Becca Evans was struck with a one-two punch: she lost her dream job and then was involved in a terrible bike accident. After skidding across the pavement and road rashing half of her body, she didn’t understand God’s plan.
In 1955, Margaret Adeline Caldwell died and was buried in the Salt Lake Valley, leaving behind a treasured possession: a Book of Mormon. In 2016, 61 years later, Rod Gardner found her 1908 version of the Book of Mormon for sale on Facebook.
Three weeks ago in the seaport city of New London, Connecticut, the sun glinted off Becca Cotton’s white dress uniform as she walked across the stage to receive her Coast Guard commission from President Donald Trump.
Utah filmmakers took the lead in innovation this week, with new vibes on old songs, original video shots, clever tweaks in engineering, and creative song combos.
Several artifacts from the Restoration period of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, according to a video from Mormon Newsroom.
Hundreds of Utah residents know they descended from Mormon pioneer ancestors Lyman and Aurelia Hinman. What they may not know is that this ancestry may mean they inherited the possibility of a dangerous gene mutation.
General authorities from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have often spoken about the constitution, seeking solace from its contents during times of turmoil and celebrating its creation during times of peace.
Although we love our dads year-round, Father’s Day presents a perfect occasion to post about them on social media. Silly dads, inspiring dads and spiritual dads populated the LDS social media feed this week — here are some of our favorites.
Whether it’s the Mormon Tabernacle Choir or “America’s Got Talent” stars, LDS artists are always taking their music to new heights.
“Random Acts,” through BYUTV, threw a surprise gender reveal baby shower for Jason and Clarissa Osborn, who had recently discovered they were expecting quadruplets. On Sunday, the Osborn quadruplets came earlier than expected, and all four have now passed away.
A frightening incident during a race caused his father to reconsider his auto racing career, Jonathan Cavender relates in a Father’s Day video from LDS Living.
Summer is in full swing for this week’s YouTubers. Working with Lemons posted a video inspired by the Broadway musical “Hamilton” among scenes of grassy fields and green mountains.
What do Komodo dragons, babies, soldiers, trash cans and nightmares have in common? In this week’s Mormon Mentions, these disparate things all add flair to LDS posts.
LDS-based Instagram accounts can provide some much-needed relief from the barrage of social media negativity. Follow these accounts for some inspiration, motivation and laughter in your Instagram feed.
The fact that these YouTubers all live in the same state does not mean they share the same video style, the videos this week show us. From funny skits to touching tributes, these UTubers have a style all their own.
Unexpected announcements and motivational messages arose from Mormon social media accounts this week. The LDS crowd has been busy, making movies, visiting temples and recording songs.
Sue Butterworth’s heart broke when she heard a nurse utter six words: “Your son is incompatible with life.”
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been very active about authoring gospel-related posts on social media this week, along with other announcements.
On this day in 1844, Samuel F. B. Morse sent his assistant in Baltimore the first long-distance telegraph message from his location in Washington D.C. The text was simply “What hath God wrought?”
If you think of Christian music as sappy pop songs with three chords, this Spotify list will surprise you. Christian music can be surprisingly diverse. Whether hip-hop, folk, fresh releases or older classics, Christian music has one thing in common.
After the bombings at an Ariana Grande concert Monday night, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the area have released statements offering their condolences to the families of the victims.
After years of studying, writing essays and taking tests, students from Brigham Young University, BYU-Idaho, and BYU-Hawaii have gathered together before graduation to listen to commencement addresses.
Some big names in the Utah YouTube scene have released much-anticipated videos this week. Fans have been anxiously waiting to see these stunts, some of which have been weeks in the making.
East Carolina University football coach Scottie Montgomery sets the scene as he heads into the elementary school where Tia Chapman works, in a video from ECU Athletics. Montgomery described his plans to surprise Chapman for Mother’s Day.
As the California sun shines through the windows of her home, Natalie Kjelstrom folds the large piles of laundry that her family of seven generates. As she folds, however, she isn’t thinking about what a drag it is, or how much she hates doing laun
In a recent music video, vocal group Anthem Lights twists “I’ll Fly Away,” “I Saw the Light” and “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” to create an original Southern spiritual.
At BYU Women’s Conference on Friday, Stephanie Hawkes, a graphic designer and granddaughter of “Berlin Candy Bomber” Gail Halvorsen, explained her journey of grief after the death of her baby.
LDS figures had a variety of news, encouragement and announcements to share on social media this week, from gender reveals to music videos.
While Luke Bryan was singing the national anthem during the 2017 Super Bowl, an Operation Underground Railroad Jump Team was preparing to spring on a band of sex traffickers in Haiti.
James the Mormon announced on Twitter Wednesday that he will be performing at the halftime of the Utah Jazz game Friday.