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Blind LDS teen organist is self-taught, plays by ear

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

Members of the Waimea 1st Ward, Kona Hawaii Stake, on the Big Island of Hawaii oftentimes make it a point t...

Mormon temple garments -- they're not magic

by Huffington Post | Opinions & Features

Nobody really likes to talk about their underwear, and Mormons probably have better reason than most to be ...


Why Bloomberg Businessweek's Mormon finance cover was unethical and offensive

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

One of the four pillars of the Society of Professional Journalists' code of ethics is to "minimize harm." S...

I'm a Mormon, New York Comedian, and Dreamer

by Mormon.org | Opinions & Features


Heber 2nd Ward for life

by LDS Church News | Opinions & Features

It's rare for a member of the Church in Utah to spend his or her whole life in the same ward. That means bi...


LDS leader writes about why Mormons make good neighbors

by Patheos | Opinions & Features

In the midst of World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt came across a newspaper clipping about the ancestry of ...


The Elect of God: Receive the more sure word of prophecy

by Meridian Magazine | Opinions & Features

Author: In discussing temple matters, I have tried to follow the model of Hugh W. Nibley, who was, accordin...


The LDS Church and the gospel: Saints sustaining Saints

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The majority of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints live in branches or wards. The w...


A few of the oldest, longest continuous things in the LDS Church

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The LDS Church was officially organized April 6, 1830. From humble beginnings in the state of New York, it ...


LDS World: Perception and women in the gospel of Jesus Christ

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

In January 1910, Lady Constance Lytton was arrested after participating in a demonstration in London to sec...