Utah Lawmakers Share How Mormon Faith Influences Politics in the State

by Deseret News | October 4, 2016 | Mormon Life

How much does the LDS Church really influence politics and politicians in Utah?  Several Mormons who s...


15 Famous People Who Have Spoken in the Tabernacle

by Jannalee Rosner | September 26, 2016 | Fun Mormon Life

From U.S. presidents to inspirational figures, the Salt Lake Tabernacle has hosted a variety of famous spea...


How a Senator from South Dakota Became a Mormon Convert

by The Daily Universe | Mormon Life

Many small tender mercies, from the Latter-day Saints he worked with in the Senate to apostles he met while...


Mormon Refused to Deny the Book of Mormon, Now Inspiring New Kansas Law

by ABC News | Mormon Life

Would you have the strength to stand for your faith despite ridicule and persecution? Daniel Arkell was lea...


When Mormon Women Met with the U.S. President to Defend Their Right to Vote

by LDS Living | Famous Mormons Makes You Think Mormon Life

The following is an excerpt from the Church's groundbreaking new book focusing on women's history, The Firs...


Church Worried Hate Crimes Bill Could Upset Balance of Religious Liberty, LGBT Rights

by LDS Living | Mormon Life

The Church recently expressed concerns that new Utah legislation could upset the balance between religious ...


Mormons Make Up 10% of List of World's 50 Most Important Management Thinkers in 2015

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

Is it BYU? Is it the Clayton Christensen Effect or Stephen Covey Effect? Individual achievements are part o...


Church Responds to Questions About Protests & Standoff in Oregon

by Mormon Newsroom | From the Church

After recent reports in the news, the Church released this following statement about following the laws of ...


LDS Bishop Dies Unexpectedly, Honored on Senate Floor

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

The holiday film “It’s a Wonderful Life” tells the story of George Bailey, an ordinary man whose everyday a...


Ten Commandments Find a New Home After Getting Banned from Oklahoma Capitol

by Religion News Service | Mormon Life

MR says: After an Oklahoma state judge banned a 6-foot-tall monument of the Ten Commandments from the ...