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Mormons in Africa: Church Helps Preserve Family Histories

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

Throughout Africa, irreplaceable family information and traditions are being lost due to neglect, war and d...


Mormons in Africa: A Bright Land of Hope

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

“Africa has been held in reserve by the Lord,” Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostle...


Mormons in Africa: Church Humanitarian Initiatives Give Life

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

Dr. Mohammed S. Swaray is an eyewitness to what can happen when a hospital staff does not know how to help ...


LDS youth quilt blankets for children as service project

by Wilsonvilled Spokesman | What They're Saying About "Us"

Most teenagers spend their weeknights completing homework assignments or going out with friends. One group ...


Pres. Uchtdorf to rededicate Texas chapel

by My West Texas | Opinions & Features

Fifty years ago, a young aspiring pilot in the German Air Force spent his free time helping with the constr...


BYU athletes winning off the field

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Last year I had the opportunity to interview BYU Athletic Director Tom Holmoe for an annual report that wou...


Mormons in Africa: The Perpetual Education Fund

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

You might not think it to look at him, but Tyson Kemege believes he is one of the luckiest men alive. The n...


Mormons in Africa: Stories of Hope and Faith

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

A faith that began in upstate New York is taking its message to the four corners of the earth. With nearly ...


'Jeopardy!' winners: First Ken Jennings, now the Deseret News

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

It was a "Jeopardy!" answer to which BYU graduate and former Utah resident Ken Jennings would have known th...

Unselfish Service

by Mormon Messages | What We Believe