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How God’s Love Can Help You to Love Yourself

Let me tell you exactly why, I believe, God loves you. It's because He knows you. He knows me. He knows each of us intimately.

By Jonathan Decker
Letter to a Former Missionary Companion: Account of the First Vision

I received your letter with your concerns about Joseph Smith and the beginnings of Mormonism. I think this is a good place to continue our discussion.

By Michael R. Ash
Where Everyone Knows You

As my wife, Donna, and I were dating and were trying to learn more about each other, our differences quickly became apparent. She grew up in Los Angeles, and I grew up in the middle of nowhere.

By Daris Howard
Apostle Calls for Uplifting Social Media Messages to Sweep the Earth

Elder Bednar also announces first feature-length church film, 'Meet the Mormons'

By The LDS Newsroom
How Joseph Smith Translated the Book of Abraham

For most people, the idea of translating is fairly straightforward. The difficulty in assessing the Book of Abraham is that while Joseph Smith says he translated the Book of Abraham from papyrus, he never uses that word in the conventional way.

By Kerry Muhlestein
Awakening Memories of the Immortal Soul

Although the effects of the Fall may have rendered a wayward soul spiritually dead, a divine provision has been made to awaken and redeem it.

By Larry Barkdull
BYU-Hawaii Student Creates LDS Apostle App

A group of BYU-Hawaii students created an app that allows users to see what the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints looked like at any point in history since 1832.

Lesson 33
“Sharing the Gospel with the World”

What do you think of when you hear or read the Bible prophet Jonah’s name? “It is ironic that the profound message of the book of Jonah is often swallowed up in the speculations about the great fish."

By Philip Allred
Mormonism in the News: Getting it Right--August 2014

This "Getting It Right" includes a three-part series from a journalist in Washington state about the everyday lives of Mormon missionaries and an article about Church growth in Alaska.

By The LDS Newsroom