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MormonHaven News Archives
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3/28
* Annual General Conference Reaches Global Audience
* Church Shares 'Because He Lives 'Easter Initiative
* In Post-Storm Vanuatu, Mormons Quick to Rebuild
* In a Game of Total Victory We All Lose
* Church Social Media Highlights Past and Present Women of Faith
* “Pioneers in Every Land” Lecture Focuses on India
* From log cabin to university, BYU-Idaho continues to grow
* New exhibit featuring 1,500 missionary name tags opens on Temple Square
* The Gospels reflect the value of different perspectives
* AML conference, awards Saturday
* Strengthening generations
* Church acquires works of unsung artist of yesteryear
* Cyclone Pam update
* Stories of women shared online
* Mormon Faces
* Latter-day Saints in Central America realizing blessings promised in the Book of Mormon
* Preparing to split up, LDS General Primary Presidency looks back on 5 years of service together
* LDS members receive free accounts at AmericanAncestors.org
* Harry Reid and the increasingly rare Mormon Democrat
* New policy lets female reporters attend all-male Mormon priesthood session
* American Red Cross recognizes Southern Utah heroes; STGnews Videocast
* Wildfire destroys homes of 3 members in Oklahoma
3/27
* Annual General Conference Reaches Global Audience
* New Face to Face Event to Feature Elder and Sister Bednar
* May 2015 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Returning LDS missionary, father battling leukemia share tender embrace at airport
* Book of Mormon Published
* Mormon missionaries lead dedicated lives
* Harry Reid's Retirement: Another Problem For The Democrats In The Senate
* BYU student claims he was evicted after argument over sexual orientation, settles lawsuit
* Doug Robinson: BYU's Taylor competing in NCAA swim championships
3/26
* 'A marvellous work and a wonder': A look back at the translation of the Book of Mormon 185 years after it was first published
* A How-To: Designing New Religion Cornerstone Courses for Improved Student Learning
* Unity in Diversity
* Defending the Faith: Joseph, the stone and the hat: Why it all matters
* BYU Singers celebrate 30th anniversary
* Finding faith in an anatomy lab
* Utah teens win national piano duet competition
3/25
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites March 24, 2015
* LDS honors outstanding teachers
* BYU swimming: Nationals-bound Jake Taylor turns lost time into faster times
* Exploring Mormon ethics of eating
* Why I don’t call myself a ‘Mormon feminist'
* 'Maternal feminists' defend motherhood at United Nations
* Picturing history: The Mormon Battalion at Tucson
* Utahn used Mormon ties to rip off investors, court papers allege
3/24
* Mormon Studies Program Funds New Classes About LDS religion
* Group says BYU shouldn’t expel ex-Mormon students
* Chuck Pierce Answers Critics of Glenn Beck Mantling
* LDS Church: No tolerance for sex abuse in scouting
* Boy Scouts of America's responses to CNN
* 10 Hilarious Mormon Comics to Brighten Your Day
* Church School Breaks Financial Trend for Private Universities
* Mormon Bodysurfer Miraculously Found After Being Paralyzed & Lost in Ocean
3/22-3/23
* General Women’s Session Will Focus on Family, Leaders Say
* Church Leaders Visit Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan
* “Bodies Filled with Light” Exhibit Illustrates References to Body in Scriptures
* On the Go? Family History Apps Will Go with You
* New Features You’ll Find at FamilySearch.org
* New Temple Presidents Called for Palmyra New York and Bountiful Utah Temples
* LDS Church History Museum hosts online exhibit
* Women of faith through the centuries
* Hamblin & Peterson: Do religions try to keep their scriptures inaccessible?
* Alternative rock/indie band of 5 returned Mormon missionaries seeks to 'bring light'
* Mormon church leadership is the oldest it has ever been
* Happy Birthday, Shawn Bradley
* Goat Project gives East African refugees a sense of home, future opportunity
* Utah native Brown wins NCAA wrestling championship
3/21
* Sciptures committee announces 'exciting developments' in standard works translations
* Elder David A. Bednar, Sister Susan Bednar to answer youths' questions in live chat
* Salt Lake City has 7th-highest rate of LGBT population in U.S.
* 7 traditions to help keep Easter centered on Christ
* Annual spring concert
* LDS Church to deliver monetary help to Mormon couples hunting to adopt
* Significant Church history discovery made
* Former Cyprus High wrestler Matt Brown on new mission
* BYU wants to shake up seedings — and NCAA calendar
* Kirby: Church is finally changing me
* LDS church ‘BASEcamp’ program for youth comes to Dixie State University
* Food to be the topic of presentation Tuesday
* Church Leaders Visit Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan
* 'Atonement of Christ' online exhibit
* Hamblin & Peterson: Do religions try to keep their scriptures inaccessible?
