From vaping (and green tea!) restrictions to a $100 billion nest egg, 2019 was a big year in Mormon news.
(RNS) — Does the new temple recommend interview open the door for Mormons to not wear their temple garments 24/7?
Vaping is "clearly against the Word of Wisdom," says the LDS Church, in a clarification I am truly glad to see. But . . . et tu, green tea?
Being Mormon can sometimes feel overwhelming, but Mette Harrison has boiled it down into 73 simple steps. (First rule: stop saying "Mormon.")
7 things you may have missed at the April General Conference.
It's the General Conference Rumor Edition! Top rumor: next weekend, the prophet will lift the ban on Mormons drinking coffee. My take: keep dreaming.
It turns out that prayer and scripture study do in fact seem to help Mormons feel closer to God. Avoiding coffee and Game of Thrones? Not so much.
(RNS) — Last week's announcement that caffeinated sodas would be sold at BYU confirmed what we found in the Next Mormons study: Two-thirds of Mormons already imbibe.
(RNS) Is home teaching about to change? Is caffeinated Diet Coke really okay? And what did Elder Ballard say to people who are thinking of leaving the LDS Church? Here are 15 impressions from this weekend's General Conference.
Today I'm launching a Kickstarter campaign to support The Next Mormons survey -- a major national survey of four generations of Latter-Day Saints. I hope you'll choose to participate by making a donation and spreading the word.
A surprising new arrangement to put a Starbucks inside every LDS temple has Mormons wondering: Is coffee now kosher?
When this Mormon guest blogger was asked to rank various sins as a kid, she put drinking alcohol and coffee at the top -- ahead of murder and fornication. Dozens of church lessons in dietary legalism had already sunk in.
A legislator wants to soften Utah's liquor laws, but he's up against the full weight of the authority of the LDS Church.