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A woman gives to a begging child representing Latter-day Saint Consecration
Gospel Fare

Practicing Personal Consecration Globally

Scripture mandates saints care for the poor and needy, but greed and indulgence prevail. Prophets condemn materialism, saying true religion is mercy and honesty. Still, surplus property remains elusive.

The pioneer story of Levi Savage Jr. teaches us to set our identity aside for the greater good.
History

God Would Never Ask Me To Give Up That

How does faith reshape identities and destinies? Pioneer stories vividly showcase William Clayton’s journey from businessman to Saint, Zina D. H. Young’s acceptance of plural marriage, and Levi Savage Jr.’s transformation from independent thinker to devoted follower.

Racial Healing

Celebrating Black Pioneers, Then and Now

A conversation with Mauli Bonner, who with Tamu Smith, were the trailblazing force in establishing new monuments to Black pioneers arriving in Utah in 1847 – and whose work also points towards a vibrant path of racial healing in America today.

Tabernacle Featured on “American Built”

We wanted to draw your attention to a segment on the new show “American Built.” The show features major architectural and engineering projects across the

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