January 5, 2017
Becoming a “Repentant Dater” Might Just Save Your Love Life premium
I have long believed that if dating were fun, no one would get married. Dating is an institution riddled with confused feelings and bad communication, and I don’t blame anyone who decides to give it up. However, is what we risk by not dating greater than we realize? In a talk in my ward last […]
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December 15, 2016
New Gospel Library Update Adds Split Screen, Multitasking, and More premium
If you haven’t received it yet, get ready for a fresh new update to the Gospel Library app for phones and tablets. Version 4 of the app includes new and updated features like split screen compatibility for iPads, new annotation functionalities, and some extra color schemes. Split Screen Support Split screen mode for iPad users has been […]
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December 14, 2016
7 Christmas Traditions You’ll Only Find in Utah premium
This post was originally published on the Temple Square blog by Amalia Reyes.  Christmas is next week, and if you’re in our neck of the woods, there are some great things to do with family and friends. Here are just a few! Watching the Lights Turn on at Temple Square This may go without saying, […]
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October 25, 2016
Church Leaders Release Updated Website Discussing Homosexuality and the Church. premium
Early Tuesday morning, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints released a revamped website discussing issues surrounding homosexuality, as they relate to Church doctrines, policies, and culture. The Church’s original site on this topic, Mormonsandgays.org, now redirects to the new site, mormonandgay.lds.org. The new title and url hints at the shifted focus of the new […]
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October 21, 2016
The Mormon Channel’s New Music Video Will Remind You that God is Here premium
“I Need Thee Every Hour with a soulful twist”, is a good way to describe the Mormon Channel’s newly released music video. The video features the vocal talents of Debra and Harry Bonner and their eight children, singing an original song entitled “I Am Here.” It’s both a beautiful rendition of, and confident response to, […]
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October 6, 2016
4 Examples from #ldsconf to Help You Fix Your Boring Church Talks premium
If you’re preparing a lesson or a talk for Sacrament meeting, and you’re not quite sure how to start, look no further than General Conference! While most of us watch conference for the messages and the speakers (we know you have an Elder Holland fan shirt stuffed in your dresser somewhere, don’t lie), not many […]
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October 1, 2016
Send LDS Emoji to Your Friends With Our New App: Mormoji premium
We’ve been working hard over at Mormon Buzzz to bring you our new app, Mormon Starter Pack: Mormoji by Mormon Buzzz! Now you can share the Gospel in style with LDS emoji for iMessage. This is the first in a series of Mormon-themed stickers for iOS 10, and more stickers will be released periodically. The app is […]
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September 22, 2016
New LDS Podcast Discusses Controversial Church Topics from a Faithful Perspective premium
Seer stones, DNA evidence, and homosexuality are just a few topics that will be discussed on “LDS Perspectives,” a new LDS podcast launched today that aims at covering controversial subjects from a faith-based perspective. The podcast speaks to hard questions members of the Church may have about current issues while maintaining a spiritual foundation. Of […]
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September 8, 2016
You Can Now Follow the LDS Church on Snapchat premium
Snapchat got a little more edifying today, as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints announced on Facebook Thursday that they are officially on the popular app. The Church’s account will be used to share scriptures, messages from the prophets, and words of encouragement. Talk about sharing goodness!   You can follow the Church on Snapchat at […]
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September 1, 2016
100 Miles on a Bicycle Showed Me Why Christ Won’t Remove Our Trials premium
Almost the second my front tire turned onto the freeway and I looked ahead at the gaping mouth of Sardine Canyon, I knew I was in trouble. My dad and I were at the halfway point of the Cache Gran Fondo, a 100-mile bicycle ride that winds its way around the perimeters of Cache Valley, […]
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