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LDS Church to Break Up With Singles Wards

LDS Church to Break Up With Singles Wards

SALT LAKE CITY – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made an unprecedented announcement in a small press conference prior to the opening session of General Conference on Saturday. “After much consideration and debate, the Church has decided to phase out singles wards entirely, with all members attending traditional congregations,” announced Jon S. Young, former LDS single and …

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Mutual Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Bring LDS Dating App to Android

Mutual Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Bring LDS Dating App to Android

Since April 2016, Cooper Boice and his team have enjoyed the success of their LDS-themed dating app, Mutual. With tens of thousands of users and “thousands more each month” signing up, the app was designed to simplify the way single Mormons meet and date. It has similarities to other dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble, but a few key …

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5 Ways Mid-LDS Singles Can Meet and Make New Friends

5 Ways Mid-LDS Singles Can Meet and Make New Friends

For many mid-LDS singles, meeting new people can be difficult. Long gone are constantly changing college classes and frequent activities designed to help people connect. Chances are, if you’re a mid-LDS single, you’ve see the same ten people every day at work and the same ten people at Church. Sure, you can always turn to the internet, but a lot …

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This is Why I’m Single.

This is Why I’m Single.

  This article by Ariel Szuch was originally posted on her blog. Below is an excerpt.  This stage of life, where I am only responsible to take care of myself, is a gift for me to learn important life skills, figure out what I really want, and cultivate my interests. It’s not just about focusing on myself and having a …

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5 Things Single LDS Guys Wish Single LDS Girls Knew

5 Things Single LDS guys wish Single LDS Girls knew

Originally posted by Mariah Proctor at Meridian Magazine. I was sitting with a friend not too long ago, discussing her current situation with a boy that she liked. She told me about all of these interactions they had had and what was going through her mind as she chose how to react and judge the situation. The most common thing …

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