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MormonHaven News Archives
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8/27
* Statue marks milestone for Fort Collins Mormon temple
* Utah Scout leaders breathe easier; Mormon church is sticking with the group
* 8 interesting facts about the Toronto Ontario Temple as it hits the 25-year mark
* Defending the Faith: Nephi and the Israelite exodus
* Couples looking at senior missions need to plan ahead
* New Mormon Stake Center opens on Sunset Road
* Latter-Day Saints undertake clean-up
* Broadway's 'Cinderella' talks about love for husband, appreciation for Christian faith
* World-famous DJ Kaskade to perform free concert in Provo
8/26
* LDS Church will continue Boy Scout program
* Church to Go Forward with Scouting Program
* Alzheimer's, fall claim life of Elder Keith K. Hilbig, former LDS general authority, at 73
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | August 25, 2015
* FamilySearch Opens New Seattle Family Discovery Center
* Speaker at FairMormon Conference Gives Secular Argument for the Gospel
* Professor Speaks about Icelandic Saints at Pioneers in Every Land Lecture Series
* Visitors’ Center Director Called for Priesthood Restoration Site
* L. Tom Perry Helped the People of Nagasaki to Rebuild Their City and Their Faith
* Learn Best Teaching Practices from “Gifted Teachers”
* Tiffany Gee Lewis: 'Let this be heaven' — taking our 'village' up the mountain
* LDS Church releases statement after vandals damage Fort Collins Temple construction site
* Mormonism’s dating dilemma is a guy thing — there aren’t enough of them
* Tips for living: 'Return and Continue with Honor'
* A look at Utah women and suffrage as the 19th Amendment turns 95
8/25
* LDS Church leaders offer encouragement, announce news on social media
* Mormon woman will be first female West Point cadet to serve LDS mission
* California community rallies around LDS family amid tragedy and hardship
* Senior LDS official gives talk in Pocatello
* Opening Devotional: Establishing peace, living the mission
* Missionaries with Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints consider work an honor
* What two religions tell us about the modern dating crisis
* Alex Boyé discusses transformation from homeless teen to singing star
* Learning money management skills increases financial security for women
* Uani' Unga Using Life Lessons to Make Push for New York Giants' Final Roster
* BYU football position preview: The offensive backfield
* Vandals damage Fort Collins LDS temple construction site
8/23-8/24
* President Eyring dedicates temple in the Crossroads of America
* Youth Perform at Indianapolis Temple Cultural Celebration
* Frankfurt Germany Temple to Close for Renovation
* Viewpoint: Prepare for the Sacrament
* 2 'art detectives' solve an LDS Church history art mystery
* FamilySearch opens a new Seattle Family Discovery Center
* California community rallies around LDS family amid tragedy and hardship
* Utah colleges brace for first wave of younger, returning Mormon missionaries
* LDS Scout parents speak out about openly gay adult policy
8/22
* LDS Church to reopen, dedicate site where priesthood was restored
* LDS Missions
* LDS mother 'redefining feminism' with Big Ocean Women nonprofit network
* At least one key Mormon committee still lacks women
* Free lecture delves into rarely seen part of Book of Mormon history
* New visitors' center director
* It's their mission
* Martin Harris Pageant cast members are performers, missionaries
8/21
* Happy birthday, President Monson: 15 quotes from the LDS prophet
* 90,000 tour new Indianapolis temple
* LDS Frankfurt Germany Temple to close for renovation
* Big Ocean Women healing this world 'one wave at a time'
* 'Once I Was a Beehive' is expanding camp
* Practices of 'gifted teachers'
* Top Federal Way eye doctor sells practice, accepts professorship
* Church art mystery
* Professor speaks about Icelandic Latter-day Saints at Pioneers in Every Land series
* Speaker gives 'barebones secular argument for the gospel'
* Martin Harris Pageant cast members are performers, missionaries
* Setting the odds for those with MS: BYU study gives personalized predictions for the disease
* Argentine youth participate in handcart trek across the Pampas
* ABC has crossed the line
8/20
* Righteous Have “Compensatory Spiritual Power,” Says Elder Andersen
* Mormons Around the World Country Newsroom Websites August 19, 2015
* Women to take part on general Church councils
* Mormon women salute historic step, envision even greater strides toward equity
* The Importance of Testifying in the Home
* David Archuleta sings 'Come, Come Ye Saints' for LDS missionaries in New Zealand
* Highland young men trek across state to prepare for missions
* Stop looking for a soul mate, BYU professor advises