3/20
* Final 6 LDS missionaries found safe in Vanuatu 6 days after ferocious Cyclone Pam
* Cyclone Pam Update: 20 March 2015
* Inclusion Center honors Pres. Uchtdorf, other community 'transformers'
* Mormon leader Uchtdorf calls for welcoming attitude among all groups
* Marriage is still important to young adults, BYU researchers find
* Members encouraged to share testimony of Jesus Christ at Easter
* BYU-Idaho devotional: 'Faith to reap'
* Cougars return to basketball's 'Big Dance'
* Moon's most unusual volcano more massive than thought
* Junior Japan happy with Pacific Challenge performance
3/19
* The future of the LDS Church in Asia
* 6 LDS missionaries still unaccounted for in Vanuatu; 2 dispatched by boat to find them
* What Mormons should know about NBC's new television series 'A.D.'
* Defending the Faith: Proof, evidence and the need to decide
* 8 LDS young men share how texting prepares them for missions in new Mormon Message
* Picturing history: San Xavier del Bac Mission
* BYU graduates complain to accrediting board over school’s treatment of lapsed-Mormon students
* Eight Mission Presidents and Wives Called to Serve
* Scriptures Committee Announces “Exciting Developments” in Standard Works Translations
* Once My Enemy, Now My Bishop: The Unifying Power of the Gospel
* Three Lessons We Can Learn from Wild Ducks
* BYU animation peaks at perfection for final film ‘Ram’s Horn'
* Provo engineer develops life-saving walkie talkie technology
3/18
* Women of the Church Honored in March
* Teachings of Christ, a New Installment in Series of Online Exhibits
* Elder Ballard to Close BYU Women’s Conference April 30–May 1
* Youth Serve by Documenting Graves with Billiongraves.com
* Contact made with 11 LDS missionaries in storm-ravaged Vanuatu
* 13 little-known facts about Joseph Smith
* Event Focuses on Redefining Beauty for LDS Women and Youth
* Voice heard by Baby Lily's rescuers came from her mother's love, family says
* The 'big tent' of families
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Baymax, Kelly Clarkson and gaining weight during pregnancy
* A Mormon church, Binay dummies, and a land scam
* BYU graduates complain to accrediting board over school’s treatment of lapsed-Mormon students
* BYU ousted from NCAA tourney after blowing lead, falling to Ole Miss 94-90
3/17
* Elder Bednar visits LDS Church's Pacific Area, rededicates New Zealand MTC
* LDS leaders still trying to contact some missionaries after 'Vanuatu Monster' storm
* Cyclone Pam Update
* Utah couple serving LDS mission to Vanuatu OK after cyclone hits south pacific islands
* Church gives equipment to health centre
* 'Mormon proposal' sparks forum in Washington, D.C.
* Mormons free to back gay marriage on social media, LDS apostle reiterates
* Utah author writes children's book about LDS missionary work
* Mitt Romney’s new opponent is Evander Holyfield
* Lindsey Stirling set to kick off 'Wednesdays' concert series at Artpark June 10
* Brick'em Young adds Nauvoo Temple set to its lineup
* BYU women’s basketball team to play Louisville in NCAA tourney
3/15-3/16
* LDS Church trying to contact missionaries amid devastation in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam
* Baby announcement elicits tears, smiles for Canadian couple who battled infertility
* Utah anti-bias, religious rights law could be model for other states
* Viewpoint: Service Needed to Become “Even as I Am”
* Sunstone conference asks what it’s like to be Mormon and not white
* A cautious walk through Temple Square in SLC
* BYU's Jared Ward wins U.S. marathon championship
* Thousands come out for Great Day of Service
* BYU returns to NCAAs — as No. 11 seed, with a play-in game against No. 11 Ole Miss
3/14
* LDS Church announces open house, dedication dates for 2 Mexico temples
* LDS Church accomplishes President Monson's goal, announces 5th, 6th temple dedications for 2015
* Church donates 'Meet the Mormons' proceeds to the Red Cross
* Asia playing key role in the Lord's "hastening"
* What's new at FamilySearch?
