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MormonHaven News Archives
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7/3
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | July 2, 2015
* LDS missionaries in some countries no longer required to purchase suit coats
* Missionaries Serving in Some Missions No Longer Required to Wear Suit Coats
* VIDEO: Mormon Tabernacle Choir Draws Large Crowds During East Coast Tour
* Condoleezza Rice and Jenny Oaks Baker release a patriotic-themed 'Amazing Grace'
* One of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's biggest fans shares how music transformed his life
* '5 clicks to the green temple'
* North Dakota Young Mother of the Year: 'Sweet moments' of motherhood
* California Mother of the Year: 'Strong urge to help children'
* First stake created in Vanuatu
* Late night snacking might be your brain's fault
* Missing returned missionary remembered fondly
* 'Just a do-it guy'
* August 2015 Broadcast for Seminary and Institute Teachers
7/2
* President Monson: Love for missionary work
* Elder Russell M. Nelson: 'Epistles of the Lord'
* LDS Church donates to Utah Pride Center's efforts to feed homeless youths
* Earl Tingey to present at special event for Centerville's veterans
* President Dieter F. Uchtdorf: Become like Peter, and "Fear Not"
* Ticket Reservations for Indianapolis Indiana Temple Open House Begin July 6
* 'A beautiful day' in Haiti: Early converts reflect on church growth, temple announcement
* New Mormon temple soars above Davie pastures
* Massive Mormon Meetinghouse Complex Continues Climb
* President David L. Smith: The Spirit will teach
* ‘You can’t have marriage equality without polygamy’: Inspired by gay-marriage decision, man applies to wed second wife
* LDS Church Instructs Bishops, Stake Presidents to Talk to Members About Same-Sex Marriage
* Sister missionaries relocated from Provo MTC residence hall after discovery of bat
* BYU conference to examine religious-freedom issues
* Choir and orchestra concert helps Saratoga Springs observe its centennial
* Episcopalian Convention Includes Hands-On Interfaith Service Project at Welfare Square
* BYU to Host Religious Freedom Conference in July
* Stephen Rockwood named new FamilySearch president and CEO
* How to Use Media in Your LDS Classroom
* Krešimir Cosic Honored by Adriatic North Mission Basketball Tournament
* Defending the Faith: Treasures in earthen vessels
* Learn Lightning Safety from Sam the Cloud on Safety.lds.org
7/1
* Church Leaders Counsel Members After Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Decision
* First Presidency sends letter with counsel for members after Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision
* BYU's Vocal Point hopes to 'uplift and inspire' during performances at Disneyland
* The Mighty Mormon Tabernacle Choir visits Boston
* Tiffany Gee Lewis: The books that change us
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: From 'America's Got Talent' to a baby bassinet, the lesson is: 'Never give up'
* LDStorymakers conference draws editors and agents, helps writers find success
* LDS gymnast to compete at Toronto Pan Am Games
* Mendenhall's coaching tenure at BYU: A decade of personal, program growth
* Mormon Mama Dragons make life easier for young LGBT people
* The Book of Mormon may be made into a movie
6/30
* Trujillo Peru Temple Dedicatory Prayer
* Viewpoint: Walk the Covenant Path
* LDS Cancer Survivor Named Hawaii’s Young Mother of the Year
* MOTION GRAPHIC: LDS Charities Helps Provide Immunizations Around the World
* Mormon Battalion Site Honors African American Veterans
* Choir and orchestra play Bethel Woods, site of 1969 Woodstock festival
* LDStorymakers conference draws editors and agents, helps writers find success
* LDS Sites to Visit in Utah County This Summer
* Regional Youth Dance Festival Shines Bright in Pacific Northwest
* LDSTech Broadcast to Discuss Recent Technological Developments for Church Members
* Debate about science standards pits faithful Mormon against faithful Mormon
* LDS Church launches website designed to build bridges in communities
* Donors suing Brigham Young University for return of their gifts
6/28-6/29
* 5 questions LDS returned missionaries find themselves asking
* Tabernacle Choir performs in the rain near site of 1969 Woodstock festival
* Nate Sharp: 'Miraculous events' led to conversion of Korean couple
* LDS musician Alex Boyé thrills judges on ‘America’s Got Talent’
* Where were the Twelve Apostles when Joseph and Hyrum Smith rode to Carthage?
* Mormon church says ruling won't alter stance on marriage
* Amid gay pride marches, where is the ‘religious extremism’ many feared after Friday’s Supreme Court ruling?
* Now’s the Time To End Tax Exemptions for Religious Institutions
* Mormon Pioneer Trek through Camden brings the past alive
* Farmington LDS youth perform 'Savior of the World'
* 2 shot, expected to survive in brawl outside Bay Area church
* Volunteers brave wet weather to clean beach
* ‘Mormon Rivals’ — Romneys and Huntsmans: Political dynasties in the making?
