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LDS adoption official cited for service

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Having worked in LDS Family Services for 30 years, the adoption process has become a big part of Fred Riley...

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The artwork of Elder Richard G. Scott

by LDS Church News | Arts & Entertainment

With its many attractions, displays, products, goods and services, Deseret Book's flagship store in downtow...

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Stephen R. Covey honored for ethical leadership

by LDS Church News | Mormons We Know

In addition to being the author of an international bestseller book and honored by Time magazine as one of ...

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LDS food bloggers win national cook-off

by Kaela Worthen Gardner | Recipes People Mormons We Know

When you combine two cool people with lots of yummy food, you know the results are going to be good. And fo...

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Magazine provides Mormon Artists with sense of community

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

When Ben Crowder founded Mormon Artist, he did so with a sense of responsibility. "I've made a covenant wit...

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<i>Music and the Spoken Word</i> inducted into National Radio Hall of Fame

by Newsroom | Official Church Info Arts & Entertainment

Music and the Spoken Word, the longest running nationwide radio broadcast in the United States, was inducte...

Sacramento stake is honored as Civic Organization of the Year for Mormon Helping Hands project

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

On Oct. 29, the Volunteer Center of Sacramento recognized the Sacramento California Stake with the 2010 Vol...

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Elder Richard G. Scott's watercolor paintings now on display

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Fifteen watercolor paintings by Elder Richard G. Scott of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles are now on disp...

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BYU museum readies exhibition of Christ paintings by Carl Bloch

by Los Angeles Times | Arts & Entertainment

If the Mormon church has a favorite artist, it may be 19th century Danish painter Carl Heinrich Bloch, whos...

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LDS custodian wins Unpublished Novel Award

by Katherine Morris | Opinions & Features

Most people take it easy during their lunch breaks—snack, check e-mail, browse status updates on Facebook. ...