* Sorensen brothers have shared experiences in football, faith, family
* Video captures demolition of BYU's final Heritage Halls buildings
* BYU unveils donated painting 'Treasures of Knowledge' by artist Greg Olsen
* Teen dance, 'spiritual vacation' draw younger crowd to BYU's Education Week
* 84-year-old man travels to 77 LDS temples after wife's death
* Defending the Faith: Book of Mormon parallels that are all too easy to find
8/19
* Women Church Leaders Appointed to Leadership Councils
* 18-year-old pushes youth leader in wheelchair across Mormon pioneer trek
* Greatest joy found in the gospel of Jesus Christ, Elder Oaks tells grads
* 'Love is a Choice': 20 marriage quotes from LDS general authority's new book
* Jerry Earl Johnston: What I learned from 'Once I Was a Beehive'
* More than 82,000 FamilySearch Volunteers “Fuel the Find” during Worldwide Indexing Event
* As Mormon prophet turns 88, church he leads has grown nearly 25 times larger during his life
* How to Get Started Writing a Personal History
* Worldwide violinist phenom Lindsey Stirling receives her BYU degree
* Tanners address BYU–Hawaii Ohana to open new academic year, new administration
* Are Mormons Christians?
* Why These 6 Religious Groups Wear What They Wear
* LDS to collect donations for fall food drive
8/18
* 'Saturday's Warrior' movie project turns to fans for support
* Erin Stewart: I am a stay-at-home mother, not a housewife
* Taylor Halverson: What is a lecture? A technology of learning
* Chelmsley Wood bishop left in coma after attack outside church - as it happened
* Most Utah Mormons want their church out of Boy Scouts, poll shows
* When San Bernardino Was a Mormon Colony
* Latter-Day Saints clean hospitals in W/R
* Latest LDS children’s book breaks international boundaries
* Maine trek teaches Mormon teens about hardships of ancestors
* Mysterious visitors to local church were missionaries
8/16-8/17
* Mormon bishop in coma following attack
* Mexico City Prepares for Rededication of Beloved Temple
* emodeled Mexico City Temple Opens for Public Tours
* LDS church breaks ground on St. George genealogy library
* Trust in the Lord to Receive Deliverance
* We are all needed: What a pioneer trek taught me
* Sister Carol F. McConkie: 'The fire of pure testimony'
* First Baptist Church of Conyers leaving Boy Scouts after gay ban lifted
* Work begins on one of state's largest Mormon churches
* Mendenhall 'more comfortable' with BYU defense after strong scrimmage performance
* Without Romney Running, Rubio and Bush Make Early Inroads with Nevada Mormons
* Glenna Christensen: God’s answers to prayers don’t come in thunderbolts
8/15
* Mormon Leaders Sharing Inspirational Messages on Twitter, Facebook and Google+
* Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right - August 14, 2015
* Editors of Joseph Smith Papers Lecture on the Printer’s Manuscript of the Book of Mormon
* A pioneer trek in the hills of California
* Lindsey Stirling says Mormon lifestyle keeps her safe
* Lindsey Stirling graduates from BYU
* Top ten unexpected travel attractions
* Greg Olsen Shares the Story Behind His Stunning Piece 'Worlds Without End'
8/14
* President Monson to celebrate 88th birthday
* Mexico City prepares for rededication of beloved temple
* Creating the Lord's Way: Photographers around the world share talents
* Church volunteers at Special Olympics
* Disaster relief: A career and a calling
* Getting started writing a personal history
* FairMormon Conference speaker identifies a 'spiritual threat'
* Washington Mormon choir sings at DC United-Real Salt Lake match
* Lucky Blue Smith is the most in-demand Mormon model on earth
* Local heroes: Made-in-Utah movies ‘Once I Was a Beehive’ and ‘Point B’ are as good as the Hollywood product
* Scott D. Pierce: Mormon underwear now an issue at ABC
* Pictures: Mormons helping the homeless
* 'Once I Was a Beehive' highlights the sincerity behind some Mormon stereotypes
* 'Granite Flats' brought new meaning to family friendly programming
8/13
* New Update Connects Gospel Library and Scripture Mastery Apps
* Prepare to “Get Thee into the Mountain”—the Temple of the Lord
* Girls camp movie brought cast members, whether Mormon or not, together
* 9 moments every girls camper remembers
* Defending the Faith: Materialism isn't what it used to be
* Elder Lynn Robbins teaches love is a commitment, behavior, responsibility in 'Love is a Choice’
* Trib Talk: Mormon scholar Richard Bushman on seer stones, transparency
* Mormon, atheist debate definition of faith
* LDS lecture to focus on ‘printer’s manuscript’ of Book of Mormon
* Hundreds join in groundbreaking for new LDS Cedar City Temple
8/12
* Temples to watch in 2015: 11 temple milestones Latter-day Saints will celebrate this year
* LDS Public Affairs head among speakers at FairMormon Conference
* Taylor Halverson: What is technology, our master or servant?