6/27
* What the LDS Church said about the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage
* Mormon, Catholic churches stand firm against same-sex marriage; some Utah faith leaders celebrate ruling
* Trujillo Peru Temple: 'We dedicate it unto Thee as Thy hallowed dwelling place'
* BYU Acquires Christ-Themed Bloch Painting
* Mormon Helping Hands Help Flood Victims in Texas
* LDSTech Broadcast to Discuss Recent Technological Developments for Church Members
* Church Peanut Butter Cannery Supports Houston Food Bank
* New temple presidents called to Mexico, Missouri, Montana, Guatemala temples
* Mormon Battallion Flag Day celebration
* Choir and orchestra dazzle Maryland audiences in 2 concerts
* Sunday worship begins at home, LDS families told
* Hundreds of youths join to donate shoes to Africa
* The Clean Cut: Alex Boye, Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing on airplane
6/26
* Supreme Court Decision Will Not Alter Doctrine on Marriage
* Elder Lawrence shares ways to win in the 'war between good and evil'
* Utah County a treasure trove for tourists
* Memo to Mormons: Those essays have been approved by the faith’s highest leaders
* Tabernacle Choir tour logistics: getting from here to there
* BYU Ballroom Dancers entertain FM crowd
* Prosecutor: Father, son used LDS Church membership in Ponzi scheme
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites June 25, 2015
* Church website gives safety tips for pioneer trek and other activities
* Overcoming obstacles and putting family first
* The business of being a mother
* Tabernacle Choir tour: getting the word out through social media
* Media Library Translated into Nine Languages
* LDS musician Alex Boyé thrills judges on ‘America’s Got Talent’
* Regional youth dance festival shines bright in Pacific Northwest
* 'A row of Sunday shoes'
6/25
* Mormons praised — and criticized — this week for race relations
* Provo-Orem is least American area in Utah, study says
* People and Place
* Where were the Twelve Apostles when Joseph and Hyrum Smith rode to Carthage?
* Marie Bourdeau: Mama to Mia Love and many more
* BYU-Idaho to host annual Education Week
* 6 LDS-themed activities this summer
* New Institute Manual Includes Sensitive LDS Topics
* Journalist Notes Similarities on Environmental Stewardship Between Faiths
* Afton strong: LDS teen spends final days at church and temple, caring for others
* Time-lapse video shows construction of Mormon Tabernacle Choir's tour organ
* New Harmony: Sorry, I don't have time for the Apocalypse
* Remembering how easily we forget those in need
* The underlying spiritual themes of Pixar films and what they teach kids
* New ABC series features Mormon character wearing nothing but temple garments
* Lehi native talks LDS mission, steals the stage on FOX's 'So You Think You Can Dance'
* Memories of an LDS girlhood
* Former coach established foundation for BYU’s success
* Shelves are getting bare and food bank needs help
* A year after her Mormon excommunication, where do Kate Kelly and the Ordain Women movement stand?
6/23
* MOTION GRAPHIC: LDS Charities Helps Provide Clean Water Around the Globe
* Afton strong: LDS teen spends final days at church and temple, caring for others
* Church peanut butter cannery responds to urgent call for Food Bank support
* Remembering how easily we forget those in need
* Maharashtra declares Blue Mormon as ‘state butterfly’
6/21-6/22
* President Uchtdorf dedicates Trujillo Peru temple
* LDS Peruvian youth celebrate proud history through music and dance
* Youth Pay Tribute to Rich Culture at Trujillo Peru Temple Celebration
* Communities in California and Hawaii Unite to Complete Hundreds of Service Projects
* Why I don't sob at the MTC
* Are You Ready for What the Sabbath Offers?
