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Cody Haws returned home on July 7 from serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Louisville, Kentucky. He noted, “My mission has given me a personal testimony of my Savior Jesus Christ. The personal witness and the personal relationship I have with him…

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OK, so I did it. I was taught to always look for a better word than “things,” because the word “things” does not communicate. But sometimes one breaks the rules in order to emphasize. My intention is not so much to indicate what those entities are, but to focus on the “secret” and the “revealed.”

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Breaking a century-old tradition in the name of health and safety, the largest convention organization in the world has moved its annual in-person event to a virtual format for the second time in as many years, canceling nearly 6,000 conventions in 240 lands.

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We will celebrate our nation’s 245th birthday this year in many ways—barbecues, picnics, football games, family time. Yet the Fourth of July is also a time to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy so much, freedoms, quite often, we take for granted.

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Rene Wevers is leaving on July 5 to serve a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Eugene, Oregon. “I am very excited for the mission and grateful for the opportunity to serve the Lord and God’s children,” said Wevers.

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In John 8 Jesus wrote on the ground with his finger. Many people have puzzled over this. What did He write? Some have maintained that they think they know, even though it is not recorded in the Scriptural text. Why did He write on the ground? Why is His writing not recorded?

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Itzcel Jaisiel Owen just returned from serving an 18-month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Detroit. Prior to being a missionary, Owen knew she would need to save money. Missionaries or their families are required to provide funds for their support while they se…

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On Thursday, May 20, seven young men from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, joined together along with their parents, leaders, family and friends at an Eagle Court of Honor to honor them for attaining their Eagle Scout Rank. These young men all achieved their Eagle before Dece…

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The period of the judges in Israel’s history, before the monarchy began, is famous for its cyclical behavior. The nation was not very organized yet, so people mostly did whatever they wanted. They would have some peace, and then they would turn away from God. God would arrange for a foreign …

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Sometimes, the desire to serve a mission is there, and the intent, but challenges get in the way. Since he was a little boy, Dillon Dahl desired to go on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but life took a different path. Being able to share the gospel with others …

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When I was a little girl, my parents knelt down with me beside my bed and taught me to pray. Each night as I greeted my Heavenly Father and then thanked Him for all of my blessings, I got to know Him. When I would lose something, like a nickel or a toy, I would kneel and ask Heavenly Father …

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“I feel like I have waited long enough to serve a mission, so I am very ready,” says Nathan Haws, whose two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Santiago, Chile, was delayed a year due to the pandemic. He adds, “Many missionaries have had their mission assignme…

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Faith and nation combined Thursday on the front lawn of Sierra Vista City Hall to recognize the 70th annual National Day of Prayer.

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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.