* Mormon, atheist debate definition of faith
* Elder Dallin H. Oaks to speak at BYU graduation
* BYU linebacker Colby Jorgensen fractures neck in practice
8/11
* US bishop tells Catholic groups to sever ties with Boy Scouts
* Indianapolis Indiana Temple Dedication
* LDS Church leaders share posts about patience, faith on social media
* 2016 Curriculum Announced for Children, Youth, and Adults
* August 2015 Family History Library Webinars and Classes
* Service Allows Disabled Youth to Participate in Trek
* Freedmen’s Bureau Freed Slave Records Indexing Kicks Off in Houston
* Motherhood Is Understood through Experience, Says Utah Young Mother of the Year
* FamilySearch Undergoing Transformation
* Michael Otterson shares insights on LDS Church Public Affairs, work of church leaders
* Cokeville hostage survivors speak about the angels who helped them
* Brad Wilcox, Jane Clayson Johnson, others speak at BYU-Idaho Education Week
* 'Earnest prayer isn't a monologue'
* Mormon scholar Richard Bushman on seer stones, transparency
* BYU ranked among the least LGBT-friendly campuses
* Panels detailing Mormon trek replaced with new ones
8/9-8/10
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* Ground Broken for Cedar City Utah Temple
* Iceland focus of Pioneers in Every Land lecture Aug. 13
* Op-ed: As we confront our LDS history, we should be more charitable to those who doubt
* Gastonia youth attend Mormon conference at Wingate
* BYU football notebook: Taysom Hill, newcomers stand out on first day of fall camp
* How Good Music Brings Family Harmony
* Former Ute Monk Bailey never looked back after joining LDS Church
* Elder Dallin H. Oaks to speak at BYU’s August 13 Commencement Exercises
* Popular BYU Camp Closed Due to Bear Sightings
8/8
* Noteworthy year for LDS temples includes renovation of Jordan River, twin groundbreakings in Chile, Tucson
* Jordan River Utah Temple Will Close for Extensive Renovation
* Steeple won't crown Mormon temple in Foothills
* LDS church holds Cedar City Utah Temple groundbreaking
* Custom-built handcart allows young man to participate in trek
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir applications due Aug. 15
* New stake presidents
* Sunrise Hall offers a new place to worship for service members
* Thus saith Mormon PR boss: We don’t go ‘rogue’
* Mormon ghost town uncovered by drought in Nevada
* Kirby: I’ve got my own version of Joseph Smith’s seer stone
8/7
* Mormon temple in Carmel is first in Indiana
* President Monson Shares a Lesson He Learned from a Teacher
* Latter-day Saint Volunteers Bask in Special Olympics Fever
* 'The Book of Mormon': This is not a review, but it's still a good point.
* Custom-built handcart allows young man to participate in trek
* Utah Young Mother of the Year: Motherhood understood through experience
* Church leaders announce the 2016 Mutual theme
* New interactive transcripts added to Media Library Videos
* Freedmen's Bureau freed slave records indexing kicks off at Houston Family History Center
* Transformation of FamilySearch.org
* Latin American civil records are priceless tool in family history research
* Strategies for using technology in family history research
* Brad Wilcox, Jane Clayson Johnson, others speak at BYU-Idaho Education Week
* New interactive transcripts added to Media Library Videos
* Former Alta, BYU soccer player Bain named All-American
8/6
* Recounting the preservation of the printer's manuscript of the Book of Mormon
* Mormons unveil photos of rare sacred stone used by founder
* 'Service that reflects the Savior's love'
* LDS convert receives mission call to same country as friend who introduced him to the church
* What an Episcopal priest learned from singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* Defending the Faith: Is religion merely outdated, failed science?
