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Today in the Bloggernacle: Help the New Era by taking a survey

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Survey help: I love blog discussions and I love opportunities to make suggestions about church programs. So...

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Learning from the spirit of Lorenzo Snow

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

For Memorial Day this year, I gave a young friend a cook's tour of the Brigham City cemetery. I think young...

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Mormon Media Observer: Journalistic bias against Mormons is over-rated

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

One of the most common questions I have heard over the years about reporters goes something like this: Why ...

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The priesthood revelation that changed the world, on 'Mormon Times TV'

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

The summer of 1978 was a turning point in my life. I’d just graduated from Brigham Young University in broa...

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What Mormon women want

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

As Mitt Romney becomes the first LDS candidate to secure a major party presidential nomination, Mormon wome...

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Is 2012 good for the Mormons?

by Washington Post | Mormons We Know Opinions & Features

What are we to think, now that a Mormon has clinched the presidential nomination of one of America’s two ma...

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Turf Wars, Talents and Spiritual Gifts

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

In the last 30 years, I have been a member of about a dozen different wards. With each move, I must establi...

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Sharing Mormon Messages Videos

by LDS Media Talk | Everything Else

After you watch a great Mormon Messages video, you want to share it with others, right? This article shows ...

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'Mormon Bachelor' begins new season

by Jenny Spencer - LDS Living | Arts & Entertainment

When people tell the story of Cinderella, they usually tell it from her point of view. This time, it’s the ...

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Mormon History Association highlights pioneer Saints of Canada at conference

by Brooke Ward - LDS Living | Opinions & Features

Complete with cowboys, fugitives and dusty little cabins euphemistically dubbed ‘flannel palaces,’ the stor...