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

9/19
* President Eyring Visits Branch on St. Thomas in Wake of Hurricane Irma
* Round 2: Hurricane Maria expected to hit Puerto Rico, Caribbean region this week
* Why some Mormons in Jacksonville wore jeans and T-shirts to church
* Viewpoint: The Importance of Religious Freedom
* LDS 'America's Got Talent' contestant Evie Clair to compete in finals
* BYU well brings water to 23 countries, President Eyring visits Caribbean
* Project Linus makes blankets for hurricane victims
* Arizona man gets prison term for threatening Mormons in Utah
* Mormons are among the few who want less federally protected land. Their history explains why
* 'Unmasking Mormonism' in Texas and Florida
9/17-9/18
* Renovated MTC in the Philippines is 'a launching pad' for sharing the gospel across Asia
* “Carry On,” President Eyring Tells Son Preparing for Inauguration as BYU–Idaho President
* In Florida, an LDS meetinghouse goes from a house of survival to a house of service
* Mormon meetinghouse a shelter for Mexico earthquake victims; Elder Pieper visits
* Church Offering Relief, Support in Aftermath of Deadly Quake in Southern Mexico
* Wisconsin fans stunned by their treatment at BYU game
* Mormons in devastated St. Thomas looking out for each other amid dire water, power shortages
* 2018 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth, and Adults
* Counseling Together as a Quorum Is Key to New Program for Young Men
* Charles Dickens on the Mormons
* Mormon Church, Homes Spared in El Cajon Crash-Landing of Piper Warrior II
* Community Food Drive Stuffs Food Bank Shelves
* Early Morning Seminary
* Food drive re-stocks Friends in Need
* LDS volunteers lend a hand around Billings Saturday
* Arizona man gets prison term for threatening Mormons in Utah
* Straining to Hear Each Sunday? Meetinghouse Listening Devices Dramatically Improve Participation
* Mormon Mentions: Evie Clair tweets about father's funeral, Elizabeth Smart talks sheltering victims
9/15-9/16
* Church offering relief, support in aftermath of deadly quake in southern Mexico
* Lightning strikes St. George Tabernacle, starts blaze
* General Young Women leader, Sister Carol F. McConkie, talks about 'bringing camp home'
* Photos: C.R. England to deliver Bishops' Storehouse relief supplies to help those impacted by Hurricane Irma
* Alex Boye drops a new music video dedicated to Hurricane Harvey victims
* Sterling man in Houston for LDS mission learns the significance of serving those in need
* New program for 14- to 18-year-old LDS young men requires 'counseling together,' says Young Men leaders
* Nationwide Conference in Korea Strengthens Faith of Single Adults and Young Single Adults
* BYU President Presents Elder Rasband with Game Ball from Utah Game
* Defending the Faith: Evidence of 23 New Testament political figures outside of the Bible
* Victim of Barcelona terrorist attack was member of the LDS Church
* Police catch 'rock bandits' after LDS chapel vandalism around Salt Lake County
9/14
* Elder David A. Bednar Tells Young Adults to Become a “Welding Link” in Family Chain
* The Presidents Eyring: A father and son share charge, title
* Project Eternity marriage conference geared to strengthen relationships
* Gay brother of Mormon apostle shares his spiritual journey
* Utah women seek to bridge gender leadership gaps
* 11-Year-Old Gets Addicted to FamilySearch
* Kickstarter Campaign for a Book of Mormon Movie
9/13
* Faith Key to Rebounding from Refugee Status, Apostle Says
* 'From persecution to integration': Elder Holland speaks at Windsor Conference Mormon refugee experience
* LDS Church rolls 2 dozen more trucks of aid to Texas
* President Nelson’s 93rd Birthday Is an “Ordinary Day of Work”
* Elder Ronald A. Rasband receives game ball during BYU vs. Utah rivalry game
* Brandon Flowers talks Mormonism with Rolling Stone
* Mormon church, Utah senators lend their support to bakers refusing to make cake for gay weddings
* Gentri, Osmonds, John Bytheway to appear at Family Roots Expo
* Local Leaders Can Get Family History Report through LCR on LDS.org
* Christina Perri, Ella Henderson, 'America's Got Talent' send love and prayers to Evie Clair after father's death
9/12
* While Irma raged, 11,000 Mormon volunteers worked to save Texas homes
* Many 'helping hands' — Mormons and others — make light work after hurricane hits Texas
* The day after: Mormons in Florida taking stock of Irma's wrath
* Timeline of key Latter-day Saint events in the Philippines
* Elder Stevenson Returns to the South Pacific, This Time as an Apostle
* Learn about and Appreciate Others’ Beliefs, Elder Andersen Tells Institute Students at ASU
* Utahn who survived Irma while vacationing on St. Thomas raises money for island's Mormon church congregation
* Food drive surpasses goal
* UTubers: 9/11 tribute, The Piano Guys live, BYU Vocal Point
* 'Vamos, Utes!' Elder Covey sends a video message to his Utah football teammates
* For Cancer Survivors, Serving in the Bishops’ Storehouse a Respite from Illness
9/10-9/11
* Philippines reaches major Mormon milestone: 100 stakes
* Church leaders who have lived, served in the Philippines praise members, milestone
* Faith Counts Announces Video Contest Winners in Nashville
* Christlike discipleship requires doing charity
* BYU football: Vandals caught red-handed painting U logos on cougar statue
* Wellsville Sham Battle draws criticism, debate over history
* Tom Holmoe, Steve Young discuss BYU athletics, Honor Code and football's importance at leadership conference
* Mormon volunteers from across the country help clean out homes in SETX following Harvey
* Amid stinging rivalry loss, BYU found its featured running back
9/8-9/9
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson visits Oceania, South Pacific
* UPDATE: Mormon Helping Hands Lifts Hearts in Wind Damaged South Texas
* Parents Name Baby Born during Hurricane and Flooding Noah Harvey
* Want to Motivate Struggling Youth? Work to Understand and Love Them, Therapist Says
* Study Shows Thinking Your Wife Is a “Spender” Increases Marital Stress
* Speaker Shares 7 Steps to Becoming More Like the Savior
* Speakers Share Study Pattern and Tools Parents Can Use to “Unfold” the Scriptures for Children
* Evie Clair's father dies following daughter's advancement to 'America's Got Talent' finale
* Mormon mother excels as author after surviving cancer
* LDS web document sheds light on Caribbean efforts for emergencies like Irma
* Defending the Faith: 'To Seek the Law of the Lord' essay collection about scriptures, scholarship
* Church feeds almost 250 people during soup kitchen
* Sandy Bishops' Storehouse volunteers serve despite health challenges, disabilities
* Mormon mental performance coach Justin Su'a talks balancing faith, family, football and Fenway
9/7
* Church Releases Statement on Hurricane Irma
* Worldwide devotional for young adults, general conference and other LDS Church events happening in September
* YU Professor and Popular Author Explains 6 Ways Christ’s Grace Saves Us
* LDS scholar recognized by Supreme Court
* LDS teen Evie Clair applauded for her 'gutsy' and 'stunning' performance as her father's health declines to critical condition
* Utah filmmaker nearing Kickstarter goal for short concept movie featuring Book of Mormon war chapters
* Early excursions in LDS Church history brought festivities, instruction
* Why We Stay: What the History of Mormonism Reveals About the Origins of “Race”
* LDS Church invites public to tour new Meridian temple this fall
* Mormon women at work: Navigating cultural pressures around career, family and faith
* Mormon fireballer has stint in majors
* Seminary, institute attendance prepares youth for life
9/4-9/6
* Inauguration set for new BYU-Idaho president, new exhibit to feature art of President Henry B. Eyring
* BYU Devotional Schedule Includes 5 General Authorities, Political Experts
* Elder David A. Bednar releases new book about the principle and spiritual pattern of 'One By One'
* Don’t Blame God for Life’s Challenges and Losses, LDS Therapist Says
* 10 LDS general conference addresses commemorate Mother Teresa
* Send it in: Mission reunion notices
* Mormon violinist Lindsey Stirling joins cast of ABC's 'Dancing With The Stars'
* BYU Athletic Director Talks Cougar Sports at Education Week
* We're having a baby, send the truck: A remarkable story from Hurricane Harvey
9/1-9/3
* Mormon meetinghouse to become Harvey cleanup command center
* 7 Ways You Can Help with Hurricane Harvey Relief
* Family wary about returning to Texas in Harvey's wake
* Harvey responders from Utah receive thanks, recall Katrina
* A.M. notes: LDS ward helps with Harvey cleanup, Texas residents told to 'get out or die,' Mormon mother recovers from heroin addiction
* Picture this: Utahns help Houston, and look up at the solar eclipse
* Church Leaders Deliver First Book of Mormon in Nepali to Nepal
* LDS content now available in over 100 languages
* Church Acquires More Fragments of Original Book of Mormon Manuscript
* Musical to missionary: How Broadway's 'The Book of Mormon' led teen to serve LDS mission
* LDS Church Members Help Mudslide Victims in Sierra Leone
* My most influential teacher: 'Being taught by my own son'
* 5 LDS artists hit top 10 on this week's Billboard Classical Crossover chart
* Defending the Faith: 'Why Science Does Not Disprove God'
* Fallen LDS soldier remembered for his patriotism and endless energy
* BYU business school changes its name, adds seven majors
* Mormon church helping victims of flood-ravaged West African nation
* Hot, dry and full of religious folks — new art show draws parallels between Saudi Arabia and Utah
* A Brief Introduction To Mormon Urbanism
8/31
* KSL hope for Houston
* LDS student body president organizes food, clothing drive for Harvey evacuees
* Texas LDS meetinghouse becomes shelter, boat command center
* 'From here, we rebuild': Texans prepare for arduous cleanup process
* Mormons in Sierra Leone help deliver supplies following recent mudslide
* Latter-day Saint Congregations in Freetown Clean Connaught Hospital
* Thousands Attend 2017 BYU Campus Education Week
* Salt Lake City will require commercial building owners to report energy scores
* Volunteers step up to help clean up their community park
* 'God did not do this to us': LDS couple shares messages of hope on social media after son hit by SUV
* LDS Church History Department announces newly acquired fragments of original Book of Mormon manuscript
