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MormonHaven News Archives
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4/13-4/14
* Elder Christofferson Fulfills Historic Assignments in Europe
* LDS Church releases YouTube video as part of Easter initiative
* #BecauseofHim: Church Launches Easter Initiative Focused on Jesus Christ
* In Our Lovely Deseret: Daughters and mothers encompass one eternal round
* Viewpoint: Prophetic counsel
* Bountiful stake presents Easter program
* Conference Moment: 'I needed to have my spirit fed'
* Missionaries serve with Montgomery County Food Bank
* What the Church of Jesus Christ of LDS did for the Visayas
* The Movement to Ordain Mormon Women
* Appeal of suit based on professor's treatment at BYU
4/9-4/12
* Statistics for 2013 Show a Growing Church
* LDS Church meetings held every day of the week in Hong Kong
* New Mormon Tabernacle Choir Video Celebrates Easter Season
* Church Continues to Monitor Mormon Missionary Safety in Ukraine
* LDS Church releases update on missionaries in Ukraine
* BYU-Idaho Makes List Of Most Underrated Colleges
* Youths doing family history: 'I couldn't help but smile'
* A peek into the journal of sister missionary
* Atlantic Coast Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour Announced
* Former Soviet gold medal-winning gymnast finds opportunity, LDS Church in the U.S.
* Meet The Mormon Church's First Online-Only Missionary
* Amen! A farewell to the Tribune’s print Faith section
* LDS Church News articles
* Jabari Parker rules out going on Mormon mission
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir will tour Atlantic coast in summer 2015
* Kirby: Thanks for Mormon church’s Temple Square reporter ban
4/8
* Popular quotes from April 2014 LDS general conference
* $40,000 first edition copy of the Book of Mormon on auction block
* Technology is an effective tool for Sunday School teachers, students
* Meet the boy who put an end to bullying and changed my life
* Researching Family History: Researching Liz's ancestors the last few months of her life
* Facebook event challenges Latter-day Saints to read Book of Mormon in 85 days
* Two Hyrum 13-year-olds find fun and excitement in family history
* Ngaruawahia teen bags debut double for Penrith
* Mission unearths African-American cemetery
4/6-4/7
* Coverage and News Media Resources from the 184th Annual General Conference
* Leadership Change, New General Authorities
* 'Be of good courage,' Pres. Monson counsels during Saturday sessions of general conference
* Newly Called Sunday School President Emphasizes Christ’s Pattern for Teaching
* Summaries of General Conference talks
* 2013 Statistical Report for 2014 April General Conference
* Church Provides Additional Missionary Statistics
* Photos of the Speakers from the 184th Annual General Conference
* KSL TV fills general conference weekend with exclusive programming
* No new LDS temples for now, but President Monson says more to come
* Message to Mormons: Prophets not always popular
* Viewpoint: Be “Swift Messenger” in Delivering the Gospel
* Mormon women again turned away from priesthood meeting
* Atheists conduct friendly march around Mormon Temple Square
* Mormon Church: Same-sex marriage and gay sex are still not OK
* David Archuleta: Called to Serve (video)
4/5
* Watch General Conference live
* 184th Annual General Conference talk summaries (+photos)
* Angelic painting reminds Mormon mom she is not alone
* KSL TV fills general conference weekend with exclusive programming
* 'Because of Him' Easter Initiative
* Why religious freedom matters to society and individuals, religious or not
* New leadership roles for women alters LDS mission culture, hints at deep, long-term ramifications
* Grit: The true story of Steve Young
* New mission presidents
* New temple presidents
* Two new missions
* How Torah Bright weathered the storm to grab Olympic silver
* BYU football: Cougar coaches satisfied with team's progress at end of spring camp
4/4
* Apostle fulfills historic assignments in Europe
* Millions to View General Conference Worldwide
* Schedules, details for the 184th Annual General Conference of the LDS Church
* New Church Video Honors Scriptures Legacy
* 7.8 aftershock shakes Chile's north coast
* TRAX providing additional service for LDS Church's general conference
* Elaine Dalton makes special visit to local young women7
* Temples reflect growth of the Church
* David Archuleta shares second post-mission video with fans, says thank you
* Kirby: All LDS General Conference talks don’t apply to everyone
* Religious Freedom: A Precious Individual Value and Public Good
* Missionary Service “Set Trajectory” for State Dept. Adviser
* Monson: Would BYU-Provo ever drop sports?
