LDS Living Staff - Think playing one instrument for a music video is hard enough? Combining both intricate guitar and violin melodies, Camille Nelson's "Israel, Israel, God Is Calling" is a beautiful take on the beloved hymn. Blending elements of folk, classical, bluegrass, and new-age music, Lead Me Home features relaxed, intricate acoustic guitar melodies of both traditional and original hymns accompanied by a string ensemble with guest artists, including Steven Sharp Nelson of The Piano Guys, Alex Sharpe (formerly of Celtic Woman), and Ryan Shupe of Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband. Alexandra Mortenson - The Golden Plates comic series, originally a Book of Mormon adaptation project started by Michael Allred in the early 2000s, was recently updated and made re-available online at LDS Ideas .
Andrew Knaupp, who worked on revamping the series for digital format, found that immersing himelf in the project gave him unique insights regarding Joseph Smith's translation process and the stories within The Book of Mormon .
Age undoubtedly makes a difference, but what about gender, education, race/ethnicity, or other important demographic factors?
LDS Living Staff - Editor's note: The following responses were edited for clarity and length.
There's nothing like sitting down to a Thanksgiving feast. Sometimes, there's an epic Thanksgiving cooking disaster. Something sinister seems to be afoot and our favorite characters are back at it to try to figure...
“We want to help sisters understand how to really care for and strengthen each sister,” Sister Jean B. Meridian Magazine - "None of us marry perfection; we marry potential.
The right marriage is not only about what I want; it’s also about what she — who’s going to be my companion — wants and needs me to be.” —Elder Robert D.
In a recent Radio West episode , Doug Fabrizio interviewed Jana Riess about the “ Next Mormons Survey ” that she and I designed and fielded in the fall of 2016.