* New Temple President Called in Manaus, Brazil
* Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's father inspired love of debate, performance
* Remembering how easily we forget those in need
* Utah mom creates LDS mission prep app
* Faith column: LDS church’s dietary restrictions have health benefits
* Road Trippin': Living History of Nauvoo
6/20
* LDS environmental stewardship statement, recent talk share similarities with Pope Francis' encyclical
* A Mormon stake president's 'greatest sermon' was taught in the home
* Watch: LDS Church makes historic announcement about Civil War-era records
* LDS Church, FamilySearch launch project to index Freedmen’s Bureau records of 4 million former slaves
* Freedmen's Bureau Project: Connecting African Americans With Civil War–Era Ancestors
* 'Prophecy comes before history'
* New Young Men leader: 'I will always be obedient'
* Mormons head up effort to make available records of 4 million former black slaves
* UTubers: Children share their thoughts on LDS missions
* Ward councils To take active part in LDS Sacrament meetings
* 'Amazing Race' winner's dad taught him more than just riding a bicycle
* LDS Church hosts auditions for Latino event
* New temple presidents
* New stake presidents
* Church of Latter Day Saints help clean up Potawatomi Zoo
* Dancing With The Stars’ Lindsay Arnold Ties The Knot
6/19
* LDS church holds special meeting to denounce 'false prophets'
* Fathers of the prophets
* Sherry Young: The 'All Pro Dad' and the other side of Father's Day
* “Enduring Angel”: Woman Serves Even While Fighting Leukemia
* Elder Dallin H. Oaks: A loving father who listens to the Spirit
* Defending the Faith: Why some are convinced and others aren't
* Paris LDS church schedules genealogical web conference
* U.S. Rep. Chris Stewart: Dad taught lesson of justice, mercy
* Former BYU player works out for the Jazz
* Kyle Whittingham learned football, life lessons from father
* Sen. Mike Lee files bill to protect traditional marriage believers from government retaliation
* Kirby Heyborne knows his father is always there to rescue him
* In our opinion: Charleston church murders put racial hatred, attacks on worship in spotlight
* Utahns react to Pope Francis’ call to combat climate change
* Unusual family history miracle links the living and the dead
* Dancing With The Stars’ Lindsay Arnold Ties The Knot
* Supreme Court rules in favor of free speech for churches with roadside signs
6/17-6/18
* California, Hawaii communities unite to serve
* Mormon Channel announces Father's Day photo challenge
* U.S. Rep. Chris Stewart: Dad taught lesson of justice, mercy
* LDS World: The law of the fast is a way of life
* Youth conference teaches proper technology use
* Elder Holland visits Scotland and England
* LDS doctor serves in post-earthquake Nepal
* International LDS app contest welcomes experts, beginners
* Manti LDS Temple Hill site of annual pageant
* Mormons Think Eve Was Right
* Bad marriages had women running to and away from Mormon polygamy, historian says
* Bengt Washburn says being Mormon brings unique perspective to standup
6/16
* LDS Charities: A Look at 30 Years of Worldwide Humanitarian Relief
* Houston Mayor Involves Missionaries in Flood Recovery
* Charity Helps Us Become What We Are “Supposed to Be”
* Mormon women to have more say in plans for weekly services
* LDS senior missionary serving in Ghana builds pulpit for paralyzed branch president
* Police: 18-year-old set LDS building ablaze 'because he hates churches'
* Summerwood Stake Hosts Over 200 Wounded Warriors
* LDS youths build 27-foot Nauvoo Temple replica (+time-lapse video)
* Bringing men back to church
* Charity Helps Us Become What We Are “Supposed to Be”
* New Ogden homeless shelter expected to help thousands daily
* Provo community, congregation mourn loss of LDS Bishop, wife and two kids killed in plane crash
6/14-6/15
* Suva Fiji Temple Scheduled for Rededication in January 2016
* Mormon Leader Encourages Dialogue, Deeper Understanding Among Global Faiths
* Man visits 100 LDS temples before he dies
* Nauvoo, British pageant casts practice in SLC
* A deeper look inside the historic Granite Stake Tabernacle
* Fiji Temple rededication, open house scheduled in early 2016, LDS First Presidency announces
* Provo City Center Temple
* BYU: Missionaries - Advantage or Disadvantage?
* LDS Church converted into apartment building preserves a piece of Provo history
6/13
* Sacrament will be first along the Wasatch Front
* Church Calls New Member of Sunday School General Presidency
* New temple president
* Newest temple brings family, community together
* Payson Utah Temple Dedicatory Prayer
* Friends And Neighbors React To Death Of Four Openshaw Family Members
6/12
* “Stand in Holy Places,” Elder Holland Tells Latino Members in New England
* Suva Fiji Temple Scheduled for Rededication in January 2016
* “Hearts Knit Together”—Ward Combines to Strengthen Families
* Elder Nelson travels to Eastern Europe, reflects on previous visits, Church milestones
* “Covenants Connect Us to Heaven,” Says BYU President Kevin J Worthen
* Missionaries help flood victims in Ghana
* Drone footage offers bird’s-eye view of all 16 LDS Temples in Utah in under 3 minutes
* Aldo Francesconi Called as New Temple President in Brazil
* “Inspire, Not Require,” Says Alaska Young Mother of the Year
* Church Presents Family History to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott
* “Miracles of Christ” Exhibit Now Available to View Online
* Brother Holmes Seeks First the Kingdom of God
* Brooke Romney: The blessings of being raised by a low-maintenance mother
* Time-lapse video shows demolition of BYU's Widtsoe Building
* Mormonism has powerfully impacted art in Utah, speakers say
* Nauvoo, British pageant casts practice in SLC
* Neon Trees' Tyler Glenn: The Mormon Church 'Is Changing'
* Mike Lee urges local, federal laws for religious protection in coming gay-rights fights
6/11
* LDS Charities responded to 132 disasters in 60 countries in 2014, Elder Holland tells UK Parliament
* LDS apostle makes history by addressing British Parliament
* LDS Church to once again send missionaries to Liberia
* Mormon missionaries to return to Liberia
* Historic Provo chapel renovated into luxury apartments
* LDS Youth Reenact Handcart Trek Of Pioneer Ancestors
* New homeless shelter/soup kitchen opens in Ogden
* Area LDS churches launch shoe drive
* How, and why, to attend church while on vacation
* Defending the Faith: 'If any man shall add unto these things ...'