* Plano youths, adults participate in Pioneer Trek
* Relief Society Celebrates Birthday and More March 17
* Meet the Mormons Released in Spanish
* 4 Main Lessons Young Adults Can Learn from Christ at Their Age
* Elder Holland Featured as a Guest on the Hugh Hewitt Show
* RootsTech 2015: Finding Living Relatives through Family History
* Missionary Moment: From Learning to Teaching
* Members in Catalina Island, California, Have a Unique Setting for Their Worship
* One family's decision to move to China for a semester
* 'The Cokeville Miracle' a story of faith and answered prayers
* New mission presidents
3/13
* Church Donates 'Meet the Mormons' Proceeds to the American Red Cross
* Church Applauds Passage of Utah Senate Bill 296
* Explaining Religious Freedom and LGBT Rights
* LDS Church explains religious liberty, LGBT rights stance in Mormon Newsroom Q&A
* LDS Church donates $1.8 million at American Red Cross Heroes Recognition
* Mormon missionaries say local people 'kind in what we have to say
* Americans killed in Waikato crash
* Pope Francis hosts Google Hangout for children with disabilities
* Conference will explore issues of race in the LDS Church
* LDS Temple thief pleads guilty
3/12
* VIDEO: New Mormon Message Focuses on the Ten Commandments
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Gives Fans a Virtual Opportunity to Sing With the Choir
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Plays Key Role in National Choral Conference
* Seventy Answers 6 Common Questions Posed by College Students
* LDS family releases Spanish translation of 'Glorious'
* BYU devotional: 'Lessons learned from the Savior's young adult life'
* BYU Athletes Have Unique Opportunity to Bless Others with Service
* Defending the Faith: Archaeology and the boyhood of Jesus in Nazareth
* The good, the bad and the illegible: Deciphering handwriting of early church scribes
* In the Whirled: The case against talent
* 5 adults attend weekly LDS Church meetings on Catalina Island
* Utah Passes Antidiscrimination Bill Backed by Mormon Leaders
* Three Americans killed in violent Waikato collision
* Pinewood Derby event fosters creativity and family bonding time
* Local Church Helps Temple Theater
* LDS missionaries boost humanitarian efforts
* BYU's MBA, Law programs still among nation's elite
* #BYUDevo Elder Kent F. Richards on Jesus Christ's example
3/11
* President Eyring to Receive Honorary Doctorate from University of Utah
* LDS Church History Museum releases new art exhibit showing rare pieces online
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Inducted into Classical Music Hall of Fame
* Viewpoint: Stay in the Boat
* Young couple from Holland converts to LDS Church after watching Mormon family's viral videos
* Returned Mormon missionaries in college basketball, 2014-2015
* Wright Words: Does your church sign tell the truth?
* Utah's Sterling Scholars announced for 2015
* 'Thunder Broke The Heavens,' an absorbing if unrealistic drama, screens at LDS Film Festival
* Mormon critic John Dehlin appeals LDS excommunication
* BYU must wait and hope for NCCA bid, as always
* Kenyan LDS leader to speak at Woodland conference
3/10
* Learning to 'seek wisdom out of the best books'
* LDS leaders prepare for women's session of general conference
* New website available expressly for LDS couples hoping to adopt
* Cookeville elementary students perform with Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* BYU women vanquish No. 1 seed Gonzaga with strong second-half defense
* Freshman leading record season for Ithaca girls
3/8-3/9
* hurch of Jesus Christ LDS welcomes new leadership
* Send it in: Mission reunion notices
* Moment: It’s Good to Be Alive
* RootsTech: 5 Steps to Putting Family, Food, and Fun in Family History
* India focus of pioneer lecture
* LDS Church publishes resources that help parents teach children about sexual intimacy
* New Mormon mission: How to teach members the messy part of LDS history, theology
* 10 scenarios where SB296 balances safeguards for LGBT with religious liberties
* Haws' last-second heroics lead BYU past Santa Clara
* Jabari Parker’s $570,000 Grafton Home
3/7
* Learning to 'seek wisdom out of the best books'
* Church History Library Lecture: Latter-day Saint Pioneers in India
* Returned Mormon missionary continues family legacy of watchmaking
* 10 things I’d tell my single, 20-something self
* New temple presidents
* General women's meeting preview
* Elder Holland is guest on syndicated radio show
* Mexico: 'Meet the Mormons'
* Cherokee High graduates spread the Mormon word around the globe
3/6
* Utah antidiscrimination and religious freedom proposal garners national attention and praise
* ‘I’m going to sign the bill’: Utah guv lauds compromise of religious liberty, LGBT protections
* Mormon mom of 3 battles cancer, uses trial to share faith, hope
* It's mammon against Mormons in western water fight
* Utah governor declares “Billy Casper Day” after Mormon PGA golfer
* Eaton scores in final seconds to give Cougars WCC Tournament win
* 'Meet the Mormons' missionary, Anthony Armstrong, makes BYU spring football roster
* Glenn Beck talks compassion at CCARE event
* BYU cheerleader goes to world stage for the second time
3/5
* Utah Lawmakers Introduce Bill Balancing Religious Freedom and Nondiscrimination Protections
* LDS apostle Jeffrey R. Holland predicts 100,000 Mormon missionaries by 2019