* Why the message behind 'The Book of Mormon' musical is so troubling
* Mormon reaction to Joseph Smith’s seer stone: the stuff of revelation or a rock to mock
* Why Mormons build temples
* Utah group to start Boy Scout troop welcoming gay leaders
* Ghost Town Emerges As Drought Makes Nevada's Lake Mead Disappear
8/1-8/5
* Mormon Church Releases First Photos Of The Stone Joseph Smith Used To Translate The Book Of Mormon
* LDS Church announces publication of the printer's manuscript of the Book of Mormon
* Why 'The Book of Mormon' musical is not just offensive — it's shallow
* Without the overdose of obscenity, 'The Book of Mormon' would have been a delight
* Young man eager to serve LDS mission bears emotional testimony after sedation
* Alex Boye to make second appearance on NBC's 'America's Got Talent'
* LDS mom qualifies for U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
* Artist Adam Bateman charts ancestry in 74-day walk along Mormon Trail
* Church Thanks San Diego Padres for Their Community Service
* Illinois the top party school in the US; BYU still the top stone-cold sober school
* Get Ready to Swoon: David Archuleta to Headline BYU Homecoming Spectacular
7/31
* Religious groups react to Boy Scouts’ vote to drop ban on gay leaders
* Mormon Church Considers Creating Its Own Version of the Boy Scouts
* Mormon thrill ride creator still generating excitement at age 74
* MOTION GRAPHIC: Helping the Needy; It's a Hand Up
* Defending the Faith: A rich buffet of faith-building presentations
* Elder Oaks BYU’s August 2015 commencement speaker
* BYU-Idaho students form brotherhood of service for roommate with genetic disease
* LDS Church to break ground on Cedar City Temple August 8
* 4-star basketball recruit Connor Harding commits to BYU
7/29
* Elder Hallstrom shares 4 keys to a balanced life with BYU-Idaho graduates
* Helping Light the Fire to Learn
* September 2015 Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults
* Newly redesigned Mormon pioneer website helping users connect with ancestors
* Y. family history conference July 28-31
* Wright Words: Younger sister is living tribute to brothers who died in a plane crash
* International Brough Reunion set for Aug. 7-9
* If Mormons leave Scouting, BSA will feel it — in its wallet
* Early Mormon marriages database to shed light on polygamy, past and present
* Mormon Temple Tours Drawing Big Crowds
* LDS Church holds off on plans to demolish driving range
* LDS former hockey player, coach ‘returning the favor’ of charity while fighting Parkinson’s disease
* Passing the torch
7/28
* LDS Church 're-evaluating' Scouting program after Boy Scouts of America policy change
* Church Re-evaluating Scouting Program
* Boy Scouts End Ban on Gay Leaders, Over Protests by Mormon Church (New York Times)
* LDS Church relationship with Boy Scouts in doubt, may create new international program
* 14 surprising, heartwarming videos of LDS mission calls, homecomings
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Announces 2016 European Tour: Singers and orchestra embark on first international tour in nearly two decades
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir members react to European tour announcement
* Seeking a balanced life
* BYU student’s portrayal of Mormonism’s Heavenly Mother vanishes from photo exhibit
* Divisive ‘Book of Mormon’ musical opens Tuesday in Utah
7/25-7/26
* Pioneer Day Is A Mormon Celebration Of History And Faith. Here's Why.