* Brad R. Wilcox describes 6 ways Christ's grace saves us
* This Place in History: Joseph Smith Birthplace, Part 1
* Financial woes: working together as a couple to prevent financial conflict
* LDS students prepare for Early Morning Seminary as school year starts
8/30
* A young Mormon mom's Harvey evacuation story of fear, sadness and neighborly love
* BYU fall semester devotional schedule includes 5 general authorities, political experts
* Fall BYU speakers: Obama strategist David Axelrod, Elders Ballard and Christofferson
* Senior missionaries 'needed, blessed, loved,' Missionary Department says
* Texas LDS meetinghouse becomes shelter, boat command center
* A.M. notes: BYU switches stadiums for LSU game, Houston LDS Temple floods, Trump responds to North Korea
* Talking Cougar sports with BYU AD Tom Holmoe
* 'Happy Face': LDS stand-up comedian Ryan Hamilton gets his own special on Netflix
* Musical artists set to talk 'Face to Face' with LDS youth
* Tribune Editorial: An honorable truce at BYU
* Utah artist serving families of deceased LDS missionaries
8/29
* UPDATE: Latest on Hurricane Harvey Impact
* Social media posts show flood waters around Mormon Temple in Houston
* Open house set for the Cedar City temple
* Utah artist serving families of deceased LDS missionaries
* Couple counsels on retaining faith through trials at BYU Education Week
* Mormons Support Catholic Efforts to Relieve Hunger in Tahiti
* UTubers: Slicing open NBA Kevin Durant's shoes, Hale Center Theater sneak peek
8/27-8/28
* LDS Church announces the 'Come, Follow Me' adult curriculum
* How to define LDS Church doctrine: BYU Professor Anthony R. Sweat offers these 4 guidelines
* 'When Heaven Feels Distant': BYU professor speaks on how to endure trials
* Church announces dates of 2018 events
* Church Leaders Present Family History to Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts
* Elder Robbins Tells BYU Education Week Participants to “Be Responsible”
* ‘Indescribably brave’: Monticello soldier's family remembers the love, patriotism that defined his life
* How Faith Creates Lifelong Learners
* Latter Day Saints Members Do Community Service
* Man who posed as LDS general authority gets 5 years of probation
* Hurricane Harvey likely forcing LSU-BYU game to move from Houston
* Denver Snuffer’s offshoot is drawing away Mormons with the mantra: God can talk to you, too. But will these freewheeling fellowships last?
* Ex-Mormon bishop pleads guilty to abusing boys in his ward
* Mormon Mentions: Lindsey Stirling performs in Chile, Book of Mormon translated into 111 languages
8/25-8/26
* Elder Cook addresses 'faith, family, religious freedom'
* Elder Robert D. Hales celebrates 85th birthday; take this quiz to see how much you know about his life
* Abraham Lincoln’s Efforts to Save Constitution Helped Restoration, Says Education Week Speaker
* Many Struggles with Faith Are Based on Mormon Culture, Not Doctrine, Professor Says
* Church leaders visit Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts
* Events at Nauvoo Pageant
* The Nauvoo Pageant experience blesses visitors as well as performers
* It takes a village of volunteers to produce the Nauvoo Pageant
* Auditions Announced for 2017 “Savior of the World” in Salt Lake City
* Evie Clair's father reacts to news that his daughter will advance on 'America's Got Talent'
* Single Mormon men over 30, divorcees now can officiate temple ordinances
* Defending the Faith: 'Archaeology, Relics and Book of Mormon Belief'
* Colorful Washington State coach Mike Leach says he still reads the Bible and Book of Mormon
* Art Exhibition Connects Saudi Arabian and Latter-day Saints Experiences
* Sister Neill F. Marriott shares ideas of how to initiate gospel conversations with peers
* Helping our neighbors' children
* Charity opens apartments for families in need in Spokane Valley
8/24
* Access Gospel Content in Over 100 Languages on Redesigned LDS.org Language Pages
* Apostle Discusses Religious Freedom with Vanuatu Leaders
* How an LDS Man Related to a Prophet and Apostle Left Mormonism, Found Buddhism, and Became Mormon Again
* What 21 Famous People Have Said About Mormons
* Parents of fallen Utah Guardsman say he died doing what he wanted to do
* LDS teen Evie Clair leaves judges speechless on 'America's Got Talent'
* The male to female ratio: Author of 'Date-onomics' discusses how to increase your odds in the LDS dating scene in podcast
* Jello, funeral potatoes and rolls top list of 'Mormon foods,' according to Deseret News readers
8/23
* 170 years ago today: Mormon Tabernacle Choir created less than a month after pioneers' arrival
* LDS golf legend Johnny Miller will redesign golf course where Mormon Battalion once camped
* Psychology professor examines crises of faith at BYU Education Week
* Taking responsibility for one's own life brings power, BYU Education Week participants told
* BYU Campus Education Week: Abraham Lincoln and the Restoration of the gospel
* LDS author Randal Wright explores the power electronic media has to build or destroy at BYU Education Week
* UTubers: 'Studio C,' the Gardiner Sisters and Rob Landes release new videos
* August 23, 1970: The First Mormon "Stake" in West Virginia is Organized in Charleston
* Members of Latter Day Saints engage in community service
8/22
* Church History Moment: President Monson Remembered Forgotten Saints in East Germany
* President Thomas S. Monson celebrates 90th birthday; take this quiz to see how much you know about his life
* President Nelson Shows Nebraska Governor His Roots
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites August 21, 2017
* Elder Donald L. Hallstrom Tells BYU Graduates to Seek a Balanced Life
* Jubilee Marks 50 Years from Book of Mormon Chiasmus Discovery
* BYU Education Week Participants Have Opportunity to Tour Newly Renovated Provo MTC
* 5 LDS musicians to talk, perform in 'Face to Face' event
* Funeral details announced for Utah soldier killed in Afghanistan
* Education Week: The power to see God
* Oasis Home For Boys in Robin Hills receives a makeover
8/20-8/21
* BYU Education Week participants have opportunity to tour newly renovated Provo MTC
* Hal Boyd: Chiasmus, a columnist and conviction in the Book of Mormon
* Chickasaw Indian nation gives Hall of Fame medallion
* Nine years later, LDS Charities wheelchair still keeps man mobile in India village
* Music and the Spoken Word: Maturity is more than years
* Top high school QB recruit gets mission advice from BYU's Tanner Mangum
* Larry Pressler: I will be pursuing two passions in India this September
* 5-star QB Tanner McKee will be worth a two-year recruiting delay
* Mormon Mentions: FedEx tweets about Brad and Hailey Devine's service trip
8/18-8/19
* Seven Mormons killed in Sierra Leone mudslide
* Family members of President Monson share memories, lessons in honor of prophet's 90th birthday
* Church leaders offer birthday tributes to President Thomas S. Monson
* President Monson's 90th birthday: Looking back on the teachings of the prophet
* What gift does President Monson want for his 90th birthday? 'Do something for someone else'
* Elder Donald L. Hallstrom tells BYU grads to seek 'a balanced life'
* 2017 BYU Campus Education Week
* Thousands ready to flock to Provo for 95th annual BYU Education Week
* Defending the Faith: 'More things in heaven and earth'
* Members, missionaries celebrate new Missionary Training Center in Ghana
* Family identifies Utah soldier killed in Afghanistan as Aaron Butler
* Mormon historians battle Trump in friend-of-the-court brief
8/17
* Update: Church issues follow-up statement about its position on racism
* Curious East Coast looking forward to open house after Washington DC Temple renovation
* First Ever Book of Mormon War Epic Hits Kickstarter
* Q and A: Imagine Dragons' lead singer Dan Reynolds talks music, Mormons and more
* Picturing history: Ha'alaufuli chapel site, Tonga
* The Day Elvis Presley Attended Early-Morning Seminary
* BYU football: Austin Hoyt fending off strong competition along the offensive front
8/16
* LDS Church issues statement condemning 'white supremacist attitudes'
* Black Mormons applaud as LDS Church condemns white supremacy as ‘morally wrong and sinful‘
* NBA star Jabari Parker addresses Salt Lake City anti-racism rally. Here's what he said (+video)
* India Independence day brings calls to end religious violence
* LDS Church issues statement of support for LGBTQ concert event
* LDS Women Leaders Attend Multi-Faith Meeting Supporting Foster Care
* Family History Moment: Finding the Puzzle Pieces of Family
* Twila Van Leer: The story of Kaysville's early families includes determination, grit
* High-climbing painter talks maintenance on Logan LDS Temple
* Los Angeles Angels Host 20th Annual Mormon Family Night
* Former 'Amazing Race' winner Connor O'Leary joins with high school best friend to create new adventure bag
* New lawsuits allege Mormon church failed to protect children
* Utah County ballot blunder causes confusion at polls
* Texoma-area congregations provide on-going tornado recovery in Canton area
8/15
* Elder Hallstrom to speak at BYU graduation Thursday
* Elder David A. Bednar to speak at Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* LDS Business College Set to Inaugurate 13th President, Bruce C. Kusch, in October
* Faith leaders call for peace in the aftermath of Charlottesville protesting
* God Speaks to Us in Ways We Can Understand, FairMormon Speaker Says
* Emeritus General Authority Carlos H. Amado now answers to 'Bishop'
* Clarkston Pageant, Concerts in the Park and other Church events coming up
* GOP congressional primary may be too close to call
* UTubers: Claire Crosby's reaction to new baby, Peter Hollens opens up about mental illness
* Mormon Temple Will Allow Visitors For The First Time In Decades
8/13-8/14
* Tucson Arizona Temple Is Dedicated
* Amid desert grandeur, President Uchtdorf dedicates Tucson Arizona Temple
* Church Issues Statement on Situation in Charlottesville, Virginia
* 7 tips for doing family history when it seems 'there's nothing left to do'
* Faith in America: Elvis and his American trilogy of baptisms
* Understanding the refugee crisis: 25 million worldwide, but it comes down to the one
* New stake presidents
* For Doomsday Preppers, the End of the World Is Good for Business
* Music and the Spoken Word: Don't believe everything you think
* Mormons in space: Sci-fi or no lie?
