LDS Church Missionary Surge

The world is witnessing The “Hastening of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Missionary Work” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is having an unprecedented surge in the number of...

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LDS Church Releases New Videos to Introduce the Church

The LDS Church Releases New Videos The LDS Church has released a new set of videos that familiarize people about what the LDS Church is and what it does. Multiple videos covering different content have been released. Below are...

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Doubts About Religion? Mormons Know Why Better Than Most

Many people doubt certain aspects of their religion from time to time. Mormons aren’t excluded, but they do have a unique perspective that helps them get through them more than most.

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Time Magazine – The Mormon Mitt

Time Magazine – The Mormon Mitt Cover Time magazine takes an in-depth look at “The Mormon in Mitt” this week in a 2,800-word story that attempts to explore how growing up as an active, practicing, believing...

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Bloomberg Business – How Mormons Make Their Money

In March 2012 the Mormon Church completed an ambitious project: a megamall. Built for roughly $2 billion, the City Creek Center stands directly across the street from the church’s iconic neo-Gothic temple in Salt Lake City.

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Salt Lake Temple One of 8 “Religious Wonders in U.S.”

CNN.com has labeled The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Salt Lake Temple one of “8 religious wonders to see in the U.S.” Temple Square, the 35-acre area on which the Salt Lake Temple sits, attracts millions of...

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Mormons Explain “Political Neutrality”

The Church of Jesus Christ is “Politically Neutral”, meaning that it does not participate in politics, nor endorse political candidates. The following video explains the Church’s position on politics....

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Mormonism Leading Way in U.S. Religious Growth

To many observers, it may be old news that the missionary-minded LDS Church is the nation’s fastest-growing Christian group.

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Erin Burnett on Mormon Missionaries and Business

Many Mormon missionaries go on to become successful missionaries. Erin Burnett from CNN delves into this story to learn why and how this happens.

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Mormons Volunteer Time Way More Than Average American

A new study focuses on the generous charitable donations and volunteerism of active Latter-day Saints in the United States. University of Pennsylvania professor Ram Cnaan and fellow researchers Van Evans and Daniel W. Curtis jointly published the study, titled “Called to Serve: The Prosocial Behavior of Active Latter-day Saints.”

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PEW Study Highlights Mormons / Christianity

Mormons’ faith, beliefs and practices translate to satisfaction with their lives according to a report studying members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United States released today by the Pew Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life.

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Founders Wouldn’t Have Targeted Mormons

People are coming out of the woodwork against “Mormon” candidates for President, because in their view they don’t believe in their brand of Christianity, even using the founding fathers as a foundation. The problem is that this principle was soundly rejected by the Founders.

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Struggle with Porn? Here’s Your “Out”

If you struggle with pornography, whether it’s addiction or occasional weakness, this article is for you. The cure to it is removing the ability to hide. And that’s already been done for you…you just haven’t realized it yet.

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Jimmer Fredette is the Greatest Mormon Missionary in the World

Jimmer Fredette mania has taken over the media world. Whether it’s ESPN, Sports Illustrated, or Kevin Durant’s twitter account, the great Jimmer has captured the attention of millions.

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David Archuleta to Serve Mormon Mission

  David Archuleta to serve Mormon mission by Associated Press American Idol runner-up David Archuleta will take a break from his singing career to serve a two-year proselytizing mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of...

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BYU Top Ratings

BYU is one of the highest rated colleges in the U.S., scoring repeatedly high in many different categories. This video gives a glimpse of some of the highlights.

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PBS Documentary on The Mormons

PBS Documentary – “The Mormons” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is one of America’s fastest-growing religions and, relative to its size, one of the richest. Church membership, at over 14...

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Health Benefits of Wine in Question

The story below was printed on FoxNews.com January 11, 2012 HARTFORD, Conn. – A University of Connecticut researcher known for his work on red wine’s benefits to cardiovascular health falsified his data in more than 100...

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Thomas S. Monson 1st to Make Top 10 in Most Admired

For the first time in the Gallup “Most Admired” poll history, the Prophet of the LDS Church made the “Top 10 Most Admired”. Many times the Prophet has made the list, but this is the first time he has made the Top 10.

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2011: The Year Mormonism Went Mainstream

Article written by Charles Lewis in the National Post December 26th, 2011 2011: The Year Mormonism Went Mainstream Something happened to Mormons in 2011: They got popular, gained cachet and became, well, cool. Long thought of as...

