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LDS Week in Review: 5 Must-Read Stories (June 14 - 20)

by LDS Living Staff | News from Utah

LDS Family Services Discontinues Adoption Agency LDS Family Services is a private, nonprofit corporation ow...


Parents of 18 Kids Share Story of Love, Family, Faith, and Adoption

by Deseret News | News from Utah

Busy. That's how Deanne Walker, mother of 18 children, describes her daily life. "It's always busy," she sa...


LDS Family Services Discontinues Adoption Agency

by Deseret News | News from Utah

 LDS Family Services will no longer operate a full-scale adoption agency, instead shifting all of its ...


Dealing with Infertility: The Lord Fulfills His Promises

by Childless Mormons Support | Best of LDS Blogs

As surely as I know the Book of Mormon is the word of God, I know that the Lord commanded me and my husband...


How LDS Family Services Adoption Works

by Utah Valley 360 | Opinions & Features

Today marks the beginning of National Adoption Month, giving families closely involved with adoption a chan...


2 brothers find and meet each other for the first time — after 6 decades

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

This is the story of two brothers who met for the first time when they were old men, with wrinkles and gray...


LDS family with 10 kids, 7 adopted with special needs, gets new specially accommodating home

by Deseret News | News from Utah

The Green family has had no shortage of trials, challenges, laughter and joy in their household. Now, they ...


Sisters Are Reunited after 66 Years of Family Searching

by | Everything Else

A visiting teaching lesson on family history and a determined visiting teaching partner helped two sisters ...


From begging orphan to doctor, LDS convert sees the miracles in his life

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

As a young homeless orphan begging for food on the filthy streets of Lusaka, Zambia, Anthony Mulenga rememb...


Mormon family nearly doubles in size: 5 adopted sisters from Ukraine

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Dave and Lee-Ann Luke had made it — at least in the eyes of the world. They were financially sound, had fiv...