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How a run honoring Parley P. Pratt's 1839 jailbreak became a Missouri community's First Amendment celebration

by Emily Abel | July 4, 2020

On July 4, 1839, Parley P. Pratt broke out of the Columbia, Missouri, jail and ran for freedom. Pratt, who ...


What I hope I’ll say when my daughter asks me about her place in the Church

by Lindsey Williams | July 3, 2020

Editor's note: Our bi-weekly Friday column, “ Found in the footnotes ,” explores some of the footnotes from...


4 things I’ve learned about spiritual survival in the last 4 months

by Lindsey Williams | July 2, 2020 | Makes You Think

If you’re like me, you have probably had someone tell you recently—or perhaps you have said it yourself—tha...


What happened when the firsthand Nephite witnesses of Christ were gone and why they matter to us today

by John Bytheway, excerpted from "Golden Answers" | July 1, 2020

In the New Testament, the resurrected Jesus appeared to many people, including Mary Magdalene, the women wh...


Elder Holland’s insights on these 8 lesser-known names of Christ

by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, excerpted from "Witness for His Names" | June 30, 2020 | Makes You Think

This excerpt originally ran on  LDS Living in December 2019.  After serving as an Apostle of the ...


5 ideas to level up your study of this week’s ‘Come, Follow Me’ on Alma 23–29

by Lindsey Williams | June 30, 2020 | Lesson Helps

As you explore Alma 23–29 , here are five ideas to level up your study. We hope these prompts, in addition ...


The time and placement of the Founding Fathers—coincidence or providence?

by LDS Living Staff | June 29, 2020

“Did the Founding Fathers coincidentally and conveniently appear on the scene at the same time or were they...


17 screen-free games and activities for hot summer days

by LDS Living Staff | June 29, 2020 | Fun Mormon Life

Running out of ways to entertain your kids? Need an inside activity so they can beat the heat? These games ...


What 1 Latter-day Saint mother learned from receiving service following a home gas explosion

by LDS Living Staff | June 27, 2020

On February 15, 2019, Lori Walker walked into her vacation home in Heber City, Utah, but she never walked o...


What newspapers in the 1800s said about the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum

by Jannalee Sandau | June 27, 2020 | Makes You Think

This story originally ran on  LDS Living  in 2017.  Most members of the Church are familiar ...