We can hardly believe the new year will be here next week!! Let’s take a look back at some of our best (and your favorite) stories from our team here at LDS Living over the last 12 months.
Artist Dan Wilson’s new ethnically diverse painting was bound for the DC Temple, but his toddlers had a last, unwanted addition to make.
Shawn Bradley’s new life as a quadriplegic: ‘Sports Illustrated’ features Latter-day Saint and former NBA player
In January 2021, 7'6" Latter-day Saint and 1993 No. 2 NBA draft pick Shawn Bradley became a quadriplegic. Here’s how he and his family have been managing their new life.
Johnson and his family recently visited the Polynesian Cultural Center for an unforgettable celebration of his ancestry.
Now more than ever, André Zinkovski is grateful for a living prophet and prophetic counsel. In more ways than one, it has been lifesaving.
President Nelson has been very engaged in the renovation of the Salt Lake Temple. So much so, he took a trip up to inspect the roof.
Throughout the history of the Church, there have been different apostolic recommendations and counsel on preparing your family for emergencies.
My goal in my Relief Society lesson was to answer two questions: 1. Can you be a good person and not attend Church? 2. Why the need for organized religion?
In anticipation of her 50th birthday, the 13 Going on 30 actress got the surprise of a lifetime—one her teenage self likely could not have fathomed.
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