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MormonHaven News Archives
(Note: Some of the older news links may have expired)

3/22
* Members Assemble 250 Hygiene Kits for Local Refugee Families in Denver
* Young Men Leaders Share 3 Ways to Influence Youth
* LDS members assist in returning lost WWII flag to family of fallen Japanese soldier
* Cambodia halts Utah company's export of human breast milk
* New Mormon Missionaries come to Madison
* Shedding some light on MormonLeaks
* Wounds still healing, LDS missionaries share lessons a year after Brussels bombing
3/21
* 'We're not pulling back' from helping refugees, LDS leader says as First Presidency increases budget
* Interfaith Musical Event Held at Historic Tabernacle on Temple Square
* New President of LDS Business College Plans to “Go Forth with Faith”
* NY Times highlights LDS bride who planned wedding in 5 days
* Despite tragedy, LDS family from Taiwan finds comfort in fellowship of Japanese members
* Road Home owner plans for larger role in overseeing service providers
* BYU law professor teaches as Scholar in Residence at USC
3/19-3/20
* 175 years of 'Something Extraordinary': Deseret News celebrates the anniversary of the Relief Society
* Discover If Your Ancestors Were Part of Early Relief Society Organization
* Updated Purpose Statement Clarifies Work of Relief Society, Says Presidency
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites March 17, 2017
* LDS missionary, future Gonzaga basketball player highlighted by Spokane TV station
* Groups ask Trump administration to investigate LDS Church
* Essential Reason Porn Is Wrong: It Objectifies Humans, Says Speaker
* 2 Utah teens look to battle rounds on NBC's 'The Voice'
* 'Modifying Reality' showcases talent of BYU Center for Animation
* The religion of the biblical patriarchs — and it doesn't appear to be Judaism
3/17-3/18
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson asks 'How Mormon are you?'
* Elder David A. Bednar: 'We are so much thankful'
* Build on Foundation of Christ to Resist Sin, Seventy Teaches
* Relief Society general presidency: What women should know about the updated purposes
* Remarkable lives of 'everyday' Relief Society sisters coming to light as LDS organization turns 175
* Heeding a call to serve refugees: 'I Was a Stranger' effort unites community
* One Utah couple's response to their son coming out as gay shown in new Mormon Channel video
* BYU exhibition examines and celebrates life's emotions
* Members help the world remember 'the Prince of Peace'
* New mission presidents
* Young Men: 'Be With Them'
* A new president for LDSBC
* LDS women promote maternal feminism at United Nations
* Gonzaga player from Utah chooses LDS mission, misses team’s NCAA Tournament run
3/16
* Virtual Scriptures Group creates interactive map of Book of Mormon
* LDS Church says missionary who grabbed assailant's gun acted to protect his life, companion
* LDS teen's blind audition turns 3 chairs on NBC's 'The Voice'
* Remembering an interview — Florence Smith Jacobsen, granddaughter of two LDS Church presidents
* Defending the Faith: Intelligent design vs. 'God of the gaps'
* City Creek Center visionaries and developers deserve a round of applause
* 2 Important Ways Scouting Prepares Young Men for Missions
3/15
* Elder David A. Bednar: 'The Divinely Designed Pattern of Marriage'
* Celebrate Easter with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra This April
* Elder Renlund Visits Pacific Area, Walks in President Monson’s Ministerial Footsteps
* New Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Ecuador, Guatemala, Ukraine, and More
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir to debut new Mack Wilberg work, ‘A Cloud of Witnesses’
* Coat Drive Ensured Refugees Had a Warm Welcome
* BYU Engineers Design “Origami” Shield to Protect Police
* Joseph Smith's conflicts with media vital to backstory of the Articles of Faith
* Glenn Beck’s mea culpa tour continues—this time in the Washington Post
* Meet a 15-year-old genealogist who has helped find hundreds of ancestors' names
* LDS Church missionary fights back after attack in Brazil
* Over 5 years, City Creek has helped Salt Lake thrive, experts say
3/14
* SALT Retreat seeks to help LDS women find strength to overcome struggles through the Atonement of Jesus Christ
* Multistake Choir Performs in “Mongolia’s Got Talent”
* 'I'm not done yet': BYU director of sports medicine battling cancer for the fourth time still has reason to fight
* Lindsey Stirling, Lexi Walker and others take on "Beauty and the Beast" in new videos
* Eight LDS women to speak at UN on maternal feminism
* 'The Laughter Life' explores how 'Studio C' develops clean comedy for an LDS audience
* New mission presidents
* LDS Tools App Makes Temple Worship Even More Convenient with New Updates
3/12-3/13
* Mormon Women Mark the 175th Anniversary of Relief Society
* Elder Bednar, Cardinal Dolan, Rabbi Soloveichik display religious solidarity on marriage
* Utah man documented what happened when he gave up caffeine for 30 days in 'Recommended Daily Amount'
* Warnings, modern lessons from 'Uncovering the Book of Revelation' presentation
* UVU theater professor who played Paul in LDS Bible Videos refuses to ‘stay in bed and cry’ after being diagnosed with ALS
* Honest Jon: A warning about using a smartphone or tablet to give a talk in sacrament
* 'Road to Carthage Marathon' to be run May 27
* Police confiscate Jesus picture from teen charged with shooting girl
* With Mormon temple poised to open, Cedar City urged to tidy up the town
3/10-3/11
* LDS Church releases new update to Relief Society Purposes
* 175 years of Relief Society: general presidency reflects on past and future of organization
* Ground broken for future temples in South America
* LDS leader speaks out on marriage at forum with archbishop of New York, rabbi
* President Nelson Lauded in Mexico for Church’s Commitment to Family
* Leaders Invite Young Men to “Consecrate” Electronic Devices for Good
* In Pacific Area, visiting Church leaders walk in President Monson's ministerial footsteps
* The Church to Supply Feeding America with Up to 1 Million Jars of Peanut Butter
* Family History Website in France Offers Free Access to Church Members
* 'This is not who I am': LDS mom on life after facial paralysis
* Utah native and fashion blogger Corrine Stokoe shares LDS faith in celebration of International Women's Day
* BYU engineers design 'origami' shield to protect police
3/9
* Former Mormon women’s leader Florence Jacobsen dies at 103, but her hand in preserving historic sites lives on
* Mormon Historic Sites Foundation Honors Richard E. Turley Jr.
