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MormonHaven News Archives
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7/28
* Being a Pioneer Goes Beyond Pulling a Handcart, Leader Says
* Church Statement on Volunteers in Turkey
* Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple Open House and Dedication
* Defending the Faith: The 18th annual FairMormon conference is next week
* Pressing forward in the Pacific: John and Susan Tanner reflect on their first year at BYU-Hawaii
* Protecting Religious Freedom Is a Divine Obligation
* Family History Moment: Sixty Pages
7/27
* Elder Per G. Malm Passes Away
* BYU AdLab Helps Hospital-Bound Kids Play Pokémon GO
* Days of '47 parade: 'Pioneers: Inspiring today's generation!'
* Sister missionaries save neighbors from carbon monoxide poisoning in Michigan
* Gardiner Sisters team up with LDS actors to create original music video
* 4-Time Olympic Medalist Shares How Faith in Christ Got Her Through Her Darkest Moments
* What I learned from Macchu Picchu about the view from the top
7/26
* Elder LeGrand R. Curtis, Jr. addresses 'A Legacy of Faith' during Days of '47 Sunrise Service
* President Uchtdorf Presents Donation to UN Food Program
* President Uchtdorf visits refugees; presents $3 million from LDS Church to help refugees
* Famed British sextet highlights Pioneer Day concerrt of choir and orchestra
* Mormon missionaries save dozens from carbon monoxide
* Tour times of Fort Collins Mormon temple filling fast
* Wright Words: What I learned on a trail near Macchu Picchu
* Officials investigating arson at downtown LDS church, union hall
* How the Big 12 can easily accommodate BYU not playing sports on Sundays
7/24-7/25
* Elder Ballard discusses pioneer heritage in Utah
* President Uchtdorf Climbs to the Newly Constructed Heights of the Rome Temple Site
* Video: Brilliant 3-Year-Old Recites All 13 Articles of Faith from Memory
* The tiny town that set out to be Utah's capitol and 4 other areas with a unique history
* Mormon Mentions: Bryce Harper posts about his new scriptures; The Gardiner Sisters go on tour with Us the Duo
* Utah's unique response to the refugee crisis comes about because of its past
* On Pioneer Day weekend, Utah town shows off 19th century homes
* Men accused of narrowly missing 2-year-old during shooting spree charged
* Elder Ballard discusses pioneer heritage in Utah
* Treks give Mormon teens a taste of pioneer past, but some practices steer away from history
7/23
* Pioneer Day Concert Features the King’s Singers and Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* President and Sister Uchtdorf visit site of Rome Italy Temple: 'It is impressive to see'
* Mormonism in Pictures: Pioneers’ Trek West
* Utah man credits God for survival of 4 near-death experiences
* LDS Church asks court to void subpoena of President Monson in civil case
* Defending the Faith: Two theological accounts of evil
* Updated printed version of Spanish scriptures now available
* Church gives statement on attack in Nice, France
* The Clean Cut: LDS 3-year-old sings her dad a lullaby inspired by Jackie Evancho
* Music and the Spoken Word: 'Strong Men, Brave Women and Sturdy Children'
* Preliminary hearing scheduled for man accused of attempted murder and breaking into LDS Church
* County sheriff’s office arrests graffiti suspects
7/21-7/22
* Ohio Mormon prays for political leaders, enemies at GOP convention
* Angel Moroni Statue Tops Meridian Idaho Temple
* Most of Utah’s Days of ’47 events precede actual Pioneer Day
* 2016 Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square Pioneer Day Concert
* Mega-rich Mormon wants to turn Vermont farmland into prophet's 'City of Zion'
* Jerry Earl Johnston: At times the people we view as villains are really heroes
7/20
* Celebrate Utah’s Pioneer Day with ribs and a rodeo
* New Twin FAlls Bishop's Storehouse opens to help both community members and LDS families
* Pokemon Go player spots fire that destroyed Deseret Industries donations
* LDS.org post opens arms to 'Pokemon Go' players
* LDS.org Instructs Members on How to React When Pokémon Go Players Show Up at Church Buildings
* Mother of 35 adopted special needs children featured in ‘The Piano Gal’ YouTube video
* Cookbook review: 'The Lion House Cookbook' shares hundreds of recipes with a variety of flavors
* Historic Snowflake properties you need to see
* The soon-to-be biggest thing in football has no idea what he's in for: Inside 425-pound Motekiai Langi's path to BYU
7/19
* 'We honor our pioneer ancestors,' said Brother Tad R. Callister at Ogden Pioneer Days devotional
* LDS Church missionaries in Russia now to be known as 'volunteers'
* Choir, orchestra said to have brought healing during European tour
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Sings to Enthusiastic Audiences in Europe
* Latter-day Saints receive 2016 Pioneers of Progress Awards
* UTubers come together to help LDS singer Evie Clair’s family
* Twila Van Leer: My nomination of 3 Mormon pioneers to be honorary Days of ’47 parade marshals
* Want to be a part of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir?
* Service missionaries shuttle 'the world' to Temple Square
* Elder Stevenson throws first pitch at Angels game
* Celebration reunites former students
7/15-7/18
* Photos: 3-day genealogy event goes global
* Popular Mobile App Brings Visitors to Church Facilities
* Add Photos to Your Ward Directory on LDS.org
* Church Seeking More Nurse Missionaries
* Mormon missionaries safe amid coup attempt in Turkey, LDS Church says
* LDS mom, kindergarten teacher becomes entrepreneur when she meets Kickstarter goal
* Mormon family raises children on boat in the Caribbean
* BYU Family History Conference is July 26-29
* U.S. officials meet with Utah man jailed in Venezuela.
* Way-stop day; take a step back in time at Cove Fort
* Preparing for the worst is a matter of faith: EV Mormons stockpile food, water to be self-reliant
7/14
* New app makes Personal Progress easier for LDS girls
* Putin’s War on Prayer
* LDS Church Spends About $40 Million on Humanitarian Efforts Per Year
* Hal Boyd: College honor codes, BYU the next culture war?
* Preparing for Pioneer Day: Make Homemade Butter in a Mason Jar
* Art competition features an uncommon Mormon Savior: a brown Jesus
* A high-tech mecca rises to rival Silicon Valley
7/13
* Elder Holland to be devotional speaker at BYU Education Week
* FamilySearch Hosts Worldwide Indexing Event
* Progressing from Young Women Class Presidencies to Visiting Teachers
* Sister Joy D. Jones: A Lifelong Love of Learning and Motherhood
* Conference Address Reminds Sister of Her Divine Identity
* Visitors’ Centers Adding Three New “Meet the Mormons” Stories
* More Mormons to meet? LDS Church to release second 'Meet the Mormons' film
* PBS News Report Calls Church’s Welfare System Impressive
* Swedish Composer Celebrates Finding Her “Pathway to God”
* Applause for Choir and Orchestra Long and Loud on European Tour
* LDS Church welfare, humanitarian efforts average $40 million per year, apostle says
* Pioneers of Progress honored at Salt Lake gala
* Young photographer has an eye for LDS temples
* Food drive helps fill empty shelves at Winnipeg Harvest
7/12
* Mormon artist, who did portraits of LDS prophets and paintings for temples, dies
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites July 11, 2016
* 40th anniversary since the establishment of the Fiji Latter- day St Church College
* U.S. churches to Russia: “We’re not leaving”
* Small Centerville, Farmington fires may be connected, chief says
* Special session on tap for $17 million Fairpark stadium
* Rep. Stewart launches bipartisan congressional caucus on Peru
* Different Types of Mormon Missionaries as Described by Pokemon
* Charges filed and bail set for Smithfield man suspected of burglary and shooting outside LDS Church
* RubyGirl Community Helps Young Mormon Women Connect
* The Clean Cut: Nashville Tribute Band teams up with Marie Osmond, David Archuleta, Alex Boye to perform 'Redeemer' concerts
* Engaging Real Faces in Real Places
* Zion's Camp Not a Failure, Says Managing Historian of the Joseph Smith Papers
* LDS teen, future Ute gymnast selected as Team USA alternate for 2016 Olympics
7/10-7/11
* Mormon missionaries to remain in Russia despite new law restricting missionary work
* LDS Church Educational System will Bring Education to Members Around the World
* This Is the Place park offers more than Mormon heritage
* New Triple Combination Now in Fijian
* Twins headed to Peru for LDS missions
* LDS author who lost battle with cancer shows love conquers cancer in final book 'See You in the Morning'
* LDS missionary with spina bifida reflects on how young men in his ward changed his life in new LDS Youth video
* Emeritus Seventy Recalls Influential Teacher Who “Believed in Me”
* Edification requires give and take
* Supreme Court scores well on religious freedom unless sexual freedom is involved
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: How do you do date night?
