Ezra Taft Benson
As you can see, it is a tough call to name the most famous person in Utah, but if I had to choose “the most famous” one: Butch Cassidy. Read more »
LDS youth leaders Sister Rosemary M. Wixom and Brother David L. Beck receive Scouting's highest national honor, the Silver Buffalo Award. Read more »
On October 1, 1959, LDS Church apostle Ezra Taft Benson stepped into a 150-year-old historic Baptist church near Red Square, prompted to host an impromptu Christian... Read more »
The Church’s Relief Society, Young Women and Primary general presidents spoke to Latter-day Saint women about the Atonement on May 2. Sister Linda K. Burton,... Read more »
As Executive Director of the Temple Department, Elder William R. Walker of the Seventy is asked a lot of questions about the Church’s temples. The one most... Read more »
I am a Sunday School teacher. And as the old hymn says, that means I try to “labor with care.” Right now, we teachers are laboring through the Old... Read more »
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