* Women of Conscience
* New 2017 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Germany, Brazil, Chile, and More
* Multistake choir performs in 'Mongolia's Got's Talent'
* Elder Kevin W. Pearson: 'The Lens of Truth'
* Legislature makes Utah's DUI threshold lowest in nation at .05 percent
* 4 Vermont towns oppose development inspired by Mormon leader Joseph Smith
* Faith drives 5 LDS entrepreneurs to create toys, apps, clothing and neckties
* Defending the Faith: Can the scriptural God be called 'unchanging'?
3/8
* Elder Holland Connects with Thousands of Members in Japan, Korea, and the Micronesia Islands
* Women Worldwide Share What Relief Society Means to Them
* The Church partners with national relief agency Feeding America to supply peanut butter
* Missionary Moments: Two Miracles with a Swedish Family
* BYU Researcher Says Women Still Doing Most of Housework
* Future BYU Cougars flood social media announcing they are #BYUBound
* Tabernacle organist’s invitation to Lutheran music minister leads to concert performance
* Barfield Road section renamed Mercedes-Benz Drive
* 14-Year-Old LDS Singer Aaliyah Rose Makes NBC’s The Voice
* When dead men and women do tell tales
3/3-3/7
* New 'Ask of God' website and video show why over 100,000 people visit a New York forest each year
* Missionaries in Africa Worked to Increase Service and Self-Reliance
* The Articles of Faith—Our Formal Declaration
* Revised travel ban mostly panned in refugee-friendly Utah
* Bill to protect LGBT from getting kicked out of homes stalls
* LDS blogger's journey from abuse
* President Henry B. Eyring extends challenge to LDS youth during Face to Face broadcast
* LDS Church leaders host online Face to Face discussion with youth
* Elder Dube Tells Students Three Ways to “Get Understanding”
* Temple Square Chorale and Orchestra at Temple Square Present Mozart and Mendelssohn
* Young missionaries spread the word in Dalton
* No need to take it on faith, alcohol has detrimental effects
* Music and the Spoken Word: Developing grit
* LDS athlete opens mission call before winning NAIA national swimming title
* 5 tips to finding elusive records in FamilySearch
3/1-3/2
* New First Vision Video to Premier Prior to Face to Face with President Eyring, Elder Holland
* New temple president
* Lindsey Stirling announces launch of 'Happiness Takes Work,' an organization for teens, later this year
* One year later, Church's Doctrinal Mastery initiative continues to strengthen youth
* Internal LDS documents pulled from MormonLeaks website
3/1
* Articles of Faith Published 175 Years Ago
* Live Social Media Posts from Palmyra Will Set the Scene for Upcoming Face to Face Event
* LDS general authorities meet with president of French Polynesia, saints in the islands
* Apostle finds gospel "community" in Asia
* Elder Edward Dube: 'With all thy getting, get understanding'
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites March 1, 2017
* President Uchtdorf offers birthday greetings to beloved centenarian
* Provo Museum Preserves Printing History of the Book of Mormon
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in February 2017
* New 2017 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in South Africa, England, U.S., and More
* Free Black Woman Who Embraced Gospel in 1841 Is Portrayed in Theater Vignette
* BYU Hosts African-American Art Exhibition
* 2017 LDS Film Festival offers variety of films, including those featuring 'Studio C,' Donny Osmond and Porter Rockwell
* About Utah: Chuck Norris visits former LDS missionary diagnosed with cancer
* Send it in: LDS mission reunion notices
* Defending the Faith: Can the Book of Mormon be explained as the work of a conspiracy?
3/1
* President Russell M. Nelson completed same challenge he issued to young adults
* Geneanet, a new family history website offers based in France, offers free access to Church members
* Family of LDS bishop, 2 children killed in plane crash offer appreciation as investigation begins
* Young Idaho mother of 5 dies following cancer battle
* Man leaves water bottle for stranger — more than 100 times
* 90-year-old Southeast Idaho man gets his high school diploma
* 16th annual LDS Film Festival returns to Scera Theater
* Devin Graham video clip in Oscars ad, new videos from Nathan Pacheco and Alex Boye
* An investigation was underway Wednesday morning into the cause of an overnight fire at a Mormon church in Van Nuys
2/28
* Face to Face with President Henry B. Eyring and Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
* Elder Rasband Tells Saints in Central America to Stand in Holy Places
* No survivors in plane crash involving Sandy bishop, 2 children
* 'You exemplify everything I prayed you would be': Sister Elaine Dalton speaks to Relief Society sisters of Salt Lake City YSA Stakes
* 2 conferences in Utah County examine Book of Mormon
* "Push back against the world," Elder Dallin H. Oaks encourages BYU-Hawaii grads
* Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo Believes Keeping His Covenants Has Brought Him Success
* Utah lawmakers unveil alcohol law reform bill, still a work in progress
* BYU-Hawaii prepares to close the door on a successful era of intercollegiate athletics
* Photo Gallery: St. George LDS Temple at Sunset
2/26-2/27
* President Nelson Meets Catholic and Government Leaders in Mexico
* Youth Broadcast to Feature Two Apostles at Church Historic Site
* "Push back against the world," Elder Dallin H. Oaks encourages BYU-Hawaii grads
* Elder Ronald T. Halverson, LDS general authority and Utah legislator, dies at age 80
* The Spiritual Side of Religious Freedom
* BYU-Pathway program set to change lives worldwide
* BYU to host Passover Seder, March 10, 24 and April 7
* Defender of Religious Liberty Receives Award
* Police searching for missing plane last detected near Panguitch
* Mormon temple: Don’t rename our street for Mercedes-Benz
* Mormon Mentions: David Archuleta explains social media break, Lexi Walker announces video with BYU's Vocal Point
* LDS women bring entrepreneurship to the home
* Dick Harmon: College recruiters historically back off LDS athletes, yet faith continues to abound
* Complaints about noise falling on deaf ears
2/24-2/25
* Elder Rasband meets with Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega
* New Mormon Channel video teaches powerful lesson
* Two landmark LDS temples to close for renovations, will be rededicated
* Oakland California and Washington D.C. Temples to Close for Renovation
* Missionaries Promote Service, Self-reliance In Africa
* Temple Square Chorale and Orchestra at Temple Square present Mozart and Mendelssohn
* Jane Manning James, a free black woman who embraced gospel in 1841, portrayed in museum theater vignette
* BYU hosts African-American art exhibition
* Pioneers in leadership honored
* New mission presidents
* House urges later start times for high schools
* My favorite Mormon comic is now a full-on graphic novel
2/23
* UVU to welcome President Henry B. Eyring as commencement speaker
* 2017 Visitors’ Center Directors Called to Serve in San Diego and Paris
* 2017 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Argentina, Philippines, U.S., and More
* Defending the Faith: 'O thou who changest not, abide with me!'
