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Jenny Reeder’s 5-Minute Fireside: “5 lessons from Emma Smith for Our Day”
Jenny Reeder’s 5-Minute Fireside: “5 lessons from Emma Smith for Our Day”
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Jenny Reeder’s 5-Minute Fireside: “5 lessons from Emma Smith for Our Day”
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Keith Erekson's 5-Minute Fireside: Real vs. Rumor: Distinguishing the Difference
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Keith Erekson's 5-Minute Fireside: Real vs. Rumor: Distinguishing the Difference
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Conlon and Oyoyo Bonner’s 5-Minute Fireside: The Song of Your Heart
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Conlon and Oyoyo Bonner’s 5-Minute Fireside: The Song of Your Heart
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Tom Christofferson’s 5-Minute Fireside: “A Start Toward a Better Heart”
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Tom Christofferson’s 5-Minute Fireside: “A Start Toward a Better Heart”
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The Truman Brothers' 5-Minute Fireside: Getting to the End of the Story
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The Truman Brothers' 5-Minute Fireside: Getting to the End of the Story
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John Hilton III’s 5-Minute Fireside: The Living and Loving Christ
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John Hilton III’s 5-Minute Fireside: The Living and Loving Christ
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July 30, 2021 02:51 PM MDT
In 2008, David Archuleta released his hit debut single “Crush.” Today, 13 years later, it remains one of Archuleta’s most popular songs with over 128 million views on YouTube. The 30-year-old even recently joked on Twitter that despite his new music release—on July 28, he came out with the single “Movin”—fans really just want him to sing “Crush.”
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By  Emily Abel
July 30, 2021 02:40 PM MDT
Elder Jacob Herr knew he wanted to immerse himself in the culture of Georgia, a country that sits at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. But he never imagined his efforts would lead to a video of him going viral on TikTok and an appearance on one of the country’s morning talk shows.
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July 29, 2021 09:00 AM MDT
Age, injury, or decline in ability are all reasons a professional athlete will typically retire from their sport. But professional surfer Tuhiti Wong Pao-Sing’s career is far from over, and yet he will likely never win another surfing competition.
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July 26, 2021 02:47 PM MDT
On Tuesday, July 20—just 13 months after her husband Christopher passed away after a four-year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)—actress Lisa Valentine Clark gave an inspiring devotional at Brigham Young University.
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April 21, 2021 07:53 PM MDT
Jennie Taylor has known plenty of heartache in her life. As a 10-year-old, she lost her father to suicide. Years later, when she was married with four children, her teenage brother-in-law also committed suicide. And during her husband Brent’s fourth deployment as a soldier in 2018, she found out he’d been killed in action.
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By  Emily Abel
April 20, 2021 03:41 PM MDT
One of the most famous parables in scriptures comes from Luke 15:4, “What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it?” The video below, recently shared on Facebook, captures an instance of an actual sheep being rescued—but with a surprising, somewhat humorous, ending.
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April 19, 2021 06:22 PM MDT
Ben and Chad Truman have grown up around music. Their father, Dan Truman, was the keyboard and piano player for country band Diamond Rio, which is famous for hit songs like “Meet in the Middle,” “Beautiful Mess,” and “One More Day.”
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By  Emily Abel
April 15, 2021 04:35 PM MDT
The angel Moroni statue stands firm and triumphant on top of many temples. As a symbol of the Restoration, the statue has been a source of inspiration for Latter-day Saints around the world. In this special video, watch the angel Moroni on its way up to the top of the Richmond Virginia Temple, which is currently under construction.
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April 13, 2021 06:45 PM MDT
The BYU Cougarettes have topped the charts once again, claiming the Division I-A hip-hop title at the 2021 NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship on April 10.
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April 09, 2021 06:23 PM MDT
Elder Quentin L. Cook says he has always worried about saying too much about sacred things.
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April 09, 2021 06:07 PM MDT
There’s no denying that Brigham Young University’s mascot, Cosmo the Cougar, has earned a reputation for pulling off some cool stunts.
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By  LDS Living
April 07, 2021 06:01 PM MDT
Those who have ventured out to a theater recently may have seen a trailer that reminded them of a place they once called home—the mission field.