* Nauvoo offers rich history lesson
* The Best Downtowns in the USA
6/10
* Open House Announced for Provo City Center Temple
* Thousands attend regional women’s conference in New England
* Free tours set for next year at Provo’s Mormon tabernacle-turned-temple
* 12 countries in 12 months: LDS couple rely on faith as they travel the world with toddler
* Nestor Curbelo to Speak at June Pioneers in Every Land Lecture
* New Harmony: You have 90 seconds: Describe the Mormons
* Monument to be placed on unmarked pioneer grave
* SVU to focus on temples for 19th spiritual retreat June 12-13
* Single mother who survived tornado shares her story in new Mormon Channel video
* Temples to watch in 2015: 9 temple milestones Latter-day Saints will celebrate this year
* Mormon History Association presents awards
* LDS Church in Latin America will be topic of Pioneer lecture Thursday
* Why the Mormon Church Finally Let Black Men Into the Priesthood
* Crew Ainge, son of Danny Ainge, to play basketball at Utah State
* 12 countries in 12 months: LDS couple rely on faith as they travel the world with toddler
* Volunteers planning to sack Food Bank potatoes
6/9
* LDS priesthood extended to ‘every faithful, worthy man' 37 years ago Monday
* Temples to watch in 2015: 9 temple milestones Latter-day Saints will celebrate this year
* LDS Church in Latin America will be topic of Pioneer lecture Thursday
* New generation of historians presenting a better view of Mormonism to the world, speaker says
* The errand of angels: Future sister missionaries meet on Temple Square (+video)
* Utahns take part in World's Largest Family Reunion
* BYU track standout hopes to cap long journey to Provo with 800-meter national title
* Pianists Win First Place in Music Competition “for the Glory of God”
* Dick Harmon: Kresimir Cosic honored in Croatia, teammate on hand for celebration
* Volunteers help elderly woman jailed for neglecting property
* 2 Teens Arrested in Graffiti Case at Mormon Meetinghouse
6/7-6/8
* Payson Utah Temple Dedicated
* Payson Utah Temple: History and faith resonate at temple dedication
* 'Fill the world with love' — youths delight in Payson Utah Temple cultural celebration
* Santaquin teenager creates coat racks for Payson Utah Temple dedication
* Nestor Curbelo to Speak at June Pioneers in Every Land Lecture
* Taylor Halverson: Evidences for the Book of Mormon: Why the missionary zeal of Abish?
* New generation of historians presenting a better view of Mormonism to the world, speaker says
* Mormon History Association pioneers reflect on founding 50 years ago
* Meet the new temple president and matron for the Porto Alegre Brazil Temple
* Members of Utah dynasties square off
* Houston Native Gives Life to Save Another
* In 'Singing with Angels,' local filmmakers get unprecedented access to Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* Serving church mission both challenging and fulfilling
6/6
* President Monson, other LDS leaders and family honor Elder L. Tom Perry at funeral
* A life of devotion to 'God, family, country'
* Christ opens heaven's doors
* Elder Holland counsels New England Latinos
* 'Covenants connect us to heaven' says BYU President Kevin J Worthen
* New Young Men leader: He learned early to seek first the kingdom of God
* New musical tells story of prophets' alma mater
* Payson Temple Cultural Celebration preview
* Santaquin teenager creates coat racks for Payson Utah Temple dedication
* LDS employment centers another option for job-seekers
* Utah doctor: Thyroid cancer is rarely fatal
* BYU student designs $54 million app
* Farr West church covered in vulgar graffiti
* Two-year mission didn't stop BayBears' Adam Miller from chasing his MLB dream
* Kirby: Choosing the wrong apostle
6/5
* Vai's View: Elder L. Tom Perry 'was always so good to me'
* U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs honors Elder L.Tom Perry on Facebook
* Cancer spread quickly in claiming life of apostle
* Elder Ballard Attends New Mexico Mass for Archbishop John Wester
* On eve of Magna Carta's 800th anniversary, Elder Cook speaks about religious freedom
* Modesty Is a Witness of Our Covenants, Says Sister McConkie
* Reserve 2015 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Pioneer Day Concert Tickets Now
* Newly acquired Carl Bloch piece unveiled at BYU's Museum of Art
* Sharing the 'Miracle': Mormon filmmaker wants 'Cokeville' retelling to reach many faiths
* The Cartwrights meet the Mormons in a new ‘Bonanza’ DVD
* Man shares story of overcoming substance abuse, finding peace in prison in Mormon Channel video
* How will new LDS temple impact Cedar City?
* BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum returns from LDS mission
6/4
* Linda & Richard Eyre: Elder L. Tom Perry: An extraordinary friend and family mentor
* For late Mormon apostle L. Tom Perry, Fenway Park was a slice of heaven
* 'Faith and leadership': How one stake president inspired an increase in temple work among LDS members in Payson
* Sister missionary killed in crash remembered as witty, loving
* Mormon History Association to convene for 50th year
* Duce's Wild: When charity faileth during church classes
* Defending the Faith: Six evangelical 'convictions' and Latter-day Saints
* Taylor Halverson: New Testament insights: The gospels as ancient biographies
* Mormon CEO, father of 5 says priorities matter more than balance
* Meyerland area flood victims get help from Mormon Helping Hands
* Bear Lake survivors sang songs, yelled prayers while in water for hours
* Meet the Mormons: A docu on faith
* Future BYU QB Wilstead named Male Athlete of the Year
* Lakers look at draft prospects, including Rashad Vaughn, Richaun Holmes
6/3
* Elder L. Tom Perry: An extraordinary friend and family mentor
* Elder Perry the sports fan
* Guest Artist Announced for Mormon Tabernacle Choir Pioneer Day Concert
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces 'Cinderella' Broadway star as guest artist for Pioneer Day concerts
* LDS siblings receive mission calls to Sao Paulo on the same day
* 3 children, Ogden doctor die after boat capsizes on Bear Lake
* Utah defends anti-polygamy law, saying it prevents abuse
* Public invited to Mormon Helping Hands concert June 6
* Iwo Jima survivor credits family's prayer for saving him
* Are We Mormons a Cult?
6/2
* Remembering Elder L. Tom Perry: Speeches at BYU
* Funeral Services Scheduled for Elder L. Tom Perry
* BYU-Hawaii Devotional: Students counseled to discover the "Power of Faith"
* New Temple Presidents Called for Temples in Mexico, Finland, Tahiti, and Japan
* Elder Ballard counsels young single adults to stay anchored
* Death row inmate's first appeal points finger at Mormon church attorneys
* Summerwood Stake Hosts Over 200 Wounded Warriors
* Book of Mormon distributed outside musical of same name
* Missionaries say age change for women allowed to serve has made a big impact
5/31-6/1
* Elder Perry's 'wildfire' cancer shocked family, but son recalls dear memories
* “We Should Never Be Downcast,” Said the Late Elder Perry
* Photos: A photographic look at Elder L. Tom Perry's life and service
* A timeline of important events in Elder L. Tom Perry's life
* Family, dignitaries honor Elder L. Tom Perry's ability to connect with leaders, regular people
* Late Mormon apostle Perry cherished Utah’s LGBT-religious-liberty law, son says
* How a new Mormon apostle is chosen
* Brigham Young Historic Park Hosts 2015 Summer Concert Series
* Mormon History Association turns 50 at annual conference
* Ed Smart confirms Elizabeth Smart gave birth to baby girl
* How can I defend marriage and family when I'm single?
* Is your financial house in order? 10 questions for Latter-day Saint families
* Romney or Huntsman? Which type of Mormon Republican will prevail in future elections?
