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Newly-Built Moses Lake Temple Adds More Public Tours Due to High Demand

Overwhelming demand to a free public tour of the new Moses Lake Washington Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spurs additional tours according to open house organizers.

Creating Our Own Sacred Spaces

My church, like most, closed its doors in 2020 asking people to stay home and stay healthy. Without my weekly worship service, I worried that I might find myself drifting from the anchor that those special meetings give me. The opposite happened. My teenage son and I held our own Sunday service, complete with hymns, the sacrament and uplifting messages. It was a time never to be forgotten. We were more personally engaged in our worship. It was closer to our hearts and minds, and we felt the Lord was watching over us.

Romney cites faith as inspiring his vote to convict Trump

Utah senator and Republican Mitt Romney voted to convict President Donald Trump of abuse of power, explaining he was compelled to do so in part by his faith as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

LDS Temple To Be Built in Moses Lake

This month President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced that eight new temples would be built across the globe, including one in Moses Lake.

Facing Trial with Honest Questioning

God doesn’t fear our questions, and neither should we. But those questions should lead to studying, our studying to pondering, and then our pondering to prayer.

Ask a Mormon: Why do you call yourselves Mormon rather than Christian?

The name "Mormon" for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints started out as pejorative used by detractors, similar to the label "Christian."

A ministry of members: Why Mormons spend so much time at church

In my last article, I explained why members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are called Mormons. Today, I thought I would answer a question my friends and acquaintances sometimes have when I mention a church commitment. They look at me with wonder as if to say, “Why are you always doing something at church?”

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