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4 Things Sportswriters Get Wrong About What LDS Athletes Actually Do on Their Missions

by Vanquish the Foe | Mormon Life

I know Mormons are a little different. I don't expect every person everywhere to understand a religion and ...

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Elder Oaks Gives a Behind-the-Scenes Look at How Missionaries Get Assigned

by LDS Living | Mormon Life

Ever wonder how a prospective missionary gets assigned to his or her mission? Today, Elder Dallin H. Oaks s...

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Do You Fit or Break the Mormon Mold?

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

They say newspaper columnists can double their readership by writing about athletes who belong to The Churc...

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Is Your Financial House in Order? A Simple Checklist for Latter-day Saint Families

by Aggieland Mormons | Mormon Life

In a memorable General Conference address in October 1998, President Gordon B. Hinckley advised members of ...

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Why the Best Moms Never Grow Up Too Much

by Lisa Valentine Clark | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Earlier this month, I drove with my brother, Chris, my sister, Gina, and her husband, Jonathan, to Lincoln,...

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5 FamilySearch 'Hacks' to Help You Find Temple Names Faster

by Utah Valley 360 | Mormon Life

At RootsTech 2015, Elder Neil L. Andersen expanded his previous challenge — which was for Church members to...

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21 Simple Pleasures Only Mormons Will Understand

by Kelsey Berteaux | Fun Mormon Life

Have you ever had a moment where you pause to take a breath and appreciate something small? These little wo...

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Is Mormon Dating Broken?

by Mormon Buzzz | Fun Mormon Life

The dating game within the Mormon culture can seem a bit broken at times. The guy is supposed to ask the gi...

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5 'Best-Kept Secrets' to Help You Write Your Next Talk

by LDS Living | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Conference talks and Ensign articles are a good start for your sacrament meeting talk, but when you're stuc...

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5 Ways to Support Military Families in Your Ward

by Alexis Sanders | Mormon Life

1. Be friendly.  “Accept us as part of the ward, even if you know we won’t be there very long. Build a...