* Pioneering: A Work that Fires the Soul, Says Sunrise Service Speaker
* 5 Things We Learn from Database of Mormon Pioneers
* Family History Moment: Sister Missionaries Discover a Common Ancestor
* Pioneer Experiences Possible for Today's Saints, Taught President Monson
* New Temple President Called to Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple
* August Pioneers in Every Land Lecture to Focus on Icelandic Members
* Profane but acclaimed: 'The Book of Mormon' musical arrives in Salt Lake City
* Defending the Faith: Chimayó, the 'Lourdes of America'
* Wisconsin Young Mother of the Year: Grateful for guidance from the gospel
* BYU study finds negative academic outcomes from comparing children
* Kate Kelly joins Latter-day Saints gathered outside Mormon headquarters for mass-resignation event
* Kirby: The LDS Church could diversify its leadership by calling me
* Clergy learn value of utilizing Internet
* The Straight Edge Mormon DJ Taking Over the World
7/24
* 3 returned LDS missionaries represent Days of '47 royalty
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces first overseas tour in 18 years
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Announces 2016 European Tour
* Mormonism in Pictures: Mormon Tabernacle Choir Expands Outreach
* In Our Lovely Deseret: The Utah War: 'I will not suffer myself to be taken to be killed as they killed Joseph'
* Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson: Lighting the fire to learn
* Pioneer trek: Historical sites around state give a glimpse into Utah's heritage
* LDS Church hosts meeting to get residents’ feedback on proposed development at Thanksgiving Point
* Chris Hicks: Sentimental 1940s Western about Mormon pioneers to make DVD debut
* BYU study finds negative academic outcomes from comparing children
* Texas Young Mother of the Year: 'Motherhood has shaped my character'
7/23
* Five Ways to Celebrate the Sabbath as a Family
* 5 Ways to Become a “Teacher Come from God”
* Bishop Caussé Shares 3 Ways to Lead New Converts to the Temple
* Viewpoint: Make a Payment of Faith
* Defending the Faith: Who were the first apostles of Jesus?
* Creating Days of '47 parade float is 'more about building people'
* Maddy the Mighty
* Chico congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to be reorganized
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir 'waves' goodbye after tour
* NBA: Spurs sign ex-BYU guard Jimmer Fredette
7/22
* President Eyring talks about his heritage, saying goodbye to 2 apostles in KSL video
* Human cricket, smoking dragon: Days of ’47 parade floats interpret Mormon pioneer legacy
* Wright Words: Twice-paralyzed Boise man learning to soar again
* Taylor Halverson: How the Donner Party affected the pioneers' arrival in the Salt Lake Valley
* Tips for living: 5 tips from 'Sharing the Gospel through Social Media' by Erin Ann McBride
* The Utah War: 'I will not suffer myself to be taken to be killed as they killed Joseph'
* FamilySearch celebrates the pioneer in everyone with new 'I Am a Pioneer' page
* Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Surrendering control in your marriage
* LDS soccer captain sits out Beach World Cup final because it was on a Sunday
* Ginger snaps share heritage, tradition of pioneer ancestor
* Diversity in LDS leadership?
* Man detained after threatening LDS security near church grounds
7/21
* Mormon temple in Carmel opens doors to public
* 10 Ways to Honor and Share Your Pioneer Legacy
* New Tool to Help Returning Missionaries Create Lifelong Plans
* 16 Mormon leaders, LDS Church members who have thrown ceremonial first pitches
* Get Ready to Swoon: David Archuleta to Headline BYU Homecoming Spectacular
* Former LDS church building to become haunted house — temporarily
* CBS says BYU is disrespected
* Kirby: Don’t be a dummy this Pioneer Day
* Banbury stamp appeal reaches 100,000 milestone
* LDS Church social campaign dedicated to early, modern pioneers
7/19-7/20
* 'Forging a New Frontier'
* Days of '47 Youth Parade celebrates pioneers of then and now
* 200th birthday celebration for LDS pioneer Joseph Leland Heywood
* Sister Burton, Sister Oscarson, Sister Wixom share stories from the mission field with new mission presidents
* Volunteer for FamilySearch Worldwide Indexing Event
* LDS Church members access more information about pioneer ancestors
* Mormon church has a chance to diversify its top leadership — will it?
* Team captain Naea Bennett refuses to play in World Cup final
* A frankly amazing find among stamps donated in Daventry
* Neighbors support both family of murdered 12-year-old girl, family of teen boy in custody
* Discover your pioneer heritage with new LDS Church website
7/18
* Broadway Artist Joins Mormon Tabernacle Choir Pioneer Day Concert
* Pioneer Day celebrations set throughout Utah
* LDS Church leaders share testimonies of Jesus Christ on social media
* 20-year-old missionary serving in Costa Rica passes away, LDS Church says
* Bishop Gérald Caussé: The temple should be the central goal of new converts
* Serving the community ‘makes us stronger as a whole’
* LDS Church members help with Habitat house
* Elder Evans addresses new 'My Plan' resource for missionaries at Seminar for New Mission Presidents
* Church Launches Online Campaign to Recognize Pioneers Past and Present
* Brother Tad R. Callister: Everyone can be 'a teacher come from God'
* Because He Lives campaign update
* New organ on choir tour simulated three large pipe organs
* Musical shares President Woodruff's life
* Kirby: Being in charge never automatically makes anyone right — even Mormon leaders
7/17
* Elder Neil L. Andersen visits mayor of Jerusalem during recent trip to Israel
* Ready, set, go! Utah’s Pioneer Day celebrations start today
* Expat on Mormon Mission Found Dead in Costa Rica
* RIFA receives $25K donation for Snack Backpack
* What is a Bishop's Storehouse?
