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Sarah Petersen
Sarah Sanders Petersen writes for the Faith and Family sections on DeseretNews.com. Sarah received a bachelorís degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in editing from Brigham Young University. During her time at BYU, Sarah worked as a reporter for BYUís Daily Universe, and an editor for Stowaway magazine. She completed internships with the Mormon Times section of Deseret News as well as the New Era magazine. Sarah currently resides in Utah County with her husband.

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Bekah Pence, 29, didn't enter the Ms. Virginia United States pageant for the glitz and glam or the 15 minutes of fame. The recently returned LDS missionary saw it as a way to continue sharing her beliefs.
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The Mormon Channel released a new video in its "His Grace" series Wednesday featuring Jordan Hansen and his struggle with prescription drugs.
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