* Manaus Members Blessed for Faithful Temple Attendance
* Church Announces Newly Created Stakes, Stake Reorganizations
* New LDS women's group quickly gains steam on Facebook
* BYUtv's 'Granite Flats' returns for second season
* Neon Trees star Elaine Bradley talks about Mormon faith in new YouTube video
* Church donates furniture to new expansion of Ronald McDonald House
4/3
* All LDS missionaries safe after quake in Chile
* Technology, Social Media Expand General Conference Worldwide Reach
* LDSChurchNews.com has moved to DeseretNews.com
* Brazilian woman is living her dream of teaching at BYU
* Atheists plan to march with ex-Mormons during General Conference
* 500 Mormon women to enter Temple Square to seek priesthood tickets
* Technology brings 'our beloved church leaders into the room'
* 'Come, Follow Me' allows teachers to utilize general conference talks
* Lights, camera, gospel: A look at the pioneers of Mormon cinema
* Unexpected blessings in using the new 'Come, Follow Me' curriculum in my Beehive class
* Duce's Wild: Teens' quest to be interesting: ‘Come, Follow Me’ can help with that
* A Noah like no other before: A look at the latest biblical film from an LDS perspective
* Piano Guys visit another World Wonder, perform 'How Great Thou Art'
* Secularist backs judge who threw out Mormon fraud case
* Schizophrenic man who believes he is a prophet can donate thousands of pounds to the Mormon Church, Court of Protection rules
* Report: Jabari Parker may return to Duke for sophomore season
* Tips for Living: Overcoming digital addictions
* Defending the Faith: A witness for the Book of Mormon witnesses
* BYU has the hottest and smartest students in America
* Four Ways to Become a Media-Savvy Family
4/2
* Generations of Mormon women document historic meeting through pictures online
* Access to genealogy websites for LDS Church members may come sooner than expected
* Family History Library offers resources available to everyone
* Inside job: Inmates help further Mormon genealogy work
* Mormonism in the News: Getting it Right | 1 April 2014
* Noted Mormons recall sermons about stressed moms, world cultures and more
* Hastening the Work program unfolds in the field
* Maryland ward becomes model for 'hastening the work'
* Advice for LDS parents on talking to kids about same-sex marriage
* Deseret Book hosts Ladies' Night, other conference events
* Youth and family history: connecting with ancestors
* American Fork youngster starting into serious genealogy early
* Granddaughter 'connects' with her grandmother to propel family history work
* Family history lesson inspires newly ordained deacon to find more than 50 names for temple work
* Jabari Parker's Mormon mission and an extra Sunday general conference session?
* LDS Church, Red Cross team to provide community volunteers
* Utah Mormon bishop helping his members sign up for Obamacare
* Mormon Studies minor in the works at U.