7/8-7/9
* Golden statue placed atop Mormon temple in Tucson
* Pioneer Church Member Says Miracles Have Happened in Fiji
* Elder Wickman: Religious Freedom Requires Engaging with Others, Compromise
* LDS Optometrist Brings Focus to Fiji
* Elder Schmutz: Lifetime of Spiritual Experiences Testifies God Lives and Loves Us
* Stained glass throughout Utah
* Applause for choir and orchestra long and loud on European tour; proceeds in Vienna go to charity
* Choir, orchestra have had 'unifying effect' in Europe, leaders say
* Honor the pioneers by telling better stories
* Watch Former American Idol Contestant Jenn Blosil Singing on Her LDS Mission
* Grown-up Ty Detmer ready for another shot at BYU greatness
* BYU football: Former player suing school, WAC, NCAA for allegedly ignoring concussion risks
7/7
* Elder Wickman, UVU's Matt Holland to speak at BYU religious freedom conference
* Brother Devin G. Durrant to speak at Spring Commencement
* Edgehill Ward celebrates 80th anniversary with reunion Aug. 20-21
* What I Wish I’d Put on My “Husband List” as a Young Woman
* Defending the Faith: 'Transformed by the renewing of your mind'
* Hill Cumorah Pageant returns to Ontario County
7/6
* Choir Begins 3-Week European Tour in Berlin, a City Steeped in Cold War History
* BYU Religious Freedom Conference to Be Held July 7–8, 2016
* Ten Members Lose Their Homes in Fort McMurray Wildfire
* Digitizing books by the dozens
* Former KSL news anchor, BYU alum balances life as stay-at-home, working mom
* Are you a reliable witness for your life?
* LDS church still wants nurse specialists in every mission
* LDS Youth Build Temple Replica on Pioneer Trek
* Lawsuit States LDS Singles Other Christian Dating Websites Must Serve LGBQT Community
7/5
* Sapporo Japan Temple to Open for Public Tours
* Santaquin woman paints LDS temples in non-traditional way
* PCGS Grades Finest Known Mormon $20 Discovery Coin
* Cherish the Church's Choral Tradition
* Tyhee stake wins July 4 parade honors
* 1 in 8 Utah homes struggle to afford enough food
* Pocatello native arrested in Venezuela; accused of being spy
* America and the Price of Freedom
* Web Exclusive: Ken Sanders has seen a lot of Utah's history
* 5 of the Most Unique and Uncommon Bible Editions
7/3-7/4
* Choir begins 3-week European tour in Berlin, a city steeped in Cold War history
* LDS donates $10,000 worth of furniture to Penang Sangam Primary School
* Remembering President Boyd K. Packer 1 year after his death
* LDS girls take part in flag retirement ceremony
* Mormons’ disgust with Donald Trump turns Utah into close race
* LDS church serves the community a free breakfast
* The assassination of Joseph Smith book is a detailed account of the last years of the Mormon founder
* A day in the life of a Mormon missionary
* 10 Great LDS Quotes about America and Freedom
* Music and the Spoken Word: 'God bless America'
* Mormon Miracle Pageant, Makeshift Site For Debate Over Salvation
* Mormon Mentions: Kroger features LDS sisters, Lindsey Stirling interviewed by ABC News
* Over 1000 homes destroyed and 23 people have died after flooding in West Virginia.
* Meet LDS surfer Jordy Collins, one of the sport's rising young stars
7/1-7/2
* President Monson welcomes new leaders to the 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* Have the 'faith to baptize converts,' teaches Elder Neil A. Andersen at the 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* 'Come Unto Me,' is topic of President Henry B. Eyring's address at 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* The Book of Mormon is a 'miraculous miracle,' says President Russell M. Nelson at 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* 'Please do not fear technology,' Elder David A. Bednar says at 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* This is 'the Lord's work,' says President Dieter F. Uchtdorf at 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* Find people to teach, says Elder Dallin H. Oaks during the 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* God is 'mindful about establishing the Church,' says Elder Dale G. Renlund during 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* Elder D. Todd Christofferson speaks at Freedom Festival Patriotic Service: 'Religious Freedom — A Cherished Heritage to Defend'
* Ruby Girl: New website aims to give LDS young women a place to belong and recognize their worth
* Ken Niumatalolo's gratitude continues nearly 2 years after 'Meet the Mormons'
* Turning 'houses into homes': At Home CEO Lee Bird discusses faith, values
* LDS optometrist brings focus to Fiji
* Managing historian of the Joseph Smith Papers gives lecture on Zion's Camp
* Family History Moment: Miracle in Denmark
* Over 1000 homes destroyed and 23 people have died after flooding in West Virginia
* Elder Richard G. Hinckley: Remembering an influential teacher who 'believed in me'
* Ten members lose their homes in Fort McMurray wildfire
* Swedish composer celebrates finding her "pathway to God"
* Elder Schmutz: ‘A lifetime of spiritual experiences taught me that God lives and He loves us’
6/30
* Elder Grow Gives Students Three Patterns of Faith
* Pioneer Women Left Accounts of Hardships Suffered in “Move South” during Utah War
* Virginia Refugee Fair Helps Sisters Take Challenge to Serve Locally
* Church History Museum’s New Online Exhibit Explores Bravery in Book of Mormon
* 5 Resources for Youth Camps and Conferences
* Thousands Attend Family History Library’s Annual Block Party
* Elder Gary B. Sabin: Six Guiding Thoughts Summarize Testimony, Service
* LDS singer/songwriter Nik Day releases original 'Miracle' album
* Defending the Faith: 2 ways of taking the gospel to others
* Ken Niumatalolo's gratitude continues nearly 2 years after 'Meet the Mormons'
* Mormon Helping Hands volunteer shares experience as a volunteer following West Virginia flooding
* BYU Olympian teaches optimism, overcoming trials in TEDxTalk (+video)
* Grand Encampment returns to Council Bluffs after 20 years
* A flood of memories: Neighbors gather to remember the flood
* 5 Fun Facts about Mormons and Jell-O
6/29
* Picturing history: Kirtland Temple, a divine mandate
* Long PBS piece calls Mormon welfare system huge, impressive
* LDS singer/songwriter Nik Day releases original 'Miracle' album
* Local church helping local residents research family lineage
* Sharing goodness: President explains LDS media reach
* US Olympian After Making the Rio Team: "I'm Here to Love and Serve Christ"
* LDS Volunteers Give Family of Deceased MTC Chef a Beautiful Surprise
* Lindsey Stirling Performs Incredible Tango in Latest Viral Music Video
6/28
* Elder Christofferson Says Religious Freedom Is ‘Under Fire’
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right - June 27, 2016
* Leaders Discuss Details of Seminary's New Doctrinal Mastery Program
* Church in Asia Turns Milestones into Building Blocks
* Helping Refugees — Easy as Riding a Bike
* Family History Moment: Descendancy Research
* Never on Sunday: BYU won't compete on the Sabbath Day, regardless of the consequences
* The story of William Pitt and the Nauvoo Brass Band
* LDS family, Peter Hollens create 'Sound of Music' video
* Five brothers, five Eagle Scouts, one proud family
* Technology makes writing, publishing an ancestor's story easier
* BYU Olympian teaches optimism, overcoming trials in TEDxTalk
* Miracle Bowl BYU receiver Ryan Tibbitts had the unmistakable gift of helping people connect
6/26-6/27
* 2016 Seminar for New Mission Presidents: 'Teach Repentance and Baptize Converts'
* New Mission Presidents Told to Teach Repentance, Baptize Converts
* Viewpoint: Conferences Are Seasons of Spiritual Revival
* Mormon Mentions: Donny Osmond remembers Disney's 'Mulan,' David Archuleta flies with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds
* Trial ordered for politician accused of impersonating LDS general authority
* Mormon discrimination diminishing on campuses
* LDS Charities Donates $60,000 Medical Equipment to Help the Blind in Jamaica See
* Elder Oaks Shares How He Reconciled Science and Religion
* LDS Charities Helps Refugees in Rwanda in a Fundamental Way
6/24-6/25
* Elder D. Todd Christofferson speaks on defending the 'freedom to associate' at Boy Scout luncheon
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson: Young Women encouraged to 'minister to others'
* Elder Sabin: 'Six guiding thoughts'
* 1st edition Book of Mormon sells for $52.5K at NYC auction
* Church in Asia turns milestones into building blocks
* Arkansas Woman Dies from Heat-Related Illness in Pawhuska
* Elder C. Scott Grow speaks on patterns of faith in LDSBC devotional
* New Temple Presidents Called to Serve in Korea, Florida, Australia, and More
* Doctrinal Mastery brings relevant experiences to Seminary students
* Man pleads guilty to murder in carjacking crash killing of recent missionary
* Temple Moment: Cycling to the Temple
* Virginia refugee fair helps sisters take challenge to serve locally
* Mormon History Association Conference: Journal entries share experiences of women during 'Mormon War'
* World War II veterans honored at Flag Day celebration
* Family History Library's second annual block party
6/23
* Mormon missionary killed in taxi accident in Venezuela
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites June 22, 2016
* Completed Freedmen’s Bureau Project Indexed Nearly 2 Million Records of Freed Slaves
* Dalai Lama meets with two high-level Mormon church leaders
* David Archuleta performs first full concert in Utah Valley, featuring Bri Ray
* BYU alum Rob Gardner, Cinematic Pop featured on 'America's Got Talent'
* Defending the Faith: The challenge posed by Jesus
* Family of scholars: Utah family celebrates 5th graduate from Harvard University
* BYU swimming: Taylor leads Cougar hopefuls at U.S. Olympic Trials next week
* Arkansas woman dies in Oklahoma recreating Mormon trek
* Thousands Plan to Tour Philly’s Mormon Temple
6/22
* Church Adds New Mental Health Resources on LDS.org
* Defend Beliefs with Courtesy and Respect
* Church Releases Video in Conjunction with World Refugee Day
* Sister Reeves Teaches What It Means to “Be a Tutor”
* LDS family stars in new TLC show, stresses importance of faith
* Do you know of a Mormon Olympian or Paralympian competing in the 2016 Rio Games?
