Latter-day Saint culture. So goodbye it went.
After spending nine days meeting new family, the remaining teams go head-to-head in a blazing grand prix finale. Who will win $50,000?
Everyone is excited to revisit to revisit the story of John Groberg – except Anne Hathaway – but is it worth the wait?
The teams eat some awful food, and ray is able to complete is family tree. Who will remain for the finale?
The Handbook governs how missionaries behave among fellow missionaries, their families, and the public.
One team is eliminated, but they get to use their golden ticket to visit one last relative.
I remember being called as an Elders Quorum President. I was relatively young and inexperienced. I wondered, are you being serious?
If you thought the first half of RR Season 6 was emotional, day 7 promises to bring more emotions. Two teams have 2 strikes. Will they be sent home?
The quest continues.
The teams face challenges like never before, and meet family they couldn’t imagine.
Season 6 of Relative Race is off with a bang, as the teams gather at Virginia International Raceway, ready to meet their relatives and compete for $50,000.