A Pew for 2: Why It Can Be Hard Being in a Family Ward Without Children

by Katie Lambert | July 28, 2016 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

It was the first Sunday in my new ward, and the inevitable introduction was about to begin.  "Okay, ok...


How a Mormon at IHOP Ended Up Saving Lives & Winning an Army Award for Valor

by Jason F. Wright | June 1, 2016 | Mormon Life

“Of course I am deeply honored, and no, I do not consider myself a hero,” Sherman Fleek says after winning ...


Sacrament Meeting on a War Ship, Bruce R. McConkie in Vietnam & More Powerful Photos of LDS Soldiers During Wartime

by Saints at War Project | May 30, 2016 | Mormon Life

All photos courtesy of the Saints at War Project . Stanley Shultz, an officer during the Vietnam War, recei...


Does Your Ward Beat Out This One Crazy Stake in Utah?

by Kelsey Berteaux | May 20, 2016 | Mormon Life

It’s commonly held that Utah is the “home” of the Church—which is why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that ...


From Enemy of the State to Beloved Bishop: The Conversion Story of a WWII Hero

by Steven Kent | Mormon Life

World War II hero Saiji Zakimi courageously served the U.S. after Congress granted Japanese-American men th...


Why Is There So Much War and So Few Women in the Book of Mormon?

by Segullah | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Here are a few lessons one author learned while struggling with the questions why is there so much war and ...


"People" Features LDS Dad's Death, How His Faith and Message Inspired Thousands

by People | Makes You Think Mormon Life

"I could sit here and be depressed, but what good can come from that?" said Paul Moore, a 36-year-old fathe...


How One Mormon Survived a Plane Crash and 29 Days in the Alaska Wilderness

by John M. Tippets | Makes You Think Mormon Life

After a small plane carrying Latter-day Saint Joseph Tippets and 5 others crashed in the harsh Alaska ...


LDS Navajo Code Talker Remembered as War Hero, Humble Family Man

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

To his children, he was Pa. His co-workers at Kennecott knew him as Ernie. To the nation, Ernest Yazhe was ...


President Uchtdorf Calls for Peace, Recounts Life As a Refugee & Asks All to "Recognize the Humanity We All Have"

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

MR says: “It takes empathy and action to influence the future of mankind based on dignity, honesty and...