* Mormon leader Uchtdorf translated to heaven; begins to glow ethereally
* General Authorities are sports fans, too
4/1
* Angel Moroni statue ascends to top of Provo City Center Temple
* Angel Moroni Now Tops The Provo City Center Temple
* Provo’s next Mormon temple gets an angel on high
* Social media users document Angel Moroni statue's ascent
* The many styles and changes of Angel Moroni on LDS temples
* Intimate biography of President Eyring includes personal artwork, journal entries
* LDS youths eagerly move family history work along
* Mormon volunteers to team up with Red Cross
* Missions trumpet a growing role for Mormon women
* Mormon Missionary outstanding community service in south Houston
* Why Russell Crowe Should Play a Mormon Noah
* 'Noah' is an Ambitious Disappointment
* Conservative Mormon Family Finds Hope In Marijuana Extract
* Church gave to former police officer, and he gave back
* The top 15 Mormons on reality TV
* BYU basketball: Cougar forward Tyler Haws named AP honorable mention All-American
3/30-3/31
* LDS women, girls participate in historic gathering
* General Women’s Meeting: The Blessings of covenants
* Mormonism in Pictures: Church Hosts Inaugural General Women’s Meeting
* President Henry B. Eyring: 'Sacred covenants'
* Sister Rosemary M. Wixom: 'Covenants protect, prepare and empower'
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson: 'Oh, how we need each other'
* Sister Linda K. Burton: 'Help wanted'
* Choir is a highlight of LDS women's meeting
* 10s of 1000s attend Utah Holi color festival
* Serving as a bishop is hardly a prerequisite for LDS apostles
* Some choose Mormon missions over graduation ceremonies
* New Church Video: Scriptures Legacy
* Elder Oaks receives Pillar of the Valley Award in Provo
* More LDS women choosing missions over college
* Plan and host a stake family history fair
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir launches story-driven blog
* Church History Museum “Practicing Charity” exhibit available online
* LDS youth volunteers, leaders tackle massive cleanup
* Graduates Say BYU-Hawaii Prepared Them for Jobs in Tonga
* “Mary Fielding Smith: Daughter, Woman of Faith, Mother” Lecture
* Mormon Chapel Coming to Downtown State College
* LDS youths eagerly move family history work along
* Gaining strength and perspective through family history
* A first: University of Utah may offer a Mormon studies minor
3/29
* Mormon Newsroom article says faith and family reinforce each other
* Why Religion Matters: The Twinned Life of Family and Faith
* Mormons again say no to news cameras on Temple Square
* Local church collecting donations for 500 Babies in Africa
* BYUtv to televise James Taylor and Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert
* How a St. George woman confirmed her LDS beliefs
* LDS Church News articles
* With charity, women look out for one another
* Young singles attend dedication of new building in Manchester
* New Harmony: Ten magical, mystical memories
* BYU will attend Sunday press conferences, but not play or practice
* McNaughton’s latest painting: Mormon prophets as Scouts
3/28
* Fort Lauderdale Florida Temple opens to media, interior pictures released
* Help Young Women Learn, Live, and Share Word of God
* Young Men Celebrate Music That Builds and Inspires
* Missionaries Return to Tacloban
* Mormonism and Asia conference explores growth, cutural diversity
* First Presidency Calls Three New Temple Presidents
* Use Technology to Build Up Others, Students Told
* Popular Bullying Video "Highly" Relevant to Many Youth Today
* Poetry Is a “Powerful Historical Ally,” Church Historian Says
* New Videos about Joseph Fielding Smith Available Online
* Women and the priesthood in Mormon theology
* Alaskan couple comes to Monticello as Mormon missionaries
* BYU student dies unexpectedly
* Why it would have been invidious to put the Mormon Church on trial
* LDS missions cut Utah college enrollment, especially for women
* Virtual citizenship: Creating a media-savvy family
* Mormon young men bring smiles to 36 girls' faces, video reaches thousands
* Utah Democrats nearly convinced top LDS leader to run
* Defending the Faith: 'In God's Image and Likeness'
* 'In God's Image and Likeness 2' is a commentary on the second half of the Book of Moses
3/27
* Mormon Auxiliary Leaders Prepare for General Women’s Meeting
* LDS Church's female leadership prepares for first-ever women’s meeting
* LDS Church releases interview with Sister Neill F. Marriott about details of historic women's meeting
* New Mormon temple in Davie open for tours through April 19
* Report: BYU-Hawaii to phase out athletics over three years
* Defending the Faith: 'In God's Image and Likeness'
* Joseph Smith's habeas corpus hearings dramatized in stage play
* Kirby: When afterlife is anything but celestial
* Church service adds degree of difficulty to BYU basketball's mission
* Three tips for Mormon missionaries who are preparing to serve
* Utah writer contributes story in latest Chicken Soup book
* New Videos about Joseph Fielding Smith Available Online
* The Lost Mormon Language
* A message for my fellow Christians: chill out, ‘Noah’ is just a movie
* Hobby Lobby at the Supreme Court
3/26
* The Church Is Wonderfully Well in Asia, Elder Holland Reports
* General Women’s Meeting: Enjoy Spirit of Worldwide Sisterhood
* Rare honor: Female BYU prof to run Mormon institute
* Sheri Dew receives Global Leadership Award
* Fort Lauderdale Florida Temple Open House and Dedication
* Mormonism and Asia conference explores growth, cutural diversity
* Mormonism and Buddhism in dialogue
* LDS: TV, social media helping to hasten the work
* In the Whirled: When looking back moves us forward
* Disappointed ‘American Idol’ contestant Kenzie Hall leans on Mormon faith
* Linda & Richard Eyre: Women and the priesthood in Mormon theology
* Women’s basketball wins again for Sweet 16 berth
* Will Jabari Parker stay in college or will he go on to the pros?