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The Shameful Bias Against Mormons

Washington Post Article Kathleen Parker Opinion Writer The shameful bias against Mormons  By Kathleen Parker, Published: October 12 Rather than worrying whether Mormons worship the right God in the right way, Republicans should...

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The Cult of Anti-Mormonism – Wall Street Journal

Written by William McGurn in the Wall Street Journal Oct 11, 2011 Here’s some advice for Republican candidates appearing at Tuesday’s presidential debate at Dartmouth College. When you are asked, as you will be...

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Mormon Prophet Blogs in Washington Post

President Thomas S. Monson writes in the “On Faith” blog section of the Washington Post, speaking about spiritually rebuilding after 9/11.

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Breaking Down LDS SEO Strategy

When you look at these terms, and data on the value of a Google result position, it’s easy to see how the LDS church is effectively using SEO to attract new visitors to its church. If only companies were this effective.

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NPR “Talk of the Nation” Show on Mormons

With The Book of Mormon getting rave reviews on Broadway, and two presidential candidates who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mormons find their faith in the spotlight. But much of what many Americans know about the Mormon faith comes from myths or misperceptions.

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Mormons Dominate SEO on Internet

“We’re jumping into the conversation because there is a big one going on about Mormons, and we want to be a part of it,” said Stephen Allen, head of the church’s missionary department. “When someone goes into Google, if the first 10 sites are people who hate us, we lose in terms of our message.”

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Stephen Colbert on Mormons

This is a hilarious bit from Stephen Colbert on the “Mormons” and Obama’s strategy to go after Mitt Romney for being “Weird”. The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c Yahweh or No Way?...

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Amos and Andy and the Book of Mormon

The creators of the play Book of Mormon have created the Amos and Andy for the South Park set. We may laugh, but our grandchildren will shudder as decent folk do at “wits” of the last century.

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Romney & Huntsman Challenged by Stereotypes

ABC News – Mitt Romney, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, and Jon Huntsman share something that makes them different from anyone ever elected president: They are Mormons.

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CNN Answers Questions About Mormon Beliefs

CNN.com Religion Editor Dan Gilgoff recently posted a video that accurately clarifies common misconceptions people have of the LDS Church, while also explaining a few of the Church’s core beliefs.

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Mormon Coverage More Fair than in 2008

In 2008, coverage of Romney’s Mormonism was sometimes inaccurate, said Lane Williams, a doctoral candidate. Yet, reporting on the Mormon faith of Romney and Huntsman may be changing.

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NBC in SLC Says No to Playboy TV

Christian Science Monitor – When KSL-TV decided not to carry “The Playboy Club” prime-time drama, the station took a stand for its values – and community choice in TV viewing.

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God’s MBAs

BusinessWeek – Many of the men who trained to be Mormon missionaries have gone on to become among the most distinguished persons in American business and civic life.

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LDS Public Affairs Responds

Washington Post – Michael Otterson of LDS Public Affairs responds to an article written by Warren Cole Smith which suggests that voting for a Mormon is a less than responsible thing to do.

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Fast Company – Salt Lake City

  Why You Should Start a Company in… Salt Lake City BY Laura Rich Today on Fast Company Website It used to be, if you were serious about starting a tech company, you went to Silicon Valley. But emerging entrepreneurial hubs...

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Mormons Rock!

NewsWeek – They’ve conquered Broadway, talk radio, the U.S. Senate-and they may win the White House. Why Mitt Romney and 6 million Mormons have the secret to success.

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BYU Most Popular

Brigham Young boasts the highest percentage of accepted students who choose to enroll. By Brian Burnsed Posted January 21, 2011 For the second year in a row, Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah is the most popular national...

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LDS Church’s Omnipresent Message

In the last few years the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS or Mormon) has made quantum leaps in its use of technology in communicating to its members and to the world, causing many churches to look on with “Mormon Envy”.

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Mormons’ Knowledge of Bible Excels

A new study from the Pew Research Center shows that Mormons score among the highest of all religion groups in their knowledge of Christianity, the Bible and other religious information.

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Newsweek – Utah Economic Zion

Newsweek – Utah is an Economic Zion   Promised Land – How Utah became the new economic Zion. Newscom It’s said there are no bad jobs during a recession. But there are depressing ones—like trying to recruit new business....

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