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BYU tailgating like 'a ward dinner on steroids'

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

An overcast gray sky dropping occasional drizzles of rain did not stop hundreds of Brigham Young University...


Church files lawsuit over flier ban at LDS temple open house

by KSL | Opinions & Features

A Christian church that says it was prohibited from passing out fliers on public sidewalks bordering the ne...

Elder Steven E. Snow extols life's 'stepping stones'

by Deseret News | What We Believe

As individuals look at trials in life as stepping stones — rather than stumbling blocks — they are able to ...

Interpreter: A journal of Mormon scripture

by Meridian Magazine | Everything Else

The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS) was founded in 1979 with the goal of fosteri...


Standing for Something: One woman’s experience taking a stand against pornography

by Mormon Women | Best of LDS Blogs

I am not the type of person that will speak my mind. In fact, I think I am rather fearful and shy when it c...


Today in the Bloggernacle: A countdown to LDS general conference

by Deseret News | Everything Else

General conference less than a month away and bloggers are beginning to take notice, such as the Mormon Sop...


The finite resource of motherhood

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

I have this real and palpable fear that on my deathbed, surrounded by my children, they will say something ...

RS/MP Lesson 18: “ Stay on the Lord’s Side of the Line” (George Albert Smith Manual)

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

This lesson is about a choice. Yes, a choice. Actually, the choice. I do not believe that our choices in li...


Blogging world celebrates 17 years of Family Proclamation

by LDS Living | Best of LDS Blogs

It has been 17 years this month since President Hinckley stood up in the General Relief Society Meeting and...


Genealogy volunteers index mammouth 1940 U.S. census in record time

by Newsroom | Everything Else

More than 132 Million names from the 1940 U.S. Census are now searchable on The Church's FamilySearch websi...