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A confident woman addresses a congregation, illustrating the empowerment of Women in the Mormon Church.
Leadership

When Authority Wears a Skirt

What defines the authority of Latter-day Saint women? A blend of temple covenants and leadership roles, affirming their sacred power.”

A mother engages in educational activities with her children, highlighting the role of education in motherhood viability.
Family Matters

Women Who Dare to Mother

Is traditional motherhood viable today? Mothers of large families show it’s rewarding and sustainable.

Dialogue

An Open Letter to the New York Times

Latter-Day Saint women challenge the narrative of oppression, countering the view that they lack power within the Church of Jesus Christ.

Workers harvesting wheat, an allegory for 'Should I Serve a Mission?'
Gospel Fare

Implications of Latter-day Saint Missions for Young Women

When Latter-day Saint women ask, ‘Should I serve a mission?’ they’re looking at a transformative journey. Mission service refines their personal growth, broadens academic horizons, and cultivates professional skills.

Parenting

Changing the World One Birth at a Time

Explore how Latter-day Saint women are making waves in global maternal advocacy—and uncover the keys behind their success that create a model for the global community.

Family Matters

Losing and Finding Myself in Motherhood

As a young mother, I was a conflicted woman—torn apart by two dreams: “Where did the old me go?” This is how my struggle with children miraculously changed into joy and love unimagined.

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