* Julianne Hough takes a fun girls' trip with her high school besties on a cruise
8/11-8/12
* LDS women leaders discuss importance of strengthening families
* Members today can learn from early British Latter-day Saints, said Elder Ballard
* Blind 103-year-old woman keeps crowd laughing in Preston
* Utah man wrongly accused of drugging officer gets $50K
* Community invited to attend festival showcasing Latin American costumes, music, food
* Following in their ancestors’ footsteps
* The Osmond family’s Leeds charity gala
* Defending the Faith: Does art always accurately reflect history?
8/10
* Statement from Elder James Hamula's brother-in-law regarding excommunication
* 'Providing hope': LDS female leaders support children in foster care
* LDS Business College set to inaugurate 13th president, Bruce C. Kusch
* Forbes holds up Mormon couple's multimillion-dollar business as prime example of bootstrapping
* First-Ever Micronesian Pioneer Trek Presents Missionary Opportunity for Pohnpeian Youth
* Complete journal series, 150 new documents and more added to JosephSmithPapers.org
* Local Church Teaches Hands on History Lesson to Kids
* Why strong Mormon women stay in the church
* kids helping
8/9
* Another MTC open house — this one at the LDS Church's new Ghana Missionary Training Center
* State to pay $4.5 million to buy Deseret Industries thrift store from Mormon church for homeless shelter
* Mormon Women Leaders Discuss Need for Stronger Families
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites August 8, 2017
* Would-be Mormon Olympian reflects on stepping away from the sport she loves and the faith that got her through
* LDS graduate student posts blog touting 10 habits that will help boys become men
* Local Mormons plan cleanup event
* Historic Contributions Small Part of President Boyd K. Packer’s Family History Legacy
* History Skills Can Strengthen Study of Book of Mormon Witnesses, Speaker Says
* Family History Moment: Woman’s 2-Year Search Finally Yields Answers
* Seek Spiritual Guidance When Doing Family History, Says Speaker
* First-ever Micronesian pioneer trek presents missionary opportunity for Pohnpeian youth
* Mormon sculptor/former BYU athlete remains a familiar figure at NFL Hall of Fame
8/8
* Recent study confirms LDS leaders' teachings that prayers strengthen marriage
* Church of Latter Day Saints donates eye equipment worth $247,000 to Health Ministry
* UTubers: La La Land remake, 'I Am a Child of God' recorded in Mayan
* The Church urged to assist develop the nation
* FairMormon speaker: What difference does religious faith make?
* UTubers: La La Land remake, 'I Am a Child of God' recorded in Mayan
* Elder Gary E. Stevenson celebrated 62nd birthday on Sunday; take this quiz to see how much you know about his life
8/6-8/7
* Elder and Sister Renlund Talk With Mormon Youth in Africa
* U.K. Mormons renew British Pageant with Elder Ballard in the audience
* Making a 'different' LDS movie with "TREK"
* Mormon Mentions: David Archuleta announces new extended play, Lexi Walker to sing at BYU-Idaho's Christmas concert
* 10-year-old LDS gymnast wins national award
* Celebrating 150 years of Cove Fort
* New stake presidents
8/4-8/5
* First Presidency announces rededication dates for Jordan River Utah Temple
* More colleges should consider the BYU-I model and put education first
* Historic contributions only a small part of late President Boyd K. Packer's temple and family history legacy
* The LDS 'giant' I overlooked who penned 'Let Us Oft Speak Kind Words' and 'Choose the Right'
* ‘Ode to Joy’: Jenny Oaks Baker recounts miraculous recovery of stolen cello in Italy
* Defending the Faith: King Mosiah and human equality
* Modern sacrifice carries on pioneer legacy
* Mormon service teams assist Heritage Square Museum
* LDS netters focus on nationals
* 'The room was full of angels': LDS parents thank God for healing 3-year-old daughter post drowning
* BYU football: The so-called ‘Returned Missionary Advantage’
8/3
* Spirit and power available to those who do family history, speaker says
* Church Members Find Different Ways to Honor Pioneer Heritage
* The LDS Museum of Church History and Art has roots as the Salt Lake Museum and Menagerie
* Huffington Post says Mormons could've kept Trump from reaching the White House but they didn't
* Teens need to know they are enough just the way they are
* Lawmakers OK LDS church's top lobbyist to run Legislature office
* When Missionaries Were Required to Have Beards (and Why It Changed)
8/2
* Elder and Sister Renlund to speak 'Face to Face' with LDS youth in Ghana
* LDS missionary from Ogden honored to serve in Guatemala where his father died
* JustServe Partners Celebrated at Padres Game in San Diego’s Petco Park
* Church Announces 2018 Mutual Theme for Youth
* Dodger Stadium Hosts 2017 Mormon Night
* Welfare Moment: The Value of a Chocolate Coin
* New Stakes and Stake Presidencies Announced in July 2017
* BYU-Idaho's new brand: 'student focused by design'
* Fruita: a 'tasty' testament to Mormon grit, industry
* Oldest branch of church founded in Lancashire
8/1
* BYU-Idaho Education Week shows upward growth
* Elder Holland withdraws Church News missionary story
* BYU Creates Willy Wonka-Style Contest After Celebrating 20 Years as No. 1 "Stone-Cold Sober" University
* Local church's rededication to signal end of renovations following Great Flood
* L.D.S. donate to Samoa Social Welfare
* MLB pitcher and LDS returned missionary Jeremy Guthrie announces retirement in Players' Tribune
* LDS Family's Beautiful Acapella Arrangement of "A Child's Prayer"
7/30-7/31
* Mormon Newsroom: The ins and outs of the MTC missionary experience
* Apostle Opens Black Church Leadership Summit
* Elder Ballard Dedicates New Days of ’47 Arena at Utah State Fair Park
* Church's Exhibits and Leaders at 2017 National Scout Jamboree Give Scouts Spiritual Boost
* Mormon Mentions: Piano Guys' cover Ed Sheeran, Elder Rasband's advice on how to strengthen marriage
* Mormon teen from Utah to compete in national motocross event
* Replacing 'Automatic Andy' won't be easy, but two Utah kickers are looking forward to the challenge
* Police in southern Utah seek vandals after three churches tagged with graffiti
7/28-7/29
* 'Heart-bumps' felt at the 2017 Scout jamboree
* Can't attend the Provo MTC Open House? Don't worry, we've got you covered
* New Provo MTC facilities draw on past experience to introduce new learning atmosphere
* “With the Lord We Can Do Anything,” Says Primary Leader Sister Christina B. Franco
* Friends remember couples killed in I-15 plane crash as generous, inspirational
* Church members honor pioneer ancestors in unique ways
* JustServe partners celebrated at Petco Park
* Dodger Stadium hosts 2017 Mormon Night
* Three churches collaborate to help homeless
* LDS performers Chelsie Hightower and Rob Landes collaborate on musical tribute to Linkin Park's Chester Bennington
* Mormon teen from Utah to compete in national motocross event
* Place of worship targeted by vandals
7/27
* LDS Church releases photos, videos of expanded MTC
* Mormon leader tells Black Leadership Summit that religious liberty means 'fairness for all'
* Mormon church’s lobbyist is Utah Legislature’s choice to lead its research office
* Visit to Logan Tabernacle warms hearts
* Foundations that support faith are being marginalized in a secular world, Elder Cook tells Seymour Institute
* Savaii L.D.S. donates for children’s welfare
* Evie Clair advances on 'America's Got Talent' with 'special' performance
* Defending the Faith: The problem of beauty
* 2 Weber County couples killed in plane crash on I-15
7/26
* This is why Provo ranks among the most-educated cities
* Mormon pioneer video puts trek into perspective
* A.M. notes: LDS Church 'going forward' with BSA move, Trump attacks Sessions on Twitter, Phelps races a shark
* Ogden names 1st Hispanic Pioneer Day parade marshals
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites July 25, 2017
