Mormons got more diversity in their highest leadership, a fresh focus on lay ministry, and a restructured priesthood organization in this weekend's groundbreaking General Conference.
Yesterday's Slate article alleged that the LDS Church is denying health care to Mormon missionaries, but the article's shoddy journalism only serves to trivialize a potentially important conversation.
Where are the women in LDS church history? Their achievements are recounted as the history of women in the Church, but not as the history of the Church. Ardis Parshall's project aims to change that.
Seer stones. Plural wives. Masonry. Folk magic. Conflicting First Vision accounts. If you have questions about any of these, professional Mormon historians are standing by to assist you.