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Time Out for Women comes full circle, ending 2012 tour in Phoenix, where it began 10 years ago

by Deseret News | Everything Else

More than 4,000 women filled the Phoenix Civic Center this past weekend as Deseret Book’s Time Out for Wome...

Family-friendly fare now on DVD

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

These family-friendly shows lead off with a pair that were produced by Salt Lake-based talent. "The Wild St...


Four Principles for a Better Prayer Life

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

David A. Christensen says prayer has always been a natural part of his daily life. He draws on that in his ...


Deseret Bookshelf App released for iPhone, iPad

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

The Deseret Bookshelf app for iPad, iPhone and iPod has been released, Deseret Book officials announced Wed...


Police: Mormon temple gunman heavily armed, possibly mentally ill

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The man shot and killed by police outside the LDS Church's Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple was heavily armed a...


Reports of Sexual Assault Rise at BYU, but Officials Say That's Good News

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

Over the last six months, BYU has changed policies, implemented new programs, and hired new staff to help i...


Mormon CIA Veteran Launching a Bid for Presidency

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

An LDS presidential candidate stepped forward on August 8, running as a conservative alternative to Donald ...


Mormon Membership Reaches Nearly 15.9 Million, Number of Full-Time Missionaries Decreases in 2016

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

The Church's statistical report read in the Saturday afternoon session of conference showed that the number...


"God Has Given Us a Chance to Reclaim Our Lives": Josh and Thamy Holt Share the Hope, Tender Mercies They Found in Venezuelan Prison

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

"When you're going through a bad situation, open your mind and see those small and tender mercies because t...


LDS Band Manager for The Killers Writes Book on Overcoming Our Favorite Sins

by Deseret News | Famous Mormons Mormon Life

As a Las Vegas lawyer, Robert Reynolds manages rock bands. He is also a devout Mormon who recently wrote a ...