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June 26, 2017

A Better Way to Ask “How are you REALLY doing?”

That awkward moment. An acquaintance is going through something wrenching like depression, or unemployment, or a messy divorce, and you want to reach out supportively. You know the need goes deeper than a casual “How are you doing?”

Breaking News

The Atlantic: What Mormon Family Trees Tell Us About Cancer

By searching the church's famed family trees, scientists have tracked down a cancer-causing mutation that came west with a pioneer couple—just in time to save the lives of their great-great-great-great grandchildren.

What if Martin Harris Didn’t Lose all of the 116 Pages?

Most readers of the Book of Mormon know the story of Martin Harris and the 116 lost pages, and many of us would probably like to read something from those pages. We may be able to do the next best thing: read the “retained portion,” or what the Lord called “that which you have translated, which you have retained”.

After Long Investigation, BYU Formalizes Amnesty Clause for Students Reporting Abuse

Brigham Young University has formalized its amnesty policy, following a recommendation made by the Advisory Council on Campus Response to Sexual Assault in October. This policy will be followed by not only BYU, but also by BYU-Idaho, BYU-Hawaii and LDS Business College.

Breaking News

The Atlantic: What Mormon Family Trees Tell Us About Cancer

By searching the church's famed family trees, scientists have tracked down a cancer-causing mutation that came west with a pioneer couple—just in time to save the lives of their great-great-great-great grandchildren.

What if Martin Harris Didn’t Lose all of the 116 Pages?

Most readers of the Book of Mormon know the story of Martin Harris and the 116 lost pages, and many of us would probably like to read something from those pages. We may be able to do the next best thing: read the “retained portion,” or what the Lord called “that which you have translated, which you have retained”.

After Long Investigation, BYU Formalizes Amnesty Clause for Students Reporting Abuse

Brigham Young University has formalized its amnesty policy, following a recommendation made by the Advisory Council on Campus Response to Sexual Assault in October. This policy will be followed by not only BYU, but also by BYU-Idaho, BYU-Hawaii and LDS Business College.

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