* Fire at LDS motion picture studio in Provo quickly extinguished
* They love a piano - The Piano Guys
* LDS Youth Climb Mormon Peak
* Utah's Provo-Orem region ranks first in overall well-being: survey
3/25
* lex Boye's wife shares trials, triumphs of Boye's viral 'Let it Go' cover
* David Archuleta announces his return from Mormon mission on YouTube
* Pop idol Archuleta returns from LDS mission
* Viewpoint: Give Selfless Service
* Scottish teenage musician uses talents to share Mormon faith
* Donated Utah jersey makes its way to Africa
* Fishing, sewing help put Salt Lake father-son team in first on 'The Amazing Race'
* Frontman of Provo’s own Neon Trees, comes out as gay
* Mission Daze: Kicking the habit
3/23-3/24
* Celebrations for President Lorenzo Snow's 200th birthday
* Mormon Temple in Davie opening this week (news video)
* In Our Lovely Deseret: Life, not time, is happening to us
* Scottish teenage musician uses talents to share the gospel
* BYU-Idaho devotional: 'Build up the soul'
* Uplifting music featured at Temple Square event
* Dallas LDS church growing
* Today in history for Monday, March 24, 2014
* Shift in support for same-sex marriage greatest among African-American Protestants
3/22
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir appears in Disney's 'It's a Small World' 50th Anniversary video
* New Mission Presidents Called to Serve
* 10th International Art Competition Theme Is “Tell Me the Stories of Jesus”
* New Stakes Announced
* Relief Society Message: “Love in Action” Has Long-Term Impact
* Additional Paintings Added to Sacred Gifts Art Exhibit
* Feminist mag turns 40 during ‘Mormon women’s moment’
* Journalists ask LDS Church to reconsider banning photographers from Temple Square
* Ordain Women to wear purple to Mormon women’s meeting
* Utah Hindu fest passes the Mormon test with flying colors
* Taking a stand against bullying in Utah
* Utah theater company tells stories of contemporary Mormon women
* Elizabeth Smart in SD for women's week
* Memorable LDS 'Come, Follow Me' lessons may require second-year modifications
* Hamblin & Peterson: Joseph of Egypt, and Iran, Arabia and the West
* Mormons in the Paralympics: Snowboarder takes 8th
* LDS Church News articles
3/21
* Girl power: Women Mormon missionaries grow in numbers
* British court dismisses complaint against LDS Pres. Monson
* Mormon Channel, Al Fox Carraway extend social media challenge about prayer
* Smaller Sunday School Classes Could Facilitate Gospel Learning
* An Impromptu Testimony Touches Lives Even Years Later
* Video: LDS Church building was a hoops haven for Jabari Parker growing up
* Brigham Young vs. Oregon
* Defending the Faith: Science helped change views of prominent atheist
* Journalists ask LDS Church to reconsider banning photographers from Temple Square
* Bronze plaques stolen from Mormon pioneer cemetery in Neb.
3/20
* British judge rejects case, calls it an 'attack' on LDS
* A first: Photos of Mormon women leaders in Conference Center
* 5 ways to help out new and future missionaries
* Like Grandfather, Elder Ballard Offers Blessing on Argentina
* 20th century: Utah women’s legacy
* Defending the Faith: Science helped change views of prominent atheist
* Aspiring teen rock band from Florida maintains focus on God
* Utah State star Brian Green spent year coaching after returning from mission
* 20th century: Utah women’s legacy
* Community turns out for tribute to fallen missionary
* Spreading the gospel through Living Legends
3/19
* Like Grandfather, Elder Ballard Offers Blessing on Argentina
* Elder D. Todd Christofferson requests to shake hands at meeting in England
* New Scout lodge to be named for LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson
* New Harmony: When studying the prophets, look behind the labels
* Go West, Young People! And East!
