In recent years, local and state governments have forced numerous faith-based adoption and foster care agencies out of business because of their religious beliefs about marriage. While some of those agencies closed with little protest, Catholic Social Services chose to fight back in the courts.
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Last week the Church updated the General Handbook and released it to the membership at large. In conjunction with this BYU released some changes to its Honor Code concerning homosexual behavior, which have caused a lot of confusion and have given BYU more press than it probably should have.
If you've been dreaming about seeing the Holy Land or visiting heritage sites in England, we have an opportunity for you. Due some unforeseen circumstances and sicknesses, a few spots have opened up on tours THIS YEAR with Scot and Maurine Proctor.
A recent report from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lit up headlines across the nation: “Women now hold more jobs than men in the U.S. workforce.” Economist Betsey Stevenson “heralds” this new milestone as a long sought after “arrival of women in the labor force.” But the finding reveals another reality that may not be so celebratory.
It hasn’t happened in our 21-years of publishing—To celebrate our Meridian birthday, we’re giving away the Ultimate Church History Tour for 2—a whopping $7,100 value—which includes two $350 airline vouchers!
Romney became the first senator in U.S. history to vote to convict a president from his own party. His actions and the public reaction to his vote are evidence of the unique role that Mormonism plays in politics and public life.
What really motivates people? Money? Time off? Recognition? Personal esteem? A feeling of being needed? This whole notion of “motivation” deserves a fresh look. And that’s what we get from Susan Fowler, author of Why Motivating People Doesn’t Work, and What Does.