* ESPN NBA draft expert Chad Ford is also a BYU-Hawaii professor
* What family history treasures are in your shoebox?
* The man who turned down the NFL because of his religious beliefs
* Two Mormon missionaries living and volunteering their services wherever it is needed in Tucumcari
* Deseret Industries provides fresh start for items, people
6/21
* LDS Church releases new video of Elder Holland addressing depression
* Historic Freedmen's Bureau Project Completed
* LDS Teen Becomes First Scout to Earn All 142 Merit Badges and 20 Palms
* Church Video Shares the Heartbreaking and Inspiring Story of a Syrian Regugee
* LDS Student Designs the First Tool 3-D Printed by Astronauts in Space
* Churchill — yes, that Churchill — investigated Mormon missionaries to see if they were just shopping for wives
* BYU student delays baptism to honor Chinese law
6/19-6/20
* Manti Miracle Pageant celebrates 50 years
* It's World Refugee Day 2016—How Have You Helped?
* LDS mom shares how she started studying scripture daily and how she has kept the habit alive
* Music and the Spoken Word: Fathers always matter
* Taylor Halverson: How else might the Lord's name be taken in vain?
* Joseph Smith's growing understanding of families and heaven
* Elder Gerald E. Melchin dies at age 95
* Police investigate wild drug chase, shootout, crash in Taylorsville
* Daniel Summerhays’ Family: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know
* LDS World: How to enjoy the peace that 'passeth all understanding'
* Water main break forces closure of Draper LDS Ward House
* Mormon Mentions: Lindsey Stirling, David Archuleta, other LDS entertainers pay tribute to victims of shootings
6/17-6/18
* Sister Linda S. Reeves: 'Be a tutor'
* Elder Von G. Keetch: Defend beliefs with courtesy and respect
* Elder Peter F. Meurs: Finding Success in Living Gospel Principles
* New Presidents for Sapporo Japan Temple, Paris France Temple, and More
* Elder S. Mark Palmer: A life guided by others' service, examples
* Remake of 'Raiders' ingenious, remarkably well done
* LDS mom shares how she started studying scripture daily and how she has kept the habit alive
* New stake presidents
* 1849 Mormon gold $20 coin surfaces after half century in storage
* Provo residents rally against businessman's 'experimental village' vision
* BYU, Utah football programs both receive commitments from pairs of twins, plus Cougars get another
* Idaho entrepreneurs assist refugees in Jordan
* E. Boise church broken into, police send warning to residents
6/16
* President Monson's 'Scout duty' to be exemplified at future training center
* Ground Broken on Scouting Complex Named After President Monson
* Indonesia Eliminates Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus
* LDS Church offers to donate $3 million to support Fairpark stadium proposal
* Son writes Truman G. Madsen's biography as one final Father's Day tribute
* VIDEO: A Brief History of LDS Charities
* 2016 Seminaries and Institutes Annual Training Broadcast
* Violinist Jenny Oaks Baker shares about her new album 'Awakening,' rearing a musical family
* Defending the Faith: Joseph Smith or the sword?
* Utahn’s dream of an eco-friendly hamlet gleaned from Mormon founder’s plan for Zion is a nightmare for Provo neighbors
6/15
* Elder Andersen Travels throughout the Pacific, Meets Archbishop of Brisbane
* Church Issues Statement on Shootings in Florida
* How much do you know about Elder David A. Bednar?
* Groundbreaking set for national Scouting complex named after Mormon leader Monson
* Elder Ballard visits Baltic States and Ukraine
* Elder Renlund Welcomes Tonga’s Royalty to Reopening of Polynesian Cultural Center’s Tongan Village
* Tonga's king, queen 'reign' at reopening of PCC's Tongan Village
* 1 in 6 million: LDS newlyweds rely on faith as wife battles rare lung disease
* Teach the Doctrine: Discussion Is a Means, Not an End
* BYU football program scouring world for top LDS recruits
* 4 Mormon missionaries relocated after trying to baptize boys
* New “Give Back” Video Highlights Members’ Service in Community Devastated by Flooding
* Cop who ranted against LDS church on social media will keep job
6/14
* Romneys speak to single LDS adults about life's journeys, lessons learned
* Why the Mormon Church Benefits from Good US-China Ties
* Missionaries save women from duplex fire
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* Alex Boye appears on 'Hour of Power'
* Joseph Smith apparently was not Josephine Lyon's father, Mormon History Association speaker says
* 'Look for the one,' Elder Bednar teaches in Spain and Portugal
* Twila Van Leer: The family history 'miracle' found in an 1875 plumbing supply catalog
* Mormon church tries to influence Mexico
6/12-6/13
* LDS leaders mourn 'shocking' Orlando terror attack, pray for victims, law enforcement
* Why a Spiritual Sabbath Matters for Everyone
* In Oxford Speech, Elder Oaks Says Governments Should Secure Religious Freedom
* Do Mormons practice intercession for deceased loved ones? Anthropologist suggests they sometimes do
* King and queen of Tonga attend grand reopening of PCC's Tongan Village
* The Lord Can Heal the Broken Soul
* 50 historic photos to commemorate 50 years of the Mormon Miracle Pageant
* Music and the Spoken Word: Steady, reliable Old Faithful
* Area churches prepare for season of vacation Bible school
* Family History Library block party June 11
* 4 LDS Mexican missionaries detained after father said they tried to baptize kids without permission
* Elder Gerrit W. Gong: Like Frodo and Sam leaving the Hobbits' Shire, BYU-Hawaii grads face new adventures
* Mormon Mentions: Tabernacle Choir posts picture of Muhammad Ali; Al Fox Carraway welcomes son
* Jim Bennett: Remembering my father's theatrical side
* Mormon History Association betstows awards at annual conference
* New temple presidents
6/10-6/11
* Descendants, including General Authority, observe Brigham Young's birthday at his gravesite
* 'Look for the one,' Elder Bednar teaches in Spain and Portugal
* At Oxford, Elder Oaks says religion's value evident in refugee crisis
* Black Latter-day Saints featured on anniversary of priesthood announcement
* Plenty of places to visit outside of Temple Square
* 'Highest form of citizenship': LDS man receives Medal of Valor award from President Obama
* Brother Tad R. Callister: Sunday School 'discussion is a means, not an end'
* Andersons blankets comfort six grieving children
* New biography tells all about a forthright Mormon historian, Leonard Arrington, who told all
* Vietnam recognition is fulfillment of prophecy
* BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum returned from Mormon mission just one year ago this week
* BYU tennis: Matt Cowley named BYU men's tennis assistant coach
* Plaza garden tours to continue through September
6/9
* At House of Lords, Elder Oaks says world is far short of religious liberty for all
* Manti's Mormon Miracle Pageant hits 50-year mark
* Fire hits Tabunok urban poor community
* Civil Society: Faith in the Public Square
* Defending the Faith: Are you looking for a church with perfect leaders?