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April 06, 2021 04:14 PM MDT
Latter-day Saint Claire Crosby became a YouTube star for her music videos as young as age 3. Now, Claire is 8 years old, and she hasn’t stopped singing or sharing her faith through music.
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March 31, 2021 06:40 PM MDT
A Church News video released on March 31 looks back at the past year of the pandemic with words of assurance from President M. Russell Ballard, Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
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March 30, 2021 12:00 PM MDT
Sculptor Nnamdi Okonkwo was 23 years old when he joined the Church while attending BYU–Hawaii. Many of his sculptures honor womanhood and use fluid lines and simple shapes to create a symbolic representation of humanity. Okonkwo is married and the father of three children. We recently asked him about his faith, family, and what motivates his artwork.
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March 29, 2021 06:15 PM MDT
Right on the heels of his beautiful collaboration with BYU Vocal Point, David Archuleta has released another new music video to add to your Easter celebrations. Archuleta’s song “I Know He Lives” has the spirit and message of a hymn, but a beat that will make you want to listen to it any day of the week.
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March 29, 2021 12:00 PM MDT
This Easter season as we celebrate the resurrection of a living Christ, we also have the opportunity to contemplate His death. As the Savior suffered in agonizing pain on the cross, the Gospels record that He made seven final statements. In its latest video, the YouTube channel Messages of Christ explores the significance of the last words of Jesus as He was crucified in Calvary.
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March 26, 2021 06:28 PM MDT
David Archuleta joined BYU Vocal Point to create a beautiful new music video perfect for any Easter celebration. “What a Beautiful Name,” originally performed by Hillsong Worship, may not be a song many Latter-day Saints are familiar with, but with its Christ-centered lyrics and powerful vocals, this performance could easily become a family favorite.
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March 25, 2021 05:28 PM MDT
The birth of Cameron and Rebecca King’s second daughter isn’t the birth story that most young parents imagine, but it is a story of how the hand of the Lord is always visible, even during hard times.
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By  LDS Living
March 22, 2021 06:11 PM MDT
In a new music video released on Sunday, March 21, the voices of The Bonner Family take on a beloved Latter-day Saint hymn, “Come, Come, Ye Saints.”
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March 10, 2021 08:32 PM MST
In LDS Living’s latest 5-minute Fireside, two musicians take the floor to share a message about the Savior in both word and song. Chad and Ben Truman, singer-songwriters known as the Truman Brothers, tell how difficult it was for their family when their aunt passed away from brain cancer, just two months before the birth of her first granddaughter, and amid a worldwide pandemic that prevented many traditional forms grieving. Chad says that experience and other trials in the past year, have brought a line from Doctrine and Covenants 122:7 to his mind often:
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March 10, 2021 01:00 PM MST
In recent years, our beloved prophet, President Russell M. Nelson, has emphasized repeatedly the importance of the gathering of Israel and the role the Latter-day Saints are to play in this divinely-orchestrated effort. In President Nelson’s words, the gathering is “the greatest challenge, the greatest cause, and the greatest work on earth today.”1
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March 08, 2021 08:55 PM MST
Each year, the NBA hosts an All-Star game featuring 24 of the star players—and this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game also featured a special theme: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
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March 07, 2021 10:00 PM MST
In the most recent addition to LDS Living’s video series Real Questions, Scarlett has a pressing matter that has been weighing on her mind:
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March 04, 2021 09:30 PM MST
It’s a story almost anyone can relate to: A 7-year-old girl asks her father if she can have a bicycle, saying she is the only kid on the block without one. The father tells her if she saves all her pennies, she will soon have enough to buy a bicycle.
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March 01, 2021 10:03 PM MST
The Bonner Family released a new music video on February 26. Their original song “You’ve Got Soul,” lives up to its name—between the rhythm, tempo, bass, and a feel-good vibe, it has plenty of soul to get you grooving.
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March 01, 2021 05:22 PM MST
Colby is a teenager approaching adulthood and he has a question: Is it bad to participate in the Church out of a sense of duty?
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February 21, 2021 10:00 PM MST
As a part of Deseret Book’s youth edition of “Real Questions,” teen Natalie Jones asks for guidance on a timely topic that is applicable to all ages.
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February 14, 2021 10:00 PM MST
When the new Children and Youth initiative debuted in 2019, Grant had a vision for what he wanted to accomplish—a ballet move called a press lift where his older sister would jump and he would lift her over his head.
