There are 10 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints currently serving in Congress. Despite common ties to the Church, Latter-day Saints serving in political positions have different reasons for getting involved in politics.
Mali, Latvia, South Korea, Ghana. Delegates from around the world gathered at BYU's Law and Religion Symposium. The symposium, hosted by the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, was held from Oct. 6-8. Speakers from as far as Korea participated in panels and held lectures to address ways to prevent and respond to the persecution of various religions and beliefs.
Young performing missionaries sing about the restoration and its importance. (Young Performing Missionary). Young performing missionaries volunteer to...
President Russell M. Nelson and his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, will visit four Southeast Asian countries next month, along with Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Katherine Christofferson.
Most members of the Church express excitement over new temples coming to their area, but these new temples create unique problems for the cities they will be built in.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced historic changes, including updated temple-recommend interview questions and a revised youth program, as well as offered spiritual guidance to its members during the 189th Semiannual General Conference.