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Utah Cartoonist Creates LDS Missionary Comics for Late Son

Utah man creates LDS missionary cartoon strip for late son

Local cartoonist Bill Fortune recently launched a website featuring his original cartoon strip about LDS missionaries. Fortune began drawing the cartoons in 1988 when his late son Doug was serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tampa, Florida. “He would write home about his experiences,” Fortune said. “So I developed a cartoon, and I …

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Exclusive Look at David Archuleta, Studio C Live at RootsTech

Exclusive Clip from David Archuleta

RootsTech 2015, the largest family history and genealogy conference in the world, was a spectacular three-day event that hosted a star-studded line-up. No where was this more evident than RootsTech’s closing ceremony, which featured David Archuleta, Studio C, and surprise performances from Elder Quentin L. Cook’s grandchildren and the One Voice Children’s Choir. We’ve got a special seek peak inside …

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Rexburg Teen Gives Valentine to Every Girl at School

Rexburg Teen Gives Valentine's To Every Girl in School

Have you heard about this amazing gesture from a teen in Idaho, originally posted by East Idaho News? A Rexburg teen may have just set a new standard for Valentine’s Day. Madison Junior High student Keegan Wolfe said he didn’t want any girl in his school to not have a valentine, so the 14 year old gave a valentine baloon to …

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16 Year Old LDS Musician Pays Tribute to Patsy Cline

Sarah Beth Virginia

LDS emerging country artist Sarah Beth recently released her official music video for her original song “Virginia”. The video is based on Sarah Beth’s roots as she pays homage to country trailblazer Patsy Cline. Sarah and Patsy are both from beautiful and historic Winchester Virginia, which is why Sarah wanted to dedicate “Virginia” to her memory. Through the song, Sarah …

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5 Great LDS Love Stories

5 Great LDS Love Stories

It’s almost Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, we’ve found some of the most heartwarming stories from LDS couples exemplifying marriage, love, and fidelity. Sarah Franks and George Padley Sarah Franks and George Padley were sweethearts living in London when they made the decision to emigrate to the United States with the hopes of traveling to Salt Lake City. Though engaged, and though …

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22 Animated GIFs That Prove Mormons Are Awesome

We have all seen our fair share of animated GIFs on the internet. Each one making us turn our head sideways, cringe in pain, or laugh our little hearts out. We created 22 LDS animated GIFs that will make you do just that and more. Have you ever seen a GIF of President Monson wiggling his ears? How about Mormon …

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Exclusive Look at Powerful New LDS Film, Freetown

Behind the Scenes of Freetown

Freetown is a powerful new film that depicts the true story of missionaries in 1990 Liberia and their dangerous journey to escape the the civil war-torn region. Filmed on location in West Africa, the film has been selected for the 2015 Pan African Film Festival, which is dedicated to the promotion of cultural understanding among peoples of African descent and building …

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‘Meet the Mormons’ Movie to Show on TV Channels, Digital Outlets

Meet the Mormons

In an effort to make “Meet the Mormons” more accessible to people around the world, the film will be distributed Tuesday, February 3 to TV channels and digital providers. Theaters in all visitors’ centers and historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints began showing the film in January. The documentary-style movie, designed to dispel common misconceptions …

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Things LDS Members Might Understand (GIFs)

Moving into a new ward.   When you’re late for a church meeting and your kids just want to play with you   When you found out that the #1 question asked at the Salt Lake Temple Visitor Center was “where’s the bathroom?” See the rest of this list on LDS S.M.I.L.E.

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This LDS Musician’s New Song Will Wrench Your Heart

Stephanie Mabey Vid

Stephanie Mabey, an LDS musician best known for penning “Glorious” from Meet the Mormons, has released a new music video that starts off humorously but quickly turns into a powerful anthem about courage and perseverance in the face of great trials. The song, ‘Til You Say So, reminds us all that: Whenever it seems like it might be too late remember there’s …

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