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by The Daily Universe | Everything Else launched last week the first website in the world that offers exclusive deals to LDS members. ...

Viewpoint: The parable of the tabernacle

by The Daily Universe | Opinions & Features

I live about two blocks from the Provo Tabernacle. I can see it from my house. I could also see it that fat...


‘Mormon Messages’ at 36 Million Views and Counting

by The Daily Universe | Arts & Entertainment

The short and simple Mormon Messages are still going strong across the globe more than five years after deb...


Hi, I’m not a Mormon: Life for non-LDS at BYU

by The Daily Universe | What They're Saying About "Us"

“You’re not just an RM, you’re an LDS RM, who’s trained at the MTC who became a DL a ZL, and an AP, who was...


LDS Artist Creates Delicious Masterpieces Painting with Chocolate

by The Daily Universe | Fun Mormon Life

MR says: What a creative and appetizing way to redefine yourself and your artwork! Pest control brandi...


General Authorities Sacrifice More Than Just Time

by The Daily Universe | News from Utah

Thomas S. Monson Church service: Age 22: Bishop; Age 27: counselor stake presidency; Age 31: president of t...

Teen raises awareness by longboarding

by The Daily Universe | Everything Else

On the eve of his entering the Missionary Training Center to serve an LDS mission for two years, 19-year-ol...


Mormon Magician Uses Tricks to Promote Kindness & Inspire Others to Dream

by The Daily Universe | Fun Mormon Life

It started in elementary school for BYU philosophy major Theron Milo Christensen. A magician performed...


Accusations Connecting BYU Professor to Illegal Artifacts from Hobby Lobby Appear Unsubstantiated

by The Daily Universe | Mormon Life

It appears accusations connecting a BYU professor with illegally obtained artifacts owned by Hobby Lobby ha...

Experiencing General Conference in today’s media world

by The Daily Universe | Opinions & Features

When the lights go out at General Conference, Andrew Potts notices that not everything goes completely dark...