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LDS addiction recovery video: Jessica’s story about food addiction

In the fifth video of "12 Steps to Change," Jessica shares her struggle with food addiction and the important role confession played in her recovery. Read more »

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How technology can boost your spirituality

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New research highlights the natural ways spiritual awareness shifts throughout the day. Read more »

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Pioneers in Every Land presentation on Sept. 10

The next Pioneers in Every Land lecture, “The Power Is in Them: How Church History Helps Latter-day Saints in Developing Countries” presented by an expert on international development,... Read more »

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Book review: 'Conversations with Mormon Historians' shares stories of faith of writers

"Conversations with Mormon Historians" is an interesting collection of interviews, telling how lives devoted to traveling the often bumpy roads of Mormon history have made them into even more... Read more »

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Hike for Hunger helps many needy in Summit, Wasatch counties

Christian Center of Park City's fourth annual Hike for Hunger on Saturday, Sept. 12, aims to raise awareness about hunger and raise resources for the center's food pantries in Summit and Wasatch... Read more »

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Hamblin & Peterson: Wartburg Castle is at the center of Germany and its history

Wartburg Castle, in the middle of Germany, is well worth visiting for its scenery alone. But its importance goes far beyond the splendid beauty of its location. Read more »

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World Congress of Families readies for speakers, controversy in Salt Lake City

In the runup to the World Congress of Families IX — the first such event to be hosted in an American city — organizers are continuing to face controversy. Read more »

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American ideals draw U.S. citizens to settle in Israel’s West Bank

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When Mordechai Reich moved to this Jewish settlement seven miles south of Jerusalem in 1994, he wanted to study in a yeshiva, or seminary. He stayed in Efrat, once part of the biblical land of... Read more »

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Christian college uses controversial moment to talk about redemption with students

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Soccer players from Whitworth University, a private Christian school in Spokane, Washington, recently got a red card from school officials. Can they be redeemed? Read more »

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Was this mass baptism at a Georgia high school 'problematic' or inspiring? Watch the video to decide

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A mass baptism where 18 students and one coach were baptized before a Georgia high school's football practice started a controversy, prompting a debate over religious freedom. Read more »

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President Uchtdorf to preside at Clark Gilbert's inauguration as BYU-Idaho president Sept. 15

Former Deseret News CEO and Harvard Business School professor Clark Gilbert will be installed as BYU-Idaho's 16th president in a Sept. 15 ceremony. President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in... Read more »

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Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Losing teeth and letting go

I suddenly realized my boy was not that baby gnawing on a squishy toy to get that first tooth to come in, but a first-grader, nervous about moving on and letting go. I should have let him hold on,... Read more »

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Friday Minute: Coping with change: Mope or hope?

Whether you sip life’s changes reluctantly or guzzle the whole glass down, you can cope with life's changes by moping or hoping. Read more »

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Trio of BYU professors team up to write book on foundational events of the Restoration

Three members of the BYU religion faculty — Susan Easton Black, Casey Paul Griffiths and Mary Jane Woodger — are teaming up to write a book on "The 100 Most Important Events in... Read more »

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Here's a crazy idea: Alex Boye and 'The Book of Mormon' musical

Last week my wife and I caught a concert by Alex Boye, a hot commodity in Utah music circles. James Brown was long considered “the hardest working man in show business,” but after... Read more »

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Papal Mass in Washington will be in Spanish

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When Pope Francis celebrates a canonization Mass at for a Spanish-American missionary later this month, he will do so in a language the new saint, JunÍpero Serra, would recognize: Spanish. Read more »

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'What really brings joy and happiness': Team devotionals highlight BYU football season

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Cougar football share testimonies through word and song at team devotionals. Read more »

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BYU Education Week 2015: 'Was that Revelation or Just Me?'

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Many people in the Church struggle knowing whether they are feeling the Spirit or creating something on their own. Jack Marshall, an institute instructor, spoke about an often-asked question in an... Read more »

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FamilySearch opens new Seattle Family Discovery Center

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The Seattle Family Discovery Center, similar to one operating since February at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City, opened to the public on Aug. 21. Read more »

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President Uchtdorf speaks to University of Utah medical students about 'responsibility, humanity, joy'

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Addressing students beginning their training at the University of Utah School of Medicine, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf spoke Aug. 28 about “the responsibility, humanity and joy of wearing a... Read more »

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LDS addiction recovery video: Sharon’s story about crystal meth addiction

In the third video of "12 Steps to Change," a 12-video series produced by the Mormon Channel and LDS Family Services, a woman named Sharon shares her struggle with a crystal meth addiction. Read more »

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Service missionaries find joy as they serve

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Service missionaries bring their life skills and experiences to bless the lives of others in Utah's Inner City Mission. Read more »

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Some tickets for broadcast of pope's speech to Congress available

Tickets for a broadcast on the U.S. Capitol west lawn of Pope Francis' speech to Congress this month are available through. Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah. Read more »

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Rome to name plaza after Martin Luther nearly 500 years after his '95 Theses'

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Centuries of hostility between the Roman Catholic Church and the Protestant groups that arose after Marin Luther's 1517 exit from his religious order, thawing relations between the two camps can be... Read more »

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Defending the Faith: 'He became man that we might be made divine'

The idea that humans have the potential to become like God isn't peculiarly Mormon. It's an ancient Christian doctrine that was largely forgotten in the West for centuries — until it was... Read more »

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