- Russia releases Latter-day Saint volunteers after 3 weeks of detention — here are their families' reactions (Church News)
Two Latter-day Saint volunteers detained for nearly three weeks in Novorossiysk, Russia, have left for the United States and their families are rejoicing and expressing relief.
- Mitt Romney, Utah governor and others react to release of Latter-day Saint volunteers from Russia detention (Deseret News - Utah)
Two Latter-day Saint volunteers detained for nearly three weeks for allegedly teaching English without a license in Novorossiysk, Russia, have left for the United States and their families are rejoicing and expressing relief.
- John Huntsman's wife posts touching tribute from LDS volunteer's family after release (KUTV - Utah)
After two volunteers for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were released from detainment in Russia, Mary Kaye Huntsman posted about the experience on Instagram.
She says her husband, U.S. Ambassador to Russia John Huntsman, received a touching message from one of the volunteer's family.
- Daniel Peterson: 'A Documentary History of the Book of Mormon' examines primary sources (Deseret News - Utah)
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are living now in a historical golden age. Primary source documents regarding Restoration history are more widely available and easily accessible than they have ever been before.
In the vanguard of this new historical openness is the Joseph Smith Papers Project, which has published thousands of documentary pages for specialized professional historians and interested amateurs alike.