How do individuals balance self-care with acts of sacrifice, especially when their actions are influenced by their faith? Interviews reveal four key factors.
The world’s getting angrier and colder. We were struck by how diverse families cultivate humility through religious practices.
Faiths across the world observe sacred moments. Watching and participating with them not only helps us love one another more but can deepen our own faith.
There is a joy and power that can come from joining others on their own sacred ground of worship. In addition to becoming better neighbors, we deepen our appreciation for the rich variety of differing faith traditions.
As we think of Jesus during the holidays, let us consider His filial relationship with the Father and what it means to be a family ruled by love and unity.
The faith of Muslim Americans is often manifest not just in their beliefs but in their desire to live out their beliefs or “walk the walk.”
From Mughal India to modern America, the moral stakes of politics never really change.
Interview with the authors of the new book Contingent Citizens: Shifting Perceptions of Latter-day Saints in American Political Culture. Looking at how Latter-day Saints have been engaged and excluded from politics in the United States since the Church’s inception.
All Americans–regardless of religious affiliation–should care deeply about the plight of the opressed Uyghurs unable to practice their beliefs in China.
In a world of such serious threats, can a global fast like President Russell Nelson proposed for Good Friday really make that much of a difference?