Category: not uniquely lds
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints owns two properties — a 1,100-acre northern tract and a 3,100-acre southern one — in Lee’s Summit, MO. It has partnered with the city to develop them.Read More
VidAngel’s Independent App-Based Streaming Series “The Chosen” Joins Prestigious List of Historical Drama Series Including “The Crown,” “Chernobyl,” and “Band of Brothers”Read More
JOIN VOCAL POINT’S VIRTUAL CHOIR/ORCHESTRA!!!
Whether you sing or play an instrument, Vocal Point needs your help performing “Nearer My God to Thee”!! Follow the link below to learn how to submit your own video!! 😊Read More
In these uncertain times, we find ourselves in a new era – an era of working from home and social distancing. As we stay at home to contribute to the greater good, we have an opportunity to invest in ourselves, learn new concepts, build new skills, and ready ourselves to build a better future.Read More
Join Henry Ammar and friends Sunday, Mar 29 at 6 pm for a free, VIRTUAL musical fireside! — an evening of music, worship, and hope — a chance to gather, celebrate the restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and share hope through testimony and song!Read More
WOW! VidAngel—Including “The Chosen” and “Dry Bar Comedy”—Is Free for Two Weeks VidAngel #GenerosityChallenge Social distancing
With Untold Tens of Millions of Families Suddenly Confined to the Home in Response to COVID-19, VidAngel Opens its System for Free to Provide Immediate Relief to Families; Invites Content-Creators to Submit Titles to be Included on VidAngelRead More
The LDS Film Festival will celebrate 20 years of Mormon Cinema at this year’s festival running February 24-29, 2020 at the Scera Center for the Arts in Orem, UT.Read More
Ministering is learning of and attending to others’ needs. It is doing the Lord’s work. It is...Read More
Reverend Amos Brown and President Russell M. Nelson have a tangible friendship that is evident as they “lock arms” together at the NAACP national convention.
The Rev. Brown enthusiastically recited the hymn “Come, Come, Ye Saints” as a nod to the commonalities the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints share — commonalities that bring the two together in a historic partnership.Read More
Asking for help is tough. Especially in our Latter-day Saint culture. We are accustomed to giving help, but often not asking for it.
But to get through life, you have to ask for help. We will all need it eventually.
So how do you get comfortable asking? In this actionable talk, social psychologist Heidi Grant shares four simple rules for asking for help and getting it — while making the process more rewarding for your helper, too.Read More
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