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Tiffany Gee Lewis: 7 kids, 7 missions, one college, no debt

Their track record of hard-work, service and cheerful well-being is what makes this family stand out.

Thoughts, memories and tributes to mothers from LDS Church leaders

This is a collection of thoughts, memories and tributes to mothers by general authorities and leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more »

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What's new: 'What Makes Us Sisters' is a gift book that shares talk from Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson

"What Makes Us Sisters" is a gift book that shares Young Women General President Bonnie L. Oscarson's comments on sisterhood from the April 2014 general women’s session. Read more »

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Defending the Faith: A tale of 2 holy lands

Although few recognize it, the area around Palmyra, New York, is, in its way, sacred and significant in a way quite comparable to Jerusalem and the land of the Bible. Read more »

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Arianne Brown: Recovering from illness, I was worried about running and not being weary

As I stood at the start line of a recent race, my body felt tired and achy after a battle with the flu. I worried I would not reach my goal but remembered a promise in Section 89 of the Doctrine... Read more »

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Picturing history: Asael Smith grave

Asael Smith was the father of Joseph Smith Sr. He was taught the gospel by Joseph Sr. and grandson Don Carlos Smith. Read more »

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Tiffany Gee Lewis: 7 kids, 7 missions, one college, no debt

Their track record of hard-work, service and cheerful well-being is what makes this family stand out. Read more »

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LDS Church announces Cedar City temple groundbreaking

Much-anticipated for two years by local Mormons, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Cedar City Utah Temple is scheduled for Aug . 8. Read more »

May 4, 2015

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LDS missionaries to return to Liberia, Sierra Leone this summer

With Ebola disappearing from Liberia and a sharp drop of cases in Sierra Leone, the LDS Church is preparing to send missionaries back to those countries. The church removed them last August at the... Read more »

May 4, 2015

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Mormon mom battling breast cancer during pregnancy relies on LDS faith

Heather Choate was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 10 weeks pregnant with her sixth child. Read more »

May 4, 2015

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LDS artist J. Kirk Richards says leaps of faith, prayer helped him find success

It’s taken more than a decade of leaps of faith, frugal living, earnest prayer and hard work, but things are working out for artist J. Kirk Richards. Read more »

May 3, 2015

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Book reviews: Two novels about Mormon spy are Whitney Award finalists

Talia is 12 days into her marriage and consciously subduing her spy tendencies. She still struggles, as she makes breakfast in bed for her new husband, to compartmentalize her dangerous job and... Read more »

May 3, 2015

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200,000th digitized book milestone announced

FamilySearch recently announced the publication of the 200,000th digitized historical book online at books.familysearch.org. The books are from a variety of libraries and organizations in the U.S.... Read more »

May 3, 2015

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Mormon man's half-court shot is a reminder for family that miracles happen

Alan Smith, a volunteer at the Jordan River Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, won a competition in 2006 that he called his “$50,000 Miracle.” Read more »

May 3, 2015

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LDS sister missionaries assaulted in Chile

Two sister missionaries are recovering after men broke into their apartment at about 6 a.m. Thursday morning and assaulted and robbed them, a church spokesman said Friday. Police have arrested two... Read more »

May 2, 2015

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Book review: Whitney finalist 'An Ocean atween Us' shares historical story of Atlantic crossing, coal mining

William Glover the Fourth is a teenager in a Scottish coal-mining town in the 1820s who has his eye on Lucie and plans to marry her in the historical novel “An Ocean atween Us,” the... Read more »

May 2, 2015

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LDS Church announces open house, rededication of Montreal Temple

A seventh LDS temple will be dedicated or rededicated in 2015, the church's First Presidency announced on Friday. The Montreal Quebec Temple renovation is nearing completion, and an open house will... Read more »

May 1, 2015

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God will give you more than you can handle, I guarantee it

When I realized the simple fact that God can — and will — give us more than we can possibly bear, it got easier. Read more »

May 1, 2015

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Defending the Faith: Going up to Jerusalem

The notion of "ascending" to Jerusalem reflects not only the city's location on a mountain ridge but also its status as the once and future site of a temple of the Lord. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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One act of kindness leads to another

A game of rock-paper-scissors led to a heartwarming display of generosity not once but twice during a recent gathering of students, staff and faculty of LDS Business College. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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New Harmony: Most Mormons have a 'collage' education

For members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, organizing and creating are often one and the same. We cut and paste, trim and sort. We love to gather, arrange and display. We... Read more »

April 29, 2015

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BYU Cougarettes named National Hip-Hop Champions, say unique standards key to success

On April 11, the Cougarettes were named the National Hip-Hop Champions at the NCA & NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida. Coach Jodi Maxfield believes her dancers'... Read more »

April 29, 2015

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LDS missionaries in Baltimore safe as city calms

In response to rioting and violence that has shaken downtown Baltimore this week, six LDS missionaries serving in the area have been temporarily reassigned to nearby suburbs. Read more »

April 29, 2015

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Wright Words: Founding member of SEAL Team Six shares journey to LDS Church

Frank Phillips was a founding member of one of the United States military’s closest, most elite families: the Navy’s SEAL Team Six. During his 16 years as a SEAL, Phillips lived hard... Read more »

April 29, 2015

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Picture history: Picacho Peak State Park, Arizona

The Mormon Battalion passed by the natural landmark known as Picacho Peak on their way to the Pacific Ocean. They camped there on Dec. 17, 1846. Read more »

April 29, 2015

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What's new: 'The First Vision' harmonizes accounts of Joseph Smith's theophany

In "The First Vision: A Harmonization of 10 Accounts from the Sacred Grove," Matthew B. Christensen blends elements of the 10 known historical accounts of Joseph Smith's First Vision recorded... Read more »

April 29, 2015

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