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Sister Missionary Hit By Car Returns to Mission to Forgive Man Who Hit Her.

Kendal’s Stiry Story Kendal is a beautiful young woman who played sports since she was ten-years-old. She was a five-sport lettermen athlete at Stansbury High School and went on to play college basketball at Casper College on a full-ride basketball scholarship. Kendal’s future seemed bright and promising, yet Kendal felt as though something were missing from her life. She discovered she needed to change her plans and serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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13 Jobs You’ll Be Surprised Were Held By General Authorities

One of the most beautiful things about the LDS Church is how it brings people together from different backgrounds, and the pasts of the Brethren leading this church are no different. Find out what unique jobs some general authorities have held before they were called to serve. NFL Quarterback Elder S. Gifford Nielsen of the First Quorum of the Seventy was a third-round pick in the NFL draft in 1978. He was selected by the Houston Oilers. During the first three

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What LDS Girls Camp is like around the world

When Young Women Camp began, a small group of young women from Salt Lake City went into the mountains near their homes for a weeklong excursion. Since then, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has grown to millions of members from all around the world. Today most church members are not within hiking distance of the Wasatch Front. But Young Women Camp remains a church-wide tradition. It can be held at any time of the year, in any appropriate place and

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LDS women seek answers to ambiguous role of Mormon women through video series

Something was missing. Although the Relief Society is one of the largest women’s organizations in the world, three LDS women noticed a lack of Mormon women represented in church history stories. So they decided to fill that void with a video series — Splitting the Sky. The videos explore individual women discovering who they are, developing their relationship with God and coming to terms with their unanswered questions. Over the next six months, Splitting the Sky will release a new

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Rudy shares his turning point in LDS conversion story

Daniel E. “Rudy” Ruettiger — who is best known for walking on to Notre Dame’s football team and the 1993 movie, “Rudy,” which was written about his experience — was baptized in January. And now he is sharing why he was baptized. As part of his interview with 1280 The Zone, Ruettiger shared his a part of his conversion story to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with the hosts. He told them his conversion was a 10-year process,

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6 Ways Each Single Mormon Can Fix The Mormon Dating Game.

Dating can be one of the hardest experiences one can go through. For some it is short, my older sister was married at 18, and for others it is long, my oldest sister was married at 26. For those who end up in the dating phase of life longer than they planned it becomes one of their greatest trials to endure cheerfully. It is extremely easy to blame all of your dating problems on the opposite gender, but that leads

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How A Catholic Man Showed And Taught Me Compassion On My Mormon Mission. #PrinceOfPeace

“Chris Brown, the Catholic not the rapper” Four years ago I was a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I was serving in the Manchester New Hampshire Mission. I had recently been assigned to work in the greater Ellsworth/Mount Desert Island area in Maine. The work was slow, many people would swear at us rather than talk with us. It was hard, even some of the local Christian Churches were hostile. One time while shopping at

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The Most Important Reason For Trials That Mormons Almost Always Forget

The Most Important Reason For Trials That Mormons Almost Always Forget Far too often Mormons fall into the same trap as the Pharisees. Namely, when we see someone with a trial we think it is a sign of their sinfulness. This idea is false.  In John 9:1-3, when Jesus was asked, “Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?” He replied neither had sinned. Jesus Christ was correcting the false cultural belief that sin is the

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How To Stop Noisy Children From Ruining Your Sacrament Meeting!

How To Stop Noisy Children From Ruining Your Sacrament Meeting! We’ve all been in church when it happens…A two-year-old starts to cry! Don’t they understand what they are doing? They are ruining Sacrament meeting for everyone! Whereas this is a dramatization, it illustrates what we sometimes think when a child starts making noise in church. I am a Young Single Adult or YSA. Because of this, I have mainly been in YSA wards over the past few years.  Something that always strikes me,

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One Thing Every Mormon Should Understand Before They Go Less Active!

I have lived in six states and attended 16 different wards or branches, in just the last 6 years! I love meeting new people. Because of this I often go out with the missionaries and visit the members. I have met many great members across the USA. And sadly, I know many who are, or who have gone, less active. And it is because they forget this simple truth. The Church is true, despite the members. In most Christian churches,