Sage grouse are an unmistakable species of bird. Besides being fascinating, sage grouse are extremely important indicators of the health of the most widespread ecosystem type in the United States, the sage-steppe ecosystem. Once widespread throughout the Intermountain West, this ecosystem is now fragmented and imperiled. But a group of BYU professors and students are working to help save this species.
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This story is one of joy, but even more so one of hope. Of course, as Brother James E. Faulconer reminds us, the kind of hope described in scripture is not a “natural hope” for “bodily and worldly matters — the hope that our job will be rewarding, that our children will do well in school, that we will get a raise. Christian hope is the hope for salvation.” Here's how the saints in the DR Congo demonstrate that Christian hope.
Church historian Elder Steven E. Snow speaks at environmental symposium.
With the highly anticipated film "Jane and Emma" set for release Friday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Thursday that it will match all movie tickets purchased on opening day with a donation to the NAACP of up to $40,000.
The opening chapters of the Book of Mormon preserve an account of a dream or vision of the tree of life granted to the prophet Lehi. This vision contains many elements which have become familiar–––almost household–––among Latter-day Saint readers. Remarkably, many of these elements are reported to have been witnessed by Joseph Smith, Sr. in a dream or vision he had many years before the coming forth of the Book of Mormon.