* Church to Pay Adoption.com Profile Fee for Couples for One Year
* BYU Museum Exhibit: Caring for the Earth Is Everyone’s Responsibility
* Story of LDS man who forgave drunk driver for deaths of family members makes its way to the big screen
* RootsTech 2015: Family History Is Like Climbing a Ladder
* RootsTech: Family History for Beginners; It’s about the Journey
* Defending the Faith: Exploring complexities in the English language of the Book of Mormon
* Woman discusses pornography addiction in new Mormon Channel video
* Mormon church plays starring role in Ithaca high school basketball player’s life
3/4
* Villarica volcano erupts in Chile, thousands flee; LDS missionaries safe
* Linda & Richard Eyre: Introducing kids to the finer things in life
* Women Church Leaders Visit Faith-Based Relief Agency in Texas
* Intense Storms Provide Members, Missionaries Opportunities for Service
* With average age of 80, Mormon church has never had older top leaders
* Medical marijuana debate to be continued, while new poll shows strong support
* Missionaries boost humanitarian efforts
* Connecting the Genealogy Dots with Missionaries From The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
* 2015 LDS Film Festival features the familiar and new
* LDS missionaries reunite man with his lost mission journals
* Running for a Reason: Rex Lee Run Celebrates 20 Years
* Mentor to Brandon Mull, James Dashner chose morality, LDS Church over mafia
* LDS Teens Learn And Serve At Youth Conference
3/3
* Elder Holland discusses religious freedom, faith with radio host Hugh Hewitt
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir to perform at Yankee Stadium
* LDS Charities Hosts Conference to Discuss Help for Refugees
* Ordain Women’s Kate Kelly loses last appeal; husband to resign from Mormon church
* Mormon woman who uttered historic prayer gets new assignment
* My mission in 5 minutes: Sister missionary shares the spirit of LDS mission to strangers through video
* LDS Family Services providing free online profiles for parents wanting to adopt
* LDS Church to provide financial aid to Mormon couples looking to adopt
* LDS Church’s Kaysville grain mill now also serves as pasta facility
* Groundbreaking On First Mormon Temple In Wyoming Announced
* Former Disney ambassador creates LDS YouTube channel
* LGBT groups, LDS Church close to final religious liberty/nondiscrimination bill
* 7 things to see at the LDS Film Festival
* LDS girl's imagination takes viewers of a new Comcast commercial on journey to 'Oz'
* Making music together
2/6
* Elder D. Todd Christofferson says LDS Church's doctrine is constant
* Apostles to Share the Why’s of Doing Family History
* David Blankenhorn: American culture just shifted a bit with LDS Church's statement
* Mormon missionaries will offer people attending 'The Book of Mormon' musical a different 'Book of Mormon'
* Former gang member shares his conversion to the LDS Church in new Mormon Channel video
* New theory connects a Native American prophet with Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon
* Millennials Rewrite The Census For A Better Sense Of Selfie
* Mormon facing excommunication makes his living off his podcasts
* Herbert says prejudice exists on both sides of religious freedom, nondsicrimination issue
2/5
* Timeline: Religious freedom actions, statements from LDS Church
* African-American genealogy: Researchers share stories of joy, fulfillment
* Defending the Faith: Book of Mormon and other hidden ancient documents
* Believing for Britton: A story of sibling love with an unwritten ending
* New Tabernacle Choir app: The soundtrack of life
* Mormon Origins: 6 Things That Led to Development of Christian Denomination
* LDS producer creates show for all things 'geek'
* Signing day: BYU football coach takes a giant gamble
* BYU's Mendenhall believes Cougars added young, exceptional talent with 2015 signing class
* Vigil planned for Mormon podcaster facing excommunication
* LDS women to make school bags for Africa
2/4
* Young men, women can serve LDS missions earlier but shouldn't be judged if they don't
* Elder Holland to Address Seminary and Institute Personnel
* The Church Thrives with Unity and Cooperation
* Santino Fontana, Sylvia McNair to join Tabernacle Choir for concert
* The New Yorker has declared Utah to be the next Silicon Valley
* Mitt Romney announced as UVU commencement speaker
* University of Washington president to lead A&M
* "Gentlemen Broncos," the "Napoleon Dynamite" creators' 2009 masterpiece
2/3
* ‘Meet the Mormons’ Movie to Show on TV Channels, Digital Outlets
* Elder Bednar Offers Prayer to Commence Utah Legislature
* LDS Church continues its fight against Ebola
* The Church Thrives with Unity and Cooperation
* Model of Washington D.C. Temple Interior on Display
* BYU football players gather for 30 year reunion of 1984 championship
* Jeff Flake, a Conservative, Emerges as Obama’s Ally on Cuba
* The App of Mormon? Utah Draws Tech Like Silicon Valley: Cities
* Missionaries right here in our backyard
* “Relative Finder” now certified with FamilySearch
* Afadjato South District signs $700,000 water project with Latter Day Saints
2/1-2/2
* LDS Church releases statement on construction of Rome Italy Temple
* Couple's LDS conversion started with a Piano Guys music video
* LDS Church History Department recognized for history records
* LDS position on gay, religious rights may influence state legislatures around the U.S.
