The nationwide experiment in widespread elective abortion is coming to an end. As we try to newly establish a pro-life culture, we will need to expect more from both mothers and fathers.
Category: Sexuality & Family
My past taught me that men were dangerous, not to be trusted, and likely to hurt and abandon me. I learned otherwise from my husband and my new faith.
Joining the Church of Jesus Christ healed me from the violence and exploitation that is common to many women and taught me to expect more from men.
I had good reasons for being angry with my grandfather. But that emotional burden I carried reflected my own misunderstanding of the nature of my other, even grander Father.
The problem is not that masculinity is toxic. The problem is that we have abandoned the heroic and noble masculine virtues that the world so desperately needs today.
Journalists at Church-owned media who promote Pride Month material may not realize how confusing and discouraging it can be for active members like me.
As we mourn with our Baptist friends, let’s take this chance to reassess our own efforts— considering ways children across faith communities might be better protected.
With gender identity and transgender questions at the forefront of public discourse in recent years, the need for discerning the truth is as critical as our care for those navigating these questions.
Our approach to motherhood may be devouring our joy along with our children’s potential. The tragedy is that so many women don’t realize there is another way.
Coverage of Utah HB 11, regarding transgender students in high school sports, has generated more outrage than illumination. We wanted to find out if there was more to the story.
A modern new doctrine of self is at the core of cultural shifts challenging Christians today—all the more reason for disciples of Jesus to amplify their witness of God and human identity with the world.
As conversations regarding the Church and LGBTQ issues only seem to be getting louder, why are so many faithful LGBTQ/SSA Latter-day Saints choosing to stay quiet?