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'Biblical Poetics' panel divides audience at LDS Film Fest

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

“Divisive” is probably not a word most people would use to describe the LDS Film Festival. Independently es...


Former missionaries rejoice for India's first stake

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

There were times when Joel Bottom wondered how long it would take for India to get its first Mormon stake. ...


Uncle, Nephew Launch Necktie Company to Help RMs Share Mission Experiences

by Deseret News | Fun Mormon Life

When missionaries brought the gospel to the Lopez family in 1989, they didn't know they were bringing a fam...


Young artist creates 'face' of 2011 LDS Alabama Nativity exhibit

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

The finished product has a peacefulness that belies its beginnings, which include coffee stains and joint c...


2 LDS Couples Killed When Plane Crashed Onto I-15

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

We are praying for their families. Two couples from Weber County died Wednesday when a small plane crashed ...


Vai's View: On the honor code and accountability

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

I fully expect BYU's announcement that Brandon Davies will return to school and play for the Cougars next y...


Sharing stories from family history: Robert Crookston's testimony of the Prophet

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Growing up as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I knew of the church's pioneer l...


Rick Santorum-backing pastor plays the 'Mormon cult' card

by Deseret News | What They're Saying About "Us"

An evangelical pastor supporting a rival Republican presidential candidate is attacking Mitt Romney by call...


LDS Woman Returns to Conquer Cliff that Paralyzed Her

by Deseret News | Mormon Life

What a great example of strength and resilience. Four years after becoming paralyzed, Brittany Fisher said,...


Meet a best-selling Mormon author who failed the seventh grade

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

A seventh-grade student sat at his desk fearing the absolute worst. It was Friday, June 8, 1984. It was als...