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​The Unusual Prompting a Firefighter Received that Saved the Walls of the Provo Tabernacle

An Unpleasant Call in the Middle of the Night It’s seldom good news when the phone rings in the middle of the night. The call in the early morning hours

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What I Learned From Visiting 55 Temples In 2 Years.

What I Learned From Visiting 55 Temples In 2 Years     As of December 31st, 2015 I had visited 55 Temples across North America ranging from San Diego California


The Powerful Story Behind The Choir Member Who Cried at Conference

For many, music is a special conduit to the spirit of God and can express a depth of testimony that is inadequate with words. This is no more evident than


5 Things I wish I was told before I served a mission.

5 Things I wish I was told before I served a mission  As a returned missionary, I often think of things I wish I had learned or was taught before I


180 years ago today in the Kirtland Temple, visits by Jesus Christ, Moses, Elijah and Elias

Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery lowered one of the temple curtains that provided a private place to pray among the pulpits in the Kirtland Temple. A week earlier, Joseph had

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(AP) Mormon leader urges tolerance no matter political views

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mormon leaders called on members to practice tolerance despite political differences, providing the faith’s U.S. members guidance at a church conference Saturday amid a presidential

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Special Sunday Night Session Of General Conference Announced!

Friday, April 1, 2016 Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints around the world have just celebrated Easter and are now eagerly awaiting the 186th Annual General