* LDS faith helps keep things in perspective for 5 Mormons at Super Bowl XLIX
* Mormon farm boy, crushed between two semis, tells a remarkable story of survival
* Cyclone victims still live in tents in Ha'apai
* 'Unbroken' and the Savior's capacity to heal
* Some Americans feel ‘cold‘ toward Muslims and Mormons, survey says
1/31
* New Director Called for Hill Cumorah Visitors’ Center
* Restored Photos Give a New Look to Church History
* Why LDS Church's anti-discrimination stance should be welcomed by LGBT community
* Key points from Church's religious freedom announcement
* LDS leaders respond to reaction over their call to balance gay, religious rights
* BYU–Idaho to Get Its 16th President April 13
* Prospective Missionaries Encouraged to Prepare Early
* Faith and family are driving forces for LDS Seahawks coach Darrell Bevell
* 'City of Everlasting Spring' prepares for temple
* Family home evening: 2 landmark anniversaries
* Prophets speak about family home evening
* Multi-faith service in Reno
* Utah officials 'disappointed' with Romney's decision not to run
* Features to help families learn
* Church continues its fight against Ebola
* BYU football players gather for 30 year reunion of 1984 championship
* FamilySearch launches new app gallery
* Pixar president speaks on creative culture at BYU forum
1/30
* Construction of Rome Italy Temple to Resume at Normal Pace
* Church Announces Open House Dates for Indianapolis Indiana Temple
* Open House and Dedication Dates Announced for Temples in Peru and Indianapolis
* Church Announces Open House Dates for Trujillo Peru Temple
* BYU-Idaho devotional: 'Accomplishing the impossible'
* Elder Malm Speaks on the Role of the Spirit in Conversion
* Testimony of Book of Mormon Comes from Revelation, Seventy Says
* Missionaries Must Know Repentance to Teach It, Seventy Says
* Church Announces Presidents of New and Reorganized Stakes
* Community Participates in Walk of Life on BYU Campus
* Church Calls New Mission Presidents and Wives
* Mitt Romney calls Utah home, could open up about Mormon faith in potential 2016 run
* Romney pulls plug on possible presidential bid
* Former Utah basketball player spreads hope from his battle with depression, anxiety
* Donny Osmond, Laura Bush among Featured Speakers at RootsTech
* ABC's 'Nightline' takes a look into the lives of LDS sister missionaries
* The 16 most interesting college lists featuring BYU
* LDS Church asking Mormons for input on temple garments
* Balancing LGBT, religious rights won’t be easy, Mormon leaders concede
1/29
* Returned sister missionary, hundreds of YSAs encourage thousands to share testimony of Book of Mormon online
* Italy’s Mormons fast, pray as work on Rome temple stalls
* Membership growth spurs LDS expansion
* Gay rights advocates say Mormon Church stance symbolic
* Mormon Church big enough to seat 1000 people with an 18m high steeple proposed for Logan suburb
* If judges can't join the Boy Scouts, what about the Mormon Church?
* Super Bowl quarterback Tom Brady relies on LDS trainer for guidance in all aspects of life
* Sundance filmmaker premiers new film on radical Mormon offshoot
* Fierce debate surrounds John Dehlin's upcoming LDS Church disciplinary hearing
* FamilySearch certifies locally created 'Relative Finder' app
* State recognizes LDS Church for Utah Territorial Papers
1/28
* Mormon Leaders Call for Laws That Protect Religious Freedom
* Timeline: Church Actions, Statements about Religious Freedom
* LDS statement could move Utah nondiscrimination, religious freedom debate forward
* BYU-Idaho's Board of Trustees Announces New President
* Elder Cook Tells Young Adults to Choose Path of Righteousness
* Church Creates Wyoming Mormon Trail Mission
* Full-Purpose Missionaries Needed to Retain Converts
* Practicing Pure Religion Brings Happiness, Seventy Tells Students
* New Wave of Mormon Missionaries Is Young, Energetic and Female
* Members from Brazil Join in Massive Service Effort
* Church Celebrates 50 Years of Growth and Service in Bolivia
* State history division recognizes LDS Church for help with records
* The Clean Cut: Mormon Channel releases new video on parenting, family
* 'Studio C' cast talks to LDS teens about humor — seriously
1/27
* Members from Brazil Join in Massive Service Effort
* LDS Church announces 10 a.m. news conference
* BYU exhibit celebrates Christ's 'Words and Deeds'
* Thieves feel guilty, return stolen goods to Boy Scouts
* Why One Church Works Entirely by Phone
* “From the Treasury of American Song” Tabernacle Choir Performance
* Students head back to school for 2015 Academic Year
* 'In Football We Trust' puts a religious twist on a familiar story
* Knocking doors: What to know before signing up for that summer sales job
* LDS apostle Elder David A. Bednar offers prayer over Utah Senate
* From an ex-gay pastor to Bible scams and Scientology defectors — Sundance goes to church
* Don't cheat, kids: Use NFL's 'deflategate' to discuss honesty
* 'In Football We Trust' puts a religious twist on a familiar story
1/25-1/26
* 'His paths are righteous' — Elder Cook speaks to young adults in Logan area
* Leaders Say Primary Theme Builds Children’s Testimony of Christ
* Faith, friends and football: Stanford linebacker shares LDS conversion story
* Philippines typhoon - Rebuilding lives
* New visitors' center director
* Romney’s Consideration of Candidacy Is Closely Tied to His Faith, Allies Say
* Former Utah speaker remembered as compassionate and tough
* Matheson honored at Democratic fundraiser
* Op-ed: Why is ‘Book of Mormon’ play tolerated and even praised?