* Welfare moment: 'These stakes are a place of refuge'
* New Fairpark arena needs $761,000 in heating, ventilation, other amenities
* New stake presidents
* One of the 'Sistas in Zion' tweets her thoughts on people who leave the LDS faith
7/25
* Months of hard work pay off big for Days of '47 float makers and crowds
* Utahns gather to celebrate pioneer heritage at Days of '47 Parade
* LDS Church's top lobbyist a candidate to head up crucial legislative office
* How the Mormon church is embracing young N.J. adults
* Young Men Leaders Give 3 Ways to Implement Activity Program Replacing Scouting
* Sneak peek of LDS teen Evie Clair's latest performance on 'America's Got Talent' catches viewers' attention before episode airs
* Family of former BYU player finds faith, friendship following wasp attack
7/23-7/24
* Primary children, community members celebrate 'Visions of New Horizons' during annual Days of '47 Youth Parade
* Temple Square Documentary Streaming Free Pioneer Day Weekend
* The past celebrations (and one protest) of Pioneer Day
* Inauguration of BYU-Idaho President Henry J. Eyring set for Sept. 19
* LDS Church 'going forward' with alternative to Scouting for older teens
* Utahns used to go crazy over the Days of ’47 queen
* LDS missionaries in Centerville help with stake's goal to expand humanitarian service projects
* Mormon Mentions: David Archuleta, LDS general authorities testify of God, reality of eternity
* You don’t have to believe in the Mormon faith to admire the people who crossed the plains
* Danny Ainge Gets Dunked On By His Son
7/21-7/22
* Russian court rules against deportation of Mormon volunteers
* Elder Robert D. Hales Honored as Pioneer of Progress
* Series Remembers Mormon Pioneers for Their Legacy of Faith
* Seek to “Please God,” Seventy Encourages BYU–Idaho Graduates
* Miracles Helped Pioneers Overcome Obstacles, Move Forward with Faith
* Discovery of pioneer journal sheds light on Temple Square mystery
* LDS Miss Utah judges take stage with number from Broadway musical 'Wicked'
* Defending the Faith: Even without gills, we need oceans
* New Primary general presidency member Sister Cristina B. Franco knows 'With the Lord we can do anything'
* Women's auxiliary leaders give instruction on caring for missionaries' needs
* Young Men general presidency offers suggestions to implement new activity program to replace Scouting for teachers and priests
* Working across faiths, three churches shift 200 beds for homeless families
* Artist combines pop-art and LDS culture into artwork
* LDS Church celebrates 75 years in Elko
7/20
* 5 graphics that show the growth of the LDS Church over 180 years in England
* Face to Face with Elder and Sister Renlund (Regional)
* Use JustServe Website or App to Find Service Opportunities Near You
* Face to Face with Musical Artists
* LDS World: 'Rolling forth the kingdom of God' — Remembering three LDS pioneer stories that showed their devotion, sacrifice
* Elder Ballard dedicates new Days of '47 Arena at Utah State Fair Park
* Days of '47 Rodeo dedicates new arena at Fair Park as riders seek money, gold medals
7/19
* Elder Holland Shares Family Pioneer Stories with Sons and Daughters of Utah Pioneers
* Sister Carol F. McConkie: Young Women Can Extend Love to All Who Feel They “Don’t Belong”
* New Temple President Called to Baton Rouge Temple before Renovation
* Pioneer Conversion Stories Tell of Healing, Faith, Integrity
* The LDS Church celebrates 180 years in England
* Pioneer youth, miracles, faith commemorated 170 years after first arrival
* BYU-Idaho grads told to 'please God'
* Utah family of 6 siblings competed on 'American Ninja Warrior'
* BYU-Idaho Family History Center closing today after more than 50 years
* BYU-I fires adjunct professor after Facebook post about LGBT pride
7/18
* Pioneer Day events, Church history pageants and other events this week
* Float builders share their 'visions' in Pioneer Day parade
* Sister Elaine Dalton champions 'run to Zion' at Ogden Pioneer Days Devotional
* Church Begins Filming Book of Mormon Videos
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Holding Auditions
* How 'America's Got Talent' contestant Evie Clair stays strong in LDS faith
* Recently ordained Catholic priest says his faith journey started with visit by two Mormon missionaries
* Deseret Industries helps bring hope to desperate Sioux reservation
* Divine Missions: How eLearning is Transforming Religious Education
7/15-7/17
* Groundbreaking announced for Haiti's first LDS temple
* Alex Boyé Sings With Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* LDS educators association launched at Provo conference
* Music and the Spoken Word: The myth of fairness
* Students safe after deadly terrorist attack 1 mile from BYU Jerusalem Center
* It’s no longer Sunday best for the Church of England
* BYU Pathway program turning heads in world of online education and technology
* Mormonism’s Russia dilemma: How to grow a fledgling faith with missionaries who can’t do missionary work
* Drone discovered on top of LDS temple in Draper; raises questions of airspace rules
* Life-size replica of Tabernacle of Moses on display in Saline
7/13-7/14
* New pioneer exhibit invites visitors to explore 'adventure of the journey' west
* It's not 'The Movie' — nor will Book of Mormon videos give a nod to location theories, either
* Twila Van Leer: A matriarch's observations, words to her family as they celebrate Independence Day
* Picturing history: Mormon Trail Center at historic Winter Quarters
* BYU professor: 'Women are meant to receive direct spiritual revelation'
* Family History Event Brings California Lawmakers Together for Juneteenth Celebration
* World Renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir holding auditions
* USA Today Poll: LDS Church’s Polynesian Cultural Center ranks No. 1 Hawaii attraction
* How faith groups help expose the 'hidden figure of crime'
7/12
* Provo MTC Open House ticket reservations now available to public
* Elder and Sister Stevenson: Leaders Will Be Blessed to Balance Family, Mission Responsibilities
* Interactive Pioneer Trails Exhibit Opens at Church History Museum
* Church History Tells Stories of Extraordinary Pioneer Youth
* Church helps clean up flooded town, rebuild library
* Sister Reyna I. Aburto: New Relief Society leader says the gospel was something she didn't know she needed
* West Lethbridge fire leaves several seniors homeless, many more displaced
* Camp Tuhikaramea Offers Members in New Zealand a Unique Camping Experience
* Mormon Newsroom United Kingdom offers a glimpse into 'A day in the life of a Mormon Missionary'
* 'Mormon goal scorer' keeps finding the back of the net
* Did 'Where the Wild Things Are' artist Maurice Sendak really illustrate a cover for an LDS children's magazine?
* LDS missionaries help couple after series of medical setbacks
* Edmonton Mormons and Muslims plan to break bread
* Newell Earns Mormon Women’s History Award
* Mormon church targeted in new commercial after tax fraud concerns are raised
* Bikini begone: What modesty at the beach means for Mormons, Muslims, Orthodox Jews, nuns and more
7/11
* USA Today names Polynesian Cultural Center 'Best attraction in Hawaii'
* Elder Ballard Urges Mission Presidents to Teach Missionaries the Worth of Souls
* Bishop Waddell Tells New Mission Leaders to Help Missionaries Develop Faith
* Strengthen Missionaries’ Ability to Find People to Teach, Says Elder Andersen
* Dignitaries Attend Special Tours of Tucson Arizona Temple
* Pioneer Day Concert and other Church events happening this week
* UTubers: Covers of 'The Prayer' and 'When You Believe' inspire
* Pressure of women serving a mission
* Sacramento Youth Learn How to Find Their Cousin Ancestors
* Mormon studies scholar to be honored at two-day USU event
* Morgan Jones: Why a loving Father would let his children suffer
* What would happen if the LSU vs. BYU game extends into Sunday?
