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Elder Andersen: "You Can Never Speak Enough About the Savior"

by Deseret News | From the Church Makes You Think Mormon Life

In a devotional on Jan. 10 at the Provo Missionary Training Center, Elder Neil L. Andersen spoke to thousan...


Insights into the Kirtland Temple from the Joseph Smith Papers

by Deseret News | Makes You Think

"Establish a house, even a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a ho...


Missionaries to Return to Liberia, Sierra Leone This Summer

by Deseret News | From the Church News from Utah

The LDS Church is making plans to send missionaries back to Liberia this summer as the World Health Organiz...


Virginia Time Out for Women draws capacity crowd

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The Time Out for Women event drew a capacity crowd of 2,000 women and girls, all eager to learn how to beco...


LDS Jabari Parker Thriving in First Year at Duke (+Video)

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Jabari Parker's college basketball career is off to a solid start. Six games into the season, Parker, a mem...


When I Learned the Power Prayer Has to Put Out Fires

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

MR says: This story reminds me of President Monson's story about matches, fire, and learning the i mpo...


Behind the scenes of the Brigham City Utah Temple cultural celebration

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

On Oct. 3, 2009, President Thomas S. Monson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced th...


Scientists Look at the Spiritual Effects of Seeing Earth from Outer Space

by Deseret News

MR says: NASA's newest photo of Earth has scientists talking--and they're findings support truths bigger th...


'Very religious' voters prefer Romney, while 'nonreligious' support Obama

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

Gallup released new polling Wednesday that shows a strong correlation between a voter's level of religious ...

Women from all over the world come to Women's Conference at BYU

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

For six months, Lydia Stekkinger has been eagerly awaiting her trip to Utah and her first Women's Conferenc...