Kathleen Norris offers five Benedictine spiritual practices for writers. (Warning: Prepare to kill your darlings.)
Will there be polygamy in the celestial kingdom? Do men and women have equal access to sealing blessings and cancellations? A new survey aims to take the pulse of Mormons today.
Duke historian Kate Bowler says we’ve transitioned from the “hard prosperity gospel” of the 1980s to the therapeutic soft sell of Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and others.
Yesterday’s statement reveals what the LDS Church apparently thinks of the feminists within its fold. We, as faithful and active members of the Church, are being lumped together with the same anti-Mormon protestors who routinely crash General Conference and shout that the Mormon religion is of the devil.
How do single Mormon women in their 30s stay faithful? And how many has the Church already lost?
The Tickle-down theory states that the riches of one extraordinary liturgical prayer practice can be enjoyed by any layperson. Happy 80th birthday, Phyllis Tickle.
This coming weekend I will be speaking twice about The Twible in the Cleveland area. Come out to say hello!
President Uchtdorf's talk yesterday went a long way toward softening, if not erasing, some Mormons' decades-old fear of professional history.
Need some daily reading to inspire you during Lent? Here are five suggestions, including a book from Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
What are Mormons missing when we ignore Ash Wednesday and Lent, or avoid visual depictions of the cross?
The New York Times explores how sister missionaries are changing the future of Mormonism -- not just for women, but for the Church.
1980s icons Cary Elwes and Christopher Lloyd have signed on to appear in the Mormon-produced cable series "Granite Flats."
Bottom line: If I were Ingram I’d be quaking in my Tennessee boots.
Amazon's CreateSpace beats IngramSpark in four out of five categories.
Mormon plans to develop two city blocks in Philadelphia have met with mixed reviews.