Religion scholar Jana Riess has undertaken a mission to find out how millennials interact with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
BYU researchers found religious individuals are more likely to label themselves as porn addicts, regardless of how often they actually view pornography.
BYU hosted the largest two-day gathering of LDS women anywhere in the world on May 4-5 at its annual Women’s Conference. Over 200 presenters shared their thoughts, and conversion, healing and sharing the gospel emerged as prominent themes at this year’s conference.
BYU professor Michelle Stott James and former member of the Young Women’s General Presidency Virginia H. Pearce spoke on the unique blessings and knowledge available through exhorting and expounding upon the scriptures during a Friday Afternoon session of Women’s Conference.
BYU adjunct communications professor Carrie Moore, whose husband died in a plane crash 20 years ago, has turned heartache into hope by creating a nonprofit for grieving families.
General Authority Seventy of the Church Elder Weatherford T. Clayton gave the BYU devotional on Tuesday, March 14. He emphasized the importance of building a foundation on the “rock of Christ” in these latter-days.