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In the Whirled: World peace and the family reunion

Mother Teresa said world peace comes from loving our families. Nowhere does that get tested more than reunions.

Picturing history: San Bernardino Ranch camp, Mormon Battalion

In an expanse of desert about 15 miles east of what is now Douglas, Arizona, the Mormon Battalion set up a rest camp near the San Bernardino Ranch in early December 1846. Read more »

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Tips for living: 'The Provident Prepper' gives solid, clear info on getting prepared

Kylene and Jonathan Jones' recent book "The Provident Prepper" has detailed, straight-forward helps for emergency preparedness. Read more »

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LDS stake presidency participates in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Three members of a LDS stake presidency from Mesa, Arizona, participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Read more »

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Ask Angela: I'm not getting married in the LDS temple, yet

This reader has made the decision not to get married in the temple and wants her mother's support. Asks Angela for help and advice. Read more »

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Wright Words: What a temple trip can teach about missionary work

Is there really any difference between the work of members and that of our full-time missionaries? Read more »

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Elder Ballard offers counsel to Ogden Institute students

Elder Ballard offers "grandfatherly" advice to thousands of Weber State University students as they begin a new school year. Read more »

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Idaho Mormons, community members gather for Meridian Temple groundbreaking ceremony

In an open field just south of the Boise River in Meridian, Idaho, a group gathered Saturday morning for the groundbreaking ceremony commemorating the start of construction on the Meridian Idaho... Read more »

Aug. 25, 2014

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Carbon monoxide leak suspected in death of 2 Mormon missionaries in Taiwan

Two LDS missionaries who died while serving in Taiwan are believed to have been killed by a carbon monoxide leak in their apartment, according to news reports in Taipei. Read more »

Aug. 24, 2014

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Thousands volunteer at LDS Ogden Temple during open house

What does it take to coordinate thousands of ushers in order to host the hundreds of thousands of visitors at the Ogden Utah Temple open house? Read more »

Aug. 24, 2014

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Book review: 'My Future’s So Bright' is uplifting, inspiring and fun

“My Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades” provides uplifting and inspiring life advice for youths and young adults as they navigate a crazy world. Read more »

Aug. 24, 2014

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S.L. Time Out for Girls event Nov. 1

A Time Out for Girls event will be in Salt Lake City on Nov. 1 at the South Towne Expo Center, Time Out for Women organizers recently announced. Read more »

Aug. 24, 2014

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Oregon LDS stake includes special needs youths on pioneer trek

An LDS stake from Eugene, Oregon, is breaking barriers when it comes to inclusion of special needs youths. When they invited all youths, regardless of ability, to come on a pioneer trek, six took... Read more »

Aug. 24, 2014

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LDS Church invites app developers to participate in contest

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The Church is inviting app developers to participate in a Gospel Game Development Contest. It is open to everyone and participants are tasked with developing a gospel-centered game or app that will... Read more »

Aug. 23, 2014

3 Mormon missionaries die in 2 separate incidents

Three LDS missionaries, including two from Utah, died continents apart this weekend. Sister Nancy Vea, of West Jordan, died Saturday and two elders from Springville and Taiwan died in their apartment. Read more »

Aug. 23, 2014

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Brownies add balance to spiritual, practical classes at BYU's Education Week

Two recently retired LDS couples used Education Week to improve their travel and lives while satisfying a sweet tooth or two at the popular, long-running BYU event. Read more »

Aug. 23, 2014

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Book review: 'The Quantum Breach' merges technology, suspense in thriller

Denver Acey's "The Quantum Breach" educates and thrills with a Mormon hacker forced to return to a life he swore to abandon. Read more »

Aug. 23, 2014

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LDS expo, benefit concert aim to help new, returned missionaries

An LDS Missionary Expo and benefit concert are scheduled for Oct. 1-3 at the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University to help missionaries, both prospective and those who have returned. Read more »

Aug. 23, 2014

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LDS missionary critically injured in Oklahoma car accident

Sister Nancy Vea, 19, of West Jordan, was critically injured while traveling with other missionaries Friday. Read more »

Aug. 22, 2014

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Flooding at BYU cancels Thursday afternoon Education Week classes in Marriott Center

A broken water main in BYU's Marriott Center parking lot forced workers to shut off water Thursday afternoon to the basketball arena. Three Education Week classes were canceled Thursday, but... Read more »

Aug. 21, 2014

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Defending the Faith: The very surprising language of the Book of Mormon

Careful study of the Book of Mormon's vocabulary and grammar suggests that seeming errors aren't errors at all. In fact, they may provide striking evidence that the book's translation in the 19th... Read more »

Aug. 21, 2014

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Mormon coaches and callings: How they balance serving in the church with pressure-filled profession

NFL and college football coaches talk about how they balance serving in the LDS Church with the demands of coaching football. Read more »

Aug. 21, 2014

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Researching Family History: The sadness that comes from lost or ruined photos and documents — and the resolution

Heavy downpours of rain and ensuing landslides over the past three weeks are a reminder to plan ahead for potential big-time calamities. Read more »

Aug. 20, 2014

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Sherry Young: The man who delivers flowers, candy and much more

Dale was a rock star in the Native American areas. He knew all of the people by name and made them feel great. He had a big heart, encouraging all of them to rise above their poverty. He stressed... Read more »

Aug. 20, 2014

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BYU assistant football coach is also Bishop Kaufusi to young single adult ward

When Steve Kaufusi hears members of his ward voice uncertainty about their ability to serve in a church calling, he understands the feeling. “I’ve been in their shoes,” said... Read more »

Aug. 20, 2014

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What's new: 'The Peter Potential' invites readers to discover possibilities

Readers looking for encouragement to press forward in faith will find much to appreciate in “The Peter Potential.” It is a quiet and gracious book that has the potential to change hearts. Read more »

Aug. 20, 2014

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