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A Present for a Prophet

by LDS Living Staff | People LDS Life

President Hinckley received this award based on his diligent service which has “inspired millions and has l...

Searching for Truth in a Terrible Time

by Reflections from the Life of Elder F. Enzio Busche | People

My father built our childhood home on a ten-acre plot of rural farming land. We had a lot of fruit trees an...

Celebrating All Mothers

by Debra Sansing Woods | People Parenting

As much as I enjoy Mother's Day with my kids, however, I usually reach the end of it with the nagging sensa...

Surviving Columbine

by Amber Huntington, Columbine High School '99 | People Hot Topics

I woke up Tuesday, April 20 at 6 A.M., turned off my alarm, and decided I’d rather sleep than go to school ...

From Mission to Mission

by Anna Brunson McEntire | People

Nine months later, everything changed. On January 28, 1986, the Challenger set off on another mission, STS-...

Valentine Hearts and Hippopotamuses

by Joseph Walker | People Marriage & Relationships

She lived on the hill; I did not. There was also the problem of peer pressure (most of my buddies still tho...

How I Turned My Parents' Hair Grey

by Paul Quinnett | People

I admit it; I gave my parents their grey hair. That largemouth bass back in 7th grade made me do it. Really...

Can Two Families Survive Under One Roof?

by Gretchen Willard | People Hot Topics

Under normal circumstances, a stopped toilet is a major inconvenience. However, the situation at my mother-...

My Mom, My Gym Suit, and Love

by Marianne Jennings | People

For seventh-grade gym class in 1965, we paid $7.00 for a white one-piece knee length jumpsuit with an elast...

Every Superman Needs a Dad

by Susan Easton Black | People Parenting

Burned flags and lives of patriots cut short are too often today's remembrances of the Vietnam War. But for...