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God will bless those who live today in their challenges as He did the Mormon pioneers in their effort to create an oasis in the desert, a General Authority said in his speech at the annual Days of... Read more »
This is an overview of the Days of '47 Parade on July 24. Read more »
Members can help move the work forward by serving as family history missionaries. Read more »
Lindsey Nelson, who was chosen to represent the state of North Dakota as Young Mother of the Year, feels somewhat overwhelmed with such a responsibility, but with the honor of representing mothers,... Read more »
Fun soon becomes a happy memory; happiness is an eternal experience. It is no wonder that our Heavenly Father’s Plan of Salvation, which He set in place to help us find our way back to His... Read more »
Alaska Scouts tested a typical 72-hour kit during a three-day camping trip in the Alaskan wilderness. Read more »
Firsthand accounts by Mormon Battalion soldiers tell the story of their chapter in LDS history most vividly, and a speaker shared some of those accounts at the monthly Men and Women of Faith... Read more »
Sarah Jane Zenger finished first in the MTNA Junior Woodwind Competition. Read more »
A place for learning and gaining an “education for eternity,” institute is more than a classroom for college students. Although originally established to be a spiritual place of... Read more »
Celeste Humphreys Mergens was named as the Washington state representative for Mother of the Year. Read more »
Coverage of the annual Philmont priesthood training conference in Cimarron, New Mexico. Read more »
Notices of new and reorganized stakes throughout the Church. Read more »
Sister Neill F. Marriott shares a message for young women and their leaders. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have turned 100 years or more. Read more »
Notices of members of the Church who have been married 70 years or more. Read more »
Funeral is held for parents and four children who were murdered in their home. A 15-year-old daughter survived the attack on the family. Read more »
Artwork depicting scenes from the Savior's life by students at St. Paul the Apostle School Catholic school in Los Angeles was displayed at the Los Angeles Temple Visitors' Center for a month,... Read more »
Speaking during the annual Pioneer Days Devotional in Ogden, Utah, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency, addressed the topic, “All Is Well.” Read more »
Amy Raynor Brinton was recently named the Wisconsin Young Mother of the Year. Read more »
Colorado Springs North Stake, along with 45 other agencies and organizations, recognized with a certificate of appreciation for service following the Black Forest Fire in Colorado last June. Read more »
An overview of the competitive-sports program at BYU-Idaho. Read more »
The Sunset Beach YSA Branch was formed in September 2013 and has grown from less than 20 members to more than 90 in less than a year as a result of the outreach efforts of many of the branch members. Read more »
Speaking at the Seminar for New Mission Presidents on June 23, Elder Quentin L. Cook addressed the topic, “Turn the Hearts.” Read more »
Elder David A. Bednar teaches of the importance of following the Lord's sacred patterns in teaching, learning and hastening His work. Read more »
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