* Why 'Meet the Mormons' was a life changer for Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo
* Children in Unstable Families Can Find an Identity through Hobbies, Researcher Says
* Why 'Studio C' believes the BYU Broadcasting Building is its 'Field of Dreams'
* Alcoholism prompts YouTube star Shay Carl to halt production of 'Shaytards,' enter rehab
* UTubers: BYU Vocal Point releases new video, Peter Hollens covers 'City of Stars'
* Ruakaka man attacks Christian missionaries
* No ordinary Joe: Quarterback signee Joe Critchlow takes serendipitous, circuitous route to BYU
* Game over — BYU-Hawaii plays its final basketball games; remaining sports soon will follow
* Two sisters at SUU, a walk-on at USU and other returned Mormon missionaries in college basketball, 2016-17
2/22
* LDS Apostle visits Tonga, meets Royal Family
* Elder Holland and Teammates Honor Their College Coach
* Shining Moment: Words of Heavenly Wisdom Found in Doctrine and Covenants
* Renovated Church History Library Opens with New Interactive Experiences
* LDS Church, BYU Jerusalem Center remain neutral amid Israel-Palestine conflict
* Picturing history: Dance Hall Rock before the Hole-in-the-Rock
* New Discovery Experience center provides a jump start for family history; update on 600,000-record indexing goal
2/21
* President Uchtdorf: God Is Mindful of You. He Is Closer Than You Know
* Face to Face with President Eyring and Elder Holland
* 12 Times U.S. Presidents Spoke in the Tabernacle
* 18 Rare Photos of President Hinckley That Will Make You Love Him Even More
* Sistas in Zion: How 2 Black Mormon Women Are Breaking Stereotypes
* 175th anniversary of the Articles of Faith
* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helps out with LOA Soup for Seniors
* Interfaith efforts invite Utahns to learn about other religions
2/19-2/20
* Mormon Leader Shares Nine New Testament Insights About Christ
* Mormon Woman Known as Philippines Pioneer Dies
* Maxine Grimm, LDS Church Pioneer in the Philippines, Dies at Age 102
* MormonLeaks in the Age of Transparency
* Uncommon places to find family history details
* 2017 Pageants Schedule
* Tips for protecting physical and digital family history research
* One LDS woman's take on Beyonce's odd but inspiring Grammy performance
* How to create, share and maximize photos on Instagram from the Photo Detective
2/17-2/18
* Elder Andersen Dedicates Three New Buildings on BYU-Idaho Campus
* Past presence: Church History Library renovations present new learning spaces
* Volunteer to Tag Photos to Make Images on LDS.org Easier to Find
* New visitors' center directors
* Defending the Faith: Biblical 'minimalists' and the historical record
* Stroke at 24 inspires LDS man to create hydration monitor, which raises $1.2 million on Kickstarter
* A Bridge Between the Strong and the Weak
* 2 BYU-Idaho students pursue 'faith in humanity,' inspire thousands to do the same
* Sunday School: Are we reaching, not just teaching?