* About Utah: Utah Valley University fills a niche like no other
* LDS seminary class challenge reaches youths around the world
* LDS members explain their Mo. mission work
1/24
* Catholic Archbishop Delivers Message on Religious Freedom at Brigham Young University
* Dedication dates announced for temples in Peru, Indianapolis
* Mormons Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites | Jan 23
* Missionary preparation begins earlier than ever
* Professional tracks the best 10 ups and downs of Mormon growth
* New faces in place to direct temple visitor center
* Police investigating graffiti at two Livermore churches as hate crimes
* 2 LDS members explain their mission work in Missouri
* History restored
* 17 couples instructed in seminar for new MTC presidents, visitors center directors
* Reid L. Neilson Named Assistant Church Historian and Recorder
* 'Walk of Life' brings students, community together
* Bible detective compiles impressive collection
* Ten years of tours
1/23
* Missionaries Called to Bring Joy to Others, Elder Nelson Says
* Mormonism In the News: Getting It Right | January 22, 2015
* LDS mission president's wife dies
* LDS Church celebrates 50 years in Bolivia
* Family motto helps LDS couple put parenting ahead of successful business
* LDS.org Appearance, Menus to Evolve Over Time
* Youth Are Encouraged to Serve Others Secretly
* Bible Videos DVD Special Price Extended
* Defending the Faith: A tribute to heroes in the kingdom
* Gospel truth blooms where it will bloom
* Mormon Church funding model inspires Digital Harbor Foundation 3-D printing program
* Disciplinary council delayed for ‘Mormon Stories’ podcaster John Dehlin
* 12-year-old who fell through ice into pool in Magna Tuesday has died
* Romney's Mormonism brings money
1/22
* LDS Church announces creation of Wyoming Mormon Trail Mission
* The Humanitarian Impulse
* LDS dad among finalists for Doritos Super Bowl commercial contest
* Missionaries Brighten Up Community Event in Houston, Texas
* BYU freshman finds faith, 'tender mercies' after fall
* Faith, friends and football: Stanford linebacker shares LDS conversion story
* Defending the Faith: A tribute to heroes in the kingdom
* The Power of Personal Journals Is Enduring
* Alexandria Church Marks 60th Anniversary with Open House
* The Kirtland Temple
* Two Montana Boy Scout troops robbed of camping equipment, trailer
* Brad Rock: BYU asleep at the switch on Miami Bowl fallout
* Man charged with damaging Nauvoo temple property
1/21
* LDS missionary collapses, dies during ward soccer activity
* New Logan LDS Temple presidency announced
* Mormon designer shares goodness, has missionary opportunities through app and Instagram account
* Taking their faith to the street
* David Archuleta blogs about life in the spotlight as an introvert
* Utah could participate in Supreme Court's marriage equality case
* BYU football says nada after Memphis players get off easy for Miami Beach Brawl
* New Harmony: Gospel truth blooms where it will bloom
* Picturing history: Wilford Woodruff baptismal site
* David Knopf: Monument tucked on back road offers lesson on Mormon history
* Utah Jazz: Longtime Jazz usher Wally Price dies at 99
* Ordain Women's Bennett says being silenced gave her a voice
1/20
* Family history forges ties with biological family
* U.S. Census the Number One Collection on FamilySearch
* Viewpoint: Gospel Is a Treasury of Stories
* Tabernacle event pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
* Pasco man, 20, dies of heart attack during church mission in Mexico
* Community rallies around former hoops star who suffered accident on her LDS mission
* Online dating tips for Mormon YSA men
* Op-ed: LDS political history shows plenty of successes
* Dick Harmon: BYU football enlisting missionary prospects at a record rate
* Mitt Romney Highlights Mormon Faith Ahead Of Potential 2016 Bid
* 'Heart and soul' of One Voice
1/18-1/19
* Churches join together to sing the praises of MLK
* Family history forges ties with biological family
* FamilySearch launches app gallery
* Missionaries are called to bring joy to others, Elder Nelson says
* New mission presidents
* David Archuleta expresses need to be 'true to himself'
* The Coming Crackdown on Mormon Liberals
* Faced With More and More Press, the Mormon Church Is Once Again Walling Itself Off
* Sales drop at Gateway since opening of Mormon-built City Creek
* Mormon church vandalized
1/17
* Message of the Restoration
* New mission to include Handcart historic site
* 'Map of Heaven' argues for more study of afterlife
* Missionaries help community event 'shine'
* Mormon church building new retail, social services, missions complex in Glendale
* 'Being full-purpose missionaries'
* LDS Brazilians join in massive service project
* Celebrating 50 years in Bolivia
* Ghana missionaries carol in mall
* Summer 2015 Opening for New Temples
* Mormon steps down from Ordain Women post to keep temple recommend
* Kirby: Home teaching at the Big House
* Scientists seek religious experience their subjects brains
* Youth challenged to find names for temple work
* Former NFL and Utah quarterback Scott Mitchell eliminated from 'Biggest Loser'
1/16
* Family Enjoys a Sweet Reunion with Ancestor in Israel
* BYU Researchers Studying Black Hole
* Donny Osmond tells HuffPost Live why he shares his LDS faith with others
* Elder Don R. Clarke on pure religion and answering, "Do we love him?"
