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First Fifty Years of Relief Society Book Now Online

The book The First Fifty Years of Relief Society: Key Documents in Latter-day Saint Women’s History is now available online in a searchable format. It was printed a year ago by the Church Historian's Press and available at store.lds.org and at Amazon in printed and...

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Guarding Your Personal Information Online

I recently wrote about FamilyTreeNow, an online people search site that bills itself as a family history site. In that article, I explained how easy it is for people to find detailed, personal information about you and your family members, such as ages, birth dates,...

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Bible Games: Mission of Paul

Bible Games: The Mission of Paul the Apostle is a new mobile app on Android and Apple iOS (both iPhone and iPad) to help you learn about the Apostle Paul and the book of Acts. The app was written by Levi Hilton, the young man who wrote the game Book of Mormon Heroes,...

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Share Your Life Story With Lifey.org

A Utah man has created a simple way to share your life story in video. Lifey helps you organize your thoughts and then record them on video. It's an easy, free, browsable, and embeddable way to create a video autobiography. Browse by topic. Lifey videos are shared in...

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Parental Settings for Online and Social Accounts

Did you know that about 90% of children by age 16 have seen pornography online—and most while doing their homework? Many parents aren't aware how easy it is for their children to accidentally see inappropriate things online. This article includes videos to show you...

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Movie: Tim Timmerman, Hope of America

The movie Tim Timmerman, Hope of America opens in theaters in Utah on March 2. In this movie, it’s 1994. Mount Vista High’s student body president Tim Timmerman has aspirations of attending Yale and becoming a famous politician. Tim realizes the quickest pathway to...

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Music Video: Love at Home

When love and happiness fill your home, they fill your heart as well. Friends and families around the world are striving for those feelings in their homes. What can you do today to join them? For a start, share this upbeat take on a classic hymn, sung by artists in...

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How to Opt Out of FamilyTreeNow

FamilyTreeNow.com bills itself as a free family tree and genealogy research site, but beware. Although you can create and save family tree charts, there are no biographies or family history stories. The site really is not much more than a people finder. It searches...

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Videos: Touched By Suicide

Touched By Suicide is a series of interviews by the folks at LDSDaily.com featuring members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who have been affected by suicide. The video below is an introduction to the series Touched By Suicide: See all of the...

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Free E-book: Your Brain on Porn

Sex is highly glorified in our culture. Between risqué ads and promiscuous characters, the average American will see 15,000 sexual references a year on television alone. Many popular shows like Game of Thrones are pornographic, yet millions of Americans, both...

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Changes to Family History Organization and Callings

Today, the Church announced that all family history callings at the area, stake, or ward level will now be called temple and family history consultants. The primary responsibility of all temple and family history consultants is to give personalized help to leaders and...

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