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Church Announces 4-Hour Block & New Curriculum

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Just days before the 186th Annual General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Church announced exciting changes coming to Sunday meetings for more than 15 million members. Early Wednesday morning, Elder Escuelo Domingo of the Sunday School Meeting Schedule Board announced that the regular Sunday block schedule would see some …

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The Killers Front Man Performs New Single on Jimmy Fallon

Brandon Flowers Performs Can't Deny My Love

Brandon Flowers, lead singer of The Killers and faithful LDS member, performed his new single “Can’t Deny My Love” off his second solo album on the Tonight Show, helmed by Jimmy Fallon. When discussing the new album, named The Desired Effect and set to be released on May 18, Flowers stated to the popular magazine NME (New Music Express) that …

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Lindsey Stirling Releases New Music Video for YouTube Music Awards

lindsey stirling new music video

The YouTube Music Awards “honor artists who bring music to life on YouTube.” This year, 50 artists were honored and 13 exclusive music videos were released by the site to honor the winners. LDS YouTube sensation Lindsey Stirling made the list. Known for combining her skilled violin-playing with dancing, Stirling’s song “Take Flight” from her recent album “Shatter Me” was …

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Movie Review: The Cokeville Miracle Transforms Terrifying Hostage Situation Into a Witness of God’s Love

The Cokeville Miracle

The Cokeville Miracle, the latest offering from beloved LDS filmmaker T.C. Christensen, is achingly real, but will leave the viewer feeling empowered and hopeful. Depicting the 1986 Cokeville Elementary School hostage crisis, the film shows the madness that occurred when a man and his wife detonated a bomb inside a room holding every teacher and student in the school, and …

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14th LDS Film Festival To Host Record Number of Films

14th LDS Film Festival 2015

Envision. Create. Illuminate. This is the motto for the LDS Film Festival, which began in 2001 to give LDS filmmakers a place to showcase their work. Now celebrating its fourteenth year, the festival is gearing up to screen a record number of feature films and host numerous panels. The festival will open on March 4, 2015 with a special viewing …

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