* When their Mormon mission is over, it’s game on again for college athletes
* The first pioneers swim in the Great Salt Lake's briny waters
7/9-7/10
* Elder Dallin H. Oaks: Convert to Jesus Christ and His Gospel
* President Nelson Instructs Mission Leaders on Personal Priorities and God's Purposes
* “Treasure Up the Words of Life,” Elder Renlund Counsels Missionaries
* Elder Christofferson Says Book of Mormon Is “Tool of the Harvest”
* Elder Cook Tells Mission Leaders How to Create a “Preach My Gospel Mission”
* Elder M. Russell Ballard Visits Church Members in Canada
* Filming Begins on New Book of Mormon Videos
* Missionary moment: 'Planted in the gospel sod'
* Defending champion Patrick Fishburn is the favorite as State Amateur begins in Ogden
* Stare down defeat through Christ
* New Mission Presidents Called in Mexico, Micronesia
* Mormon Mentions: Brandon Flowers gets gold record, Alex Boyé replaces Christopher Jackson at Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert
* Elaine S. Dalton champions education in second term on UVU's board of trustees
* Famous YouTube dog with an LDS trainer brings smiles and joy
7/7-7/8
* Mormon missionaries from U.S. return to Botswana after four-year absence
* Trump actions challenge religious freedom, Sen. Flake says at BYU
* Alex Boyé to Replace Christopher Jackson as Guest Artist for Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Pioneer Day Concert
* Photos: The LDS Mesa Arizona Temple
* Digging into the past; Pocatello FamilySearch Library helps people learn about ancestors, themselves
* Remembering Brother Balderas — A kind and gentle teacher
* Beehive Clothing to Discontinue Select Garment Styles
* Annual BYU Religious Freedom Review provides tools for local involvement
* How one LDS entrepreneur went from high fashion for runway models to modest swimsuits for little girls
* Pioneer histories highlight extraordinary youth
7/6
* Visit 4 LDS temples in 4 European countries in 14 hours
* July marks landmark LDS anniversary events
* Family history event brings California lawmakers together for Juneteenth celebration
* Camp Tuhikaramea offers LDS members a unique camping experience
* Elder J. Devn Cornish to speak at spring commencement
* Woman crashes SUV into church building on Rimrock after having a 'medical event'
* Swan Valley LDS church persists in fire’s wake
* BYU football: Four Cougar prospects shine at The Opening
* Celebrate Cove Fort’s 150th anniversary Aug. 4, 5
* Utah Mormon jailed in Venezuela injured after 10-foot fall, mom says
* Volunteers clean up Pismo Beach after July 4 festivities
* What a Mormon doing Buddhist meditation has to do with the future of faith
7/4-7/5
* President Russell M. Nelson: Personal priorities and His purposes
* The American Moms: Lessons I hope my children remember when they see the American flag
* Sharon Eubank’s Leap of Faith Led Her to Relief Society General Presidency
* 2017 Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square Pioneer Day Concert
* Returned missionary finds success selling country-themed ties he designed
* Parents of Pocatello native imprisoned in Venzuela fear he's going to die
* Latter-day Saints in Fire-Vulnerable Areas Weathering Brian Head Fire
* Faith and Belief Celebrated in Contemporary Art Exhibit at BYU
7/2-7/3
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites July 1, 2017
* Scottish Mormon in Parliament talks Theresa May and Europe's future
* ‘More than just a story’: One Book of Mormon’s journey through time
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir director mentors inmate music group
* State Fair Park finishes new $17M arena
* Kirby: At last, the Mormon uniform changes — set your sundials for the next dress code update
* New stake presidents
6/30-7/1
* The important things of missionary work have not changed, said Elder Oaks at the 2017 Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* 'The divine companionship' includes the Holy Ghost in missionary work, Elder Holland says
* Elder Andersen: The urgency of finding people to teach
* Elder and Sister Rasband: 'One together in the work'
* Bishop W. Christopher Waddell: The faith to teach and baptize converts
* President Uchtdorf Tells New Mission Presidents, Learn from “Fearless” Apostle Peter
* New mission presidents to serve in México and Guam
* Elder Quentin L. Cook: Becoming a 'Preach My Gospel mission'
* Elder M. Russell Ballard visits Church members in Canada
* Jehovah’s Witnesses to gather in Ogden, with an eye toward faith’s struggles in Russia
* 'Humor on the Plains'
6/29
* New Church Employee Benefits Include Paid Maternity Leave, Dress Slacks for Women
* LDS Church announces paid maternity leave and new dress code standards for employees
* President Eyring Teaches New Mission Leaders Simple Truths for Missionary Service
* LDS Church calls for more study of medical marijuana
* Diverse Group of New Mission Presidents Gather for Annual Seminar
* Sharon Eubank's leap of faith led her to LDS Charities, Relief Society general leadership
* Elder Echo Hawk connects Pawnee Indian ancestors with Mormon Pioneers
* The Mormon Tabernacle Choir: Best of Independence Day & Celebrating Liberty
* Just In Time For Summer! LDS Warm Springs Facility Opens For Group Activities
* Latter-day Saints in Maryland Bring Much-Needed Relief to Refugees
* Timothy Ballard or Tim Ballard? The Operation Underground Railroad founder and the author are one and the same
* Defending the Faith: When not to decide is also a decision
* Temple View project costs church tens of millions
6/28
* Three Mormon Temples in the US to Close for Renovation
* 12 quotes remembering the martyrdom, legacy of Joseph and Hyrum Smith
* Female cadet graduates from Coast Guard Academy after serving LDS mission
* FamilySearch Center Dedicated in St. George, Utah
* California Lawmakers Celebrate Juneteenth With Family History Event
* 30-year-old interview with President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared on Facebook
* Concerts in the Park, Church pageants and other Church events happening this week
* Non-LDS students and faculty give advice against stereotypes
* Mountain Meadow Skull Debate
* LDS millennials are more Democratic, diverse than older Mormons, survey shows
* Philippines Ambassador visits LDS church in Tonga
* Koro Island get water tanks
6/27
* VIDEO: How Will New Church Facilities in Hamilton, New Zealand Benefit People?
* Smithsonian to feature early Mormon artifacts in new exhibit
* Meet the artists in the first Mormon Arts Center Festival in New York City
* FamilySearch Discontinuing Microfilm; Most Records Now Digitized
* UTubers: BYU competes in Mars rover challenge, Sia cover from former 'The Voice' contestant
* Richard N. W. Lambert: One of Utah's great founding fathers deserves to be remembered and celebrated
6/25-6/26
* Mormon Artifacts on Display at the Smithsonian
* New Missionary Database Finds Early Church Missionaries in Your Family Tree
* The Atlantic says a Mormon pioneer family could be key in colon cancer research
* Salt Lake County is becoming less Mormon — Utah County is headed in the other direction
* Mormon Mentions: Christina Perri acknowledges LDS girl's performance of her song, LDS general authorities share experiences, testimonies
* Former Mapleton Mormon bishop accused of drugging, abusing 2 teens
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir director teaches new group — and they're not who you’d expect
6/23-6/24
* FamilySearch Center dedicated in St. George, Utah
* Mitt Romney's 'Mormon moment' 5 years later
* Latter-day Saints in Maryland Bring Relief to Refugees
* LDSBC Workshops Help People Discover Identity, Future
* “Why Do I Have to Go to Mutual?” Sister Oscarson Has an Answer
* Defending the Faith: Is the English Book of Mormon written in Joseph Smith's language?
* Deseret Industries places 4 pianos around Salt Lake for public to play, enjoy
* Throwback Thursday: LDS couple stars on TLC show, reveals play set for Steph Curry's daughters
* Nervous about your Muslim neighbors? Then invite them over for dinner
6/22
* New St. George FamilySearch Center Offers Fun Discoveries for All Ages
* Religion Fosters Strong, Stable Societies, Elder Andersen Says
* Missionary Injured in Brussels Bombing Entering U.S. Naval Academy
* Juneteenth 2017 Celebrates Breakthroughs in African American Family History Research
* BYU Advertising Students Win National Competition
* Two LDS Women Aim to Dispel Food Storage Myths
* Celebration Commemorates Translation of the Book of Mormon into Nepali
* LDS girl gets standing ovation from all 4 judges, advances on 'America's Got Talent'
* Botswana: LDS Trains Health Workers
* 'Cancer moves fast': New center for fighting the disease opens at Huntsman Cancer Institute
* New Mormon buildings in New Zealand paint a bright future, but some members lament loss of the past
* The Constitution ratified 229 years ago today; here are 8 quotes about the Constitution from LDS leaders and magazines
* The Deseret Alphabet, a 38-Letter Writing System Developed by Mormons
* LDS Church branches out to West African Country
* 50 states, 5 summers, 7 kids: LDS couple carries on tradition of simple family travel
6/21
* First Q'eqchi' language stake created in Guatemalan highlands
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites June 20, 2017
* LDS Mental Health Professionals Asked to Help Preserve Religious Freedoms
* New Church History Center Will Bless Members in the Pacific
* “Connections Conference” in Brazil Brings Together Students and BYU–Pathway President
* Seventy Outlines 6 Considerations for Helping Missionaries with Mental Illnesses
* Morgan Jones: 27 lessons learned from being 27
* Salt Lake mindfulness sessions combine Buddhist and Mormon thought
* LDSBC workshops help people discover identity, future
* Former East High star Christian Folau commits to BYU after completing LDS mission
* New 10,000-seat state Fairpark arena nearing completion and will be ready for Days of ‘47 Rodeo
* Do Mormons support small business owners who refuse to serve the LGBT community?
