This Week in Mormons
The new youth theme has a dangerous undercurrent, horses really did exist in the Americans before Columbus, and bad satire on 73 steps to become Mormon!
Josie Gleave joins the fray and brings with her a great roundup of international news, including the best story ever out of New Zealand.
Especially for Youth becomes For the Strength of Youth, President Nelson addresses racism at NAACP convention, and Kurt has a bonkers idea for temple work!
A Mormon choir wows the streets of New York, Mormon teen influencers, coming out at BYU, and Stranger Things thinks Mormons are oh-so-white.
Is celebrating the prophet's birthday a bit too much for a humble calling? Missionaries to pay more per month. The Church toys with younger kid interviews.
The author of "And It Was Very Good" sits in the hot seat to discuss Latter-day Saint sexuality, including its many pitfalls.
Six months in, how is two-hour church and "Come, Follow Me" working out for you?
Do we experience irrational fears about being attacked at church? VidAngel gets in hot water. THE MORMON MILLIONAIRE IS THE WORST.
YSA stakes do not meet the needs of young Latter-day Saints, and they exclude them from participation with the rest of the Church. Also, other news.
Arianne and Tiffany are back to talk about... men's cotton garments.