* Move Over, Millennials
* Picturing history: De Witt, Carroll County, Mo.
* 17 year old donates 300 rugby boots
* LDS Business College names Centerville man Distinguished Alumnus
* Southern Virginia names East High graduate as new head football coach
* What other states can learn from Utah, Mormon culture
3/18
* LDS Church: Aims of 'Ordain Women' detract from dialogue
* Church Asks Activist Group to Reconsider Plans to Protest at General Conference
* Activist group 'detracts' from dialogue, LDS Church says (news video)
* Missionaries Who Are Not Citizens of Venezuela Will Transfer Out of Country
* Elder M. Russell Ballard visits Mormons in South America, offers blessing on Argentina
* Truth will continue to flourish, LDS leader President Uchtdorf says
* Time Out for Women encourages women to seek out talents, gifts to share light with others
* Majority of participants at largest US Hindu celebration are Mormon
* New Scout lodge named for Mormon President Thomas S. Monson
* Spouse and Holy Ghost Are Crucial Companions
* Mick Jagger's girlfriend with Utah, Mormon roots found dead
* BYU football: Cougar running back Jamaal Williams embracing new leadership role
* Update on Salt Lake father-son team on 'The Amazing Race,' episode 4
* All in the family: Six Ballard brothers attain Scout’s highest rank
* Inside the LDS Church’s Bishops’ Central Storehouse
3/16-3/17
* LDS missionaries returning to Tacloban more than 4 months after Typhoon Haiyan
* Missionaries Removed from Ukraine
* A sister missionary shares lessons in becoming a leader
* Study shows low rate of alcohol deaths in Utah
* LDS Church History Symposium presenter tells of 'Global Pioneers in Church Education'
* Viewpoint: Heed Inspired Counsel to Avoid “High Water”
* The popular Christ-themed art exhibition “Sacred Gifts” at Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art has taken new form
* Liberia: Lawmaker Bids Latter Day Saints Missionaries Farewell
* BYU basketball: Elated Cougs earn 10 seed, will play Oregon
* Oregon baseball: Porter Clayton still chasing MLB dream after serving Latter-day Saints mission
* Jabari Parker: Player Profile, Fun Facts and Predictions for Duke Star
3/15
* Overwhelming reaction causes changes to Mormon Tabernacle Choir Easter concert
* Choir Adds Ways to Enjoy “Messiah” Performance This Easter
* British judge hears arguments in case LDS Church calls 'mischief'
* British judge to decide if fraud case against Mormon leader can proceed
* British judge hears arguments in case LDS Church calls 'mischief'
* New program aims to prevent suicide, homelessness in LGBT Mormon youth
* Mormon Channel Reaching a Global Audience
* Saved from demolition, Provo's oldest house finds new home
* LDS Church History Symposium presenter tells of 'Global Pioneers in Church Education'
* LDS Church News articles
* Blistered feet for St. James: Following in the footsteps of a disciple of Christ
3/14
* LDS missionary from Utah dies in Micronesia(News video)
* Parents of LDS missionary who died while serving share memories of their son
* BYU devotional: Two great companionships
* BYU’s Law and MBA programs translate high marks to high rankings
* Kirby: Why I remain a Mormon despite faith’s flaws
* Faith carries LDS couple as each of their identical triplets battles rare eye cancer
* Family of man killed in hit-and-run forgives alleged teen driver
* Returned Mormon missionary chasing big league dream at Oregon
3/13
* “BYU Guy” Called to Lead the University as Its New President
* Moment: “Who Wouldn’t Want a Blessing?”
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Easter Concert to Feature Handel’s Messiah
* 10 accomplishments of the Relief Society
* Match the Relief Society presidents to their legacy
* Defending the Faith: Is morality mere illusion?