6/20
* New and Refurbished Buildings Are Dedicated in Temple View, New Zealand
* ‘Hamilton’ Broadway Star to Perform With Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* Tabernacle Choir Announces 2017 Pioneer Day Concert Guest Is Christopher Jackson
* Father’s Day tributes from LDS social media accounts
* Sixth Crossing Vistors’ Center Dedicated as Tribute to Tenacious Pioneers, Selfless Rescuers
* Religious beliefs, teachings and practices bring “needed medicine,” say Elder and Sister Renlund
* Church History Center to bless members in the Pacific
* Missionary injured in Brussels bombing entering U.S. Naval Academy
* Summer Church pageants, musical performances and other Church events happening this week
* Grandin Printing Shop. The press that first printed the Book of Mormon.
* About 700 volunteers serve Northern Utahns in need at Living Christ service day
* St. George FamilySearch Center set for June 27 opening
* 175 years of service: A celebration and opportunity to serve
6/18-6/19
* Dedication marks 'a grand beginning,' President Eyring tells New Zealand LDS community
* New and Refurbished Buildings Are Dedicated in Temple View, New Zealand
* 2017 BYU Campus Education Week
* Mormon apostle tours Oxford's Christ Church College, is drawn to cathedral, library
* Nepali members in Salt Lake City gather to celebrate Nepali translation of Book of Mormon
* Elder John R. Lasater, Emeritus General Authority Seventy, Dies at Age 85
* Mormon Mentions: LDS youth from Arizona to be on ‘America’s Got Talent,’ new song from James the Mormon
* Preserving religious freedom in the mental health profession
* 'Connections Conference' brings BYU-Pathway Worldwide President Clark G. Gilbert to Brazil
* New stake presidents
6/16-6/17
* Do You Want to Make a Difference? Let Them Lead
* Elder David A. Bednar celebrates 65th birthday; take this quiz to see how much you know about his life
* Chosen freely, religion helps foster the conditions necessary for a strong and stable society, says Elder Andersen
* After valiant fight against cancer, Kristin Katich Sumbot passes away at 26
* Mormon apostle at Oxford: Lessons learned from Watergate scandal
* Transcript: Elder D. Todd Christofferson reflects on Watergate
* Elder Schwitzer offers six ideas for helping missionaries with mental illnesses
* Defending the Faith: Science, progress and religion
* BYU ad students honored around the world
* Young Women general president answers the question, 'Why do I have to go to mutual?'
* Church's first retired Air Force general to serve as a General Authority Seventy, Elder John R. Lasater, dies at age 85
* LDS women aim to dispel food storage myths
* David Archuleta returns to Pocatello on Friday
* BYU-Pathway Worldwide 'Connections Conference' in Brazil
6/15
* Elder Renlund Says Religious Freedom Helps Society Thrive
* Religion Teachers Asked to Help LDS Students Find Joy
* March with the Mormon Battalion at San Diego Visitors’ Center
* Seventy Encourages Students to Ask God for Spiritual Gifts
* How one family celebrated Father's Day after their father left
* New exhibit celebrates the Mormon Tabernacle Organ’s 150th birthday
* Behind the numbers: How to make sense of Utah's abortion rate for married women
* Quadruplet babies featured on BYUtv's 'Random Acts' born early, pass away
* Tour of Missouri sites caps Mormon History Association Conference
* LDS Church Dedicates a New State-of-the-Art Cannery
6/14
* Elder Larry R. Lawrence invites BYU-I students to ask for spiritual gifts
* Elder Ulisses Soares Teaches Graduates the 5 Paths to True Happiness
* Temple Moment: Joy from Temple Service
* LDSBC Rises to Challenge of Growing Social Media Career Industry
* Join Family History Library’s Free Block Party
* Mormon apostle decries incivility, xenophobia, urges people to build a better world through religious principles
* A Prodigal Son: Gentri gives message of hope in new music video
* Erin Stewart: Why dads are different
* Mormon bishop, New York Times Best-Selling author explains 'Essentialism' from a gospel perspective
* Behind the numbers: How to make sense of Utah's abortion rate for married women
6/13
* Mormon Apostle Speaks at International Religious Freedom Symposium
* Summer 2017 Church Pageants
* Faith and belief celebrated in contemporary art exhibit at BYU
* Thieves mar trip by family of LDS violinist Jenny Oaks Baker to Italy
* Cincinnati CEO and Mormon father says photographing poverty has changed his life
* 'A comedic force': Author Kristen Tracy puts a positive spin on twin tragedies
* LDSBC rises to challenge of growing social media career industry
* The Mormon Tabernacle Choir: A Successful Dad & Fathers Always Matter
* Utah needs 0.05 rule because people think ‘it’s OK to drink and drive as long as you’re not buzzed’
* Mormon temple in Pocatello could be larger in size
6/11-6/12
* Joy from temple work
* Mormons and Evangelicals bond over shared beliefs at local event
* The Eccles: How firm their foundations
* Parishioners package meals
* Blacks and the priesthood: 39 years since a revelation that 'changed the world'
* Lindsey Stirling shares bucket list, gratitude for fans with the Huffington Post
* Mormon growth rate falls to lowest level in 80 years, but ups and downs vary by region
* How reading the Bible changed in the early 16th century during the Reformation
6/9-6/10
* Elder Ballard: Today’s Temples Will Be Used in the Millennium
* Salt Lake City Mormons and Muslims join together to 'break the fast'
* Elder Ulisses Soares counsels graduates in how to find true happiness
* 2017 Temple Presidents Called to Spain, Philippines, South America, U.S.
* First Presidency Calls New 2017 Temple Presidents to Serve in Australia, Canada, U.S., Colombia
* Defending the Faith: Is religion good for your health?
* New stake presidents
* Church schools, LDS-owned buildings differ on selling caffeine
* Daughter of LDS Apostle robbed in Italy
6/8
* Elder Oaks Finds “a Sense of Gospel Peace” among Members in Japan and Korea
* Sunday School General Presidency Asks Leaders to Orient New Teachers
* Tucson's LDS temple: Going dome
* Philippines Missionary Training Center Expanded
* New Mission Presidents Called for Temple Square, Cote d’Ivoire, Colorado, Ghana
* Historians Say St. Louis Was Vital Haven for Early Saints
* President Howard W. Hunter quoted by The Atlantic in article on Six-Day War and religion
* Neighborhood heartbroken over loss to family it supported through child's illness
* Salt Lake City Mormons and Muslims join together to 'break the fast'
* New Harmony: Five Mormon-like quotes from folks who aren't Mormon
* Apostle shares 'tender experiences' during devotional for temple workers
* LDS youth group spearheading cleanup
* The Joseph Smith Papers: an academic step forward for the LDS Church
* Patrick Kinahan: Can BYU overcome LDS mission obstacle?
* $5,000 Trailers, $15,000 Worth of Furniture Stolen From NC Church
6/7
* Idaho Falls temple rededicatory prayer
* Idaho Falls Idaho Temple rededication fact box
* Change by LDS Church to sacrament prayer in French scriptures deemed 'subtle but profound'
* Summer 2017 Church Pageants
* Saints in Southern Arizona Welcome Guests to Temple Open House in Tucson
* Praise to the Man’s Best Friend
* New video portrays the work of Deseret Industries in a powerful way
* Tongan missionary lives, loves genealogy
* 17 LDS accounts to improve your Instagram feed
6/6
* Church Announces New Temple Presidents for 2017
* LDS Business College Opens Doors for Students Facing Personal Challenges
* Latter-day Saints Recognized by National Children’s Alliance
* Temple Moment: 70 Years of Faith and Growth in Memphis
* Mormon History Association Conference Convenes in St. Louis
* Church Releases Statement on Missionary Safety Survey
* New Deseret Industries Refurbished Piano Video Shares Message of Hope and Renewal
* "Be Still, My Soul" tickets soon available, Manti Mormon Miracle Pageant, and other upcoming Church events
* Philippines Missionary Training Center expanded
* Salt Lake City Cemetery offers visitors unique Mormon history experience
* Video: Badly injured LDS missionary takes big step forward in Ragnar race
* Promising future awaits all returning to historic temple
6/4-6/5
* Idaho’s First Mormon Temple Is Rededicated
* Pres. Eyring rededicates 72-year-old Idaho Falls Temple
* ‘Strength in numbers’: 12,000 Mormon youths celebrate temple rededication
* Public Welcome to Tour New Provo Missionary Training Center Expansion
* 'A sense of gospel peace' for Church members in Japan and Korea
* Church Historian details forthcoming new comprehensive Church history
* Mormon missionaries being surveyed online regarding personal safety, risks
* Following a different lead
* Hal Boyd: Trump picks Mormon and Utahn Randal Quarles for Fed
* Why don't Mormons have a lost cause? Mormon History Association Conference speaker seeks to answer
* Greg Olsen's art is not only everywhere — it's everybody
* Church Historian Announces New 4-Volume History of the Church
* Family History Is a Treasure Trove
* Mormon Mentions: Stuart Edge cast in new ‘Little Women’ movie, Kourtney Kardashian snaps photo of LDS temple
* Documents tell of Joseph Smith's dog
6/2-6/3
* Idaho Falls Idaho Temple Open House and Rededication
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites June 1, 2017
* The work is moving forward in Asia, Elder Cook reports
* President called for the Tokyo Japan Temple
* Pioneer History Day Honors Early California Saints
* New mission president called to preside over Temple Square
* Tabernacle Choir looking for new organists
* Climb on: Lease with LDS Church grants climbers access, stewardship in Little Cottonwood
* Sunday School general presidency asks leaders to orient new teachers
* 70 years of growth in Memphis
* 3 charged in theft of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young statue
* 4 tips to prepare your toddler for nursery
* 'A little ray of light': How adopted daughter born without limbs helps Utah family face cancer
* Mormon History Association Conference convenes in St. Louis, a place of 'crossing and dwelling'
6/1
* President Henry B. Eyring celebrates his 84th birthday; take this quiz to see how much you know about his life
* ASU President Challenges BYU–Idaho Students to “Improve What You’ve Been Given”
* “Small Things” Helped New Seventy Elder Pingree’s Testimony Grow
* Hundreds of Wounded Veterans Recognized at Special Church Event
* LDS Air Force Grads Encouraged to “Arise and Shine Forth”
* Online Enrollment at BYU–Idaho Higher Than Ever
* From Boyhood, New General Authority Elder Taylor Learned to Follow the Prophets
* Family History Moment: Promptings Restore 1850 Bible to Original Family Line
* New Seventy Elder Wakolo Says Feeding the Missionaries Was “Best Mistake” of His Life
* ‘The Savior covers this’: Woman’s newfound LDS faith provides perspective after losing son to trisomy 18
* Mormon entrepreneur changes careers and makes $1 million in three months
* Brigham Young birthday commemoration on June 1
* On Brigham Young's birthday, the many ways he shaped Utah, the West
* Defending the Faith: Near Eastern languages in ancient America?
