Elder Haight’s wife thought a movie changed after seeing the same movie twice. Here’s what actually happened

by David Butler, excerpted from “Spirit” | October 14, 2020

The October pick for  LDS Living Book Club  is  Spirit by David Butler . Follow the LDS Livi...


Sister missionary passes away in Switzerland hiking accident

by Newsroom of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints | October 13, 2020

A missionary serving for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has passed away in Switzerland on ...


We asked, you answered: What is your favorite thing about the gospel of Jesus Christ?

by Lindsey Williams | October 13, 2020 | Makes You Think

Editor’s note: “ We asked, you answered ” highlights memorable responses to discussion qu...


‘That they all may be one’: Building bridges of understanding with persons of other faiths

by Robert L. Millet | October 13, 2020 | Makes You Think

The Prophet Joseph Smith was a man possessed of great love toward those within the Church, as well as perso...


Doctrine and Covenants 76 as a poem and 4 other unique facts from the latest Joseph Smith Papers volume

by Jeffrey Mahas of The Joseph Smith Papers Project | October 12, 2020 | Makes You Think

Documents, Volume 11 of The Joseph Smith Papers covers a dynamic period in Joseph Smith’s life. At th...


Just announced: This new devotional book provides a daily dose of joy from President Nelson

by LDS Living Staff | October 12, 2020

Since becoming an Apostle 36 years ago, President Russell M. Nelson has delivered more than 800 messages . ...


8 emergency preparedness items to bring you peace of mind

by Haley Lundberg | October 12, 2020

As members of the Church, we have been counseled that “if ye are prepared, ye shall not fear.” ...


‘Somehow God provides a way for hearts to love’: A family’s experience after losing 2 parents to mental illness

by LDS Living Staff | October 10, 2020

Eric Dyches and Leslie Huntsman Dyches both lost spouses to mental illness. Emily Cook Dyches, Eric’s...


‘I’m glad to be alive’: The ‘Berlin Candy Bomber’ on turning 100

by Valerie Russell | October 9, 2020

Retired Air Force Col. Gail S. Halvorsen, internationally known as the “Berlin Candy Bomber,” c...


Finding our ‘new normal’: What every general conference talk had in common

by Lindsey Williams | October 9, 2020

Editor's note: Our bi-weekly Friday column, “ Found in the footnotes ,” explores some of th...