* 13th annual Marjorie Pay Hinckley lecture addresses family instability and complexity
* LDS University of Virginia student awarded Rhodes Scholarship
* Gainesville Boy Scout trailer, $3K in camping supplies stolen from church
* New mission presidents
* BYUI campus enrollment tops 18 thousand students
* ESPN calls Rudy Gobert best defender in the NBA; Elder Harvey Langi headed to the NFL
2/16
* LDS Church Women Leaders Meet with Philippine Government Officials
* Interviewing, capturing stories through video is 'a chance to share their hearts,' RootsTech speaker says
* Thousands Watch or Attend RootsTech 2017 Family History Conference
* 'You're getting warmer' — Pew studies Americans' feelings toward religious groups, including Mormons
* Maxine Grimm, LDS Church pioneer in the Philippines, dies at age 102
* Students hope to make the cut in Sterling Scholar competition
* Returned missionary impacted by immigration ban
* Utah college student falls in love with Muslim refugee. See what's keeping them world's apart
2/15
* Elder Neil L. Andersen: Advice and encouragement regarding marriage
* Rootstech LDS Leadership Session Focuses on Blessings of Harvesting Souls through Family History
* Hank Smith Celebrates Families at 2017 Family Discovery Day
* Church History Moment: Blessed by My Ancestor’s Conversion
* Relief Society Is “The Gospel in Action,” Says General Presidency
* New Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Peru, Fiji, Australia, and More
* LDS Business College Program Wins Award
* Sister Neill F. Marriott: Love “With All the Energy of Heart”
* Faith Influences LDS “Sports Docs” at U.S. Air Force Academy
* Changes to campus at BYU-Idaho
* BYU-Idaho dedicates and showcases new Science and Technology Center
* UTubers: 4-year-old YouTube sensation explains love in new video
* Elder Holland and teammates honor their college coach
* Forest Service came to the rescue for turn-of-the-century Utah
* Mormon drive gives warmth — and hope — to Middle East refugees
2/14
* Changes at BYU-Idaho: Continuing the “Steady Upward Course”
* Members Offer Relief Following Massive Wildfires in Chile
* Utahns in love: the 7,000 mile courtship
* Aggieland Mormons: Former Texas A&M quarterback shares faith and testimony with LDS youth
* BYU senior named 'bridesmaid of the year' after she shares hilarious bridal photo on Reddit
* Parker LDS church building catches fire from heat tape
* Man arrested for theft at LDS Lakepa office
* Tickets available Tuesday for Temple Square Chorale, Orchestra at Temple Square spring concert
* Twila Van Leer: Thousands of people looking for people in their family history
* Scouts honor the departed
2/12-2/13
* RootsTech Conference Hosts Record Crowd in Utah
* President Russell M. Nelson extends challenge during Family Discovery Day 2017
* Make Sacrifices for Family History, President Russell M. Nelson Challenges
* Preserve, digitize and share, but don't hoard family history, experts say at RootsTech
* App for finding newspapers in your family history wins in RootsTech’s Innovator Showdown
* 7 ways Google Photos can help organize, share pictures
* How Alex Haley and 'Roots' changed LeVar Burton's life
* Finding, sharing stories of African-American women from the Civil War at RootsTech
* 'Almost' does count in family history and temple work goal, 2 former BYU football stars tell Sheri Dew
* OldNews USA wins Innovator Showdown at RootsTech 2017
* President Nelson extends invitation, Vai Sikahema and Reno Mahe make commitments at RootsTech Family Discovery Day
* Bill Maher says he would give $1 million and 'become a Mormon' for Mitt Romney to be president
* Changes at BYU-Idaho: Continuing the 'steady upward course'
* Family Discovery Day 2017: Hank Smith celebrates families past, present and future
* Lawmakers hear plans for busy summer at new Fairpark stadium
* Biographer to talk Arrington, LDS history
* LDS Church history videos show how South African Latter-day Saints battled discrimination
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, proves that music 'runs in the family'
2/10-2/11
* LDS Church women leaders meet with Philippine government officials
* Participate in RootsTech Family Discovery Day from Anywhere in World
* RootsTech 2017, world's largest family history gathering, commences
* Church Announces Name Change for Family History Callings
* LDS Church announces a change to the calling of family history consultants
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, proves that music 'runs in the family'
* LDS Church represented in European Parliament's conference on children and pornography
* 'Property Brothers' entertain RootsTech crowd with family photos, stories
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson visits South America
* LDS docs make up sports medicine team at U.S. Air Force Academy
* LDS Business College program wins a library award
* New mission presidents
* Relief Society: 'The gospel in action'
* When President Abraham Lincoln derived strength from the scriptures
2/9
* Meet the Mormon mom and seminary teacher who advises Fortune 500 companies and is speaking at RootsTech Wednesday
* Don't be afraid of lack of experience, Liz Wiseman and Steve Rockwood say at RootsTech's Innovator Summit
* Can’t Attend RootsTech Family History Conference in Person? Participate Online!
* Want to interact with your ancestors? Family History Library's newest feature could help
* Utah County's Refugee Action Network develops new way to serve
* LDS women donate 125 quilts to Rock Hill homeless shelter Emily’s House
* Stateside missionaries face inferiority stigma
* Defending the Faith: The faith of Joseph Smith's faithful older brother, Hyrum
2/8
* Henry J. Eyring Named 17th President of BYU-Idaho
* Church Announces BYU–Pathway Worldwide, a Global Higher-Education Organization
* LDS Church creates worldwide education program in historic announcement
* LDS apostle calls for increased hope to help counter today's challenges
* Family History Library Opens Discovery Experiences on Temple Square
* Family History Moments: Scattering the Haze of Darkness
* Missionaries Must Know How to Teach Repentance, Elder Schwitzer Says
* Brief but Meaningful Mormon History Found in War-Torn Aleppo
* Bishop Waddell Shares Three Aspects of the “Converting Power of the Book of Mormon”
* At BYU, Elder Cook says alcohol culture creates misery, calls abortion a 'moral blot'
* U., BYU law professors join court brief over Trump executive order on immigration
* Blind Utah couple experiences joy of parenthood with birth of first child
* Utah teen hopes to help raise money for refugees by auctioning celebrities' shoes
* Moral complexity, Mormon philosophy, and Richard Hatch: was Battlestar Galactica better than Star Wars?
2/7
* First Presidency of the LDS Church announces Arequipa Peru Temple groundbreaking
* Elder Oaks to speak at BYU-Idaho, Elder Cook at BYU in Tuesday devotionals
* Changes to Missionaries’ Daily Schedule Allows More Time to Teach Gospel
* Elder Rulon G. Craven, Emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at age 92
* Filmmaker mourns loss of young returned missionary killed in car accident
* Latter-day Saints in Nauvoo commemorate the 171-year anniversary of pioneer exodus
* Dick Harmon: Dave Rose reaching 300 wins at BYU is a benchmark — and so is the symbolic perspective
* Newmarket-area Mormons fight hunger
* Trump’s refugee order could hurt a growing group: Iranian Mormons
* Who is the Seventh-day Adventist whose paintings are all over Mormon churches?