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February 12, 2021 09:12 PM MST
“Negro spirituals”—songs that were often sung by African American slaves as they worked—are something that we, in our faith tradition, may not be very familiar with. But in a recent Instagram live video, Yahosh Bonner shares the history surrounding these songs:
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February 04, 2021 09:46 PM MST
On this date in history in 1846, the first Latter-day Saints to leave Nauvoo came to the end of Parley Street and prepared to cross the Mississippi River in the dead of winter.
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January 28, 2021 10:25 PM MST
Last year, Larry Dominic Still became the second indoor track and field athlete in Utah Valley University school history to be named an All-American while also being an All-Academic athlete. But at the beginning of his career as a collegiate athlete, Still’s life seemed to be on a very different trajectory. He recalls partying to combat mental challenges he faced before ultimately deciding to take his own life. He had already begun typing a suicide note to his family and friends in a group text and was walking alone on a cold night on an empty street when a truck drove past seemingly out of nowhere. The truck stopped and backed up.
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January 25, 2021 09:20 PM MST
When Steven Sharp Nelson, cellist for The Piano Guys was just 2 years old, his mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. She outlived all medical prognoses but passed away 18 years later. However, at a recent TEDx event, Nelson testified of the power of music to bring those we love back to us.
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January 25, 2021 08:39 PM MST
When a call went out for nurses to head to New York during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheri immediately felt drawn to answer the call—partially because of a nurse who changed her mother’s life years ago.
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January 22, 2021 08:09 PM MST
It started out with some poker home games, and on occasion, visiting a casino to play. Then one night his friend handed him a pill so he could stay awake and alert to gable all night long. He later found out the pill was meth, and Josh was hooked immediately.
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January 21, 2021 10:12 PM MST
Four years after his passing, the legacy of Lindsey Stirling’s father, Stephen J. Stirling, continues to live on in his daughter’s music. Stirling learned that her dad was battling cancer as she simultaneously grieved the death of her bandmate and best friend, Jason “Gavi” Gaviati. Stirling’s newest song and music video, “Lose You Now (feat. Mako),” honors the memory of both her father and her friend.
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January 14, 2021 09:17 PM MST
On Wednesday night’s episode of The Masked Dancer, Latter-day Saint activist Elizabeth Smart was revealed to be the woman behind the mask of the Moth. Smart jokingly said that “it’s been one of the bravest things that I’ve willingly done in my life,” and TODAY called it “one of the more surprising . . . reveals in the show’s history.” But what motivated Smart to appear on the show?
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June 15, 2020 06:04 PM MDT
The pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to missionary work, according to Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and some of those changes will teach us lessons for the future. In a video published Sunday, June 14, Elder Uchtdorf shared how missionaries have embraced technology and social media during the pandemic.
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January 24, 2020 07:46 PM MST
BYU Vocal Point added an a capella take to the traditional hymn, "Be Thou My Vision," in a video released Friday.
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By  LDS Living
September 01, 2019 08:58 PM MDT
During their Latin American ministry tour, President and Sister Nelson sat down with the Church News in a video that gives insight into their marriage and how God's laws work.
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July 14, 2019 10:14 PM MDT
A major power outage in New York darkened Times Square and led to the cancellation of dozens of Broadway shows, but while locals and tourists filed from performance halls into the blackened streets, those outside Carnegie Hall experienced something Yahoo! News characterized as "celestial."
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By  LDS Living
July 11, 2019 06:33 PM MDT
Thanks to the Third Hour for making us aware of this video.
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September 24, 2018 02:43 PM MDT
The big football game wasn’t the only thing BYU fans were talking about this past Saturday.
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By  LDS Living
August 03, 2018 03:29 PM MDT
Teaming up with LDS singer/songwriter Cayson Renshaw, Elenyi recently released a beautiful new music video with the familiar songs “I Believe in Christ” and “You Raise Me Up.”
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July 18, 2018 03:44 PM MDT
LDS 5-year-old Claire Ryann Crosby does it again with her sweetest daddy-daughter duet of "A Million Dreams" from The Greatest Showman.
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By  LDS Living
June 22, 2018 12:36 PM MDT
The Spark Singers, including Noelle Bybee, who is a former contestant on NBC's The Voice, released a new music video, "Wonder," in response to President Russell M Nelson's challenge in a recent Worldwide Youth Devotional to "stand out; be different from the world. You and I know that you are to be a light to the world."
