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Why one blogger likes Brigham Young

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

A recent post at BCC drew a plea (comment 67 and others) for positive stories about Brigham Young, from a r...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 13: Bondage, Passover, and Exodus

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

Other than its emphasis of the Passover as a type and foreshadowing of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, this ...

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Brigham D. Madsen (1914-2010)

by Keepapitchinin | Everything Else

Brig Madsen, Western historian, professor of history and one-time vice president of the University of Utah,...

“How Many Wives Have You Got?”

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

George D. Pyper (1860-1943) – member of the Tabernacle Choir, manager of the Salt Lake Theater, and General...

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Deseret Book, Christmas 1944

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Deseret Book's must-have books from 1944. Can you believe the prices? ...

Poem: 'The Restoration,' with Bible References

by Keepapitchinin | What We Believe

The time had come. Prophecy fulfilled [Micah 3:6] Found the earth defiled and in transgression; [Isaiah 24:...

How We Taught This Lesson in the Past: Lesson 16: “I Cannot Go Beyond the Word of the Lord”

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

This lesson is built entirely around Balaam, a man whose story we have seldom invoked in earlier Sunday Sch...

Fires of Faith in Great Britain, 1848

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

The year 1848 was one of tumult across Continental Europe – revolution broke out in France, followed soon b...

The Pine Cone Story

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When our children were small, my (now) ex husband and I used to plan our summer holidays and short camping ...

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Temple Square’s Temporary Temple

by Keepapitchinin | Everything Else

That part of Temple Square, its northwest corner, was once the site of a small adobe building, just 33′ x 4...