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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


Why Jane Austen appeals to LDS women

by Angela Lankford | Arts & Entertainment Opinions & Features

When author Howard F. Clarke published a re-formatted version of the Jane Austen biography, Jane Austen: He...


LDS 14-year-old invents No. 1 app

by Aaron Olsen | Opinions & Features

How did a 14-year-old’s PDA game app reach No. 1 on the Apple Free App Chart? The answer: good educational ...


USA Today: Mormons may have last laugh at 'Book of Mormon' musical

by USA Today | What They're Saying About "Us" Arts & Entertainment

South Park meets the Mormons in a new Broadway musical that's now in previews. Will this be a night of unho...


Popular 'Pickles' captures humanity of humans

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Ever since he was a little boy reading the newspaper, Brian Crane has been fascinated by comics. His favori...


LDS missionaries safe after New Zealand quake

by Deseret News | Everything Else

All LDS Church missionaries serving in New Zealand are safe and accounted for in the wake of Monday's devas...


Neon Trees: LDS band members shining a light in a world of vice

by The Music Network | Arts & Entertainment

Utah rock-pop group Neon Trees, are loud and proud about about being Mormons and as frontman Tyler Glenn an...