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Random Reasons Why I Like Brigham Young: Two

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Forgive me; somehow it slipped my mind that I had started this series. Back to it, then – Brigham Young was...

Eulah Marie Jewett: Queen for a Day, Daughter Forever

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Reality TV isn’t an invention of the 1990s – it dates back to the earliest days of television and shows lik...

Conference Wordles: October 2010

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Whatever else it means, Conference has come to mean Wordles at Keepa — come play! For newcomers: Wordles ar...

Putting Our Time and Talents to God’s Service

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Early in this dispensation, the Lord declared: “… I, the Lord … make every man accountable, as a steward ov...

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What I Learned about My Aunt from Her Tithing Record

by Keepapitchinin | Makes You Think

When it became clear that my aunt – the Sister Missionary of this series – would not recover sufficiently f...

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President Hugh B. Brown’s Most Famous Statement

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One of the best-known, most famous of General Authority statements is Hugh B. Brown’s admonition to BYU stu...

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My Father, FBI Special Agent Samuel P. Cowley

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Sam Cowley, son of Samuel P. Cowley, legendary FBI agent during the gangster era of the turbulent 1930s, ho...

In Our Ward: Lesson 2: “Thou Wast Chosen Before Thou Wast Born”

by Keepapitchinin | Lesson Helps

I usually type out word-for-word how I expect a lesson to go – not that it ever goes quite that way, and ce...

Pres. Uchtdorf: “Is It All Right to Have Questions about the Church or Its Doctrine?”

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Last Sunday (1 November 2009), President Dieter F. Uchtdorf spoke at a CES fireside for young adults, at BY...

Temple Work in Connection with the Church Security Program

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We’ve mentioned numerous times that early in the 20th century it was common practice to pay small sums of c...