* LDS Church will return tithing donated by man who defrauded 5,400 victims
* Remembering a pioneer soldier
* BYU opens NCAA Tournament with early start against nationally-ranked Cal State Fullerton
* Deal with LDS Church secures Utah climbing spot
* LDS Business College opens doors for students facing personal challenges
5/31
* Mormon Apostle Joins World Leaders at Global Event
* Sister Jean B. Bingham: A builder of the Church
* 6 times LDS leaders have referenced the story of Joan of Arc
* Concerts in the Park and other performances this week in Church events
* Grant Shreve: I fell hard for the Book of Mormon but did not convert to the LDS Church
* A.M. notes: Mormon missionaries wait for visas, BYU advances to NCAA tourney, sneak peek of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' ride
5/30
* WWII Memorial Day Observance commemorates Utah veteran's life of service
* Music and the Spoken Word: What you can do for your country
* Long waits for visas a problem for Mormon missionaries entering the U.S.
* Family History Moment: Spiritual promptings restore 1850 Bible to original family line
* Youth, parishioners honor Monongahela Veterans graves
* When getting-to-know-you questions at church feel intrusive
* Elder Cook's Unforgettable Message at the Funeral of a Girl Killed in Sandy Hook Shooting
* After 75 Years, Utahn Killed in Pearl Harbor Comes Home to LDS Family
* Long waits for visas a problem for Mormon missionaries entering the U.S.
5/26-5/29
* East Idaho News interview with Elder and Sister Bednar provides a unique view into the life and call of an apostle
* 'May you know that Ned still lives': Letters from the front lines demonstrate compassion of LDS chaplains from World War II
* Elder Ballard Tells Young Adults to Focus on What Matters Most
* New General Authority Seventy says 'Feeding the missionaries was the best mistake I ever made'
* New temple presidents to serve in the Philippines and Texas
* Paris France Temple dedicatory prayer
* Paris France Temple facts
* Summer Fun and Learning Found at and around Temple Square
* Returned Missionary Performs National Anthem at Triple Crown Horse Race
* Education Moment: Christ Is Foundation of Learning at LDS Business College
* Songs on Mutual Album Convey Theme That Everyone Matters
* For Memorial Day, See Images of Ancestors’ Headstones on FamilySearch.org
* Man who pretended to be LDS general authority pleads guilty to fraud
* Defending the Faith: 53 Old Testament names confirmed by archaeological inscriptions
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir claims top spot on Billboard charts for 12th time
* A reunion in Paris
5/25
* Elder M. Russell Ballard: 'We're on a journey'
* Meet the first LDS missionary couple assigned to refugees in Italy
* New Haitian Ward Is First in Florida, Second in U.S.
* Mormon History Day Celebrated in California
* Come, Follow Me Lesson Plans Strengthen Conversion through Agency
* Learning to Teach Like the Savior by Studying His Students
* Missionary Moment: Fellowshipping Brings Senior Couple to Baptism
* Home Teaching and Friendship Help Convert Coach Stay on the Path
* New Exhibit Celebrates 150th Anniversary of Salt Lake Tabernacle Organ
* Church's organists share thoughts, experiences about iconic Tabernacle organ
* Media outlets around the U.S. respond to LDS Church Scouting announcement
* Arizona State University enters new partnership with BYU-Pathway Worldwide and BYU-Idaho
* Man recognizes childhood friend among Salt Lake's homeless
* Looking back to beginnings of LDS ordinances
* Detectives track Mormon prophet statue to West Jordan garage, make two arrests
5/24
* Church Issues Update on President Monson
* Europe Area President Expresses Condolences to Victims of Manchester Explosion
* First Presidency Announces Mission Merge in Russia
* John A. Widtsoe: New Monument Honors a Legacy of Education
* Seeing Ourselves through God’s Eyes Helps Us Find Our True Identity
* Latest Joseph Smith Papers Release Covers Highs and Lows of Kirtland Era
* How We Can Engage Children in the Work of Salvation
* Arizona State University Enters Partnership with BYU-Pathway Worldwide and BYU-Idaho
* Want to Find Your Purpose and Identity? Serve
* Exceptional Teachers Honored by Colorado Springs North Stake
* Kirtland Temple Was Central to City and Joseph Smith’s Life, Lecturer Says
* Police recover stolen 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young
* Police recover stolen 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young
* BYU-Idaho invites first non-Mormon to give devotional
* UTubers: Peter Hollens, Alex Boye, Lexi Walker sing classic covers
5/23
* Peruvian President Thanks Church for Flood Relief
* Church’s New Cannery in Northern Utah Will Bless People around the World
* Journey with a journal: Utah couple retraces grandfather's Alabama LDS mission one century later
* Rexburg woman saves toddler from drowning in canal
* 3 returned Mormon missionaries are suiting up for Dartmouth football
* Friberg Moses paintings brought out of obscurity in BYU exhibit
* Victims want LDS church to return ill-gotten tithing money
5/21-5/22
* Paris France Temple dedication: A tribute to the faith, sacrifice of pioneer members
* LDS Church dedicates Paris temple in style
* French LDS Youth Honor Light of Faith during Cultural Celebration
* Paris France Temple Sedication Is “Very Tender Thing” for President Eyring, Other Leaders
* Miracles Witnessed during Paris France Temple Open House
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites May 19, 2017
* LDS Church merging two missions in Russia
* Elder Glenn L. Pace eulogized for spiritual insight, life of service
* Elder Earl M. Monson, emeritus General Authority Seventy, dies at home at age 84
* 'World-famous' Salt Lake Tabernacle organ celebrates 150th anniversary
* Osmonds welcome writer of Michael Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' on stage
* 7 LDS-themed coloring books provide ways to focus on doctrine while relaxing, enjoying art
* Mormon convert 'Rudy' is fast becoming an 'honorary' BYU Cougar
* Returned missionary performs national anthem at Preakness horse race
* Interfaith Quilting Bee event benefits families in need
* Mormon political royalty run in Colorado
5/19-5/20
* Paris France Temple open house: members 'witnessed many miracles'
* On eve of the temple dedication, Sister Andersen recalls love for the people of France
* Savior’s Example Was One of His Most Powerful Teaching Methods, Speaker Says
* Sister Marriott Shares How to Become a Converted, Covenant-Keeping Woman
* Sister McConkie Shares Four Ways to Know God Loves You
* LDS Mayor Helps Sister Cities Grow Together
* Nigerian refugee survives shooting attack, rescue at sea, and goes on a Mormon mission
* Defending the Faith: Some alternatives to Christian ethics
* New temple president to serve in San Salvador El Salvador Temple
* Summer fun, learning found at Temple Square and beyond
* And the winners of the 2016 Whitney Awards are ...
