From the editors of The Joseph Smith Papers Project
Did you know that early Church leaders originally planned to have 24 temples in Jackson County, Missouri? Or that several brethren had a vision of Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father during a meeting of the School of the Prophets? Read on to learn more fascinating facts you might not have known about Church history.
By Jamie Armstrong
On May 16, 1986, an elementary school in the tiny town of Cokeville, Wyoming, was held hostage by a married couple with a bomb. The miraculous events that followed transformed the lives of hundreds of people, including many who witnessed angels or received heavenly help from deceased ancestors.
By Debra Sansing Woods
Many LDS families have a parent or spouse who is less-active or not a member of the Church. But that doesn’t mean we can’t find ways to love and include them in our own ward and family activities. Find out how you can better support those part-member families you know.
By S. Michael Wilcox, excerpted from The House of Glory
This list of tips will help any member have more powerful and personal experiences within the walls of the Lord’s house.
"25 Ways to Live Conference All Year Long" (Pg. 52)
Debra Sansing Woods
As we gear up for conference, it can be difficult to find ways to remember all of the wonderful words of wisdom we hear from the pulpit—no matter how fast we take notes. Here are some ideas to keep the words of the prophets fresh in our minds all year round.
By Trent Toone, courtesy of the Deseret News
Despite the often devastating circumstances of violence and poverty that the Saints in Cambodia face, they have found ways to flourish, thanks to the or faith in and testimonies of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
By Six Sisters' Stuff
Looking for some new treats to add to your recipe collection? Try some of these creative and tasty desserts! From kooky to classy, there’s a treat for everyone.
For 25 years, Lloyd Newell has been the voice and writer of Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Music & the Spoken Word, the longest continuous network broadcast in the world. We got the chance to ask him about his legacy with the choir and why he loves it still.