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How a Grandfather and Granddaughter Served as Mission Companions Even After He Passed
If any one of many variables had gone differently, Katie Fitt never would have met Change Lee on a muggy summer night on the streets of Flushing Queens, New York. For starters, Change was originally from South Korea, lived in Canada, but was in New York on business. And Fitt almost didn’t serve a mission. But there she was wearing a black nametag on Northern Blvd when she and her companions approached Change. She doesn’t remember having any sort of special prompting to talk to Change in particular but she simply felt they should talk to one more person before they called it a night. But what happened next might be considered a miracle 55 years in the making.
“TODAY” Features What Happened When a Latter-day Saint 5-Year-Old Called 911 for a Happy Meal
Five-year-old Charlie Skabelund is making national headlines. In hilarious audio released by the City of Mesa Police Department, Charlie asks a 911 dispatcher if he is speaking with McDonald’s.
Why offshoots of the Mormon church fled to Mexico
The families killed Monday in an ambush in Mexico highlight the long history of fundamentalist offshoots of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that originally fled from the U.S. to Mexico to practice polygamy.
Manhunt continues for those who fired 200 shots in killing 9 Mormon family members in Mexico
As two countries grieve the ambush killings of six children and their mothers, Mexico’s president has set up a special commission to find the killer or killers.
Site named for St. George’s second Latter-day Saint temple
In a few years, St. George will have two Latter-day Saint temples. For now, though, it has none.
Ex-church leader admits he took photos of a woman inside H&M dressing room
A former official for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has pleaded guilty to taking photos of a woman inside an H&M dressing room at a Tennessee mall, according to reports.
#LightTheWorld Giving Machines Expand to 10 Locations During Christmas Season
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will place Giving Machines in 10 locations across the world this Christmas season, further expanding its efforts to #LightTheWorld by encouraging people to perform instant acts of service that make a difference in others’ lives.
Former “American Idol” Contestant Brooke White and “Napoleon Dynamite” Join Forces in New Music Video
Brooke White is best known for her appearance on American Idol season 7. Jon Heder is best known for his starring role in Napolean Dynamite. But what do the two have in common? They’re both members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. And now they’re also sharing the stage in the same comical music video, with Heder acting as every member of White’s band, including a cowbell player.
LDS temple in Utah closed for renovations
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has officially closed its temple in St. George for renovations that will take at least a few years to complete.
A 13-year-old boy walked for 6 hours to get help after the Mormon families attack
After seeing his mother and two brothers die, Devin walked about 14 miles to La Mora and relayed the “first news anyone had heard” of the attack, Miller said.
ESPN Shares Paralyzed Latter-day Saint’s Inspiring Birthday Celebration
Latter-day Saint Cliff Devries is the head diving coach at Rochester Institute of Technology. For nearly a quarter of a century, Devries has been partially paralyzed. Twenty-four years ago, Devries underwent an intensive surgery to remove a 6-inch-long tumor at the base of his brain stem, a procedure that left the right side of his body paralyzed. Yet in 2018, Devries participated in a simple birthday celebration that has been featured on ESPN. As Devries says in the video about this tradition, “From where I came from, it’s magical. It’s thrilling.”
The Creative Way This Couple Has Helped Support 9 Missionaries
As two teachers in California, Anchalee and Michael Mullen wondered how they would financially support two daughters while they served missions.
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