* Mormon History Association convenes this weekend at Snowbird
* Arkansas group hopes for burial of remains from Mountain Meadows Massacre in Utah
* Utah woman goes from addict to athlete by finding tranquility in running
6/8
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces Pioneer Day concert guest artists
* Elder Ballard sees potential for Church growth in Russia
* Mormon History Association convenes this weekend at Snowbird
* New Mormon Channel videos feature children explaining Bible stories in their own words
* What makes Provo unique? C-SPAN producers in town to find answers
* Utah man is fourth Navajo to sue Mormon church
6/7
* LDS official recalls Teton Dam flood
* Elder Don R. Clarke Teaches BYU–Idaho Students to Develop Celestial Habits
* Sen. Orrin Hatch To Represent LDS Faith At Muhammad Ali’s Interfaith Funeral
* 600 teens attend Mormon prom in Maryland
* Elder K. Brett Nattress: “Imperfect People Looking for Perfect Moments”
* Former Young Men General President Selected for Top Scouting Post
* California Pioneer History Day Honors Settlers
* Five brothers, five Eagle Scouts, one proud Fresno family
* Winery protests liquor laws by putting ‘Utah Doing as Bishop Commands’ on Zion Curtain
* Twila Van Leer: What I learned from Alex Haley
* What makes Provo unique? C-SPAN producers in town to find answers
* Kourtney Kardashian posts Instagram picture of BYU student's 'Little Mermaid' costume
* Fresh off an LDS mission, BYU's TJ Haws ready to follow in father's, brother's footsteps
6/5-6/6
* Elder Bednar addresses LDS graduates at U.S. Air Force Academy
* Elder Oaks makes surprise visit during Sister Oaks' keynote address at SVU
* Returned LDS missionary to compete in Miss World New Zealand pageant
* 40th anniversary of the collapse of the Teton Dam
* New Doctrinal Mastery program is replacing Scripture Mastery for seminary students
* LDS Storehouse to Donate 6 Pallets of Food to Summer of Sharing Food Drive
* 16 Hilariously Awful Mormon Pick-up Lines
* 7 Powerful Poems President Monson Shared in General Conference
6/3-6/4
* Elder Bednar Speaks at First U.S. Air Force Academy LDS Baccalaureate Service
* Defending the Faith: A practical way to remember the departed
* Witnesses testify against 2 accused of impersonating LDS Church officials
* Church updates Russian and Icelandic scriptures
* 12th annual Crystal Apple winners honored
* Brussels bombing victim now serving in the Ohio Kirtland Mission
* Terrorism didn't diminish Sister Fanny Clain's faith on Mormon missionary's long and winding road to Kirtland
* Elder Don R. Clarke teaches BYU-Idaho students to develop celestial habits
* From Spring City to St. George: 12 historic LDS sites for families to visit this summer
* How a Mormon at IHOP won the prestigious Secretary of the Army Award for Valor
* Son shares story of miraculous reunion with mother after 12 years of separation
* The works of God are manifest: LDS mother learns to recognize God's love as she raises 2 sons with special needs
* African American accesses ancestral records thanks to Freemen's Bureau initiative
* History Channel supports Freedmen's Bureau Project in commemoration of 'Roots' TV series
* Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley teaches institute crowd about gospel fundamentals, being a 'doer'
* New Doctrinal Mastery program is replacing Scripture Mastery for seminary students
* Newly restored Joseph Knight Sr. ancestral home open in New York
* California Pioneer History Day honors settlers
6/2
* Missing Mormon missionary found in Ogden
* First Tongan posted as LDS Mission President in Africa
* Civil Society: Engaging the Differences Among Us
* UTubers: David Archuleta performs at Chapman University
* Department of Public Safety to investigate sexual assault reporting at BYU
* Elder Massimo De Feo: “We Know We Are Not Alone”
* Conference Moment: Bring a Flag
* The Ultimate LDS Father’s Day Gift Guide
* Polygamous towns oppose bid to disband police department
* New Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Guatemala, Philippines, England, and More
* Readers Invited to Submit “Moments” Contributions
* Teaching Children How to Use Technology to Uplift Others
* Sister Neill F. Marriott and Her Daughters Speak during BYU Women’s Conference
6/1
* President Dieter F. Uchtdorf visits birth city, fellowships with European faithful
* Why Mormons Are So Happy
* How a Mormon at IHOP won the prestigious Secretary of the Army Award for Valor
* LDS Church says Navajo Nation court lacks jurisdiction in abuse lawsuit
* Mormon church hit with second lawsuit saying children abused
* 22 complaints filed under Utah's new LGBT discrimination law
* Church Announces Realignment of Mission Boundaries in Idaho
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in May 2016
* Picturing history: Nauvoo wagon ride
* Newlywed viral Star Wars couple: 'The Force is eternally strong with this family'
* Twila Van Leer: Photos enhance family history
* Letter from The Salt Lake Tribune’s new publisher
* Defeated in the U.S., LDS Church takes fight against same-sex marriage to Mexico
5/31
* How much do you know about President Henry B. Eyring?
