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In the Whirled: What it takes to be an ideal mother

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

If you’re like me, you carry in the back of your mind an image of the ideal mother. Maybe she keeps the hou...


LDS soldier qualifies for the 2012 Olympics

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Army Staff Sergeant John Nunn, a member of the LDS Church, has qualified to compete in the race walking eve...

Mormon leaders express concern at declining caucus attendance

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is "concerned with the decreasing a...


Time magazine explores 'The Mormon in Mitt'

by Deseret News | What They're Saying About "Us" Mormons We Know

Time magazine takes an in-depth look at "The Mormon in Mitt" this week in a 2,800-word story that attempts ...


First Presidency Calls New Temple President to Serve in Preston, England

by Deseret News | From the Church Mormon Life

The First Presidency has called a new temple president and temple matron to serve in Preston, England. Mich...

Mormon proselytizing in Europe started early

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The preaching and proselytizing of the Mormon faith in central and eastern Europe has not been an inaugural...


The mainstreaming of Mormonism

by Deseret News | What They're Saying About "Us" Opinions & Features

I remember, as a missionary in Bolivia, picking up a newspaper one morning and reading the word “Mormon” on...


When a Newspaper Pirated the Book of Mormon: How Joseph Smith's Conflicts with Media Were Vital to the Creation of Articles of Faith

by Deseret News | Makes You Think Mormon Life

It's fascinating to see how opposition and struggle played such a big role in the creation of scripture we ...


Church to Launch New "Prince of Peace" Initiative for Easter 2017

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

What a great way to share the gospel with others this Easter season.  For the past few years, the Chur...


Alpine's 'Band of Brothers' focus on missionary service

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

They call themselves “Band of Brothers.” And no, they have nothing to do with BYU football. A ward in Utah ...