* Steve Young’s mental struggle off the playing field
* Pro soccer player leaves career to serve mission as anticipated by brother's mission president
2/6
* RootsTech 2017 Attracts Thousands to Salt Lake City
* 2017 Auxiliary Leader Training Resources Now on LDS.org
* Sister Carol F. McConkie: How to Develop “Unwavering Faith”
* BYU Magazine article explores BYU alumni success in the Washington D.C., area
* Mormons March for Muslims joins Utah March for refugees
* Church stamp appeal reaches milestone
* Volunteers gather to help plant new orchard in West Bank Park
* LDS apostle to dedicate three new buildings at BYU-Idaho
2/4-2/5
* RootsTech 2017 live streaming schedule
* Church leaders address missionaries worldwide on teaching repentance, baptizing converts
* Families Should Discuss How to Use Social Media in Righteous Ways
* Canadian Area Seventies Condemn Quebec City Shooting
* Hal Boyd: Meet the Mormon helping run Donald Trump's White House
* 2017 Primary theme: Choose the Right
* CNN article compares, contrasts 1879 Mormon travel ban with Trump's 2017 executive order
* LDS teen designer on 'Project Runway: Junior' to show creations at Fashion Week in New York, Utah
* Repentance brings about true conversion
* "Haste makes waste:" An important lesson from my most influential teacher
* Brief but meaningful Mormon history found in war-torn Aleppo
* Missionaries must know how to teach repentance
* Pioneer members in Hartford marvel at blessing of a temple
* The Book of Mormon brings about "true conversion."
* Founder of 'The Small Seed' and family featured on HGTV's 'Property Brothers'
* Focus on faith, Elder Cook counsels young people Bolivia and Peru
* Families should discuss how to use social media for righteous purposess
2/2-2/3
* Mormon Temples Currently Under Construction
* New Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Mexico, Peru, Russia, and More
* Cedar City Utah Temple Open House and Dedication
* Meridian Idaho Temple Open House and Dedication
* Tucson Arizona Temple Open House and Dedication
* Choir of Missionaries Represent the Gathering of Israel, Elder Arnold Says
* Bill calls for new state park at Hole in the Rock
* Faithfully engaging the immigration debate in the age of Trump
* Church Members Encouraged to Continue to “Light the World”
* Brother Ah You Is Revered for His Community Service and Football Career
* Farm life inspired the composer of “My Heavenly Father Loves Me”
* Bill calls for new state park at Hole in the Rock
2/1
* LDS Business College Names New President
* LDS Church announces it will study more closely Boy Scouts' allowance of transgender boys
* Grandson of President Hinckley carrying on a temple-building legacy
* Elder Nielson Urges MTC Presidents to “Help Raise the Rising Generation”
* J. Reuben Clark Law Society Honors Sen. Harry Reid and Sister Ruth Lybbert Renlund
* LDS Church leaders in Canada release statement following mosque shooting
* LDS convert from Iran urges U.S. to keep taking the risk it took on her family
* Man found dead in Gunnison Tuesday had been released from jail Monday, police say
* Mormon cultural snap judgments affect church members
* Richard Davis: Although they may not realize it, LDS Church members will sorely miss 'Brother Reid'
* LDS woman 'doing her part' to help refugee camp in Greece
1/31
* Many Mormons recoil at Trump order on refugees, others cheer promise of security
* Americans, LDS Church react to immigration ban, shooting in Quebec, Hughes profiled
* Elder James M. Dunn, emeritus General Authority Seventy dies
* The need for religious toleration
* Be Among Today's Kind and Courageous Rescue Teams
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in January 2017
* LDS church has no comment on Boy Scouts of America announcement that it will allow transgender youth in boys-only program
* How Mormon plans for a new city could transform central Florida
* Remembering the Man Who Carved the Nauvoo Temple Oxen
* Trump Asked To Help Free Mormon Jailed On Weapons Charges in Venezuela
1/29-1/30
* LDS Church issues statement after Trump orders ban on refugees
* LDS World: The need for religious toleration
* Elder Ballard: We Need to Be Better at Answering Difficult Question & Never Brush Them Off
* The Incredible Way One LDS Woman Is Helping Refugees Trapped in Freezing Conditions in Greece
* Secrets to a century of successful visiting teaching
* Greg Hughes might be the most powerful man in Utah politics, if he could just stay out of trouble
* What Prophets & Apostles Have Said About Muhammad
* Utah gymnast MyKayla Skinner's faith a driving force in her success
* Bells on Temple Square accepting audition applications
1/27-1/28
* Open house, dedication dates announced for Tucson, Meridian and Cedar City temples
* Help the rising generation understand their purpose
* Restoration and gathering of israel
* Osmonds pitch St. George on July 24 celebration
* Will Department of Defense relocate BYU's ROTCs because of honor code?
* GOP Senate leaders not ready to back bill to change liquor laws
* Sister Carol F. McConkie: 'Unwavering Faith'
* Mormon attack ads to air on Utah TV after correction
* Decades of aloha overshadow Ah You's latest pro football honors
* New mission presidents
1/26
* More Flexibility Announced for Mormon Missionary Daily Schedules
* Sister Oscarson Says Booklet Can Help Missionaries Deal with Stress
* Elder Oaks Urges All Church Members to Defend Religious Freedom
* Teaching Next Sunday? Here’s a New Media App to Help
* New 2017 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Brazil, South Africa, U.S., and More
* John W. Welch Honored for Religious Scholarly Work
* LDS Church releases new Media Library App
* Rare maps illustrate 500 years of exploration in Utah, Mountain West
* A dog for Amorelle: LDS teen clings to faith after schizophrenia diagnosis
* McMullin launches nonpartisan organization in 'defense of our democracy'
* Reflecting on 10 years of FamilySearch indexing and going forward
* Defending the Faith: Why are there two sets of official Book of Mormon witnesses?