* Mormon family featured on Boston's WCVB newscast regarding 'The Triple Package'
* Utah lawmakers heed Mormon church, keep Zion Curtain
* The New York Times, Mormon women and Doug Fabrizio
* Bodybuilding legend Larry Dee Scott dies leaving rich legacy
* LDS church fills 150 backpacks for local food program
* BYU football: D-line returned missionaries have been impressing at BYU's spring camp
* Film student, Sterling Scholar winner sees a story in everyone around him
3/12
* Kevin J Worthen J.D. Named Brigham Young University’s 13th President(video)
* Truth Is Complete and Universal, President Uchtdorf Says
* Legacy of Faith Continues in Pacific Area
* Women Leaders Visit Philippines to Comfort, Support Members
* Generations Connect Through Personal Histories and Life Stories
* LDS Charities Featured during United Nations Event
* Eliza R. Snow is more than a poetess as she served, led the Relief Society
* BYU students’ eternal destiny revealed
* Why Even Have a Mormon Blog?
* Picturing history: Calm as a Summer's Morning statue
* Putting a stamp on charitable project
* USF Basketball Coach Apologizes for Mormon Quip
3/11
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces rare, upcoming performance
* Convert, veteran attends LDS temple for the first time on university’s service day
* Disney's 'Frozen' and why we won't 'Let It Go'
* Sister Burton visits the Philippines: 'I needed to hug the sisters'
* Friends gather to show love, support after death of missionary
* Most LDS Church members oppose ordination of women, study shows
* Is the Mormon Church expanding the role of women?
* Former clinical social worker sentenced to prison
* New Choir Made Up Of Missionaries From The LDS Faith Perform For Over 500 In Aliso Viejo
* The Real Reason the Utah Jazz Want Jabari Parker
* British Pageant joins Nauvoo Pageant on stage this summer
3/9-3/10
* Gilbert Arizona Temple Dedicatory Prayer
* LDS leader tells Mormons to embrace their history, keep their faith
* Deseret Industries Launches New Image Campaign
* Women Ask LDS Church Again To Attend Priesthood Session
* March events at the Washington, D.C. Visitors' Center
* "Studio C" finds success using clean humor to connect with thousands
* 10 Religious Surprises in the US Congress
* Readers’ donations raise charity cash
* Viewpoint: Help Youth Be Ready to Fulfill Divine Potential
* Profane, award-winning 'Book of Mormon' musical coming to Salt Lake City
* Themes of faith, freedom echo at CPAC in advance of straw poll
* Parramatta Eels belie wooden spoon favouritism with 36-16 thumping of New Zealand Warriors
3/8
* Church History Symposium examines Mormonism's global reach
* Church History Scholars Meet in Utah to Discuss the Global Reach of Mormonism
* 6 big news stories about the Church in 2014
* Mormons Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites | 7 March
* Why Religion Matters: Making Selves Out of Others
* LDS Church News articles
* Members Help with Ice Storm Cleanup in Georgia
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir to perform ‘Messiah’ during Easter season
* From Mormon Women, a Flood of Requests and Questions on Their Role in the Church
* Days of ’47 pageant applications now available
* Good Samaritan a great example of kindness in the world
* Parker: I Don't Know Yet
* Eels fans will be hoping Will Hopoate can have a positive influence on their side
3/7
* Church Issues Statements on Status of Missionaries in Ukraine and Venezuela
* Some LDS missionaries coming home from Ukraine; missionaries in Venezuela are safe
* Teen Wakes From Coma When Family Sings Hymns
* Mormon church completes huge buy of land – now owns 2 percent of Florida land
* Mormon women to try again to get into priesthood meeting
* Mormon women seek a growing role in church
* LDS leader describes writing Elder Neal A. Maxwell's inspiring life story
* Mormon Church Building Deconstructed And Entirely Donated To Habitat For Humanity
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir once had an Ogden rival
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Good friends are 'tender mercies'
* Food Storage Essentials: Storing dried eggs is like having a chicken in the cupboard
* A scenic drive in Hawaii
* Elizabeth Smart encourages BYU audience to have faith during hard times
* Perpetual Education Fund Blesses a Member in Ecuador
* BYU Church History Symposium: Early beginnings of the Church in Taiwan
3/6
* Rain Can't Dampen Enthusiasm at Gilbert Temple Celebration
* Sister Burton Shares Nine Ways to Draw Closer to God
* Philippines Recovering One Nail at a Time
* A Series of Chance Events Connects Relatives at RootsTech
* Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit offers chance to explore sacred connections
* Mormon grandma from Alpine appears on Food Network's 'Chopped'
* Kirby: The truth about Mormon tithing
* Utah debate flares around 'Zion curtain' bill to tear down barriers that shield drink mixing
