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Welsh Missionary Who Helped Start the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

by Mormon Tabernacle Choir | Fun

Dan Jones was born the sixth of eight children in a mining area of Wales on August 4, 1810. He was plagued ...


Missionary Moment: Blind in Hawaii

by Meridian Magazine | Mormon Life

I was born in Pittsburgh and raised in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. My eyesight was excellent as a small child,...


3rd Annual International Hug a Convert Day: Robert T.'s Story

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | News from Utah

Converted on the Internet before it was cool My conversion story starts on a precursor to the social media ...


5 Things This Mormon Wishes You Knew

by Wordy Gertie | Makes You Think

I'm a Mormon. It’s not something I talk about much, which is strange because my faith is actually a huge pa...


LDS Convert Reunites with Influential Friend after 55 Years

by Deseret News | News from Utah

Having been born into a family void of religious instruction, I didn't know the love of my Father in Heaven...


Former Soviet Gold Medal-Winning Gymnast's Path to the LDS Church

by Deseret News | News from Utah

In August 1996, Rustam Sharipov reached the pinnacle of gymnastics, standing on an Olympic stage in Atlanta...


Converted Veteran Attends the Temple for the First Time on University’s Service Day

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Less than two weeks after being baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Cody ...


LDS Week in Review: 5 Must-Read Stories (Oct. 19-25)

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Living Blog LDS Life

1. NYC Missionaries Draw Giant Plan of Salvation in Chalk Missionaries Brad Witbeck and Aaron Potter  ...


Curtis Brown's LDS Conversion Story

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Asked about the conversion process that took place over those weeks, Curtis remembered a lot of prayers alo...


LDS Missionary: Finding the Light in Rhode Island

by Meridian Magazine | Best of LDS Blogs

I remember reading about the Mormons for the first time. My only impression of them was that they were far ...