* Elder Ballard speaks to Mormon Miracle Pageant cast members in Manti
* Brazil’s Rich History a Prelude to Future Growth
* Watch: Mormon missionaries rescue kitten from storm drain (+video)
* How a Partially-Deaf Mormon Became an Opera Star
* Death penalty appeal: Witnesses had to choose between testifying in favor of killer or obeying LDS Church
* Why Writing Your Final Testimony Is Important (& Not Morbid)
* A Heartwarming Story of President Monson's Mom & What It Teaches Us
5/29-5/30
* A Memorial Day tradition 70 years in the making
* Music and the Spoken Word: A silent hymn to the fallen
* 4 tips for sleuthing for your ancestors in cemeteries
* Remembering Elder L. Tom Perry 1 year after his death
* Church elder nominated for York flood award
* Viewpoint: Give Thanks to God
* 10 Rare Facts About the Prophet Joseph Smith
* With a little help from friends: South Plains Food Bank Kicks off Summer of Sharing on Memorial Day
* Kaur and Archuleta: A Sikh, a Mormon, and a dozen Interfaith University Graduates
* VIDEO: Reaching Out to Refugees—Invite Them to Dinner
* Reaching Outsiders Within, One by One
* Hruska's Kolaches: BYU alumni introduce Provo, Salt Lake City to family breakfast tradition
5/27-5/28
* Elder Holland in South America: Brazil's rich history a prelude to future growth
* Sister Neill F. Marriott and her daughters speak during BYU Women's Conference
* Leader Shares Seven Lessons on Seeking Revelation
* Elder Holland Tells National Scout Leaders Duty to God Is a Way of Life
* Mormon Temples Currently Under Construction
* Richard Norby released from hospital, returns home to Lehi, Utah
* Elder Massimo De Feo: 'We know we are not alone'
* Elder D. Todd Christofferson: 'Everyone has a stake in religious freedom'
* Readers invited to submit 'Moments' contributions
* BYU's Ty Detmer discusses prayer, conversion, overcoming obstacles at Sandy Institute forum
* New mission presidents
* Mission boundary realignments in Idaho
* First-edition Book of Mormon to be part of Library of Congress' 'America Reads' exhibit
* New temple presidents
* Conference moment: Bring a flag
* Pulling weeds and watering flowers: Teaching children how to use technology to uplift others
* BYU students take their artistic, athletic talents on the road
* LDS stake honors six teachers
* Provo woman leads charge to restore town’s long forgotten Easter cross
5/26
* 'An answer to many prayers': Hong Kong China Temple reaches 20-year milestone
* Defending the Faith: Book of Mormon origins and the historical record
* Laie Temple Visitors' Center experiences increase of more than 100 visitors per day
* Elder Joaquin E. Costa: The Lord Knows the Details of Your Life
* Seeking Guidance from the Spirit Includes Action, Speaker Says
* Part 3: “Come Now, and Let Us Reason Together”
* Civil Society: The Art of Human Connection
* Church Recognized at California Mormon History Day
* Sherry Young: The trip of a lifetime to the Holy Land
* Man arrested after vandalism of Layton LDS church building
* Watch: Elizabeth Smart discusses BYU Honor Code, sexual assault on ‘Crime Watch Daily’
* Defining what ‘rape culture’ means, and doesn’t mean, at Mormon-owned BYU and beyond
5/25
* Laie Temple Visitors' Center experiences increase of more than 100 visitors per day
* HISTORY® Partners With FamilySearch on Freedmen's Bureau Project
* Choices Define Us, Elizabeth Smart Tells BYU–Hawaii Community
* Playwright, film producer strive to teach truth through storytelling
* New 2016 Mission Presidents Called to India, Jamaica, Nigeria
* Idaho man sues university over hostility toward his Mormon faith
* Mormons, Evangelicals, and the Trinity
* New Harmony: The haunting saga of a Latter-day refugee
* LDS Church silence on liquor licenses does not equal approval, DABC commissioner says
* Utah doctor convicted in wife's death appeals sex-abuse case
* Man arrested on suspicion of vandalizing LDS church in Layton
* Mormon father accuses Cabarrus schools of religious harassment of autistic son
* Rainbow Mormon Initiative
5/24
* Leader Encourages Women to “Speak Up and Speak Out”
* When lightning strikes, an Angel Moroni statue does what he's built to do
* LDS missionary who returned home early shares experience in Mormon Channel video
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir 2016 European Tour
* 2016 Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square Pioneer Day Concert
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Announces Changes to 2016 Summer Schedule
* Video captures Angel Moroni atop LDS temple being struck by lightning
5/22-5/23
* Missionary Dress Guidelines Revised to Help Prevent Mosquito-Borne Diseases
* President Dieter F. Uchtdorf Visits Childhood Home in Czech Republic
* Mormon Mentions: Lindsey Stirling records with Celine Deon; Alex Boye song hits No. 2 on Billboard chart
* Music and the Spoken Word: Of happiness and complaints
* Elder Valeri Vladimir Cordón: Gospel Foundation Served Him Well
* Family History Moment: Each Is a “Real Person”
* BYU Exhibition Celebrates Centuries of Christ-Themed Art
* Kirby: Thus saith the Lord, go and get yourself some cheap sunglasses
* BYU History Professor Keynotes Golden Spike Commemoration
* Religious freedom is good for business, Elder Christofferson says, so all have a stake in it
* Gospel seeds: On scenic temple grounds, missionaries are finding and referring visitors
* Local Teachers honored by Latter-day Saints for excellence
* Latter Day Saints says no to child marriages
* Learning about the Mormon pioneers' experiences on a trek in north Texas
* A family's faith and a mother's legacy shines through The Emily Effect
5/20-5/21
* Sister Melinda Ashton, wife of Sunday School general presidency member, speaks at BYU Women's Conference
* Sister Neill F. Marriott: 'Come now, and let us reason together'
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | May 19, 2016
* LDS Church condemns sexual assault as BYU announces committee on campus response to student cases
* What keeps believers from talking about faith in public?
* Elder Joaquin Esteban Costa: 'The Lord knows the details of your life'
* Throwback Thursday: 6 lies early returned missionaries tell themselves
* Slain worker's truck found as police probe kidnapping link
* LDS Church condemns sexual assault; BYU student response council announced
* Mental Health First Aid helps people recognize signs of mental health crises and how to help
* Expect a summer surge of missionaries
* Family History Moment: Each Is a “Real Person”
* Reservations Required for Mormon Temple Open House
5/18-5/19
* 'Family is everything': Polynesian Cultural Center conveys importance of heritage, service and feeling of family
* Bishop Caussé Shares 5 “Time” Principles with BYU–Idaho Students
* VIDEO: Reaching Out to Refugees—Be a Sincere Friend
* Defending the Faith: 'Sweet are the uses of adversity'?
* Updated LDS missionary dress and grooming guidelines allow for sunglasses
* New 2016 Mission Presidents Called to Brazil, Argentina, Other Missions
* New 2016 Temple Presidents Called for Temples in Manhatten, Dallas, Seattle, and More
* Orchestra and Chorale Performs Utah Premier of “The Prodigal”
* Transgender Utah man lives life for a year as a woman
* Utahns Protest; LDS Church Issues Statement on Transgender Directive
5/17
* President Uchtdorf creates first stake in Czech Republic
* Mormon church weighs in on Obama’s transgender guidance, says ‘people of goodwill’ can reach solution
* Reservations open Monday to tour new Philly Mormon temple
* LDS teen, future U. gymnast prepares for Rio Olympic trials
* Catholics and Mormons United on These Issues that are "Good for America
* Another possible benefit of going to church: A 33 percent chance of living longer
* Uncle, nephew launch necktie company geared toward returned LDS missionaries
* 22 complaints filed under Utah’s new Mormon-backed LGBT anti-discrimination law
5/16
* 2016 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Bolivia, Australia, Mexico
* Sister Stephens Outlines Three Markers That Lead to Safety
* Temple Moment: 1,900 Miles to the Temple
* Counseling Is an Eternal Skill Set, Teaches BYU President Worthen
* Elizabeth Smart: My Captivity Was the Hardest But Most Spiritual Time of My Life
* Video: President Uchtdorf Shares Message from Paris Temple Site
5/14-5/15
* Church Invites Members to Share How They Honor #HisDay
* 9 Grand Encampment events to commemorate Mormon pioneers near Winter Quarters July 7-10
* LDS Church History Museum hosts ‘Freetown’ filmmakers May 19
* The First Vision
* Viewpoint: Apply Apostle Paul’s Counsel to Become “Living Sacrifice”
* David Archuleta, Paul Cardall perform at humanitarian concert in Slovenia
* 9 Grand Encampment events to commemorate Mormon pioneers near Winter Quarters July 7-10
* Ex-US Sen. Bob Bennett laid to rest in Salt Lake City
* Dick Harmon: Ty Detmer, the son, opens up one more family chapter taking BYU coaching gig
* Statistics show BYU's Honor Code protects students, but can learning from others make it better?
5/12-5/13
* Latest Joseph Smith Papers release covers Zion's Camp, other events of 1834-35
* David Archuleta, Paul Cardall to perform humanitarian concerts in the Adriatic North Mission
* BYU history professor keynotes Golden Spike commemoration
* BYU exhibition celebrates centuries of Christ-themed art
* Erroneous reports tie LDS Church to Panama Papers
* Sister Carole M. Stephens speaks to BYU Women's Conference attendees
* BYU president Kevin J Worthen speaks at BYU's Women's Conference on giving and receiving counsel
* The Orchestra at Temple Square and the Temple Square Choral premiere 'The Prodigal'
* Elder Valeri Vladimir Cordón: A strong gospel foundation
* New stake presidents
* New mission presidents
* New temple presidents
* Debunking Disneyland myths: Is Brigham Young's hearse parked outside the Haunted Mansion?
