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From heroin addict to scholar: Latter-day Saint Ginny Burton shares how faith was vital in her recovery, success

by Danielle Christensen | July 20, 2021

Ginny Burton has lived two very different lives in her 48 years, and the world can’t stop talking abo...


See photos of progress made on the Salt Lake Temple renovation in July

by LDS Living Staff | July 19, 2021 | From the Church

This story is a reverse-chronological timeline of updates related to the Salt Lake Temple renovation and wi...


The ‘All In’ podcast has topped 8 million downloads. Here are behind-the-scenes stories fans will love

by Lindsey Williams | July 17, 2021

Author’s note: When the  All In  podcast launched in October 2018, I was immediately drawn ...


Latter-day Saint to become first female weight lifter to compete for Tonga at the Olympics

by Haley Lundberg | July 16, 2021

Kuinini “Nini” Manumua started weightlifting when she was just 13 years old. Now, she will make...


What the low water levels at Lake Powell taught me about Moses, dry ground, and God’s thoroughness

by Emily Abel | July 16, 2021

I had some choice words for my flip-flops.  My friends and I were only 10 minutes into a hike off the ...


How Walter Rane’s masterpieces have dramatically changed Latter-day Saint art

by Danielle Christensen | July 14, 2021

Walter Rane selects a paintbrush from a tin can. The thin wooden tool fits in his hand so naturally it seem...


Not sure what to think about during the sacrament? Here’s what this General Authority always tries to remember

by Edward Dube, excerpted from “Beyond the Shade of the Mango Tree” | July 6, 2021

[When] I was a new convert and a recently ordained priest[,] the branch president, Mike Allen, approached m...


How a run honoring Parley P. Pratt's 1839 jailbreak became a Missouri community's First Amendment celebration

by Emily Abel | July 2, 2021

Editor's note: This article originally ran on LDS Living in July 2020. The Parley P. Pratt Freedom Run ...


Latter-day Saint psychologist: Navigating the (sometimes) rough road to happiness

by Dr. David T. Morgan, Contributor | July 2, 2021

Our youngest child just graduated from high school. It was a strange experience, sitting in the same footba...


Seeking happiness will determine destiny, Elder Martino teaches at BYU–Hawaii; Sister Aburto talks mental health on Church News podcast

by LDS Living Staff | July 1, 2021

Happiness. It is the elusive thing we all seek. But as Elder James B. Martino taught graduates at BYU&ndash...