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Latter-day Saints Articles for Saturday, October 25 2014
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Young Women Leader Shares Message of Faith With Girl Scouts

Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women general president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, discussed the impact of faith on the lives of girls with other youth religious leaders during a 90-minute panel discussion at the 2014 Girl Scouts Convention held Thursday, 16 October 2014, in Salt Lake City

Changing fields: Returned missionary college football players find new opportunities to share gospel

Returned Mormon missionaries playing college football at schools such as Stanford, San Jose State, Oregon State, Air Force and Arizona State share stories, experiences.

LDS Pitcher Set to Make World Series Start

Kansas City Royals manager, Ned Yost, scheduled Jeremy Guthrie as the starting pitcher for the third game of the World Series, set to be played Friday, October 24, 2014 in AT&T Park in San Francisco. This will be Guthrie’s first time pitching in the World Series.

Defending the Faith: Some things are more important than others

Latter-day Saints take a high view of the reliability of scripture, but we don't believe in scriptural inerrancy. And, anyway, some aspects of the scriptures are more important than others. We should focus on defending the essentials.

Six Notable Tabernacle Choir Changes Under Conductor Jerold Ottley

Jerold Ottley started his career as an educator and planned to keep it that way. When Ottley was asked to be the assistant director for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, he was hesitant because of his commitment to the University of Utah