* Report: Fewer sex assaults reported at BYU than many schools
* Sword-swallowing former Mormon tells of her road to sideshow stardom
5/11
* LDS Women Share Unity during 2016 BYU Women’s Conference
* Elder Haleck and BYU Performers Meet with U.S. Ambassador in New Zealand
* Elder Weatherford T. Clayton: Loving the Lord and His People
* New Neal A. Maxwell Institute executive director named
* Man prompted by ‘the spirit’ steals LDS missionary gas card, buys gas for 6 strangers
* Viewpoint: Apply Apostle Paul's Counsel to Become “Living Sacrifice”
* Missionary Moment: “They Were Still My Brethren in the Lord”
* LDS woman rediscovers power of faith, hope after miscarriages
* Three BYU Teams Compete for and Lose National Titles on Same Day
* Family History Moment: Found in an Oven behind a Wall
* BYU tennis: experienced roster produces successful season for BYU men's tennis
* YouTube star Alex Boye surprises mother battling cancer
* ‘Neon Mom’ Responds To Tyler Glenn’s LDS Church-Bashing Music Video
* 90 years of playing the piano: One woman's bond with music
* Peruvian native, composer shares story of hope in 'The Prodigal Son' musical May 12-14
5/10
* Members Rejoice at April 2016 Announcement of New Temples
* New Temple Presidents Called for Star Valley, Hartford, London, and other Temples
* New Volume of ‘The Joseph Smith Papers’ Released by Church
* From Kirtland to Missouri: 5 interesting notes from 'Joseph Smith Papers: Documents, Vol. 4'
* Michael Otterson, retiring managing director of LDS Public Affairs, called to serve as president of the London England Temple
* Construction 'officially' begins for new BYU Engineering Building
* Trekking Part 1: Learn How to Plan and Be Safe on Pioneer Treks This Summer
* Trekking Part 2: Find Pioneer Trek Stories Online
* Trekking Part 3: Learn about Church Historic Sites on LDS.org
* Twila Van Leer: The buddy system works for indexers
* Erin Stewart: Are your kids addicted to their phones?
* 16 New Mission Presidents to Begin Serving in July 2016
* BYU teams compete for three national titles
* Historian Ronald Walker, who wrote with candor and grace about Mountain Meadows and other Mormon moments, dies
* Psychologist warns about top 10 mistakes to ruin an LDS mission
* Mormons and Creedal Christians: Common Ground?
* Mormon Sam Perrett denied request to follow Will Hopoate and take Sundays off
5/8-5/9
* KSL LDS Church updates
* LDS Charities Releases New Video: Help Make a Mother’s Day Beautiful
* Archbishop Kurtz: Mormons and Catholics "Stand Together" on Key Issues
* Michael Otterson, former managing director of LDS Public Affairs, called to serve as president of the London England Temple
* '#HisDay' initiative encourages all to strengthen their faith
* Freedmen’s Bureau Project Sponsoring “Index-a-thon” May 7
* Brigham Young Historic Park Hosts 2016 Summer Concert Series
* 2016 Broadcast for Seminary and Institute Teachers
* LDS World: Greatest generations require great mothers
* Fulfilling a mission: Guadalupe School marks 50 years of transforming lives
* LDS missionary lives with mom's liver
* A foreshadowing of women and children's role in Utah's legacy and future
* LDS Church announces reorganization of Kingsport Tennessee Stake
* Mothers, a midwife and boxing lessons: LDS Church leaders share memories about their mothers, wives
* Music and the Spoken Word: Somebody's mother
* From LDS Mission to Chart Topping I'm Not A Rapper: JamesTheMormon Beats All Odds
* Fan interference call comes at a bad time for Cougars in men's NCAA championship
5/6-5/7
* 'These are all my sisters' — LDS women share unity during BYU Women's Conference
* LDS leaders pay tribute to mothers from the pulpit
* Mothers, a midwife and boxing lessons: LDS Church leaders share memories about their mothers, wives
* Members rejoice at announcement of new temples
* Elder Weatherford T. Clayton: Loving the Lord and His people
* From bell-ringers to blessing providers: The changing role of Sunday School presidencies
* Sen. Hatch meets with Prime Minister Netanyahu during Israel trip
* Elder Haleck and ‘BYU Living Legends’ meet with U.S. ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa
* Church marks National Child Abuse Prevention Month
* UTubers: Teenage singer Lexi Walker performs ‘Let It Go’ in China
* New mission presidents
* BYU-Idaho reaches largest spring semester enrollment
5/5
* Catholics, LDS stand together on issues 'good for America,' archbishop says
* Losing Everything Twice: President Uchtdorf’s Refugee Experience
* Robert F. Bennett, former three-term U.S. senator from Utah, dies at age 82
* Many of America's poorest communities dig deepest for charity
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites May 4, 2016
* Hundreds Gather at First Canadian Black History Summit
* Tapping into the power of prayer: LDS Church leaders share principles of prayer
* LDS general conference, Disneyland and Chelsie Hightower: The most-read stories of April 2016
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in April 2016
* The Clean Cut: The Piano Guys take on ‘The Jungle Book’ at Chichén Itzá
* Youths from ‘Mormon Helping Hands’ program clean up Pocatello cemetery
* When Jesus purged the temple at Jerusalem
* BYU men's volleyball: Cougars to face familiar foe in NCAA semifinal
5/4
* Miracles by the Bagful: Welcome Kits Donated to Refugee Camps in Germany
* Religious freedom deteriorating around the world
* New mission presidents called to Argentina, Mongolia, other missions
* Why We Need to Talk About Faith, Reasonably
* Do Smart Things with Your Smartphone
* Oldest member of Madison Company DUP nearing 100
* DPA Microphones Give Voice To New Exhibit At LDS Church History Museum
* Building history a mystery
5/3
* LDS Church member appointed to US Commission on International Religious Freedom
* Elder Maynes Shares Insights of Church Restoration at Worldwide Broadcast
* LDS leader speaks to young adults about different accounts of church founder's First Vision
* Erin Stewart: Putting the family council to work
* Why We Need to Talk About Faith, Reasonably
* Twila Van Leer: Look before jumping into family history projects
* LDS violinist Jenny Oaks Baker releases cover of ‘Nearer, My God, to Thee’
* New effort aims to promote 'teaching in the Savior's way'
* Public To Get Rare Look Inside New Mormon Temple In Philadelphia
* East Hartford Man Named President Of Connecticut's First Mormon Temple In Farmington
* Rep. Bishop’s longtime top aide departs to take post with Mormon church
* Former BYU running back Luke Staley paying a painful price for gridiron glory
5/1-5/2
* Elder and Sister Renlund Discuss Charity at BYU Women’s Conference
* Sister Linda K. Burton Speaks at BYU Women’s Conference of the “Two Great Commandments”
* Thousands Gather for 40th Annual BYU Women’s Conference
* Primary general presidency makes public speaking debut at BYU Women's Conference
* California Stake Joins Other Faiths for a “Tender Hearts for Babies” Workday
* Poetry, Paintings, and Essays: LDS Women in Art and Culture
* Many foretold Restoration, Elder Maynes tells young adults
* First California Pioneer History Day set for May 21
* Music and the Spoken Word: The time to prepare
* Would BYU honor code be better with an amnesty clause like Southern Virginia's?
* Former BYU, non-Mormon professor writes 'in defense' of school's honor code
* Mormon Mentions: Balloon release honors missionary who died; boy with cerebral palsy speaks in church with the help of technology
* Mormon leader: Differing versions of Joseph Smith’s ‘First Vision’ make it the ‘best-documented in history’
* A year after his death, Austen Russell is celebrated by his family — PHOTOS
* LDS Church Allocates Resources for Child Abuse Victims
* LDS Institute leads donation drive for people of Ecuador
4/29-4/30
* LDS First Presidency announces changes to area leadership assignments
* LDS missionary Mason Wells returns home 37 days after Brussels bombing
* “Knowledge vs. Wisdom”: Elder Robbins Speaks on Developing a Christlike Character
* Church Marks National Child Abuse Prevention Month
* Church-Service Missionaries: 'If Ye Have Desires to Serve God Ye Are Called to the Work'
* Scam targets families of LDS missionaries
* Church-Service Missionaries: 'If Ye Have Desires to Serve God Ye Are Called to the Work'
* 'They were still my brethren in the Lord': Missionary and investigator reunited after 36 years
* Church News viewpoint: Refugees among us
* LDS Church outlines how it prevents child sexual abuse, makes donation
* Fortune reports: BYU's cybersecurity team makes up more than half of women represented at championship
* King of Mormon folklore, Bert Wilson, a legend in his own right, dies, but all those tales live on
* Faith and fame: Former 'Dancing With the Stars' pro Chelsie Hightower shares her story
* LDS group performs music of the Andes to 'soar with the condor'
* Forget-Me-Not: BYU–Idaho Presents Fashion and Floral Gala
* Service: Finding the Real Joy of Living
* Niumatalolo and Navy make another trip to the White House
* County employees, LDS missionaries step up for Day of Service
4/28
* BYU will buy Provo High School for $25M, expand west across University Avenue
* New poll finds Americans less likely to keep Sabbath than in 1978, but majority still say it's important to society
* Should your boss know that you keep the Sabbath?