* Appeal halts Mormon Church's demolition plans
* Picturing history: Early LDS missionaries visited cultural sites in London
3/5
* Mormon Newsroom video highlights rainy Gilbert Arizona Temple celebration
* Strength in numbers: 12,000 Mormon youths celebrate Gilbert Arizona Temple
* 15 New Mission Presidents to Begin Serving in July 2014
* ‘Mormon Messages’ 36M views and growing
* Temple tax: European court rules LDS Church must pay local property tax for Preston England temple
* Utah Mormon missionary was killed by speeding car, Swedish newspaper reports
* Family of BYU student hit by car say they are witnessing a miracle
* Family of severely injured BYU student shares belief in the Book of Mormon through video
* Announcements of Reorganized Stakes Worldwide
* Missionary Service Defines Basketball Team
* Stanford player says LDS mission helped him with basketball
* Moment: Unity of the Olympics
* Wright Words: Idaho woman learns to ‘stand’ again after betrayal, adultery and murder
* Time Out for Women helps light testimonies during Florida stop of 'Inevitable Light' tour
* Chocolate proves to be an important link to Utah’s history
3/4
* Missionary killed in Sweden was inspiration to others
* Mormon Women Leader Speaks to Church Young Adults Worldwide
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | 3 March 2013
* President Uchtdorf to Speak at Church History Symposium
* LDS Church charities subject of UN meeting
* Mormon Newsroom video highlights rainy Gilbert Arizona Temple celebration
* New Year's resolution for LDS couple becomes daily reading challenge for thousands
* Stanford player says LDS mission helped him with basketball
* It's a tight race on 'The Amazing Race,' including Salt Lake father-son duo
* UK did not violate rights of Mormon Church in denying tax exemption
* Two arrested in Mormon Church break-in
* LDS Church meetinghouse goes out like The Giving Tree
* Mormon populations, like Utah, get the cheapest Obamacare
* Here's How Mormons Are Supposed To Dress
3/2-3/3
* President Monson Dedicates 142nd Temple(photos)
* Fourth LDS temple in Arizona is dedicated(news video)
* President Monson and President Eyring attend Gilbert Arizona Temple Cultural Celebration
* LDS Church missionary from Utah dies while serving in Sweden
* Church Continues to Monitor Mormon Missionary Safety in Ukraine
* 23 Mormon missionaries in Ukraine transferred due to 'civil unrest'
* New York Times takes in-depth look at effects of missionary age change on Mormon women
* Typhoon Haiyan recovery
* New Mission Presidents to Begin Serving in July of 2014
* President Uchtdorf: Viewing Dead Sea Scrolls “a Rare Privilege”
* LDS Business College alumnae making a difference in her home country of Romania
* Panelist: Internet has revolutionized Mormon feminism
* Know any Mormon Paralympic athletes competing in the Winter Games?
* Wandering Boulder of Capitol Reef Found After 50-Year Odyssey
3/1
* Mormon Representatives Discuss Church Humanitarian Efforts at the United Nations
* Parents Can Boost Power of “Come, Follow Me” at Home
* “Princess Bride” star joins cast of BYUtv series “Granite Flats”
* LDS Church News articles
* Genealogy: US military records from World War II and earlier can help family historians
* Does Mormon modesty mantra reduce women to sex objects?
* Event to launch Life Story Library Foundation
2/28
* Missionary siblings speak out after family dies of carbon monoxide poisoning
* Utah teen's life and legacy inspires Imagine Dragons to create foundation
* Young Mormons will celebrate new Gilbert temple with song and dance before its formal dedication
* Elder Oaks Gives Three Ways Believers Can Be Witnesses of God
* 111 Main Street tower has new developer
* Members Provide Relief for Flood Victims in England
* Mormons chime in against Arizona’s religious-freedom bill
* Kirby: This Mormon won’t worry about ‘becoming like God’
* LDS artists featured in SLC exhibit on 'Everyday Daughters of God'
* Defending the Faith: Maybe the firing squad was on your side
* LDS Business College’s Intervention Program Is a Blessing
* LDS Slider Is a “Feel-Good” Story at Winter Games
* Mormons in the Olympics: 3 medals for LDS athletes at the Winter Games
* 'Honor Park' hopes to teach values through media
2/27
* Love, concern pours in for Mormon missionaries who lost family to CO poisoning; funeral set
* LDS Church Web page details doctrine on 'becoming like God'
* FBI offers $5K reward to help catch LDS meetinghouse vandals
* Reward offered in Mormon vandalism cases in Idaho
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | 26 February 2014
* Elder Maxwell: A Disciple of Jesus Christ
* Over 100 Mormons Send Letter to Gov. Brewer and Legislators, Ask for Veto of Discriminatory Bill
* Mormon church food security: Fundamental to LDS, preparing for tough times
* Montana, Wyoming among states with highest concentration of Mormons
* After Utah, which states are the most Mormon?