* BYU the best law school deal for students, new study says
* Why these LDS women took part in Women's March events
* Lindsey Stirling’s Father Passes Away, Leaves Powerful Final Testimony
* Comcast to air ads pursuing Mormon church tax status after all, organizer says
1/25
* Mormon Temples Currently Under Construction
* Elder Zwick Shares Three Ways Missionaries Can Increase Faith
* Elder Peter F. Meurs: 'Unceasingly and unwearyingness in your life'
* Actors Invited to Audition for 2017 Nauvoo and British Pageant Core Cast
* Family History Moment: Following Spiritual Promptings
* Karl G. Maeser’s Legacy Remains Vibrant at BYU and Beyond
* Are Utah and Mormon mommy bloggers creating a false perception of reality?
* BYU grad, 'Studio C'' star unite to promote new LDS dating app
* LDS Church releases new Media Library App
* Mormon civic engagement driven by calls to action
* Utah man charged with stalking, threatening his Mormon bishop, poisoning his lawn
1/22-1/24
* Doctrine of Christ Essential in Quest for Discipleship, Brother Holmes Says
* Apostles and Choir Participate in Presidential Inauguration
* Sister Renlund awarded 'Exemplary Leadership Award' by J. Reuben Clark Law Society
* Recent Convert Helps Teach Other Micronesians in Their Language
* How biblical sacrifices connect to today's sacrament
* LDS Church to donate $25,000 in food, help for N. Nevada Food Bank
* ‘The Plat of Zion,’ Salt Lake’s grid system explained in new podcast
* LDS Church history missionary shares insightful passages from apostle George Q. Cannon's journal
* 94-year-old Logan resident on track to index more than 600,000 names before 95th birthday
* BYU football announces 10 mid-year additions
1/20-1/21
* At inauguration, Mormon Tabernacle Choir song will be sandwiched between Trump, Pence oaths
* Utahns take center stage at Trump inauguration
* From on high: 'America's Choir' graces presidential inauguration, once again
* Complicated but not hostile, LDS-Obama relationship draws to a close
* Visiting General Authorities strengthen Church in Washington
* Elder Dallin H. Oaks champions religious freedom in Mexico
* Adjusting to missionary life
* Faith to find and baptize converts
* Help Develop Next Generation of “Impact Teachers”
* #52Stories Invites You to Record Your Life’s Memories
* BYU law professor, John W. 'Jack' Welch, honored
* Karl G. Maeser's legacy remains vibrant at BYU — and beyond
* Jorge Mena reflects on life in Cuba, coming to the US, LDS conversion and the blessings of freedom
* LDS World: 'Hidden Figures' teaches powerful lessons
1/19
* Brother Douglas D. Holmes: 'The Doctrine of Christ'
* Non-Member Comforts Crying LDS Missionary at SLC Airport
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir to perform 'America, the Beautiful' at Trump inauguration
* Enthusiastic reception for Bishop Solis
* How Mormon Principles and Liberal Ideals Saved Utah
* Defending the Faith: Rich new resources for studies of LDS scripture and history
* What I learned from LaVell Edwards on a pew in a Provo LDS chapel
1/18
* More than 2,000 Utahns of all stripes headed to Trump inauguration, protests, concerts, inaugural balls
* Here's what the Mormon Tabernacle Choir will sing at Trump inauguration
* President and Sister Nelson, Tabernacle Choir to Highlght RootsTech Events
* 6 Things to Look for in FamilySearch in 2017
* Mormon lawyers society to honor retired Sen. Harry Reid
* 125 years since Brigham Young Academy opened in Provo
* ‘Aspiring Mormon Women’ provides resources, support across the nation
* Yoeli Childs a great fit for BYU basketball, on and off the court
* '52 Stories' project sparks memories of Mom
* Career or family? Help for LDS women who want to do both
* Which Broadway musical is the most Mormon?
1/17
* Elder Bednar invites people everywhere to continue to 'Light the World'
* Photos: First Look at Nearly Completed Paris France Temple
* Powerful Video Shares the Last Testimonies of 6 Apostles
* Utah vet who survived Pearl Harbor dies at 98
* 5 Surprising Things President Hinckley's Journal Reveals About Him
* Church Releases 2017 Mutual Song & CD
* The Five Wounds of Christ, The Pentagram, and Temple Symbolism
1/15-1/16
* 21 times LDS leaders have attended presidential inaugurations
* ‘Light the World’ Initiative Encourages Year-Round Service
* Music and the Spoken Word: The 'way out of no way'
* Family history classes offered at Riverton FamilySearch Library Jan. 21, 28
* BYU–Idaho Reaches Record High Enrollment
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: A lesson in priorities from President Uchtdorf and how I'm going to 'water the flowers'
* Tom Holdman — Finding a voice through art
* Is baptism for the dead biblical?