* Latter-day Saints organize Portuguese language congregation in Central Falls
* Sixteen New Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Philippines, Zambia, and Other Areas
* Elder William Mark Bassett: “Little Experiences” Built a Foundation of Faith
* Teaching Kids about Refugees: “Every One of Us Is a Child of God”
* BYU football unveils revamped fireside schedule
* Mormon rapper’s album hits top 3 on iTunes hip-hop charts
* Online George Q. Cannon Journals: A Rich Source of Church History
* Teaching Youth: A Concern and a Solution
* Don't use tape, glue to preserve documents, books, specialists say
* Defending the Faith: Taking a 'Leap of Faith' in Bennett's book on the origins of the Book of Mormon
* LDS Institute seeks earthquake-relief donations
* Latter-day Saints organize Portuguese language congregation in Central Falls
* Mormon rapper’s album hits top 3 on iTunes hip-hop charts
* University of Utah removes references to anti-LGBT groups from bio of honorary degree recipient
4/27
* Richard E. Turley Jr. to Lead Church Public Affairs
* Update: Information in Aftermath of Earthquakes in Ecuador and Japan
* What's new: 'Temples: Sacred Symbolism, Eternal Blessings' by David J. Ridges
* Simplicity and splendor, a marriage made in heaven
* Upland California Stake joins other faiths for a 'Tender Hearts for Babies' workday
* Standing for truth in the last days
* LDS women in art and culture
* How These Mormon Women Became Some of the Best Cybersecurity Hackers in the U.S.
* Picturing history: Sutter's Mill, Coloma, California
4/26
* Construction Milestone Reached for Star Valley Wyoming Temple
* Elder Ronald A. Rasband Counsels, Encourages Saints in Tampico, Mexico
* Select BYU Women's Conference Talks to Be Streamed Live
* Former Mormon missionary looks for positive since Belgian blast
* Funeral set for Elder David Hampton, Mormon missionary who died in Taiwan bike accident
* 'Lady missionaries'
* Following Will Hopoate's lead, returned LDS missionary transfers rugby teams to avoid Sunday games
* Tips for preserving valuable family history collections, items
* Odd baby names show Mormons are unique . . . just like everybody else
* Helping out at Lemoore Senior Center
4/24-4/25
* Power of one: BYU grad hopes to help solve big problem in refugee camps
* BYU Ballroom Dance Company Performs “Swing ‘n’ Sway” Showcase
* Choose the Right for Spiritual Growth
* The Clean Cut: 4-year-old Trick Shot Titus performs soccer stunts
* Name of second LDS temple in Lima, Peru, announced; Alex Boye welcomes newborn son
* LDS community mourning deaths in Ecuador as aftershocks continue there, in Japan
* 3-term US senator joins LDS Church
* 3 new Mormon missionaries are working in the community
* Prominent LDS Family Saves Tribune from Certain Death; Trib Immediately Denounces LDS Influence in Local Politics
* Missionaries making stops in Miss-Lou
4/22-4/23
* Earthquake in Ecuador Triggers Large-Scale Humanitarian Action
* Elder Maynes to address young adults in Worldwide Devotional
* LDS death count in Ecuador reaches 11 as aftershocks continue there, in Japan
* New Area Seventies Called during April 2016 General Conference
* New Temple Presidents and Matrons Assigned to Nashville and Fort Collins Temples
* New 2016 Mission Presidents Called to Areas Including Uruguay, Canada, and Chile
* Elder Clayton tells BYU graduates to get and stay connected
* New mission presidents
* Select BYU Women's Conference talks to be streamed live
* General youth leaders address a concern and discuss a solution
* Missionary Moment: The Wrong Call Was the Right Call
* LDS general authority to speak at Sons of the Utah Pioneers fireside
* UVU basketball: Utah Valley men's basketball signs Stutzman to NLI
* What a family history trip and cattle teach about connections
* Woman at center of BYU Honor Code controversy files complaint against Title IX office
* Police make arrests in Gilbert LDS church parking lot shooting
4/21
* 'The Worldwide Church' explores international nature of LDS Church
* Spiritual Preparation Foundational for Young Women Youth Leaders
* 2 weeks after returning from LDS mission, young woman crowned Days of ’47 queen
* Understanding Passover: Y. professors, others share history, lessons about the holiday
* Defending the Faith: Sharing the gospel in an 'argument culture'
* LDS Church Releases Journal of 19th-Century Mormon Leader George Q. Cannon
* Fifth-Year Math Professor Awarded LDS Institute’s Excellence in Education
* Ty Detmer throws a pass; Tanner Mangum discusses LDS mission, family, BYU football
4/20
* Elder Norby’s family speaks for first time about his recovery after Brussels attack
* Richard Norby remains positive despite burns over 35 percent of his body, lasting effects of Brussels bombs
* Sister Clain released from hospital, Wells has skin graft surgery, Norby family to hold news conference
* Former General Primary Presidency Leaders Honored for Scout Service
* Will the Mormon Church Take Over The Salt Lake Tribune, Silencing an Independent Voice?
* Pro ball or mission? LDS baseball players, BYU commits have a choice to make
* Utah leaders officially declare pornography a public health crisis
* Mormon Channel Instagram post brings single mother, BYU student together
* Lindsey Stirling announces summer tour, upcoming album in music video
* New Mission Presidents Called to Areas Including Peru, Uganda, and Mexico
* Protest of BYU planned in wake of Honor Code criticisms
* Teen shot at LDS church parking lot in Gilbert
4/19
* Massive, Deadly Quake Hits Ecuador
* Australian media reports millionaire Mormon's decision to leave work to become LDS general authority
* Meet two World World II heroes bound by loyalty and a barber's chair
* Finding strength in ancestors' experiences
* BYU: School looking at ‘changes’ after Honor Code criticized for investigating sexual assaults
* Mormon leader Brigham Young’s personal revolver up for bid
* Hailey Devine awakes to surprise video from her husband on 4th wedding anniversary
* Professor suggests Mormon 'social norms' may help rejuvenate America's middle class
* Days of '47 queen, court crowned
* Sitake to continue fireside tradition at BYU — but in the spring, not night before games
4/17-4/18
* All LDS missionaries safe after Ecuador quake
* All Mormon missionaries safe after Ecuador quake, LDS leaders still assessing other impact
* Presiding Bishop Caussé Dedicates the Palmyra Bishops’ Storehouse
* Senior-most LDS missionary injured in Brussels blast returns to Utah
* A Mormon migration
* Twin Falls Mormon Women Embrace Call to Welcome, Help Refugees
* U. instructor honored by LDS Institute students
* Think Mormon offshoots have the most polygamists in U.S.? Think again
* Music and the Spoken Word: Weather the storms
* Top 4 Countries in the World with the Most Mormons
* 567 degrees awarded in LDS Business College graduation
* Student demanding Honor Code change from BYU says response has been overwhelming, empowering
* Author of ‘Letter to a CES Director’ out of LDS Church after disciplinary council
4/15-4/16
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites
* Church members sustain 62 new Area Seventies
* Download April 2016 General Authorities Chart
* Primary leaders honored for Scout service
* Missionaries Injured in Belgium Explosions Continue to Recover
* BYU grad's nonprofit organization makes helping refugees easier
* Returned missionary named Ms. Virginia, champions modesty
* Deaths
* Elder Russell Carl Taylor dies at age 90
* New stake presidents
* 'A Mighty Change in Your Hearts': Church History Museum launches online art exhibit
* Infant son gives LDS mom diagnosed with brain cancer 'a reason to fight'
* More Mormon millennials are delaying marriage, leaving their faith
* Journal Released of 19th-Century Mormon Leader George Q. Cannon
* Alex Boye releases 'Jungle Book' mashup to support people with special needs
* Mormon Mentions: Jimmer posts picture with Kobe; President Monson reflects on first talk; Marie Osmond releases album
* 'Swing 'n' Sway' a BYU Ballroom Dance Company showcase
4/14
* Get to Know New General Authority Seventies Sustained in April 2016 Conference
* 'All because of a testimony': Giovanna Raccosta Nezhati shares faith, service on 'Meet the Mormons' special
* In Mormon Channel interview, Thurl Bailey talks about playing for Utah Jazz, conversion to LDS Church
* Mormon missionary defies all odds, survives 3 separate terror attacks
* Defending the Faith: 'Out of small things'
* Millenial Mormons leaving faith at higher rate than previous generations
* When the Mormon Jesus Was Married
* BYU men's volleyball: Durkin sets the table for Cougars' success
* Colt Revolver Reportedly Owned by Brigham Young Going Up for Auction
4/13
* Boundary Maintenance in Mormonism Addressed by Church Public Affairs Head
* More expansive boundaries, not 'bubbles,' for LDS Church, Otterson says
* Mormon church’s PR boss discusses LDS history & LGBT, race, women’s issues
* Highly religious people are happier, study finds
* David Archuleta tells Time Out for Women attendees what makes women beautiful
* BYU Cougarettes win 16th national championship title
* Marie Osmond releases music video for new song, 'Music Is Medicine'
* BYU students say victims of sexual assault are targeted by Honor Code
* Doug Robinson: How a BYU professor used math to help him qualify for U.S. Olympic marathon team
4/12
* Redesigned general conference section of lds.org offers new search options, study tools
* Erin Stewart: The power of a good dad makes all the difference
* At UVU, Times columnist Ross Douthat says future of religious liberty similar to 19th-century Mormon experience
* Religious marathoner shares his simple path to the Olympics
* UTubers: LDS violinist Rob Landes releases cover of Lukas Graham's '7 Years'
* Do Mormons Really Have More Than One Wife?
