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20 awkward moments everyone experiences at their mission reunion

During general conference weekend, many mission presidents hold mission reunions for their former missionaries. Whether it’s been a few months or many years since you returned home from your mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day [...]

Lifey breaks video journaling down to digestible bite-sized clips

Journaling is taking on a new look. Whereas keeping a journal used to require hours of writing or typing, Lifey is inviting people to share their life history verbally. Lifey is a new company in Provo, Utah, that invites people to record their [...]

LDS women seek answers to ambiguous role of Mormon women through video series

Something was missing. Although the Relief Society is one of the largest women’s organizations in the world, three LDS women noticed a lack of Mormon women represented in church history stories. So they decided to fill that void with [...]

Baby shower power: Utah Valley’s best baby shops

It’s no secret that Utah County is booming with babies. In fact, Bloomberg reports that more babies are born in Orem/Provo per 1,ooo people than any other metro area in the United States. So, it’s no surprise that The UC boasts [...]

3 Mormon celebrities who have spoken in general conference

Today speakers for the general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are chosen from among the general authorities and general officers of the Church. Other Church members with significant influence are given other opportunities [...]

7 things Relief Society doesn’t do anymore (and 3 it does)

The Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turns 175 years old on March 17th, and women around the world are celebrating with activities, service projects, dinners and more. But the original members of the Relief [...]

8 young women share message of faith at UN amidst snowed-in New York

On Monday afternoon, the United Nations in New York declared it was canceling all official events for Tuesday, March 14, on account of a major winter storm, which was expected to drop up to 18 inches and to close public transportation. Big [...]

8 young women to speak at UN about faith, family and motherhood

Although New York is expecting record snowfall in the next 24 hours, eight young women from Arizona, Utah and Idaho are bringing a downpour of ideas they will share on Tuesday, March 14, at 4 p.m. — rain, snow or shine. The young women, ages [...]

5 of the best LDS (non-BYU) NCAA Tournament performances

March Madness is here and when this time of year rolls around, it’s fun to reminisce about some of the biggest games, performances and upsets in the NCAA Tournament. When you think of Mormons and the NCAA Tournament, BYU’s Danny Ainge and [...]

LDS Relief Society General Presidency updates the Relief Society purpose

Just one day after International Women’s Day, women are still in the spotlight with a recent announcement from LDS Relief Society General President Linda K. Burton. Sister Burton posted on Facebook on Thursday, March 9, detailing updates [...]

New retreat provides a place for modern Mormon women to share struggles of discipleship

Elise Curtis of North Salt Lake created SALT LDS Retreat because she saw a need. A need for modern Mormon women to come together and find strength through being open about their struggles with living the gospel. “We go to church, but sometimes [...]

Things to appreciate when attending sacrament meeting outside of Utah

On a Sunday morning in early November, I was out of town on a business trip. I had an afternoon flight so I had some time on my hands. I opened my laptop and searched LDS.org to find a meetinghouse near my hotel just outside of Cincinnati. [...]

8 LDS quotes teaching us how to love

There is no one love. As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, here are quotes from the prophets, scriptures and hymns to remind us of the true meaning of love. 1. “Love is the very essence of life. It is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. [...]

12 cringeworthy Mormon Valentine’s Day cards for 2017

Our annual cringeworthy Mormon Valentine’s Day cards have made the internet scrollers roll their eyes for the past three years. UtahValley360 continues the tradition with 12 more cringeworthy Mormon Valentine’s Day card for another [...]

LDS Church announces new, low-cost online education system, BYU-Pathway Worldwide

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a new online education system, BYU-Pathway Worldwide, in a press conference on Tuesday morning. “We have felt that now is the right time to give increased focus and direction to [...]

Utah-Tube: ‘Meet the Mormons’ bless4 joins One Voice Children’s Choir for bi-lingual ‘I am a Child of God’

One Voice Children’s Choir joined with bless4, a Japanese group of artists from Japan, to sing “I am a Child of God” in both English and Japanese. The groups recorded the video together in December 2016 at St. Paul’s Episcopal [...]

LDS Church is ‘studying’ Boy Scouts’ transgender enrollment announcement

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is once again evaluating a change to the Boy Scouts of America. On Monday, BSA announced it will now allow transgender children to join the program. The LDS Church, which has strong ties with [...]

The problem with ‘How many kids do you want?’

As women, we are often judged in relation to our family status. Are you dating? If not, why not? If you are, when are you getting married? If you’re married, when are you having kids? If you’re not having kids, why not? If you have kids, [...]

LDS Church announces changes to missionary schedules, key indicators

The 71,000 missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will no longer all be on the same schedule. At a worldwide broadcast to missionaries and mission presidents on Jan. 25, the LDS Church announced missionaries and mission [...]

In the name of love: LDS dating app, Mutual, creates Kickstarter campaign to expand to Android users

Dating has gone to the apps these days. Tinder had more than 7 million monthly users in 2016 followed by OkCupid with 2.5 million monthly users, according to Bustle. And those apps just weren’t cutting it for BYU alumnus Cooper Boice, [...]