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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

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The brothers who begin The Book of Mormon add meaning to new LDS video series

Jackson VanDerwerken isn’t having the average 17-year-old summer. He’s living more than 2,000 miles from his home and portraying a character he’s known since singing “I will go, I will

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LDS man walks ‘500 miles’ to propose to girlfriend

Michael Baker had big plans when it came to proposing to his now fiancee Tracie Wyson. In fact, they are so big that Baker walked (sort of) 500 miles from his

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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

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LDS Church responds to leaked videos of private meetings of Mormon apostles

The LDS Church and a former George W. Bush Cabinet member responded Sunday afternoon to the unauthorized leak of 15 videos of briefings provided to the church’s Quorum of the

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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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Ground Broken for Second Colombia Temple

Ground Broken for Second Colombia Temple Ground was broken for the Barranquilla Temple, Colombia’s second temple, Saturday, February 20, 2016. Elder Juan A. Uceda of the Seventy and president of the

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How Some Jews Have Become Mormon and See No Contradiction

JTA – Phyllis Miller’s experience growing up in Southern California wasn’t much different from that of many American Jews. The product of an intermarriage — her mother wasn’t Jewish but

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Muslim Government of Oman gives LDS Archaeologists Permission to Dig at Nephi’s Bountiful Site

It seemed impossible that the government that rules the devoted Muslim country of Oman on the southeastern cap of the Arabian Penninsula would grant permission for an archaeological team, headed

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President Uchtdorf Meets Harrison Ford, Presents “Candy Bomber” with Aviation Award

On Friday, January 22, John Travolta hosted the 13th Annual “Living Legends of Aviation” Awards, and Harrison Ford presented the Aviation Legacy Award. Recognized during the night was Colonel Gail