William Hamblin and Daniel Peterson: Theodor Herzl and the Jewish dream of return
For nearly 2,000 years, Jews prayed and dreamed of returning to their ancient homeland. With the rise of modern Zionism, that dream was fulfilled — but not entirely.
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: How can women take the leading role in their lives?
I feel like I’ve been given some challenging opportunities to become a full, active participant in the gathering of Israel. I want to be there, standing side by side with my husband as we help move this work forward. I don’t want to miss it.
Latter-day Saint leaders respond with grief over New Zealand shooting
They offer prayers for victims, all New Zealanders and "our Muslim brothers and sisters throughout the world."
New rules about how Boy Scouts can recruit Latter-day Saints issued by church
Beginning June 1, community-based Boy Scout packs and troops may begin recruiting boys from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, according to guidelines the church released Friday.
Book review: 'Studio C' star James Perry's debut is a quirky, thoughtful self-help guide to finding one's purpose
"I Still Want to Be an Astronaut" is quirky, thoughtful and truly fun memoir from James Perry.
Book review: Latter-day Saint model empowers women to be more than just pretty faces
Rosemary Card went from bullied high school student, to runway model, to CEO and founder of her own temple dress company. She shares how she was true to her morals and found value beyond her looks, encouraging other girls and women to do the same.
What's new: Book offers tips for working toward deep, meaningful scripture study, 7 minutes a day
Think you don’t have time for deep, meaningful scripture study? “Digital Scripture Study for the Busy Latter-day Saint: 7 Minutes a Day” by Richard Bernard teaches the busiest reader that with a clear purpose and the right tools, it's possible.
Once sanctuaries, houses of worship struggle with security
A rabbi who packs a gun. A church installing security cameras. A police car protecting a mosque.
Utah teacher who asked student to wipe ash cross from his forehead returns to classroom
A Bountiful elementary school teacher who asked a student to wipe palm ash from his forehead has returned to the classroom after a school district review.