* Church to Deliver 9,610 Cans of Food to South Plains Food Bank Monday
5/30
* Elder Perry's cancer has 'spread aggressively,' LDS Church reports
* A Relief Society Sister Fulfills Calling Despite Obstacles
* Córdoba Argentina Temple Dedicatory Prayer
* Brigham Young’s birthday celebration June 1
* In Our Lovely Deseret: Whistlers and whittlers — boys of Nauvoo organized to protect the Prophet Joseph
* Lindsey Stirling's father responds to Billboard Music Awards dress controversy
* Woman who is blind runs Boston Marathon with help of guides
* New stake presidents
* New temple presidents
* Church outreach teaches English to community members
* Truck crashes into Salina Church
* BYUtv’s Granite Flats reaches milestone
* 'For the glory of God alone'
5/29
* Elder L. Tom Perry's cancer terminal, 'has spread aggressively,' LDS Church says
* Elder L. Tom Perry Thanks Members and Friends as Health Worsens
* Elder Oaks Shares Missionary Assignment Process
* Elder Cook speaks at Catholic university about defending faith, protecting religious freedom
* Tethered to the gospel
* Elder Holland accepts key Scouting assignment
* Is your financial house in order? 10 questions for Latter-day Saint families
* Son shares story of miraculous reunion with mother after 12 years of separation
* Faith Strengthens Family’s Resolve in Face of Tragedy
* 'This Is the Right Place': Doing Business and Vacationing in Utah
* Runaway Mormon wives, other topics on tap for LDS history conference
* Missionaries spread Mormon beliefs in Shippensburg
* 13,000 youth to perform at Payson temple cultural celebration
5/28
* Elder Cook Calls for Global Effort to Protect Faith and Religious Freedom
* “Everything Works If You Serve the Lord,” Says Sister Durham
* Missionaries say age change for women allowed to serve has made a big impact
* Help Prepare Young Women Now for Temple Blessings Later
* Asia Area Leaders Visit Nepal Devastation
* Dallin H. Oaks uses social media to explain mission calls
* Woman prevented from leaping off LDS Church Office Building
* 'Saturday's Warrior' director shares details about 2016 motion picture reboot
* Viewpoint: Get Organized and Delegate
* Defending the Faith: Joseph Smith's vision of the 3 degrees of glory was a gift from God
* Old Rock Church tours open doors to historic Salt Lake chapel
* BYU Museum of Art acquires previously lost Carl Bloch painting
* LDS missionaries cover David Archuleta's 'Glorious'
* Who are ‘the least of these’? Bible scholars say they may not be the poor
* Archaeologist determined to dig up ancient history in Nauvoo
* Care for The Poor is in Christianity's DNA
* Family looking for missionary son last seen near Chinle, Arizona
5/27
* Church Presents Family History to Prime Minister Tony Abbott
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites May 26, 2015
* 'Meet the Mormons' now available for streaming on Netflix
* Jerry Earl Johnston: Do you fit the Mormon mold or break the mold?
* Should religion be easy?
* Rubio warns: Christianity could be labeled 'hate speech'
* Frugal millionaire who sold app to Snapchat for $54 MILLION plans to pay for his family's round-the-world trip by selling all their belongings
* Twins celebrate 90th birthday
* Chris McGown resigns as BYU men's volleyball coach
5/26
* ValueSpeak: 'The forget-me-nots of the angels' on Memorial Day
* New temple presidents
* Church Commemorates War of 1812, End of Civil War 150th Anniversary
* Bells on Temple Square concert marks 10th year
* At 40, BYU Religious Studies Center looks back and ahead
* Brigham Young Historic Park Hosts 2015 Summer Concert Series
* 60+ Volunteers Lend A Helping Hand In Delmont On Memorial Day
* "I'm No Hero, But I Am So Proud": Pride of Pain for Veterans in Simi Valley
* About Utah: Reliving their great escape — from a movie seat
* Police identify suspect killed in shootout with police in Eagar, Arizona
* BYU student parlays app idea into a life-changer
* An invitation to Mormon History conference
* Mormon LGBT group’s bid to join parades denied
5/23-5/25
* Primary general presidency: 'Everything works if you serve the Lord'
* “You Are Not Forgotten,” Elder Rasband Tells LDS Troops
* Church Commemorates War of 1812, End of Civil War 150th Anniversary
* Elder Parley P. Pratt’s Life Explored in Symposium
* Missionary Moment: A Young Girl’s Example
* Tabernacle Choir App Now Available for Android Users
* And the winners of the 2014 Whitney Awards are ...
* Cordoba Argentina Temple dedicatory prayer
* New Stake Presidents
* Mormons Building Bridges again shut out of Days of ’47, Freedom Festival parades
* Festival of Colors coming to Ogden Saturday
* Mormons and evangelicals: Answering the hardball questions about our faith
* Kirby: Reading scripture behind the lines
5/22
* Church to Monitor BSA Policy Discussion
* Will Boy Scouts drop ban on gay adults? Mormon leaders watching and waiting
* A Stirling success: For dancing violinist, the world is her stage
* Lindsey Stirling responds to modesty criticism on Instagram
* Arianna Rees: Why Lindsey Stirling's Billboard dress doesn't matter
* 9 Lone Peak baseball players prepare to serve LDS missions
* Hatch-Cardin bill to make permanent a law allowing religious organizations to bring non-ministerial workers into the U.S.
