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Church joins other faiths to protect marriage

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The LDS Church joined a diversity of faiths this week in signing "The Protection of Marriage: A Shared Comm...

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Day 7: Perform A Small Act of Service

by <i>LDS Living</i> staff | Activities Holidays

"By small and simple things are great things brought to pass." Alma 37:6 Simple Acts Simpleact.lds.org is a...

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Choir giving away tickets to Christmas concert to Facebook fans

by Angela Lankford | Arts & Entertainment

Dan Woolley was an unsuspecting BYU-Idaho student when he logged onto his Facebook and became a fan of the ...

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LDS man creates light, changes lives in Africa

by Erin Nelson | Opinions & Features

For Ben Markham, founder of Empower Playgrounds, the scripture in Doctrine and Covenants, “For of him unto ...

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Young Women Lesson 48: Communication Skills in Leadership

by LDS Living Staff | Young Women

Discussion Questions What are the dangers of communicating over the Internet or by texting rather than spea...

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Gospel Principles Lesson 25: Fasting

by LDS Living Staff | Relief Society/Priesthood

Two thousand years ago, upon the sand and stones of Galilee walked a man that few recognized for who He tru...

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Old Testament Lesson 48: The Great and Dreadful Day of the Lord

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

AUTHOR’S NOTE : With this lesson we come to the end of the Old Testament Manual.  A time or two we hav...

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Young Men Lesson 48: Maintaining Righteous Standards

by LDS Living Staff | Young Men

Discussion Questions What does it mean to live “in the world” but not be “part of” the world? What Church s...

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Tickets tempt fibbers and scalpers

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's annual Christmas Concert is a hot ticket. It must be. People will do almost a...

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Military missionaries: Mormon soldiers spread the gospel in post-war Japan

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

They wore dog tags, not name tags, and instead of white shirts and ties, they were recognizable by Army fat...