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Members today can learn from early British Latter-day Saints, said Elder Ballard (Deseret News - Utah) (August 11, 2017)
In the late 1830s, early Church leaders opened missionary work in the British Isles and converted English and Scandinavian Latter-day Saints who made a significant contribution to the restored gospel of Jesus Christ at a critical time.

Op-ed: Why strong Mormon women stay in the church (Deseret News - Utah) (August 11, 2017)
People often wonder why strong Mormon women stay in the church. As though a secular, godless, power-driven reality would be better suited to our intellects, our ambitions, our self-respect. As though the mere idea of religion (and the Latter-day Saint religion in particular) might be antithetical to our tenacious temperaments. But I have found that, at least for me, nothing could be further from the truth.

Cove Fort Celebrating 150 Years of Historic Refuge (Church News) (August 11, 2017)
A century and a half after her great-grandfather Ira Hinckley was asked by Brigham Young to move from Coalville, Utah, to Millard County in central Utah, Louise Hinckley Crosby accepted a call from the prophet to leave her home in St. George and move to Cove Fort.

Baby switch: How a Mormon family dealt with the fallout of a decades old secret (Deseret News - Utah) (August 11, 2017)
A single line from the three-page typewritten letter leaped out at Maxine Fisher in July 2009. She read the words from a stranger over and over, stunned and numb with disbelief: “I have reason to believe you are my mother.”

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