My one opportunity to shake hands with President Thomas S. Monson came on Jan. 14, 2001.
Author: Trent Toone
On Monday, Oct. 23, I had the good fortunate to road trip to Cedar City with my friend, colleague and mentor (I have lots of mentors), Jason Swensen of the LDS Church News.
An unexpected visit with an LDS general authority at a movie theater last week resulted in a powerful lesson about surviving hurricanes.
If I were going back to school in a few weeks, this is what I would include in my “What I did this Summer” assignment.
Over the last few months I’ve had the chance to interact with some interesting people and write about some interesting topics. I’d like to just hit a few highlights in case anyone is …...
Preparation, deeper understanding and walking on sacred ground: 3 thoughts for getting more out of your LDS temple attendance in 2017
In the last year or so, I’ve had some thoughts relating to temple attendance that I’ve wanted to share. I’m finally going to do that today.
In the LDS hymn book, we find No. 241, “Count Your Blessings.” The chorus reads, “Count your blessings; name them one by one. Count your blessings; see what God hath done.”
It’s probably safe to say that Sheri L. Dew, former counselor of the General Relief Society presidency and current CEO of Deseret Book Company, is one of the most visible and prominent women in The Church...
In the afternoon of November 22, I had the opportunity to sit down with Mack Wilberg, director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, at the Salt Lake Tabernacle and talk about the upcoming Christmas concert. I eventually...
For several years now, I’ve been able to attend Education Week at Brigham Young University and write articles for the Deseret News highlighting the interesting things that are taught and shared.