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46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Winner Announced, LDS Women Reminisce on Experience

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Vincy Stringham of St. George said that while she didn’t win the $1 million 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest...

Reader Letter: Complainers About LDS Influence in Utah Can't Have It Both Ways

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

I am always bothered by letters to the editor that complain about the influence of the LDS Church in Utah w...


Temple Worship Anciently vs. Today

by | What We Believe

Presenting information from accounts of the appearance of Solomon’s temple, Ann M. Madsen of the Sunday Sch...

Poem: 'The Restoration,' with Bible References

by Keepapitchinin | What We Believe

The time had come. Prophecy fulfilled [Micah 3:6] Found the earth defiled and in transgression; [Isaiah 24:...


How to Make Special, One-on-one Time Happen with Children

by Motherhood Matters | Best of LDS Blogs

It was a good summer. We swam miles in the lazy river at our local water park, burned holes in our grass fr...


Mormon Chalk Art Draws People in Again--This Time, Lehi's Dream

by Deseret News | Everything Else

After seeing the positive reactions their first chalk art event at Union Square received last month, missio...

NCAA Reinstates BYU Cross Country Runner After Costume Race Issue

by Salt Lake Tribune | Saints & Sports

BYU cross country star Jared Ward’s four-year battle with the NCAA, which the senior described as a "roller...


BYU Egyptologist Answers Frequently Asked Questions About the Book of Abraham

by FAIR Blog | Opinions & Features

Mormon fascination with the ancient world stems largely from an exotic corpus of writings found in the cano...


Major BYU Exhibit May Give Mormons a New Favorite Painting, Artist

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Many Mormons might have a favorite new painting of Jesus Christ after they see the blockbuster, $1.2 millio...


The Four Food Groups of Holiday Entertaining

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

Going to the grocery store between October and February is an assault upon my senses. Holiday displays domi...