* Taking a look back at the Tabernacle Organ as its 150th anniversary nears
* From boyhood, new General Authority learned to 'follow the prophets'
* Tabernacle organ exhibit to open at LDS Church History Museum
5/18
* How a bishop, a mayor and a CFO/publicist helped with the Paris LDS Temple
* LDS Charities Remains Committed to Lifting Burdens, Providing Hope
* Seventy Urges BYU-I Students to Actively “Make a Difference”
* Military Relations Office, Website Supports Members of the Church in Uniform
* Kirtland Temple topic of presentation Thursday
* Oakland Temple Visitors’ Center Featured Exhibit of Rare Bibles
* 2017 Summer Concert Series at Brigham Young Historic Park
* Camille Fronk Olson expounds Savior's way of teaching
* Sister Marriott defines ‘covenant-keeping woman’ at BYU Women's Conference
* Ana De Agostini speaks on finding purpose through service
* Peruvian president thanks Church for flood relief
* BYU professor analyzes Savior's teachings through the eyes of His disciples
* Mormon rugby fullback reverses decision to sit out Sundays
5/17
* BYU-Idaho students encouraged to 'Choose ye this day whom ye serve'
* Elder Rasband Issues Call to Action to Defend Religious Liberties
* Sister Terry Echo Hawk shares gospel keys for finding true identity
* Sister McConkie tells LDS women, 'You matter to Him'
* New exhibit celebrates 150th anniversary of the S.L. Tabernacle organ
* Deseret Book building new store in Idaho Falls
* Utah’s Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area earns tourism award
* 10 of the best tips for success from BYU commencement speakers of the past
5/16
* Temple Square performances and other Church events happening the week of May 15-21
* Missionary Moment: Fellowshipping brings senior couple to baptism
* How 5 BYU Students Became Outrageously Famous in the Philippines without Realizing it
* Society of Mormon Artists hosts inaugural exhibit
* Elizabeth Smart Shares First Family Photo After Baby + Her Adorable Mother's Day Post
* What 16 Famous People Have Said About the Tabernacle Choir
5/14-5/15
* Mormon Mentions: Elizabeth Smart, Donny Osmond, David Archuleta post on love of family
* LDS mayor helps sister cities grow back together
* Parents, Take Active Role in Teaching Children, Says Primary General Presidency
* Volunteers flock to Memory Grove for 20th annual cleanup
* Helping Hands complete service projects across Temecula Valley
* Home teacher friendship cements recognized coach convert to the Church
* Winners of the Book of Mormon Art Contest
* Interfaith Conference Connects Women of Faith in Tacoma, Washington, Area
* Family History Library to host Western European Family History Conference
* How 'running nerd' and BYU professor Jared Ward met Kevin Durant and other tales from Rio
5/12-5/13
* Timeline: A look at the relationship between the LDS Church and Scouting
* Elder Holland: Scout leaders have been 'understanding, kind' regarding LDS decision to halt programs for older teens
* Mormons and Scouting explained in 5 graphics
* LDS Scouting leader sees a loss, opportunity, ongoing relationship and irony
* Elder Rasband issues call to action regarding religious liberties
* Jewish Leaders Host Top Mormon Leaders in New York City
* Church Announces 33 New Temple Presidents for 2017
* Want Happiness? Align Your Will with God, Sister Oscarson Says
* Register now for Mormon History Assocation Conference in St. Louis June 1-4
* Reflection Room Is a Peaceful Sanctuary for BYU Students
* Defending the Faith: 'The Benedict Option' or 'The Brigham Option'?
* Sister Bonnie H. Cordon: 'Behold your little ones' engaged in the work of salvation
* Meet Elder John C. Pingree: Growing a testimony through small things
5/11
* Questions and Answers about Changes to the Young Men Program
* Colleagues, Friends Pay Tribute to Retiring Church News Editor Gerry Avant
* Retiring Church News Editor’s Career Started at a Stop Light
* From infertility to Mother of the Year: One LDS mom’s journey of gratitude
* The LDS Church Enhances Partnership with American Red Cross
* New Harmony: What it means to be LDS and Hispanic
* A message of love: Why one LDS couple has stood by their gay son, and their faith
* ‘Sorrow and peace, they can coexist’: A message from the mother of an angel at BYU Women’s Conference
* New General Authority Elder Parrella Has Solid Testimony of the First Vision
* The Gem State’s First Temple Welcomes Guests Following Renovation
* John A. Widtsoe: Inspiring a lifetime of learning
* Parents need to take active role in teaching, says Primary general presidency
5/10
* Close to 12,000 women gather on the BYU campus for annual Women's Conference
* Glenn Beck and Tim Ballard team up in Operation Underground Railroad video in Thailand
* Remembering 3 pioneer women on Mother's Day
* Elizabeth Smart set to give new details about her 2002 kidnapping in two new TV specials
* Acclaimed organist Tom Trenney to perform with BYU-Idaho choirs
* Bryce Harper reveals the real reason for his 'I love you' sign when crossing home plate
* It's a sign: Utah restaurants, bars post notices to comply with new law
* Mormon church vandalized, robbed in Barboursville
5/9
* Elder Holland Shares Messages of Hope in Russia and Ukraine
* For Healing, Return, Repent, and Be Converted, Sister Callister Says at BYU Women's Conference
* New 2017 Mission Presidents Called to Serve in Philippines, U.S., Japan, and Mexico
* 2017 Mission Presidents Called to U.S., Brazil, Africa, New Zealand, Japan, and Honduras
* Hank Smith and Jennifer Brinkerhoff Platt teach how to find yourself using the doctrine of Christ at BYU Women's Conference
* Returned LDS missionaries find ways to continue service
* Bells on Temple Square, musical performances and other Church events happening this week
* Former Ute Garett Bolles' road to the NFL shows 'the remarkable things God can do,' says Emily Freeman
* ESPN's Scott Van Pelt pays tribute to LDS former NFL player Todd Heap in the wake of family tragedy
5/7-5/8
* Elder Stevenson tells LDS women to avoid 'debilitating comparisons' of social media
* LDS Church's new Relief Society general presidency speaks about their lives, challenges
* Elder Clark Shares Lessons From Joseph Smith’s Life
* Religion professors address 'why people are staying' in the LDS Church at BYU Women's Conference
* Music and the Spoken Word: 'See it through'
* Two General Authority Seventies assigned to Presidency of the Seventy
* LDS siblings develop app to reduce texting and driving
* LDS progressivism is not grounded in LDS belief: A response to Dr. Fluhman
* Dick Harmon: BYU's 2-sport star Corbin Kaufusi happy to be bruising opponents again
* Tacoma interfaith conference: On the Lord's Errand
* LDS youth inspired to create songs for 2017 Mutual album from personal experiences
* Church’s Humanitarian Work Continues to Lift Burdens
5/4-5/6
* Only Christ Can Heal All, Brother Callister Says at BYU Women's Conference
* 'Return, repent, be converted,' Sister Callister says at BYU Women's Conference
* Don't Feel Like You Fit In? Relief Society Is for You, Sister Eubank Says
* Elder Kim B. Clark Invites Young Adults Worldwide to Participate in May 7 Devotional
* 2 General Authorities visit Europe East Area
* The Gem State's first temple welcomes guests
* Mormons present family history to African-American congresswoman
* For National Day of Prayer, 5 times prayer moved people facing adversity
* Teacher Council Meetings Help Connect Teachers with Heaven
* Do You Drive Distracted? New Church Videos Promote Safe Driving
* Church Announces 2017 Area Leadership Assignments
* Hundreds Attend 42nd Annual Family History Conference in Massachusetts
* New Seventy Elder Koch Says Testimony Gained through Gospel Living
* Defending the Faith: Did ancient Israel have a real history?
* Register now for Mormon History Association Conference in St. Louis June 1-4
* New General Authority, Elder Parrella has solid testimony of the First Vision
* Finding life's mission, ambition to 'go pro'
* Presidents called to serve in Philippines, Georgia, Alaska, Mexico and Japan
* 16 new temple presidents called to Switzerland, Ogden, Kentucky, San Diego, Spain, Colombia and more
* LDS Church says Trump's order easing political restrictions won't alter current stance
5/3
* President Uchtdorf Visits Members and Tours Three European Temples
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites May 2, 2017
* LDS Church and AMAR are 'doers' in helping refugees, says Baroness Nicholson
* Elder Kim B. Clark invites young adults to participate in devotional
* Bishop George Niederauer — ‘the soul of goodness’ and former leader of Utah Catholics — dies at age 80
* Bells on Temple Square to present 'An Expedition of Sound'
* Railroad spelled end of official pioneer era
* Key Chapters of Church History Being Written in Ecuador, Colombia, Says Elder Christofferson
5/2
* Current Temple President Dies in Tokyo, Japan
* LDS Church donates $1.5 million to Red Cross
* New General Authority: Elder Joni L Koch gained testimony by gospel living
* TC Christensen's new film based on inspiring life of deceased Utah teen
* Women's Conference, Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults and other Church events happening this week
* BYU Women's Conference to feature new Relief Society general presidency, Elder Gary E. Stevenson and other LDS leaders
* 42nd annual family history conference held in Massachusetts
* Why Utah and Idaho college students want interfaith initiatives on their campuses
* Lawsuit claims BSA, LDS Church concealed information on abuse by Idaho Scout leaders
4/30-5/1
* Key chapters of LDS history being written in Ecuador, Colombia
* President Uchtdorf Visits Europe during Season of Temple Building
* Baroness Nicholson Receives Honorary Doctorate at BYU
* Fifth in a seven-part series on international religious freedom
* Seventy Shares “Secrets of Life” with Latest BYU Graduates
* Reflection room a peaceful sanctuary for BYU students
* New temple presidents
* Presidents called to serve in missions in U.S., Brazil, Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Honduras
* Colleagues, friends pay tribute to Church News editor Gerry Avant
* Career of retiring LDS Church News editor started at a stop light
* Connecting with heaven: How Teacher Council Meetings can help teachers receive revelation
* Are Christians Mormon?
* Mormon Scholars Are Reaching Back Into Church History To Support Muslims

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