The state Department of Commerce has received a report of a scam artist calling grandparents of LDS missionaries with a ploy that their grandchild was in trouble and needed them to send money. Anyone receiving a call should contact the LDS Church.
More than five weeks after suffering second-degree burns and serious shrapnel injuries in the Brussels airport terrorist attack that wounded three other Mormon missionaries, Mason Wells returned to his Sandy, Utah home Thursday afternoon.
A local LDS Church leader died with his wife and youngest daughter as a result of Saturday night's major earthquake in Ecuador, according to a press release issued Monday. Two other Mormons also died, and a dozen chapels sustained serious damage.
Elder Richard Norby of Lehi, Utah, the Mormon missionary hurt worst in the March 22 Brussels airport bombing, has returned to Utah, nearly three weeks after the return of two other Utah missionaries. He is now hospitalized in Salt Lake City.
A BYU investigation into an alleged rape of one of its students is raising questions about whether the private university's disciplinary action is interfering with prosecutors' efforts to hold the alleged rapist responsible.
The number of missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints decreased after the surge from the 2012 missionary age change, and there are now roughly 75,000 full-time missionaries in over 400 missions across the world.
Elder Richard Norby, 66, is recovering from an infection and the serious shrapnel wounds he sustained March 22 in the Brussels airport terrorist bombing. His family said Friday that he is progressing slower than anticipated.
LDS women from all over the world speak out about their important role as women in the church. Carole Mikita weaves the history of the LDS Relief Society together with the powerful voices of the women of the church today.
During his Sunday morning address, President Thomas S. Monson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced plans to build four more temples during the church’s 186th annual General Conference
Lisa Rathke, Associated Press | Posted Apr 2nd - 1:50pm
An obelisk soars into the sky on a hill in central Vermont, marking the birthplace of the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — and perhaps heralding an immense, futuristic, utopia-like community based on his papers.