New School Year, Seven Reasons Why Mormons Love Learning22 JUNE 2016 — POSTED BY Linda Susan Soderquist After a long hot summer, school has finally started. Cooler weather is good, but school is the greater good. Education lies close to the hearts of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and resonates with many of the other values they hold dear. Here are seven reasons why Mormons love learning.
The Virtuous Cycle of Dialogue14 FEBRUARY 2016 — POSTED BY Haidi Bullo Flores Fajardo In a January 13, 2016, segment of HuffPost Live, entertainer Lindsey Stirling describes her faith as a "staple of my life that's helped me maintain who I am as everything else changes." She then notes how fans react to learning she's a Latter-day Saint.
‘A Savior Is Born’ Video Ranked in Top 10 Holiday Campaigns of the Year20 JANUARY 2016 — POSTED BY Jenny Gordon The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Christmas campaign, “A Savior Is Born,” was ranked ninth most viewed by Advertising Age in the top holiday campaigns for 2015.
Elder Rasband Calls for “Religious Freedom and Fairness for All”26 SEPTEMBER 2015 — POSTED BY
Speaking to students at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, Tuesday, September 15, 2015, Ronald A. Rasband of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said, “Our society has become so blind by its quest to redress wrongful discrimination against one class of people that it is now in danger of creating another victimized class: people of faith like you and me.”
CDO Celebrates National Family Week19 SEPTEMBER 2015 — POSTED BY Maria Christina Concepcion One family at a time, participants of this year’s Family Fun Walk arrived at the Rodelsa Circle Rotunda as early as 4:45 in the morning today, September 19. 2015.
LDS Environmental Stewardship Statement, Recent Talk Share Similarities with Pope Francis' encyclical
Environmental Stewardship and Conservation2 MAY 2015 — POSTED BY Newsroom Staff All humankind are stewards over the earth and should gratefully use what God has given, avoid wasting life and resources and use the bounty of the earth to care for the poor and the needy.
What to Expect When you Attend a Mormon Worship Service23 FEBRUARY 2015 — POSTED BY Haidi Bullo Flores Fajardo First time visitors to a worship service of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will most likely see and hear things that are familiar to them, but they may have some new experiences as well.
Church Partners With Other Faith Communities in “Faith Counts” Initiative20 OCTOBER 2014 — POSTED BY Haidi Bullo Flores Fajardo Religion is an important part of our social fabric and civil society. It calls on us toserve our fellow man, to focus more on family and to contribute to the common good of the community. What’s more, it provides the structure for the inner longing for meaning that many seek in life.
Big Dreams Lead to Big Accomplishments3 JULY 2014 — POSTED BY Elder and Sister Pyles Andrea Soleta has always believed in dreaming big. Ever since she was a little girl, her bedroom was adorned with a Brigham Young University (BYU) poster on the wall. BYU located in Utah, USA was where she wanted to study for college. Her dreams included going around the world, winning a beauty contest, graduating from BYU and marrying in the temple.
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