5/21
* Saints in Brazil Are Pillars of the Church, Says Elder Christofferson
* LDS Church leaders, missionary couple offer support in Nepal
* Continually Hold On to Iron Rod, Elder Johnson Tells BYU–Idaho Students
* Members and Friends Invited to Take Part in Global Family Reunion
* LDS Charities Heals, Aids, Builds Character, Director Says
* Bells on Temple Square to Celebrate 10 Years with Concert
* Tiffany Gee Lewis: A Mormon, a Muslim and a Hindu sit down together on a plane
* LDS Church members in Brazil make 3,000-mile, 6-day journey to Sao Paulo Temple
* Returning Mormon missionaries cause BYU-Idaho enrollment to rise
* Defending the Faith: The plates of the Book of Mormon: 'As material as anything can be'
* Hollywood Actress Shunned & Embraced By Amish Community?
* One overlooked factor in the American religious landscape — fertility rates
* Brandon Flowers' new solo album, 'The Desired Effect,' takes personal turn
* 19 young women recognized for hard work
* JustServe program benefits individuals, communities
* Defending the Faith: Book of Mormon witnesses did not simply see the plates with their 'spiritual eyes'
* How cemeteries and smartphones play a role in family history
* Piano man fixes broken ivories across the West
5/20
* Helping Hands project volunteers pack up more than 85,000 meals
* One flight, three faiths
* Mormons, Amish and Jews
* Adopted, biological children share what makes their family of 9 happy in new Mormon Channel video
* A little elbow grease
* Mormon group assists with community projects
* Mormon vice: Utah buys more candy than any other state
* "Being Around Consecrated, Talented People is Rejuvenating"
* Joana Araujo's leap of faith
* 4 Cancer Charities Are Accused of Fraud
* Don’t ask a Mormon, “Do you have a temple recommend?”
* The Mormons on Mount Scopus
5/19
* Córdoba Temple Dedication “Wonderful,” Said President Uchtdorf
* Cultural Event Attendees Told to Make Córdoba Temple the “Light of Your Life”
* Nothing else they would rather do: LDS couple has twins, triplets under 14 months old
* Utah Utes coaches tailor weekly religion class for LDS football players
* 13-year-old Oklahoma girl's Personal Progress project is preserving World War II history
* Jenna Kim Jones talks to Ravishly about being a Mormon in the entertainment industry
* New LDS.org navigation menus make resources easier to find
* How a Mormon-made Cold War drama got the attention of Netflix
* Utah colleges expecting enrollment jump
* More sculptures to be added to ‘Light of the World’ garden
5/17-5/18
* Cordoba Argentina Temple: Apostle returns "home"
* Latter-day Saints in northern Argentina celebrate historic weekend
* Cordoba Argentina Temple: Already uplifting spirits, changing lives
* Argentine Latter-day Saints celebrate their new temple, rich culture
* Video recounts 3,000 mile journey from Manaus to Sao Paulo Temple
* The ever-changing road of life
* 6 lies early returned missionaries tell themselves
* Five of the coolest, most successful BYU inventions of this year
* Mormon Helping Hands turns to Towanda
* First hospice for Utah's homeless dedicated by community, religious leaders
* Michael Deeds: Lindsey Stirling is a dancing, violin-shredding Mormon sensation
* Mormon Church apply for demolition consent
* Charity that inspired Romney-Holyfield fight is a hit in poor nations
* Mormon vice? Utahns buy the most candy in the U.S.
