There are times of stress and struggles that each of us face in our lives. But if we would take the time to step back and reflect on those struggles, we would see that things always have a way of working out somehow.
South Jordan resident BreAnn Thorpe has been watching game shows of all sorts ever since she was little. You name it, most likely she’s seen it. So it was no surprise that when the opportunity of going on one arose, she was filled with excitement.
To feel the influence of the Spirit every time you read your scriptures, Chas Hathaway describes more than 100 study methods to help form a life-long habit of enjoyable daily study of the word of God.
To feel the influence of the Spirit every time you read your scriptures, Chas Hathaway describes more than 100 study methods to help form a life-long habit of enjoyable daily study of the word of God.
Utah native Wendy Paul, author of the best-selling 101 Gourmet series, continues to satisfy sweet tooths everywhere with her latest cookbook “101 Gourmet No-Bake Desserts in a Jar.”
Melanie Jacobson’s fifth romantic novel titled “Second Chances” shows how a love once thought to have been lost forever can be found again — perhaps when you least expect it to be.
From learning new skills to spending quality time with family, there are many benefits when it comes to board games.
The tradition of Deseret Book’s “Ladies’ Night” continues during this April’s priesthood session of the 183rd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Looking for some new ideas to get your family excited for LDS general conference? Thanks to Pinterest, there are plenty of ideas to keep little ones entertained and adults engaged throughout the conference sessions.
A presentation at the RootsTech Family History and Technology Conference on Thursday gave ideas for 10 family history activities meant to be fun and enjoyable, not stressful.
Pixar’s “Toy Story” debuted in 1995. The animated tale featured Woody the cowboy, Buzz Lightyear the space ranger and groundbreaking computer animation that made for a realistic visual spectacle.
Latter-day Saint and “American Idol” pop star David Archuleta will be releasing his newest album, “No Matter How Far,” on March 26.
From enchanting music to a compelling storyline, “The Magic Flute” didn’t disappoint audience members at Utah Opera’s opening night performance March 16.
No one could have predicted that cousins Josh and Stephen Pinnock would be called to the same mission as well as leave on the same day. That amazing moment was recently captured and shared on YouTube.
Jamie Hartley, a Mormon from Alpine, has a rare skin condition called epidermolysis bullosa. Even through daily challenges, she continues to be an inspiration for kids and teenagers struggling with EB.
The Utah Opera will perform “The Magic Flute,” a classic German opera written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The performance will be held on March 16, 18, 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. and at 2 p.m. on March 24 at the Capitol Theatre.
Whether it’s a craft or food blog, as long as you have a passion for blogging and enjoying doing whatever you decide to blog about, you may end up making money someday when you least expect it.
Would you give the ball to a player on the opposite team during the final seconds of a basketball game? If your name is Jonathon Montanez, you most likely would.
A season-long performance cycle of Felix Mendelssohn’s five symphonies performed by the Utah Symphony will come to an end with a concluding concert on Feb. 22 and 23 at 8 p.m. in Abravanel Hall, according to a news release.
Mike Judson, manager of Indexing Workforce Development of FamilySearch, gives some insight on current projects. There are many indexing plans set for this year and years to come.
Is your teen ready to have a cellphone? Numerous articles and studies list some pros and cons, providing more insight to finding a possible answer to this dilemma.
Jen Kwapinski, a finalist in TLC’s “Next Great Baker,” shares her experiences as a contestant while staying true to her LDS values throughout the show.
Music director Thierry Fischer, associate conductor Vladimir Kulenovic and principal pops conductor Jerry Steichen announced the Utah Symphony and Utah Opera’s upcoming 2013-14 season.
In 2012, the Little Heroes Foundation was able to install clean water machines in 25 boarding schools located in Zhongwei, China. It is estimated an additional 30,000 children a year will have access to safe drinking water from the machines.
Taking the audience on a musical tour through Italy is what the Utah Symphony plans to do during its performance of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4 “Italian” on Feb. 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. in Abravanel Hall.
In “An Ordinary Hero,” a film to be featured in the LDS Film Festival, the inspiring true story of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland is told. Joan Mulholland was one of the few Southern white females who became a civil rights activist.
The Mormon Channel shared Stephanie Nielson’s story through one of its many YouTube videos. The video, “My New Life,” is the first of 95 Mormon Messages to reach 1 million views.
In his story, Edwin Smith has trouble finding essential parts needed to build a bridge crane. After searching over and over again for the misplaced parts which were planned to ship in two days, Smith did the only thing he felt was left to do: pray.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) of Utah will host its annual conference, “Organizational Skill Deficits and Interventions for Children with ADHD,” on Jan. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Davis High School.