* Call from LaVell Edwards missing as Andy Reid preps Chiefs for playoff game with Steelers
* Mormons should stop judging President-elect Trump
1/13-1/4
* Mormon apostles, major Utah figures to attend Trump inauguration
* Church Stands as a Beacon in Fiji
* Church Announces New Mission Presidents for 2017
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites January 12, 2017
* St. Joseph Catholic High School sends seniors out for week of service
* Utah wraps its arms around refugees
* The next generation of 'impact teachers'
* Tabernacle Choir, President and Sister Nelson to highlght RootsTech events
* Record number of students enrolled at BYU-Idaho
* BYU football announces 10 mid-year enrollees
* Comcast refuses to air attack ads that 'demean' LDS Church
* A critical response to the Deseret News from MormonLeaks
* Hal Boyd: Calling out MormonLeaks' ironic (non)transparency crusade
1/12
* Elder Stevenson testifies of prophets and the Book of Mormon in a new ‘Special Witness’ video
* Fans remember BYU football coach/goodwill ambassador
* Rodney H. Brady, former head of Deseret Management Corp., Weber State, dies at 83
* Marie Osmond says she would sing at presidential inauguration if asked
* Pure Religion Moment: Book of Mormon Scripture Answered My Prayer
* Defending the Faith: Joseph Smith's doctrines shed light on evil, suffering
* 76-year-old LDS pickleball champion shares the most important things in life: faith, family
* NFL Team & Stars Give LDS Teen with Cancer the Trip of a Lifetime
* The Funny Song the Tabernacle Choir Almost Sang on "The Tonight Show"
1/11
* Elder Lynn A. Sorensen, Emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at 97
* Participate in RootsTech Family Discovery Day from Anywhere in World
* Methodist Choir Performs for Latter-day Saints Following Service Projects
* Federal Appeals Court Judge J. Clifford Wallace Seeks Inspiration, Chances to Serve
* LDS Charities Donates 500 Bikes to Cambodian Students
* 'A mission isn't for you' — letter to a dad from a returned missionary
* General Moly CFO leaving for Mormon church role
* Interview from China shows former BYU star Jimmer Fredette playing well and living his Mormon faith
* Jewish family research offers challenges
* UtahValley 360 breaks down statistics revealing insights about LDS mission presidents
* Former BYU singer made it big on 'Lawrence Welk Show,' still performs
* Rodney H. Brady, former head of Deseret Management Corp., Weber State, dies at 83
* Record number of students attended BYU-Idaho in 2016
* New TV commercial calls for leaks about potential Mormon tax fraud
* 'MormonLeaks' have unintended consequences for democracy
* Prayer, 'guardian angel' protects LDS woman during airport shooting
* BHS student raises donations for Women's Center
1/10
* Of fantasy and faith: LDS artist James C. Christensen dies at 74
* LDS woman becomes the first New Zealander to be crowned Miss Tourism International
* Joseph Smith's Council of Fifty Fit Divine Pattern for Councils
* $250,000 Worth of Hurricane Relief Supplies Donated to The Bahamas
* LDS Artist Plays Big Role in Creating Disney's "Moana"
* 100 LDS Journal Starters For When You Don't Feel Like Writing
* LDS Mother Trapped by Fort Lauderdale Shooter: I Was Shielded by a Stranger
1/8-1/9
* President Russell M. Nelson urges young adults to be 'true disciple of Jesus Christ'
* President Russell M. Nelson: 'Prophets, leadership and divine law
* Coach LaVell Edwards lauded for his faith and friendship to legions
* At funeral, LDS leaders, NFL icons, family remember LaVell Edwards as 'remarkable,' 'monumental'
* Mormon missionaries pass out free hot chocolate in New Glasgow
* LDS services canceled Sunday
* Group wants towns to take stance on developer's Mormon-founder-inspired plan
* VIDEO: Former BYU star Jimmer Fredette talks with Chinese news station about Basketball, Mormon Faith, and more
* LDS Church fights deposition subpoena of President Thomas S. Monson
* Aggieland Mormons: How an Olympian learned to trust in the Lord
* Utah artist James C. Christensen dies at age 74
1/6-1/7
* President Nelson Issues Invitation Video to Sunday's Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Temple, LDS meetinghouses stand as beacons in Fiji
* FamilySearch 2016: Connecting families across generations
* Methodist choir performs for Mormons following service projects
* The Mormon Tabernacle Choir celebrates America, not any one president
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir member explains in Facebook video why she will sing at Trump inauguration
* How LaVell Edwards changed his mind about Mormon missions and changed BYU's football culture
* 500 bikes given to students
* Federal appeals court Judge J. Clifford Wallace seeks the inspiration of the Lord
* Poll: Utahns don't want President-elect Trump's U.S.-Mexico border wall
* New stake presidents
* Teens team up with Studio C members to aid refugee families
* LDS Church History Museum's new online art exhibit features the First Vision
1/5
* Elder Glen L. Rudd Remembered as a Charitable Disciple of Christ
* Gov. Gary Herbert credits early Mormon pioneers and today’s pioneer spirit for Utah success
* Bagpipes, Mormon Tabernacle Choir usher in Herbert's new term at inauguration ceremony
* Face to Face with President Eyring and Elder Holland
* Shining Moment: An Answer to My Prayer
* One historian's touch with Mormon history
* Defending the Faith: Touching other lives for good
* Utah football: Utes OL Garett Bolles declares for NFL Draft
* Humanitarian organization wants to donate wheelchairs to Kyrgyzstan
1/4
* What Most People Don't Understand About the Tabernacle Choir's Decision to Sing at Trump's Inauguration
* Notable 2017 LDS Church dates and anniversaries
* Councils Follow Heavenly Pattern, Say Leaders in Roundtable Discussion
* FamilySearch's #52Stories Project Can Help You Write Your Family History in 2017
* BYU animation grad and wife create app to help children learn Primary songs
* Church Creates 6 New Stakes, Calls 42 New Stake Presidents in December 2016
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Member Resigns Over Trump Inauguration Announcement
* Hall of Fame BYU Volleyball Coach Dies
* Mann on a Mission
1/3
* All the New LDS Temples Dedicated in 2016
* Watch Fun Firework Footage from LDS Brisbane Temple
* Photos: Utah's top leaders sworn in for another term
* Salt Lake City ranked as nation’s second-friendliest city
* January 2017 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Learning from LaVell: Life's lessons far from a football field
* The Actual Meaning of “Nephi” and 3 Other Book of Mormon Names
* 10 Quotes from Church Leaders to Motivate You for the New Year
12/30-1/2
* LaVell Edwards, BYU Head Football Coach (1972–2000), Dies at 86
* The legacy of LaVell Edwards
* Elder Bruce D. Porter of the Seventy Has Died
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites December 29, 2016
* Service in councils essential to 'the divine organization of the Savior's Church'
* Counseling with councils is 'the Lord's system,' Elder Ballard declares
* President Hinckley's teachings are focus of new manual
* LDS young women help leader with special needs earn Young Womanhood Recognition Award
* Suspicious package reported in LDS Church mail building
* The fate of religious freedom in the former USSR, 25 years after its collapse
12/29
* Temple Square to host New Year's EVE events
* Putting the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's performance at the presidential inauguration in perspective
* LDS young women help leader with special needs earn Young Womanhood Recognition Award
* Defending the Faith: The Book of Mormon at year's end
* Home For Winter Break, Mormon-Style
* What TV shows do Mormons and Utahns like the most?
