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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. Many of our family home evenings were memorable to me as a mother, but one particular Monday night stands out. I had prepared a lesson from the Book of Mormon about Nephi and his brothers. I wanted to emphasize the principle […]

Inspirational Messages

These daily, inspirational messages are brought to you by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. View the full inspirational message here. “[Life’s journey] is a pathway marked by forks and turnings. Decisions are constantly before us. To make them wisely, courage is needed: the courage to say, “No,” the courage to say, “Yes.” Decisions […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. “THE DRAGONS OF ALSACE FARM,” by Laurie Lewis, Willowsport Press; $15.95, 376 pages (f) Noah Carter has built a live that’s been a safe haven as he’s worked to heal from betrayals and an abusive upbringing, in the opening of “The […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. “LOVE’S SHADOW: Brothers Maledetti, Book 2,” by Nichole Van, Fiorenza Publishing, $14.99, 368 pages (f) Love or friendship, truth or deceit, gift or curse are some of the string of mysterious contradictions in “Love’s Shadow,” a paranormal romance by Nichole Van […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. Editor’s note: “The Spoken Word” is shared by Lloyd Newell each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast. This will be given April 30, 2017. It’s easy in this self-focused world to become, well, self-focused. Our needs, our wants, our […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. The dust of the Earth is a wondrous thing, for it holds the power of creation, the renewal of life is written in it. The Earth is a living thing, loved of its Creator who organized it that it might give […]

Inspirational Messages

These daily, inspirational messages are brought to you by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. View the full inspirational message here. “If you feel too spiritually maimed to come to the feast, please realize that the Church is not a monastery for perfect people, though all of us ought to be striving on the […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. “FROM SAND AND ASH,” by Amy Harmon, Lake Union Publishing, $14.95, 375 pages (f) Batsheva “Eva” Rosselli has always been an Italian first and a Jew second. Her family, country and violin — as well as her best friend, Angelo Bianco […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. “HIS MAJESTY AND MISSION,” by Sheri Dew, Eric D. Huntsman, Daniel K Judd, Camille Fronk Olson, Hank R. Smith, Kevin J Worthen, edited by Nicholas J. Frederick and Keith J. Wilson, Brigham Young University Religious Studies Center and Deseret Book, $17.99, […]

This post is brought to you by Family Search. View the original post here. The shock of winning $50,000 crept across Brittany Stuart’s face as Dan Debenham, host and producer of BYUtv’s Relative Race, announced the results of a grueling ten-day race. Brittany and her husband, Justin, are known by Season 2 fans as Team Green […]

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This post is brought to you by Family Search. View the original post here. Did you know that FamilySearch has been indexing records for nearly 100 years? What began on handwritten and typed index cards by LDS Church employees in 1921 has become a global effort that is now producing over a half-million indexed names […]

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This post is brought to you by the Mormon Interpreter (A Journal of Mormon Scripture). View the original post here. In 2012 Joseph Spencer published an analysis of 1st and 2nd Nephi that interprets a phrase in 1 Nephi 19:5 as implying the true break in Nephi’s writings is not between the two scriptural books […]

Interpreter

This post is brought to you by the Mormon Interpreter (A Journal of Mormon Scripture). View the original post here. In 2012 Joseph Spencer published an analysis of 1st and 2nd Nephi that interprets a phrase in 1 Nephi 19:5 as implying the true break in Nephi’s writings is not between the two scriptural books […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. When Jesus was born, the largest and most important city on the Sea of Galilee was Magdala — perhaps the same town as the New Testament’s “Dalmanutha” and “Magadan” — on the western shore. Josephus’ “Jewish War” says that the Roman […]

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This post is brought to you by Family Search. View the original post here. If you have French heritage, you may be interested in six new census collections that were recently added to FamilySearch. France, Hérault, Census, 1906 France, Hérault, Census, 1876 France, Hérault, Census, 1891 France, Nord, Census, 1906 France, Côtes-d’Armor, Census, 1876 France, […]

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This post is brought to you by the Mormon Newsroom. View the original post here. SALT LAKE CITY | Friday, 28 April 2017 | Local ways of life have not disappeared, despite trends toward globalization. People appreciate the uniqueness of their own cultures all the more. They want to preserve the values, traditions and beliefs […]

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This post is brought to you by the Mormon Newsroom. View the original post here. PROVO, UTAH | Friday, 28 April 2017 | Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne received an honorary doctorate at Brigham Young University Thursday, April 27, 2017. Speaking on the Provo, Utah, campus, the member of the United Kingdom House of Lords and founder […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. James Littlejohn’s son has “an insatiable appetite for books,” and one day as the two read and re-read books together, Littlejohn had an idea to write a children’s book about something that really matters to him: basketball. “My love for basketball […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is celebrating 170 years of performing, with the release of their “Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Friends” CD on May 17. From the sweet country twang of James Taylor’s “Lonesome Road” to a taste of Broadway in “Beauty […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. Some critics of Mormonism deny that any reference to Joseph Smith’s First Vision existed prior to 1832. This claim is false: Hostile witnesses had demonstrably heard elements of the First Vision by 1827, and newspaper reports strongly suggest that Latter-day Saint […]

This post is brought to you by Family Search. View the original post here. by John de Jong I stood on a dike in the small village of Andijk, my ancestors’ home, looking out at the rough sea. It was easy to imagine my ancestors, hundreds of years earlier, preparing for an approaching gale. I […]

Inspirational Messages

These daily, inspirational messages are brought to you by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. View the full inspirational message here. “We were not there….Yet we know all these things and much, much more because we have the scriptural record to enlarge our memory, to teach us what we did not know. And as […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. Do Mormon women struggle with depression more than American women in general? If so, why? These are the questions that Religion News Service’s Jana Riess sought to answer through a portion of her Next Mormons Survey. The findings were based on […]

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This post is brought to you by Deseret News. View the original post here. The need for sufficient prayer space for Muslim students is a topic of heated discussion for universities from the east coast to Utah. Philadelphia’s Temple University’s Interfaith Prayer Space in its Student Center is anything but spacious–only eight people can fit […]