4/10-4/11 * Ground Broken for Durban South Africa Temple
* UVU to host conference on Mormon boundaries with Michael Otterson, Ross Douthat
* Viewpoint: Reach Out in Unity and Love
* LDS actress portrays Amish woman in 'Love Finds You in Charm'
* Temple Square Chorale, Orchestra at Temple Square Spring Concert tickets available Tuesday
* Utah AMAR supporters seek to help refugees
* Mostly black Mormon choir lengthens its stride, its reach and its voice
4/9
* President Uchtdorf, German ambassador discuss needs of refugees at BYU
* Church pulpit set on fire in Vancouver church
* Elder Norby battling infection, progressing slowly from Brussels bombing injuries
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir director to lead concert in Lafayette
* After 37 Years, Bell’s Family Books is Closing its Doors
* UTubers: David Archuleta performs with ‘American Idol’ contestants during finale
* Mormon Mentions: LDS Olympian sealed in temple; Elder Stevenson makes Twitter debut; Tanner Mangum shares conference thoughts
* Mormon fasting is a chance to “sit with discomfort"
* Mormon utopia in Vermont stirs worry
4/8
* Meet the Church's new General Authorities
* Find Talks More Easily with Redesigned Conference Pages on LDS.org
* Surviving missionaries celebrate the 70th anniversary of reopened French Mission
* Family History Moment: Pioneer Prayer Answered
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in March 2016
* LDS woman returns to conquer cliff that left her paralyzed
* UTubers: BYU Vocal Point celebrates 25th anniversary with music video that combines over 25 songs
* Construction of new Deseret Industries to begin this summer
* What Has David Archuleta Been Up To Since American Idol?
* Family History Moment: Pioneer Prayer Answered
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Unexpected blessings in a bookstore
* Elder L. Whitney Clayton to speak at BYU's April Commencement Exercises
* Movie Review: “Saturday’s Warrior” is LDS comfort food
4/7
* Injured LDS missionary released from hospital
* Angel Moroni statue to be placed atop Star Valley Wyoming Temple on April 25
* Text of LDS general conference talks now available on lds.org
* New York collector of antique maps claims to have original plat of Salt Lake City
* UTubers: Student writes song about stereotypes surrounding BYU's dating scene
* 2 teens vandalize Oregon LDS church, police say
* How Belgian Mormons rallied together in the minutes, hours and days after the Brussels bombings
* Bulldogs’ Will Hopoate has no regrets about decision to put his faith before football
* Do Mormons Really Vote More Biblically Than Self-Described Evangelicals?
* Mormon Church Responds to Refugee Crisis (and it’s Remarkable!)
* Mormon Dems show pride in being both
4/6
* LDS general authorities reflect on conference through social media posts
* The Ensign Home Page: A Resource to Simplify Your Life
* LDS general authorities reflect on conference through social media posts
* Zimbabwean general authority, future mission president in Peru and others share reaction, thoughts on temple announcements
* Lindsey Stirling discusses mental health and her journey to find happiness
* BYU graduation speaker will be Elder L. Whitney Clayton, senior president of Seventy
* Videos highlight LDS temple groundbreakings, cultural celebrations, dedications and announcements
* Today in History: April 6
* It's a school of hard knocks as sisters spread the word about Jesus
* Keeping the Faith: The Book of Mormon
4/5
* Choir's Messiah Performance Highlights Easter Weekend
* New Mission Presidents Called to Areas Including Russia, Uganda, and Mexico
* Discover and Do the Lord's Will, Seventy Tells Students
* Mormon volunteers channel aid to refugees near ISIS war zone and on resettlement frontlines
* Zimbabwean general authority, future mission president in Peru and others share reaction, thoughts on temple announcements
* BYU sees dramatic jump in number of returned missionaries
* LDS Church has rich history in cities of newly announced temples
* I Was A Stranger: Here is how this new campaign is helping the refugees settle
* Three Hillsboro churches vandalized in ten days
* Media gadgets for awareness programs
* Are Mormons Voting More Biblically Than Evangelicals?
* Vermont Residents Decry Complex Based on Joseph Smith’s Plan
4/3-4/4
* Four New Temples Announced by President Monson
* Mormon Temples Currently Under Construction
* 186th Annual General Conference talk summaries and photos
* Top photos from the 186th Annual General Conference of the LDS Church
* The World Report videos
* 2015 Statistical Report for April 2016 General Conference
* LDS women help Utah Refugee Center serve those in need
* LDS leaders speak at UN, Claremont Graduate School conference
* 180 years ago today in the Kirtland Temple, visits by Jesus Christ, Moses, Elijah and Elias
* LDS Church announces 11 new general authorities, other leadership changes
* Nonprofits inundated after LDS Church urges women to serve refugees
* Infection slows Sister Clain's recovery from Brussels bombing, but she is determined to finish her LDS mission
* LDS Church now has 15.6 million members, 74,000 missionaries, church announces
4/1-4/2
* Mormon missionary surge ends, but numbers will grow again gradually, church says
* Elder Nielson Provides Church Missionary Update After Surge
* Provo City Center Temple Dedicatory Prayer
* Empey, Wells healing quickly, but recovery will take months, doctors say
* Elder Choi advises BYU-Hawaii students to find and do God's will
* Elder Rasband visits LDS Church members in West Africa
* Choir's 'Messiah' performance highlights Easter weekend
* Early Relief Society Women Felt a Connection with the Priesthood, Speaker Says
* New Guide Helps Wards, Stakes Prepare for Emergencies
* Faith, Unity Advocated by Archbishop Charles Chaput in BYU Address
* Interfaith Musical Tribute Held in Salt Lake Tabernacle: “Voices of Faith: Sacred Prayers and Traditions”
* Invading the World with Light and Love
* BYU–Idaho Choirs and Orchestra Perform “The Redeemer” Oratorio
* Defending the Faith: Editing out the 'bad grammar' in the Book of Mormon
* UTubers: New time-lapse video captures 19 months of construction on the Provo City Center Temple
* The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Hits No. 1 . . . and No. 2 on Billboard Chart, Again
* Inspired by the Osmond family, LDS grandmother swims 250 miles to support deaf children
* New Scott Sterling sketch from ‘Studio C’ making national, international headlines
* New mission presidents
* 'Duty to God' remains essential to Scouting

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