Author: Jeff Borders
You may have heard of the Color Run, the Dirty Dash, or the Tough Mudder, but one Stake in Raleigh North Carolina is putting a new spin on the 5K run.
Latter-day Saints seem to have a prejudice against rap. Colby Ferrin his hoping to change that.
For those like me who are looking for some additional FREE resources to help in their Come Follow Me study, look no further, I’ve got a couple for you.
What do the mandolin, skipping down the beach, and a bald man have in common? The answer, Ryan Shupe’s latest music video.
Just in time for Independence Day, Latter-day Saint artist Nadia Khristean has released a new video honoring military veterans.
“You do know what they do in the temple, don’t you?” I can’t tell you how often I heard that after I joined the Church.
Wow, what a great season of Relative Race this has been. 10 days ago, the teams started out in the Gateway to the West, St.
Although known for his comedy, Latter-day Saint Stephen Jones’ new three-part series explaining Joseph Smith and polygamy is serious stuff.
Our contestants are on the last day of relative discovery. Day 9 is shaping up to be a great day for all, but it could
Just in time for Mother’s day, the Gentleman Trio that is Gentri strikes again, with a wonderful mashup of “You Say” and “Wind Beneath My Wings.”
Members who marry in a civil ceremony will no longer face an automatic year-long wait before they can be eligible for a temple sealing.
Weclome back, to Relative Race. Before we get started, here’s a quick recap of some of the major highlights of Day 7, leading into Day 8.
BYU Noteworthy continues to produce incredible a capella material.
As the Race crests the halfway point, teams must struggle against plastic, cheese, Amish, and Big Brother.
Relative Race hits it midway point as teams are forced to visit a Latter-day Saint meetinghouse en route to meeting more family.
Internet sensation Mark Rober is back, now with a rocket-powered golf club.
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.
As a convert, seeing all 15 prophets of the Church united in Rome resonated deeply with me because of my experience finding truth.
Renderings of the interior of a temple are far more elusive than those of the exterior, and residents of Pocatello were treated to that very thing.
Policy adjustments aren’t anything new, but we seem to be experiencing them at an accelerated rate over the past year or so. Or maybe I’m
Long ignored in the discussion on new developments in temple garment materials, men are finally having their day!