(RNS) — This marks the latest small step the church has taken away from the GOP, either by tweaking its policies or upholding its usual position to the right of center, while Republicans swing ever further to the right.
(RNS) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has removed a high councilman from his local church position in Utah after he was charged with taking photos of a woman undressing in a Tennessee clothing store.
(RNS) — Based on Google Trends, some change is happening in line with President Russell M. Nelson’s directive from a year ago. The term 'Latter-days Saints' is gaining ground.
(AP) — The new guidance in a church youth magazine seems to reflect growing concern about young Latter-day Saints' adherence to the rules.
The recent runaway success of the Enneagram among young American Christians can be attributed at least in part to a logical backlash we should have seen coming.
(RNS) — Conservative Christians in the United States have a pornography problem, though it may not be the problem you think.
I would ask for your time and consideration concerning an invitation involving a very important topic. I am not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day ...
An unauthorized apostle who had anger issues and emphasized radical grace? It's a tough sell for Latter-day Saints.
Being Mormon can sometimes feel overwhelming, but Mette Harrison has boiled it down into 73 simple steps. (First rule: stop saying "Mormon.")
I don't have any Mormon pioneer ancestors, but I do have two whose paths crossed with the Saints in the 1840s and 1850s, and their stories give me strength.
(RNS) — Short answer: probably not, but a columnist can dream.
(RNS) — Unfortunately, the 'Stranger Things' characterization of U.S. Mormons as predominantly white is spot on.
I was prepared for pushback from very orthodox Mormons who might be unwilling to admit there are serious retention problems in the U.S. LDS Church, but surprisingly, former Church members have been more resistant to the NMS survey findings.
Jane Manning James was overlooked for much of Mormon history. Now she's finally getting her due in a feature film and a new biography by historian Quincy Newell.
Given how many unofficial Mormon retreats are flourishing, Latter-day Saints seem hungry for sacred spaces in which they’re permitted to keep it real.