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No outcry as Gilbert sets to raze first LDS church

by Beth Lucas | LDS Life

The building, on the northwest corner of Gilbert and Elliot roads, will come down within the next month, an...

Mormons open doors

by Matthew Tetrault | People LDS Life

But Ayer thinks a lot of people are afraid of her. It's because of what she believes. Because she's a Mormo...

Brigham Young Student Among the 34 Recipients of the World's Richest Scholarship

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

As thousands of young men and women across the country received their baccalaureate degrees this past sprin...

Church Helps Families and Rescuers at Crandall Canyon Mine

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

Two experienced LDS Family Services mental health counselors, one bilingual in Spanish, are on-site at the ...

Mormon Pageant Unites Hundreds

by Dan Harris and Mary Marsh | LDS Life

John Stars traveled from Utah to upstate New York to play the bad guy, King Noah, in the annual "Hill Cumor...

A Brief History of Mormons and Politics

by Matthew J. Kennedy | LDS Life

Decades before Lincoln, Joseph Smith's progressive announcement that he would run for president on an anti-...

New Temple to Be Built in Manaus, Brazil

by LDS Living Staff | LDS Life

"It is not possible to express the joy that I feel as a result of the announcement," said Geraldo Diogo Lim...

Getting Personal with Personal Progress

by Jordan Marie Green | LDS Life

In January 2002, the Young Women general presidency introduced a new Personal Progress program. To receive ...

The Mormon Way of Doing Business

by Jeff Benedict | LDS Life

How do they manage their time? What and how much do they delegate? How do they negotiate? How do they treat...

1867 Mormon Tabernacle Pews Are Casualties of a Face-Lift

by Martin Stolz | LDS Life

The loss of the original, and uncomfortable, pine pews, handmade in 1867 and meticulously etched and painte...