After his leg was amputated, Gary Weiland was told he’d never be a firefighter again—but he fought his way back to the job he loved and is now preparing to compete on American Ninja Warrior against some of the most elite athletes in the country.
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A new BYU-MOA exhibition — “Prophets, Priests, and Queens: James Tissot’s Men and Women of the Old Testament” — features 129 watercolor illustrations depicting scenes, stories and figures from the Hebrew Bible.
His new ethnically diverse painting was bound for the DC Temple, but his toddlers had a last, unwanted addition to make.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints should be aware that they are about to be front and center yet again in a not-insignificant pop-cultural event, a seven-part Hulu television mini-series entitled Under the Banner of Heaven that will air in the coming weeks.
Ukrainian Artist, Anna Kovalenko Teams Up With Havenlight to Raise Donations to Help Refugees Through Her Latter-day Saint Inspired Art
At twenty years old, Anna left Ukraine to study abroad at the Cummorah Academy in the Czech Republic for three months beginning in January 2022. Unaware at the time that she would be leaving her family at a pivotal time in their country’s history. Unable to physically help in this fight, she reached out to Havenlight for support.
As we begin to emerge from the latest variant and are cautiously optimistic about the future, we can recognize some of the changes to the way the Gospel is being shared online. One that has caught my eye is the incredible number of missionary artists that have showcased their skills over the last two years.
Meridian Magazine has been a longtime supporter of Steven Neal's project highlighted in this article. We are pleased to highlight this update on the progress of the Monument of the Americas.