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In Memory of Thomas S. Monson

In Memory of Thomas S. Monson

Allen Hoggen, Journalist

March 20, 2018

Filed under Faith and Religion, Features, News, Opinion, Recent Articles

Thomas Spencer Monson died at age 90 when he passed away on January 2, 2018. He was known for many things, including being the president of the LDS church. He was a kind man and a loving father. Thomas spoke often in the LDS semiannual general conference, and was known for sharing many amazing stories....

Just Look Around

Just Look Around

Regan Abbott, Journalist

November 20, 2017

Filed under Faith and Religion, Features, Opinion, Recent Articles

  Many Sunday mornings my grandma and her siblings would wake up to the smell of fresh bread. They’d come out of their rooms and ask their mom, “Can we have some bread?” “No,” she’d reply, “it’s for Mrs. Waters, she’s having a baby.” or “The Young’s have company coming...

Grace or Hoax?

Grace or Hoax?

Philip Wall, Journalist

December 2, 2016

Filed under Faith and Religion, Opinion, Recent Articles, Staff Picks

How does man follow the will of God, if the will of man is perverse? You cannot do this without having divine grace, or the power to follow the will of God. How then do you get grace? Why is grace given to some and not to others? If I cannot follow the will of God by my own effort, because my will is...

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