* Dating Counsel from the Bishop of a Young Single Adult Ward
* How "Star Wars" Was Influenced by a Mormon
12/28
* Outreach to refugees, injured missionaries, 150th temple and more: LDS Church 2016 year in review
* 2017 Mutual Theme challenges youth to 'Ask'
* Do What Invites Christ into Your Life, Elder Andersen Tells Members in Remote Mexican Region
* The Clean Cut: Arizona family gives two families 'a lift' for Christmas
* Erin Stewart: How to help refugees
* The heartwarming and surprising twist to a Christmas prison visit
* Poll: Utahns support deporting undocumented immigrants with criminal records
* Rising alcohol sales coincides with growing Utah population
12/27
* Essays on Mormon history, doctrine find new visibility in official app, Sunday School
* How Mormons find love in India
* Peter Meurs' higher calling with Mormons
* Study shows young adult Mormons are most likely generation to tithe
* Trump Considering Mormon for Top Department of Defense Position
* 10 Awesome Church Resources for 2017 You Need to Know About
12/25-12/26
* “Light the World” Initiative Has Global Impact
* Sacrament on Christmas Sunday a Poignant Event
* Young Adults in Vanuatu Learn and Serve during Three-Day Conference
* Whitney Awards nomination deadline Dec. 31
* For first time in nearly 40 years, Hanukkah and Christmas Eve are on the same day
* Volunteering in the Gila Valley: promoting a spirit of service
* The 9 Funniest Mormon Moments of 2016
12/23-12/24
* Church news and events year in review for 2016
* Latter-day Saints in remote Mexican region celebrate Apostle's visit
* 6 Utah artists share their experiences, perspectives of painting the Nativity
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson: Help Youth Seek a Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith
* Shining Moment: 81-Year-Old Referee Enjoys Serving
* Gospel Library app introduces 4.0 update
12/22
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir to sing at Trump’s presidential inauguration
* Study of Doctrine and Covenants in 2017 Can Increase Faith, Sunday School Leaders Say
* Revelations in Context Provides the Stories behind D&C Sections
* Thousands Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Missionary Work in Taiwan
* Deseret News' 10 most-read faith stories of 2016
* Challenges Won’t Detour BYU Basketball Manager
* Tongan husband, father and youth leader drowns saving teen's life
* Salvation Army brings joy at Christmas
* Defending the Faith: Christmas and the ultimate restoration of all things
* One year and counting: Scholarly website helping to 'increase understanding' of the Book of Mormon
12/21
* Mormon effort to 'Light the World' during Christmas reaches 68 million video views and counting
* 'Light the World' Christmas Initiative Reaches Global Audience
* Cache Valley resident creates interactive Nativity
* LDS teen competes in 'Project Runway: Junior'
* Those magic moments when people blend at the edges
* Prison Inmate Sacrifices Simple Gift to Participate in Light the World Campaign
* Hundreds Rally Around LDS Family After Wife & Unborn Baby Are Lost in a Tragic Accident
* U.S. population posts one of slowest growth rates since '30s
12/20
* Members of the Tabernacle Choir Donate Christmas Concert Tickets to Refugees
* UK House of Commons Speaker’s Chaplain and MP from Northern Ireland Receive Family Values Awards
* Christmas Memory: Giving Is a True Christmas Gift, Says Brother Owen
* Elder Rasband pays tribute to pioneer ancestors and modern-day pioneers in new 'Special Witness' video
* UTubers: Duo performs powerful cover of 'Mary Did You Know?"
* Latter-Day Saints Commemorate Birth Of Christ - Ghana
* When Mormons first went to Harvard . . .
12/18-12/19
* Utah Salt Lake City Headquarters Mission Is Announced
* Latino Christmas Traditions Celebrated on Temple Square
* LDS World: Mary and other wonderful women in Jesus Christ's life (+video)
* Elder Larry Y. Wilson at BYU-Idaho graduation: 'The Rock upon which we must build'
* LDS family set to give away car to someone in need
* Bryce Harper and longtime girlfriend, former BYU soccer player Kayla Varner, marry in San Diego LDS Temple
* More evacuation centres activated in the Central division
* LDS Soldier Awarded for Preventing Massive Explosion During House Fire
12/16-12/17
* LDS Chileans Befriend, Serve New Haitian Neighbors
* 2017 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth, and Adults
* “Helping Hands” Volunteers Offer Relief across Peru
* Church Presents Historic Freedmen’s Bureau Database to African American Museum
* Plight of Refugees Inspires Ward to Make 100 Quilts in 100 Days
* Improve Your Study with Gospel Library 4.0 and Teach Others
* Church to Discontinue Newsletter on LDS.org in February 2017
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson: 'A testimony of Joseph Smith as a Prophet'
* Sunday School general presidency reflects on Doctrine and Covenants
* Young Adults in Vanuatu learn and serve during three-day conference
* New temple president
* Members of the Tabernacle Choir donate Christmas concert tickets to refugees
* 6,000 celebrate 60th anniversary of missionary work in Taiwan
12/15
* Elder Renlund: “Christmas Gift I Remember Most Was My Father’s Testimony”
* LDS Church gifts $1 million to Mormon studies at USU just as professor moves to BYU for a year
* In Honor of the First Amendment
* Inside the Story: Is this the most accurate depiction of LDS prophet Joseph Smith?
* Do good: Cotopaxi founder and CEO seeks to change the world, starting in Salt Lake City
* Morning links: Eric Weddle's children #LightTheWorld; Damian Lillard's new shoe honors Ogden
* While celebrating 150 years, Deseret Book continues to innovate for the future
* Defending the Faith: The Book of Mormon at Christmas
* Steve Young Opens Up About Miraculously Surviving a Deadly Car Crash Without a Scratch

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