* Mormon critic John Dehlin says he'll face church disciplinary council
* Mormon Church Threatens Critic With Excommunication
1/15
* 2015 Visiting Teaching to Center on Christ’s Attributes
* 'How I lost and regained my faith': LDS man shares 18 lessons he learned
* LDS Church wins, Canadian polygamist loses in fight for ‘Mormon’ name
* LDS family celebrates four generations of Eagle Scouts, including 101-year-old patriarch
* Former UVU baseball player adjusts focus, goals following LDS mission
* Church History Museum releases online art exhibit
* Lindsey Stirling named to Forbes' 30 under 30
* Young Men Give Bishop an Untraditional Gift
* Young Adults Encouraged to Live with Purpose and Real Intent
* Defending the Faith: How the Book of Mormon differs from 19th-century literature
* Philanthropist Ira Fulton extols the rewards of giving
* BYU clarifies beard policy; spells out exceptions
1/14
* Church Announces 2015 Mission Presidents by Area
* Learn to Fail Successfully, BYU President Tells Students
* Adopt-A-Missionary Facebook project provides Christmas presents to 1,500 LDS missionaries
* Indiana’s first Mormon temple predicted to have economic impact in 2015
* New Mormon temple could draw crowds to Carmel
* Picturing history: Site of the Mormon Battalion's battle with the bulls
* LDS artist Lindsey Stirling named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Music list
* Message to my kids: Mom comes first
* In the Whirled: 6 secrets to staying fit
* Mormon accountant caught out by Newman's early call
* Zogby on Romney: Ann Says Mitt Would Run as First Divorced Mormon
* Why Romney’s Not the Right Candidate to Challenge Bush From the Right
1/13
* Joseph Smith, Brigham Young rank first and third in magazine's list of significant religious figures
* “The Life of Christ,” a New Entry in Series of Online Exhibits
* Viewpoint: Watch the Switches
* Deacons Quorum Uses Scouting to Share the Gospel with Friend
* Wright Words: Message to my kids: Mom comes first
* Worldwide devotional: Living with purpose and real intent
* FamilySearch’s top searched collections from 2014
* Returned missionary and Oregon lineman at national championship while wife expected to deliver baby soon
* Haitian earthquake still vivid for Orem man five years later
* If a gay Mormon marries a woman, divorce is likely, study finds
* Five Things to Know About Mitt Romney's Philanthropy
* Islam Gets Special Treatment
1/11-1/12
* Inside of LDS temple revealed in Washington, D.C., cutaway model
* Model of Washington D. C. Temple on Public Display
* Three New Temple Presidents Are Called
* LDS Opera Soprano Debuts in Major Role at the Met
* LDS Young Men leader Ridd advises living with purpose
* FamilySearch’s top searched collections from 2014
* His Only Family Photograph
* Young Men present bishop with priceless gift
* 'Captain Nemo' dies; dream helps his victim's son forgive years later
* Washington Insight: Mormons hold outsized share of Congress
* Monday Close-Up: Former pro climber chooses church, family
* Work of late LDS artist included in Davis WinterArt Exhibit
* In ‘The Bishop’s Wife,’ a Mormon leader’s spouse becomes a detective and a champion for women
1/10
* LDS Church announces 11 new missions, 2015 mission president assignments
* New Zealand Latter-day Saints recieve honors
* Evidences for the Book of Mormon: Nephi the scribe
* LDS missionaries pray, walk, knock, then stoically accept rejection
* LDS coach receives national award
* Mormons add 1 1 new assignments, including 2 in Utah
* A 'he said, she said' dispute on LDS wards' ages
* Bibles in swearing-in ceremonies have deep meaning for Idaho officials
* Mitt Romney 'considering' 2016 presidential run despite two previous losses
* A legacy of Eagle Scouts
* Scientists Seek Religious Experience — in Their Subjects' Brains
* BYU uses planet-hunting satellite
* Joseph Smith, Brigham Young rank first and third in magazine's list of significant religious figures
* LDS Charities in Iraq: 'Sharing your pain'
1/9
* Mormons don't judge 'Book of Mormon' by its cover
* 10 things to know before you see 'Book of Mormon'
* Mistakes and unexpected changes are meant to help us succeed
* Online exhibit featuring Christ
* What's new: Elder Holland shares faith, encouragement in 'To My Friends'
* Former USU runner finds healing through grief after paralyzing fall
* Four compelling reasons you should choose a career in IT
* 7 financial mistakes Latter-day Saint families should avoid
* Death notices
* Mormon connection gives BYU Cougars strong support on the road
* BYU men's basketball: Haws reaches another milestone in loss to Pepperdine
1/8
* Growing crowds that greet missionaries jam Utah airports
* 2 authors in the family: Writing books has strengthened Gerald Lund's relationship with his daughter
