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London Mormon church arsonist allowed to walk free

by London Evening Standard | Everything Else

A dangerous arsonist who set fire to a Mormon church in Essex during a service was allowed to walk free by ...

New welfare lessons for Church leaders

by LDS Media Talk | Best of LDS Blogs

The Church has created new welfare presentations and handouts for teaching new bishops, Melchizedek Priesth...


High school skit stereotypes Mormons, receives complaints

by Democrat Herald | What They're Saying About "Us"

Lebanon High School administrators are reviewing pep assembly preview procedures in the wake of a Friday ho...


Former Cougar Cahoon becomes CFL's leading receiver

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Ben Cahoon was 25 years old and headed to graduate school when he decided to take a detour. He obtained a o...


NPR: Mormon parents rejected as scout leaders

by NPR | What They're Saying About "Us"

A Presbyterian church was happy to have Jeremy and Jodi Stokes as Cub Scout leaders, at least until officia...


Nauvoo temple president reflects on 3 years of service: Nauvoo Temple is 'destination temple,' he says

by Rosemary G. Palmer | Opinions & Features

“When President Hinckley first announced the plans to rebuild the Nauvoo Temple, the excited response from ...


Mormon Scouter, 97, receives San Francisco Bay Area Council award

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Lornenzo "Ren" N. Hoopes, at age 97, received the 2010 Spirit of Scouting Award from the San Francisco Bay ...

Using media and technology wisely

by LDS Media Talk | Best of LDS Blogs

The Church magazines would like to hear from you! How do you moderate your children’s time with TV, compute...


BYU grad releases unique romantic comedy

by The Daily Universe | Arts & Entertainment

A romance film unlike any other will open Oct. 22 for a limited engagement in Utah before being presented t...


Renovated Laie Hawaii Temple reopens

by Star Advertiser | Opinions & Features

In the first public viewing in 32 years, more than 17,000 people from around the world will get to walk on ...