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LDS join in 'Paint Your Heart Out Shreveport'

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

For the second year in a row Later-day Saints from the Shreveport/Bossier City area of northwest Louisiana ...

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Podcast: Mormon Missions

by Mormon Matters | Opinions & Features

This two-part episode focuses on the unique experience of Mormon missions–their wonderful, powerful, light ...

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Mormon FAIR-Cast 90: Mormons on the BBC

by FAIR Blog | Opinions & Features

This episode of the BBC World Service program, World Have Your Say, features members of the Church of Jesus...

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LDS man's service in three branches of military featured

by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Opinions & Features

James A. Ruffer, 69, comes from a military family, so it was no surprise that he was entranced with toy sol...

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Learning from the spirit of Lorenzo Snow

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

For Memorial Day this year, I gave a young friend a cook's tour of the Brigham City cemetery. I think young...

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Mormon Media Observer: Journalistic bias against Mormons is over-rated

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

One of the most common questions I have heard over the years about reporters goes something like this: Why ...

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What Mormon women want

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

As Mitt Romney becomes the first LDS candidate to secure a major party presidential nomination, Mormon wome...

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Is 2012 good for the Mormons?

by Washington Post | Mormons We Know Opinions & Features

What are we to think, now that a Mormon has clinched the presidential nomination of one of America’s two ma...

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Virginia young women light up runway at unique fashion show

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Several weeks ago, the small town of Woodstock, Va., became the capital of the fashion world. The New York ...

Church quirks you might have missed

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Just as the song lyrics lament “video killed the radio star,” some advances in technology have killed quirk...