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Mormon Tabernacle Choir Easter Concert: More Tickets Available

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

When the Mormon Tabernacle Choir announced its upcoming Easter concert, the reaction that occurred wasn't e...

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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 ...

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SPONSORED: New LDS Artist/Pianist Garth Smith Releases Music CD

by Heidi Randall | Arts & Entertainment

Oceanside, CA – G&D Productions are pleased to announce the initial CD release of new LDS artist and pi...

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LDS Events Calendar: March 2014

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

Rosco String Quartet Mar 1, 7:30pm, Salt Lake City, the Assembly Hall on Temple Square   The Rosco Str...

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LDS Events Calendar: February 2014

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

Vocal Point. Photo courtesy of the Daily Universe. BYU Winterfest FEB. 1-21, Conference Center Theater, SLC...

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LDS Events Calendar: December 2013

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

Deseret Book Lunch and Learn Events Dec. 7 - Ann Romney @ Las Vegas Sahara Deseret Book location DC Temple ...

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LDS Events Calendar: November 2013

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

Deseret Book Lunch and Learn Events Nov. 1 - Virgil Oertle Nov. 8 - Joseph Brickey & Jonathan Linton No...

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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  ...

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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...

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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 ...