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Black History Month: Talking about LDS pioneer Jane James

by Juvenile Instructor | Everything Else

ane James haunts me. Not in the way you’re thinking—I don’t see her ghostly specter on cold evenings, or he...


Setting Christ-centered Goals as a Family

by Mormon Women | Best of LDS Blogs

After New Years my wife and I set many goals that we wanted to accomplish during the year, and habits we wa...


LDS freelance photographer gets interesting perspective

by Standard-Examiner | Everything Else

Robert Casey has been shooting pictures for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as a freelance ...


Cougar Converts: The LDS conversion of BYU football player Sete Aulai

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Originally from the small village of Vailoa on the island of Savai'i, Samoa, Sete Aulai grew up in a Christ...

Gene R. Cook’s Prayer Challenge

by LDS Alive in Christ | Best of LDS Blogs

Years ago at a Stake meeting, I heard Gene R Cook talk about a book he was going to publish. It was to be o...


Forgotten history: Mormons contributed significantly to Transcontinental Railroad

by Standard-Examiner | What They're Saying About "Us"

Keeping a sense of heritage alive in a techno-savvy world may seem challenging to some, but Uintah native M...


Reminiscing about President Hinckley - and fixing some errors

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Don't you miss President Hinckley? He has been gone five years already. He was warm, and witty and so inspi...


Mormon Tabernacle Choir's contest-winning guest conductor redeems his prize

by Fox 13 News | Arts & Entertainment

A lifelong musician who won a contest redeemed his prize Sunday as he served as a guest conductor for the M...


LDS president John Taylor memorialized for political service in Utah House of Representatives

by | Official Church Info

Among the lesser-known attainments achieved by John Taylor, third President of the Church, was his role as ...


95-year-old LDS piano teacher still finds lessons to learn

by | Opinions & Features

The most important aspect of Edith Reed’s success in teaching is the love she shows each student, a love th...