Mormon YouTube Stars
In an age when trash is available at the click of a button, a few Mormon YouTubers are on the front lines, fighting filth with their faith and talents. Find out what makes these Mormon-made YouTube channels stand out and why their faithful creators are so popular not only among Latter-day Saints but the world at large.
BY LDS LIVING STAFF
Before & After: What Life Is Like on the Other Sides of Our Mortal Existence
Latter-day Saints know that we lived before we came to earth and that we will live again after death. But how many details do we know about this spiritual existence? Find out what Church doctrine teaches us about our premortal and postmortal life.
BY BRENT L. TOP
8 Lessons in 10 Years as a Mormon Convert
Ten years as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints doesn’t feel like long, but the lessons I’ve learned in one decade of being a convert are eternally important and will last a lifetime.
BY JULIET MILLER
Success in Searching: Taking Family History Online
A new generation of genealogists is taking family history by storm—online. With a multitude of free resources now available to members, even the very young are connecting with their ancestors.
BY SUNNY MORTON
9 Ways to Support Blended Families in Your Ward
Raising a family with children from multiple marriages can be difficult, even in the best of circumstances. But for Latter-day Saints, the added help of caring ward members can make the transition easier.
BY DEBRA SANSING WOODS
The Church in South Africa
Some of God’s most awe-inspiring creations live in the savannas of South Africa: lions, giraffes, rhinos, and elephants. The natural harmony in which these animals live is reflected in the way the Saints in South Africa are also finding ways to live in harmony—by overcoming racism and hatred with their faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
BY JENNY SPENCER
Piece of Cake!
Make these gourmet desserts without any of the gourmet effort. With some creativity and a cake mix, you can make decadent morsels that taste like they’re made from scratch.
BY LIZZY EARLY
Just Asking: Dean Hughes
For beloved LDS author Dean Hughes, writing comes as naturally as breathing. We got to chat with him and soon found out that he’s just as natural with words in real life as he is on paper—and twice as funny.
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