* NBA: Ex-BYU star Tyler Haws still holding on to NBA dream
* How to Proselytize
* Montana officials deny wedding license for polygamous trio
* Get a rare look inside a Mormon temple
* LDS Charities Donates Medical Supplies in Papua New Guinea
* Elder Hales Tells New Mission Presidents, “The Lord Supports His Children”
* GALLERY: LDS handcart trek
* You Are the Master of Your Thoughts, Sister Reeves Teaches
* Volunteer for FamilySearch Worldwide Indexing Event
* 50th Mormon History Association Conference Focuses on Early Administration and Missionary Work
* Country Communication Pages Offer Area-Specific Content to Members
* New exhibit in Washington D.C. Visitors' Center shows growth of LDS Church in nation's capital
* 'Paying tribute' Broadway-style: 'Cinderella' star Laura Osnes to perform with Mormon Tabernacle Choir
7/16
* Russell M. Nelson: New President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
* Spectacular annual pageant at fount of Mormon faith
* Returned missionary maintains personal modesty standards during Ms. United States competition
* Elder Andersen Meets Jerusalem Mayor During Israel Visit
* Glassell Park Church Damaged in Brush Fire Vandalized
* Wheels up: Former LDS bishop hasn’t let tragedy three decades ago saddle him on the sidelines of life (+video)
* Some Lehi residents upset over proposed office buildings
* Tiffany Gee Lewis: 100 years of family home evening
* Defending the Faith: Book of Mormon apologetics and scholarship
7/15
* Indianapolis Indiana Temple open house to begin Friday
* Christian opponents object to Mormon temple in Indiana
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir Finishes Atlantic Coast Tour
* LDS Charities Sets Its Sights on Vision Care Around the World
* Twin sisters open LDS mission calls to Germany on the same day
* Uncovering Mormon women's history in Utah County
* Tiffany Gee Lewis: Ugly in the age of Instagram
* LDS Church announces new resource for returning missionaries
* The Church's global historical landscape
* LDS gymnast takes 7th place in men's all around at Pan American Games
* Mormon church vandalized after fire in Glassell Park
7/14
* Open House Begins for the Indianapolis Indiana Temple
* Church Comments on Boy Scouts of America Resolution on Adult Leader Standards
* Boy Scouts of America poised to lift ban on gay leaders
* Cultivating a 'spirit of helping one another succeed'
* Viewpoint: Honor Thy Parents
* Wright Words: A mission isn't for you — letter from a dad to a departing missionary
* Elder Christofferson speaks at Ogden Pioneer Days, counsels attendees to put aside differences
* Hallstrom to speak at BYU-Idaho graduation
* LDS apostle speaks at Pioneer Days devotional
7/12-7/13
* 'Every man seeking the interest of his neighbor'
* Maxfield family reunion July 16-18
* Brandon Flowers still feels the need to “convert” people into fans at gigs
* Some major U.S. religious groups differ from their members on the death penalty
* New Greensburg Catholic bishop inspired by a Mormon and a Gideon's Bible
* Congregation Moves to Glendale After Glassell Park Church Fire
* Annual pageant at fount of Mormon faith
* BYU football: Coaches intent on shoring up void left at QB this fall
7/11
* President Monson, others: President Packer a 'diligent, devoted disciple of Christ'
* President Packer: 'legacy of Christ-like love'
* Brigham City residents line streets to see Packer funeral procession
* LDS creator of 'Despicable Me' talks about representing faith in movies
* ‘Nephi and the Sword of Laban’ musical runs July 27-Aug. 8
* New video highlights Elder Jeffrey R. Holland's trip to the United Kingdom
* LDS Church leaders share posts about family, service and progession on social media
* Temple presidents called to new Provo City Center Temple and renovated Suva Fiji Temple
* Tabernacle Choir surprises crowd at West Point
* Canadian gymnast, LDS returned missionary to compete in the Pan American Games
* Lucky Blue Smith: the Mormon model with a million fans
* Philmont Scout Ranch again hosts annual priesthood leadership conference
* Settling the valley, converting the world
7/10
* Funeral Services Scheduled for President Boyd K. Packer
* Late President Boyd K. Packer Was a Beloved Family Man and Teacher