* Utah woman still missing 1 month after disappearance
5/16
* 'Face to Face' with Elder and Sister Bednar
* New LDS.org Navigation Menus Make Resources Easier to Find
* New general authority: The tender mercies of the Lord Jesus Christ
* New Area Seventies Called to Fifth Quorum
* Hamblin & Peterson: Nauvoo after the Mormons left
* Memorial Day in Historic Chesterfield
* Video recounts 3,000 mile journey from Manaus to Sao Paulo Temple
* State campaign, large donation helping local justice center
* Pyle: Utah religion numbers turn out not to be so odd
* New temple presidents
5/15
* Quincy Exhibit Honors Town’s Kindness to Mormon Refugees
* Even on the doorstep of war, 'you are not forgotten'
* Far-flung Broken Hill an unlikely base for two young Mormon missionaries
* Mormon church pegs Moravia resident for regional leadership role
* Rolly: Fight of the Century II? Hardly, but Romney, Holyfield ready to trade jabs for charity
* Springville women want to put a stop to child slavery
* Brandon Flowers interview: People don't appreciate what The Killers achieved
5/14
* Watch: Elder and Sister Bednar answer LDS youths' questions about self-esteem, technology, doubts and more
* Elder and Sister Bednar Counsel Youth during Worldwide “Face to Face” Event
* 5 themes from the 'Face to Face' with Elder and Sister Bednar
* President Henry B. Eyring shares family stories, importance of education in University of Utah video
* New Mormon chapel in the spotlight for open day
* Men explain how 'burden' of lifting neighbor into bed for 7 years became a blessing in new Mormon Channel video
* Knocking digital doors: How an LDS ward in Utah assisted in the conversion of a Scottish woman
* Defending the Faith: Much left to discover between archaeology and the Book of Mormon
* Bryce Harper is breaking down Mormon stereotypes
* Johnny on the spot for Moutere
5/13
* BYU–Hawaii's Board of Trustees Announces New President
* Elder Montoya Defined by a Legacy of Faith
* Relief Efforts Continue in Nepal
* 'Face to Face' with Elder and Sister Bednar
* Women’s conference strives for perfection, not perfectionism
* Moment: Creating a Ward Family
* Wright Words: What a young cancer patient teaches about sanctity of sacrament
* What's New: 'Understanding the Apocrypha' is an excellent resource
* Utah conference to tout the ‘natural family’ — LGBT groups plan more inclusive gathering
* Visit Manti during Mormon Miracle Pageant
5/12
* Elder Oaks tours LDS Church's South America South Area
* Mormon families are America's largest, new study finds
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Miracles and heartache in Nepal
* L.A. Mormons join California’s drought fight, let temple lawn go brown
* 'Why I Believe' events give recent LDS converts a chance to share faith
* New temple presidents
* New mission presidents
* Why you should hike Ensign Peak to start off your summer
* Christianity shrinking in U.S.; Mormon numbers essentially flat
* Married teachers who started teaching on same day will retire on same day
5/10-4/11
* Mary Magdalene actress shares experiences playing the role in 'A.D.'
* Taylor Halverson: New Testament insights: Matthew’s Gospel patterned on the 5 Books of Moses
* Celebration marks LDS pioneer Howard Egan's 200th birthday
* Acclaimed Utah journalist, and music lover, dies at 68
* In Republican Utah, big laws taking effect Tuesday have liberal bent
* Former Sen. Larry Pressler reflects on public life, future
* City Creek Center: a mall built to last and to lead, but will it?
5/9
* Church Issues Update on Health of Leaders
* Elder Scott unable to attend meetings of the Twelve, but Elder Perry returns
* Ill health prevents Mormon apostle Scott from meeting with fellow LDS leaders
* May Pioneers in Every Land Lecture to Focus on Humanitarian Work
* Elder Christofferson champions religious freedom in Brazil speech
* Church Announces 2015 Area Leadership Assignments
* Missionaries to return to Liberia
* Apostle uplifted by South American tour
* 10 U.S. Companies You Didn't Know Had Religious Founders
* LDS women among state mothers of year
* Relief efforts continue in quake-weary Nepal
* Kirby: Give with a little scream
* Mormon temple lawn goes brown
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites May 8, 2015
* BYU Management Society Honors Zions Bancorporation CEO
* LDS Charities’ history, reach topic of Pioneers in Every Land lecture
* Filming under way for Mormon Tabernacle Choir movie
* LDS returned missionary creates video to give hope to missionaries that return early
5/8
* 25 quotes from LDS leaders on the reverence of motherhood
* 6 things my mother never taught me
* Being a covenant keeper
* Relief Society Participates in the Work of Salvation
* Have Mormons Become America's Best Advocates For Freedom Of Speech?
* Washington Post features 'How to pray like a Mormon' video
* Duce's Wild: 6 things my mother never taught me
* BYU art exhibit focuses on a teaching Mormons rarely discuss: Heavenly Mother
* Reward increased to $15,000 in case of Mexican woman who disappeared in Utah
* Mormons search for roots in Cambodia
* From the web: Mormon teen model from Spanish Fork makes debut on 'Ellen'
* 6 high school teachers, coach win Crystal Apple Awards
5/7
* Thoughts, memories and tributes to mothers from LDS Church leaders
* Mormons more faithful with more education
* How to pray like a Mormon
* Citizenship and Conscience
* Defending the Faith: A tale of 2 holy lands
* Picturing history: Asael Smith grave
* Mormon Channel releases new 'His Grace' video about post-traumatic stress
* New Central Eurasian Mission to Be Opened in July
* Violence Is Worse Than Blasphemy
* New LDS Charities Training Program to Improve Health of Mothers and Babies Worldwide
* Will paying players pay off for BYU?
* What made us happy 80 years ago isn't what makes us happy today

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