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Sweet Photographs of LDS Apostles on Their Wedding Day

Sweet Photographs of LDS Apostles on Their Wedding Day

The leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rely on the support of their inspiring wives. Here are some sweet photos of their wedding days. President Thomas S. Monson President Monson married Frances Beverly Johnson on October 7, 1948, in the Salt Lake City Temple. She passed away in 2013.   President Henry B. Eyring President Eyring …

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How Well Do You Know the Initials of the LDS Apostles?

Joseph Smith, Joseph F. Smith, and Joseph Fielding Smith. All similar names, but different people. For quite some time now, the authorities of the LDS church have used an initial in their first, or middle name for distinction and respect. It doesn’t even sound right to say Elder Jeffrey Holland, or Elder Russell Ballard. But, do you know what the …

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Colleen Hinckley Maxwell, Wife of Elder Neal A. Maxwell, Dies at Age 87

Colleen Hinckley Maxwell, Wife of Elder Neal A. Maxwell, Dies at Age 87

Originally posted on Mormon Newsroom. Colleen Hinckley Maxwell, the wife of late Mormon apostle Elder Neal A. Maxwell (1926–2004), died on January 17, 2016. She was 87. Born on April 8, 1928, Easter Sunday, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Colleen Hinckley was the only daughter of George Edwin Hinckley and Anna Fern Johnson Hinckley. She had two brothers, George and …

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New Photo of Quorum of the Twelve Shared on Social Media

New Photo of Quorum of the Twelve Shared on Social Media

  With the calling of three new Apostles last earlier this month, the Quorum of the Twelve has now been reconstituted. Last night and early this morning, many of the brethren updated their social media profiles with a new picture featuring all the Quorum members. Elder Ronald A. Rasband, Elder Gary E. Stevenson, and Elder Dale G. Renlund were called …

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Mercy River Creates New Song for Learning LDS Apostles

Mercy River Creates New Song for Learning LDS Apostles

Whitney Permann, one of the members of the LDS music trio Mercy River, has created a fun new song to help you and your family remember the names of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Permann has been creating the songs since her oldest child was three. In the blog post where she posted the video, she …

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5 Ancient and Modern Prophets Serving Through Weakness

5 Ancient and Modern Prophets Serving Through Weakness

(Header Photo Courtesy of  Scott Sommerdorf for the Salt Lake Tribune) In the scriptures, the Lord often discusses how he feels about weakness. He told the Book of Mormon prophet Moroni that He “gives unto men weakness that they may be humble…for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become …

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“Just Call Me Ruth” – Exclusive Interview with Ruth Renlund

"Just Call Me Ruth" - Exclusive Interview with Ruth Renlund

(Photo Courtesy of Deseret News) The Mormon Women Project is a continually expanding digital library of interviews with Latter-day Saint women around the world. In 2010, they interviewed Ruth Lybbert Renlund, whose husband was called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles this past week. Take a look at their exclusive interview and learn more about Ruth’s unique journey. Below …

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BREAKING NEWS: 3 New Apostles Announced in General Conference

BREAKING NEWS: 3 New Apostles Announced in General Conference

History was made today as three new Apostles were called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles to fill the vacancies created by the losses of President Boyd K. Packer, Elder L. Tom Perry, and Elder Richard G. Scott earlier this summer. The three new Apostles are Ronald A. Rasband, Gary E. Stevenson, and Dale G. Renlund. Learn more about …

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WATCH NOW: The Calling of an Apostle, a Special Compilation

For many of us, it seems as if the members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles have always been there. But for those special witnesses, the moment they are sustained as an Apostle of Christ is sacred and never to be forgotten. Neither is the first time they stand at the pulpit and share their first remarks. We’ve compiled …

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