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 10, 2016
Of Us It Is Required to Forgive Brock Turner premium
He sexually assaulted and raped an unconscious woman behind a garbage bin before being pulled off of her. His father called it “twenty minutes of action.” He called himself too drunk to know better. He’s been referred to as the “Ex-Stanford swimmer” by the media and “the Rapist” by the rest of us. Some have […]
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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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August 29, 2016
If You Think You Would Never Leave the Church, Think Again premium
Peter is one of my favorite examples of zealous tenacity when it comes to his love and devotion to his Master, our Savior Jesus Christ. As chief apostle, Peter was prophesied to be the rock the Church would be built upon. This prophecy would come to pass but not before something devastating happened: Peter denied […]
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August 16, 2016
LDS Entrepreneur Launches Project to Save His Mission’s Culture premium
Can you preserve a culture with a laptop sleeve? That is exactly what entrepreneur and RM Andy Thunnel is doing with his startup, WeaveSleeve. Founded by Thunnel in 2014, WeaveSleeve is an organization that buys handwoven material from local artisans in Guatemala and makes them into stylish laptop sleeves and wallets.  Thunnel’s mission with WeaveSleeve, […]
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August 10, 2016
How the Trial that Nearly Killed Me Taught Me Gratitude premium
When I was two months old my mom and dad received news that no parent wants to hear, news that would change my life forever. My skull was expanding too rapidly and I needed to have brain surgery to fix the problem. To counteract this problem, surgeons put a device in my brain called a […]
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July 23, 2016
What You Didn’t Know About the Mormon Pioneer Trek premium
We compiled some fun facts about the Mormon pioneers for Pioneer Day! What have your pioneers done for you? Let us know with the hashtag #mypioneers.
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July 16, 2016
What We Forget When Tragedy Strikes premium
This week, the world watched in horror as a weapon-laden truck drove through a Bastille Day crowd in Nice, France, killing over 80 people and wounding countless others. You’ve seen the images on the news, watched the footage of bystanders running in terror, felt the pain as it has rippled from France to us all. […]
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July 14, 2016
This Pokemon Inspired App is Changing Missionary Work Forever premium
The makers of the smash hits, FaithChat™ and Angry Mormons™ announced this week the release of Gospel Go™. In similar fashion to the Pokemon-themed game, Gospel Go overlays your physical world with virtual indicators guiding members to locations where they can seek out and catch converts. One of the app’s early beta testers, Matthew Higgins, […]
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