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WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington National Cathedral, the massive Episcopal house of worship that prides itself on being an unfinished work-in-progress whose stones and stained glass tell the story of the 20th and 21st centuries, is unveiling its newest addition: a carving of iconic author, human…

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Faith leaders in Minnesota and across the United States expressed hope that their advocacy work for racial justice will gain momentum from the guilty verdict rendered against Derek Chauvin, the former police officer convicted of killing George Floyd.

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Easter, one of the highest and holiest days for all Christian people, has just been celebrated, and yet there is still so much contention in the world. The past year in particular has been full of strife and fear in our country. Is there a better way to be? Yes! The Savior, Jesus Christ came…

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We have been inundated with politics for the past many months, and there are political realities that exist no matter the form of government or era or place. The Bible names some of them. We should recognize these realities and live wisely in light of them.

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On March 25, Chloe Luevano returned home after serving an 18-month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She shares, “I actually know who [Jesus Christ] is. Before… I knew of this person who could help me but didn’t know how that information app…

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The unique provision of Christianity is a solution for the guilt of one’s sins. It is usual to think of sins of the past being forgiven when a person believes in Jesus Christ. But what about sins committed later? Some folks may think that a real Christian never sins, but that is not the test…

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Psalm 25 is a psalm that focuses on the poet David’s relationship to God. Actually it ranges far and wide. There is mention of his enemies a couple times, but mainly attention is on the relationship of one man with God, the One Who saves him. Also, one could study who God is throughout the c…

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There are glowing challenges laid before us by people who have accomplished something remarkable. They say that you can do it, too! They say anything is possible! But there are limits, and you really need to know the rules. Some rules you cannot break.

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Joshua Sieler recently returned from serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in San Antonio, Texas. As soon as he got to Texas, Sieler hit the ground running. He said, “On the first day entering the mission field I remember my companion had set up a gam…

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Love. It has different meanings in different contexts. I could try to make a list here, but suffice it to say that it can involve two people or a tennis score. Those are quite different. Today I am going to try not to focus on the tennis score.