Following the Success of VidAngel’s “The Chosen,” the “Tuttle Twins” Series Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Having Broken the All-Time Crowdfunding Record with “The Chosen”, VidAngel Studios Launches Early Pilot Episode with Director’s Invitation to Turn Tuttle Twins Adventure Books—with Nearly 1.5 Million Copies Sold—into an … Read More

Latter-day Saint Teen Sues School District in California Alleging Religious Discrimination

A Reedley High School valedictorian has sued Kings Canyon Unified School District and others alleging she was denied a leadership position at her school’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes club because she is … Read More

First Ever Book of Mormon War Epic Hits Kickstarter

The Controversial Book With 200 Million Sales Inspires Gumptious Crowdfunding Campaign A new period-action epic— Reign of Judges: Title of Liberty, written and created by Darin Southam, a filmmaker from … Read More

Member of Mormon Tabernacle Choir Resigns Over Participation in Trump Inauguration

Since accepting an invitation to sing at the inauguration ceremony for President-Elect Donald Trump, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has been under intense scrutiny from all sides, leading up to the … Read More

First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles’ Message to Trump and Clinton

Via Mormon Newsroom The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued the following statement Tuesday: We congratulate President-elect … Read More

What Is Religious Freedom and Why We Should Care

Watch this video on YouTube Mormon Newsroom: The Church’s mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, not to elect politicians. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints … Read More

3 Truths The Restoration Teaches Us About Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus is one of the most controversial historical figures. Whereas academia has demonized him, the leaders of the Church have defended him as an instrument in the hands of … Read More

Inspiring LDS YouTube Video Tackles Hard Truth of Addiction and Hope of Recovery

Nadia Khristean is a public speaker, co-founder of the Daddy Come Home foundation, a BYU student studying commercial music, and a singer/songwriter who writes music for causes such as anti-bullying, … Read More

Elder Oaks Encourages LDS Members to Engage in Constructive Religious Freedom Debates

News Release from Mormon Newsroom At a religious freedom conference for Latter-day Saints in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, Elder Dallin H. Oaks encouraged members to get involved “in … Read More