* TLC show about Mormons with same-sex attraction creates media uproar
* Church Responds to Questions Regarding Upcoming TLC Program
* Defending the Faith: The evidence for Jesus is early and powerful
* 'Saratov Approach' director talks 'Freetown,' filmmaking
* Why Mormons Love Margaret Barker
* Jerry Earl Johnston: Gospel math: 70x7 = Love your neighbor
* Mitt Romney posts about attack in France, where he served his LDS mission
* Despite Living Behind Bars, These Moms Read Bedtime Stories to Their Children
1/7
* Elder Zwick Tells BYU–I Grads to Continue to Grow, Progress
* Study New Testament to Grow More Like the Savior, Leaders Say
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | 6 January 2015
* Members in Argentina Await the New Temple in Córdoba
* Mormon family's viral YouTube videos play role in British woman's conversion to LDS Church
* Five Ways Social Media Can Help You Find a Job
* LDSjobs.org Provides an Excellent Resource for Job Hunting
* Jerry Earl Johnston: Gospel math: 70x7 = Love your neighbor
* LDS soprano expecting twins debuts at Met
* Returned LDS missionary talks about mental illness and early release
* Reaching hearts: Swedish surgeon helps refugees in northern Iraq
* Hatch, Love attract crowds as congressional session gets underway
* First black female Republican joins Congress
* Leland Saunders, first mayor of Harrisville, remembered as a hard worker
* The Mormon women who married gay men — and they’re all fine with it
* Scientists seek religious experience - in subjects' brains
* Historical trekkers: Local Latter-day Saints re-enact event (PHOTOS)
1/6
* Reaching hearts: Swedish surgeon helps refugees in northern Iraq
* Study Explores How Technology Can Cause Interference in Relationships
* Viewpoint: Have a Destination in Mind
* This is what religious diversity in Congress looks like
* 7 ways religious affiliation will (and won’t) change in the new Congress
* 2 sentenced to jail for vandalizing Mormon meetinghouse
* Jesus may have been tried here: Archaeologists uncover Herod’s palace
* Husband shares 'miracles' of Kathy Taylor's final months
* When Mormon Is Hip
1/5
* Missionaries, dance battles and drones: Top 10 LDS-related videos of 2014
* Missionary Moment: Simple Mishap Leads Young Woman to the Church
* BYU-Idaho: Growth and progression
* Latter-day Saints in Cordoba prepare for new temple
* LDS woman creates modest fashion magazine for youths
* The billionaire philanthropist
* New Mormon leader says it's hard to say no to God's call
* Kirby: Common ground in the spirit prison
* Friends honor, remember legendary Utah cowboy poet
* A 'Come, Follow Me' quest to answer questions
* Making the best of bad situations
* Snoop Dogg and 'Survivor' stars: Who have you given a Book of Mormon to?
* Mormon climber exhibits good attitude with high altitude
* Was ‘The Book of Mormon’ a Great American Novel?
1/2-1/4
* New temple presidents
* 'What is the Book of Mormon?': Video created by 3 returned missionaries answers the question
* Only family photograph
* 2015 course of study: An occasion to grow to be more like the Savior
* BYU-Idaho: Growth and progression
* Top 10 free online ancestry databases
* Latter-day Saints in Cordoba prepare for new temple
* New 2015 Mutual online resources encourage youth to serve
* Colorado deacons share the gospel through Scouting, quorum meetings
* LDSJobs.org offers resources for job hunting
* LDS soprano debuts at Met
* Expert tracks the top 10 ups and downs of Mormon growth
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: 4 boys and fortunate: Turning shock into gratitude
* LDS young adults use New Year’s for charity
* What's Up With That?: Why aren't there crosses on LDS churches?
* Mom who lost family members in plane crash finds solace in faith
* Durrant reaches out to BYU's Haws, who eclipses him on all-time scoring list at No. 4
* Texas man shot dead on neighbor’s porch day after Christmas was sleepwalking: family
* Utah teen figures out Imagine Dragons riddle, finds treasure
* Community soup kitchen now serving Monday through Friday
* LDS Church Working with Rotary to Eradicate Polio
1/1
* January 2015 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Mormons Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites | December 31
* Elder Holland to Address Seminary and Institute Personnel
* Spirits Rise as Stake in England Focuses on Temple
* Blessings Await in the Temple
* New Friend Magazine Features Help Families Learn Together
* Evidences for the Book of Mormon: In cover of darkness and the turning of the New Year
* BYU Makes Surprise Run to Volleyball National Championship
* Defending the Faith: New year a time for looking both backward and forward
* In the Whirled: In 2015, do what scares you most

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