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By  LDS Living
June 20, 2018 01:42 PM MDT
Pianika Duncan is a mother of two and a Latter-day Saint from a small town called Ngaruawahia in New Zealand. She wrote a song called "Bring Mana to Your Name," which was inspired by her love for family history. Duncan explains the word "Mana" means pride and strength. She incorporates Maori, the native language of New Zealand, and English into the song.
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By  LDS Living
June 14, 2018 04:09 PM MDT
In celebration of Father's Day, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir created a touching tribute set to R. Ross Boothe's "Father." Check out this heartfelt video:
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By  LDS Living
May 11, 2018 01:26 PM MDT
LDS Church News recently created a beautiful video capturing President Russell M. Nelson's world tour by the numbers. Check it out:
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By  LDS Living
March 02, 2018 08:34 PM MST
Written for the 2018 Mutual theme, "Peace in Christ" (D&C 19:23), this new music video by Wayne Burton features the voice of Seli Miller from the LDS group Elenyi. This song has been translated into seven different languages to be more accessible to Church members the world over.
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February 27, 2018 03:42 PM MST
The renowned One Voice Children's Choir teamed up with LDS Japanese pop group bless4, featured in a Meet the Mormons stand-alone video, to perform a touching arrangement of the beloved primary classic "I Am a Child of God." The piece is sung in both Japanese and English and is truly beautiful.
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February 26, 2018 04:45 PM MST
Hits from The Greatest Showman have inspired many since it's realease in theaters, and LDS artists are no exception. The Billboard chart-topping group GENTRI, or "the gentelman trio," has recently produced an elegant and visually stunning cover of "A Million Dreams" that will inspire you to keep dreaming and striving for a better and brighter world. Check it out:
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By  LDS Living
February 21, 2018 05:36 PM MST
After the terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015, LDS artist Camille Nelson felt inspired to create a beautiful lullaby as a way to offer peace. "Any lullaby we hear always comforts. It always offers peace," Nelson says in a video below. "It was a way to offer peace not only to Paris but to all those affected by acts of terrorism throughout the world."
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February 21, 2018 01:49 PM MST
Mormon Newsroom released a report Tuesday outlining how Utah government and community leaders are coming together for teen suicide prevention. On Tuesday morning, Governor Gary Herbert invited members of the Teen Suicide Prevention Task Force to share their recommendations regarding teen suicide prevention.
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By  LDS Living
January 03, 2018 01:47 PM MST
As we honor our beloved President Monson in the wake of his passing on Tuesday January 2, 2018, here's a look at the counsel he offered in 223 general conference addresses he gave throughout his life.
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By  LDS Living
December 22, 2017 09:17 AM MST
With Christmas nearly here, days seem to fill up with wrapping presents and baking treats. But between the trimmings and the tree, take a brief break to relax and remember the true reason for the season with one of these inspirational Christmas videos:
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By  LDS Living
December 19, 2017 02:19 PM MST
Renowned LDS violinist Jenny Oaks Baker and her four children—all with incredible talent of their own—recently released this #LightTheWorld music video of "The First Noel." This family performance features a moving violin duet between Baker and her daughter with gorgeous accompaniment from her other children on the piano, cello, and guitar.
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December 18, 2017 10:01 PM MST
From heart-stopping renditions of Christmas classics to originals that we hope to hear again and again, LDS artists have outdone themselves this Christmas season. We've loved watching so many creative, breathtaking tributes to our Savior and the true meaning of Christmas.
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By  LDS Living
December 18, 2017 01:02 PM MST
LDS husband and wife duo Scott and Ryceejo Shattuck sing modern pop a cappella music and are known on YouTube for their clever Disney mashups. In their cover of Stevie Wonder's "Someday at Christmas," Scott, a former member of BYU Vocal Point, and Ryceejo team up with Danish artist Jonatan Moser to create a beautiful, all-vocal arrangment that reaches across the seas.
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By  LDS Living
November 11, 2017 03:00 PM MST
On Veteran’s Day, we remember those who have protected and defended the liberties we enjoy on a daily basis. Every year on November 11 we celebrate and remember those who have given their lives and time to serve our country.
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