* Survey: LDS, Catholics remain ‘unfriendly’ to LGBT
* LDS woman shares trials, testimony through viral blog post
* Army, faith helped push Mormon bobsledder Chris Fogt to Olympic success
* Kenny Rogers, Mormon Tabernacle Choir join 2014 Deer Valley Music Festival
* Inmates stay busy at Davis County Jail with Mormon name indexing
* ‘The Book of Mormon’ on stage plays for laughs, but in reality being missionary is hard work
2/26
* At BYU-Idaho, Elder Oaks calls LDS members, 'believers everywhere' to action as 'witnesses of God'
* Mormon Apostle: Believers Should Join Together to Defend Free Exercise of Faith
* Mormon Church Leader Speaks About Joseph Smith during Missouri Legal Gathering
* Interfaith Group Prays for Drought Relief
* Rain Follows Prayer and Fasting by Members in California
* Despite Incarceration, Liberty Jail Experience “Freed” Joseph Smith
* Essay explains Mormon teaching on ‘becoming like God’
* 6 in 10 Utah residents identify as Mormon
* Moment: Reflecting on the Armenian Exodus
* Mohler returns to BYU, says Mormons, evangelicals 'may go to jail together' sooner than he thought
* Mormon Parenting: Families as the cause — all else as effect
* Record preservation missionaries needed to archive records
* Volunteers lend hand in Columbia County Day of Service
* Kings working to buy out Jimmer Fredette’s contract
* A very different type of calling: Meet the 999 paramedic turned Mormon bishop
* Army, faith helped push Mormon bobsledder Chris Fogt to Olympic success
* Mormons in the Olympics: 4-man bobsled
2/25
* Family found dead from suspected CO poisoning
* Two LDS missionaries heading home after family dies from CO poisoning
* California Mormons and neighbors fast and pray during drought, receive rain
* LDS Apostle visited Tonga
* YouTube, A Resource For Pre-Missionaries
* Enrollment is down but expected to recover
* LDS Church makes Gospel Library app easier to use
* Viewpoint: Never Give Up - Noelle Pikus-Pace
* For 2 women, family history research results in a joyful reunion
* Salt Lake father-son team on 'The Amazing Race' takes 3rd in race's first leg
* Mormon 'Food Network' star's new cookbook teaches kitchen essentials
* 'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua defends controversial parenting style, new book in Q&A
* Duo now on a different kind of mission
2/23-2/24
* Elder Andersen to Address Seminary and Institute Personnel
* Announcement of Newly Called Mission Presidents
* Call for LDS Paralympians
* BYU play to salute early black Mormon with a nearly all black cast
* Current, future BYU basketball players heading out on missions
* LGBT Mormons share their struggles
* The Atlantic Partners With Mormon-Owned Deseret News For Series On American Fatherhood
2/22
* Mormon Volunteers Building Homes for Typhoon Haiyan Victims
* LDS Church encourages Utahns to attend local caucus meetings
* Powder at LDS Church Office Building tests negatively for threat
* Photo gallery of Gilbert Arizona Temple on Mormon Newsroom
* Standard Works: Early Mormon leader Pratt claimed knowledge of a spirit world
* Genealogy: Bring ancestors to life with photographs
* LDS Church News articles
* Mormon church scoops up land in Mesa's Eastmark
* Therapists to gather in Utah to discuss homosexuality in Mormon faith
* Provo couple builds LDS music sharing site for up-and-coming artists

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