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LDS Brothers Pursue Special Olympics Dream

by LDS Church News | News from Utah

Two brothers are chasing their dreams of competing on Team Canada 2015 at the World Special Olympic events ...


Mormons in the Paralympics: Snowboarder Takes 8th

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Paralympian Nicole Roundy, of the Millstream YSA Ward, Bountiful Utah YSA Stake, took eighth in the Women’s...


Mormon Doesn't Let Paralysis Interfere with Living Life

by Deseret News | Everything Else

On the last day he would run and walk unencumbered, Jeff Griffin noticed that it was a beautiful summer mor...


LDS Woman Shares Trials, Testimony Through Viral Blog Post

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Julie Toone, of Bluffdale, Utah, wrote a blog post on overcoming trials more than a year ago and recently p...


When Sundays Aren't Restful — A Special-Needs Parent's Tale

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Sundays have historically been known as a day of rest, particularly in the culture of The Church of Jesus C...


A Mother’s Hope - Story Behind U2 Song 'Miracle Drug'

by Middle-Aged Mormon Man | Best of LDS Blogs

Christmas is a season of hope, and a time we think of a specific infant, and His mother. I feel this story ...


LDS Paralympians Educate Wheelchair Users in Nepal

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

A few months ago, a pair of Latter-day Saint Paralympians spent several days in Nepal working with a group ...

Opponents Help Girl Score in Soccer

by News.lds.org | Saints & Sports

What was supposed to be a straightforward high school girls conference matchup turned into a display of rem...


Emotional Afflictions: Prisons Without Walls

by Deseret News | Best of LDS Blogs

Ben and Sheila are mentally ill. Which is not to say their illness is all in their heads. Mental illness is...


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 ...