At the Mongolia interfaith gathering, Tuvshin Gombo stood as the sole female envoy, showcasing the Church’s forward-thinking approach to women, echoing Mongolia’s own culture.
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.
Are women of faith included in the celebration of Women’s Month? We should be. BYU-Pathway Worldwide continues a long tradition of helping educate women of faith.
A recent study has shown that women who serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints not only improved their educational outcomes but also their professional and personal as well. This study was done...
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.
When various affirming and discontented voices didn’t help me in my attempts to improve as a mother, I decided to give Jordan Peterson a try.