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Joseph Smith's scribes recorded his 'crooked, broken language'

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Joseph Smith was a terrible writer. While that statement might sound foreign to members, considering his te...

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Boy sings Primary songs until rescued in Haiti

by Meridian Magazine | Opinions & Features

Five-year-old Gancci Saintelus jumped up and down with excitement when his mother, Soline, three-year-old s...

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President Monson announces new temple in Payson, Utah

by Newsroom | Official Church Info

A new temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is to be built in Payson, Utah, it was anno...

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Elder Holland gives counsel to MTC presidents

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve closed the annual three-day visitor centers directors ...

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LDS snowboarder may emerge as Olympic star

by New York Times | Saints & Sports

It is not hard to find the Australian snowboarding star Torah Bright against the stark white canvas of a su...

9/11 loss inspires service in Haiti volunteer's life

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Liz Howell bustles about the injured and ailing Haitians, cleaning wounds, applying bandages and flashing h...

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On broken engagements

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Jon shakily wrote down the thoughts and worries he had been fretting about for weeks. He drove to her house...

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Sundance Prop 8 movie doesn't draw expected protesters

by ABC News | What They're Saying About "Us"

Despite rumored anti-gay protests, a Sundance Film Festival documentary about the Mormon church's role in a...

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First Presidency appeal: More help is needed for Haiti

by Newsroom | Official Church Info

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints appealed today to the worldwide mem...

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Hundreds of former LDS missionaries to Haiti respond to call to serve

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The response from former missionaries wanting to serve again in Haiti is unlike anything Stephen Studdert h...