A new book by Joanna Brooks, Hannah Wheelwright and Rachel Hunt Steenblik looks at 40 years of Mormon feminism, showing that the questions being raised now about women in the LDS Church have a long history.
This Sunday, Mormon wards around the world will hear a First Presidency letter on helping refugees. It’s a brief statement, but a welcome and powerful one.
New LDS Church statements on women clarify that belief in Mother in Heaven is official doctrine, and acknowledge the historic role that Mormon women have had in healing by the laying on of hands.
From three straight hours of church to testimony meeting and girls’ camp, Mormonism can sometimes be an introvert’s nightmare, says guest blogger Mette Harrison.
After a promising start 15 years ago, Mormon cinema sputtered and died. Now, Arthur Van Wagenen hopes to raise the bar of Mormon filmmaking — and he has the pedigree, platform, and talent to make it happen.
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.
If you grew up thinking that by your 40s you’d be a Mormon mom with a brood of kids and a minivan, what happens when Mr. Right never shows up? In a funny new memoir, Julie Rowse explores the ups and downs of Mormon single life.
Here I try to explain to a reader why I stay Mormon even when I sometimes disagree with or question the LDS Church. Good changes are happening, even if they are slower than I would like.