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Aleah Ingram

Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a social media manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and is addicted to organic milk, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.

FREE General Conference Activity Coloring + Activity Packets!

It can be hard for youngsters to focus during General Conference. Thanks to Mormon Cartoonist and LDS Bookstore, you can download a free General Conference activity and coloring packet to help your family get the most out of Conference. This updated packet reflects the three new members the Quorum of the Twelve and features places to take notes, fun games, …

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How to Beat the Natural Man in Spiritual Hand-to-Hand Combat

How to Beat the Natural Man in Spiritual Hand-to-Hand Combat

In a devotional to BYU-Idaho students in May 2016, licensed counselor Reed Hendricks said overcoming the natural man “is hand-to-hand combat that will stretch us to our very limits.” At some point in our lives, it is likely we have felt this way. Whether we are trying to overcome an addiction, facing the consequences of sin, or simply weighed down …

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Angel Moroni Statue Tops Rome Temple

Angel Moroni Statue Tops Rome Temple

News Release for Mormon Newsroom The Rome Italy Temple, currently under construction, received an angel Moroni statue Saturday, a sign that the temple is progressing toward completion. Commonly placed on temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, this 13-foot statue of an ancient Book of Mormon prophet symbolizes the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ. “Today …

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There’s Going to Be a Kirtland Session of EFY!

There's Going to Be a Kirtland Session of EFY!

Especially For Youth (EFY) is a summer youth program for LDS teens ages 14-18 across the United States and around the world. Teens spend the week learning about Jesus Christ, building friendships, and growing testimonies. Every year, special sessions have been held in important historical sites for the Church, such as Palmyra, New York, and Nauvoo, Illinois. This year, a special overnight …

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Real-Life “I Am Moana” Cover Filmed at Polynesian Cultural Center

Real-Life "I Am Moana" Cover Filmed at Polynesian Cultural Center

For the past month, the kid-friendly and family-fun production company Working with Lemons has been creating beautiful real-life covers of popular songs from Disney’s hit animated movie Moana. Their cover of “How Far I’ll Go” has over 1 million views to date, while Maui’s theme song “You’re Welcome” has over 5 million views and counting. Today, the team has added another …

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LDS Church Releases New LDS Scripture Coloring Books

LDS Church Releases New LDS Scripture Coloring Books

In an effort to support family and individual scripture study, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is releasing new scripture-themed coloring books. The first is an updated version of their popular Book of Mormon coloring book. Not only are there 12 brand new pages to enjoy, but it also features updated text and pictures throughout the existing 32 …

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Man Visiting LDS Temple Missionaries in London Killed in Westminster Attack

Man Visiting LDS Temple Missionaries in London Killed in Westminster Attack

Kurt and Melissa Cochran, a Utah couple celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with a European vacation, were in London this week visiting Melissa’s parents, who are serving as temple missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. When a man ran a vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians on London’s Westminster Bridge in what is being speculated as …

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My Lifelong Wrestle with Mormonism

My Lifelong Wresetle with Mormonism

This post was originally posted on Relationship Refinery. Below is an excerpt. Since I’ve at times been grumpy, tired, the bad kind of opinionated, and wrong about things, I haven’t felt like I’m the right person, in the right moment, with the right amount of faithfulness to be the giver of the things I’ll discuss below. I’m not a theologian …

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