Will Mormons get an apostle of color this weekend, someone who represents the broadening international base of the LDS Church? And four other possible themes of General Conference.
This week’s Meridian article on raising children to “choose” to be heterosexual is damaging, says guest blogger Mitch Mayne. What’s more, it misrepresents the LDS Church’s current position on sexual orientation.
I see positive signs that we may have turned a corner in the Mormon modesty wars. Pass the root beer, people, and let’s celebrate.
Could you forgive the person who killed your family? Mormon bishop Chris Williams did. This Monday, a special national screening of “Just Let Go” aims to show us how.
Rest in peace, darling Phyllis . . . with gratitude for all the love and nourishment you have given to so many writers, artists, church people, not-church-people, and assorted basset hounds.
Family or career? These options are too often seen as an either-or proposition by Mormon women, says today’s guest blogger. She’s launched a social media campaign to show women who are embracing both.
A new study shows that Mormon men are leaving the fold in greater numbers, but it’s particularly noticeable in Utah. Why is this happening, and what are the long-term ramifications?
A growing number of conservative Mormons believe the end is nigh. I think it’s bogus, but there’s still a valuable lesson to be learned from all their doomsaying.
Readers came up with great suggestions last weekend about Mormon hymns to offload, and others to add. The problem is that there’s not going to be a new LDS hymnal anytime soon.