* People share memories of Boyd K. Packer
* Elder Perry challenged new mission presidents to 'go forward with zeal' in video filmed days before death
* LDS Charities Provides Neonatal Resuscitation Training Around the World
* “The Sweet Moments Keep Me Going” Says North Dakota Young Mother of the Year
* California Mother of the Year Has a “Strong Urge to Help Children”
* BYU Releases Study on Late-Night Snacking
* Media Library Translated into Ten Languages
* Episcopalian convention includes service project on Welfare Square
* Elder Robert D. Hales: Lord sustains, supports His children
* Hill Cumorah brings Mormonism to life
* Paul Rolly: Mormon church moves to build a city in Florida
* Morning links: Jim McMahon says BYU isn't what college life should be like; Paul Kruger discusses LDS missions
7/9
* Speakers share experiences building, photographing and learning about LDS temples at SVU conference
* Over 100 Olympus High School graduates return home from LDS missions in video sequel
* What it's like to play the organ for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
* Defending the Faith: The failing churches of ancient Roman Asia
* Worshippers clean-up held at Nuneaton bandstand
* "Amazing and historic:" Logan LDS mission formed
* Family, friends honor Sacramento 13-year-old who died on Scouting expedition
7/8
* President Packer's son shares memories from his dad's life
* Late Mormon leader Boyd K. Packer wanted gospel at his funeral, not anecdotes — or else
* President Packer was working on upcoming conference talk when he died
* Like a sacred grove
* Brush Fire Speads, Burns Mormon Church in Glassell Park
* Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra Thrill Audiences in Maryland and New York
* Tabernacle Choir Returns to Carnegie Hall for Two Performances
* From stutterer to preacher: Former BYU safety Derwin Gray is now a pastor, ‘spiritual football coach’
* Become Like Peter and “Fear Not,” Instructs President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
* 'A little dating community': Marriages emerge from BYU Student Athlete Building
* FamilySearch International Appoints New CEO
* New Harmony: A banner Inter-dependence Day
* Elder John Sonnenberg dies at age 93
* Church outreach effort is built on peanut butter
7/7
* LDS leader to speak at Ogden Pioneer Days devotional
* BYU conference explores what's next for religious freedom
* Priesthood Restoration Site in Pennsylvania Closed for Reconstruction; Will Reopen in September 2015
* What two lost college students and an LDS ward council have in common
* Mormon Church Tells Followers It Will Not Marry Gay Couples
* Controversial church car park consent rejected
* What You Can Expect at BYU Religious Freedom Conference
7/5-7/6
* Funeral Services Scheduled for President Boyd K. Packer
* Funeral services for President Boyd K. Packer announced
* Tabernacle Choir opens New York Yankees game with patriotic showtunes, National Anthem
* VIDEO: Mormon Tabernacle Choir Performs Fourth of July Concert at West Point
* Aisa topic of Pioneer lecture Thursday
* New temple presidents
* Glenn Beck Tells Ed Young’s Fellowship Church: We Are a Christian Nation
7/4
* President Boyd K. Packer, champion of families, master teacher, resolute defender of LDS doctrine, dies at 90
* Photos: A photographic look at President Boyd K. Packer's life and service
* Timeline: President Boyd K. Packer
* President Packer's enduring legacy includes monumental 'library of the Lord'
* President Packer Spent His Life Sharing His Gifts with Others
* Community reacts to President Boyd K. Packer's death
* Mormon leader Boyd K. Packer dies — a man of wit, known for tough talk
* Now Mormonism needs two new apostles — how will they be chosen?
* VIDEO: Mormon Tabernacle Choir Sings at Yankee Stadium on East Coast Tour
* Tabernacle Choir returns to Carnegie Hall for two performances
* August 2015 Broadcast for Seminary and Institute Teachers
* Kate Kelly out as leader of Mormon group Ordain Women
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
* 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
6/24
* 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

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