LDS Arts & Culture
Preview to the many LDS theme performing arts, festivals and pageants including everything you need to
know about the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Follow this link to catch their live weekly Sunday morning
LDS Family Adventure Guide
Youth conferences, marriage & dating, activities, scouting, seminary, institute, mission service and other highlights for your family.
LDS Historic Landmarks Guides
Many ideas for LDS themed vacation adventures to historic pioneer sites, great temples, visitors centers and more.
LDS Media Guide
See our massive directory of LDS themed websites, radio shows, magazines, bloggers and every thing else
where people from all walks of life discuss how their life and church interact. Many sections have open commentary.
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Tour Brigham Young University
BYU is the nation's largest church-owned university and home to over 33,200 students - belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). It's 638-acre campus is located in Provo, Utah, between the Wasatch Mountains and Utah Lake.
BYU Consistently collects top rankings for not only the top Stone Cold Sober school but also for Best Education for the Money and
Most Religious Student Body by the prestigious annual college rankings of Princeton Review.
Collegiate sports programs. Museums, galleries and libraries open to the public - free admission.
Historic Temple Square
The famous Mormon Temple, Tabernacle and Visitors Center of the LDS Church, located in downtown SLC.
St. George Temple
First Mormon Temple built in Utah in 1869-77 (and oldest continually functioning Mormon Temple today). Adjacent is the prominent 1863 red sandstone tabernacle.
The temple is closed to the public however and adjacent visitors center is open to give tours of the tabernacle and temple grounds and explains
the use of the temple and other Mormon beliefs. Several other historic LDS pioneer landmarks are in the area.
Free LDS Video Series
For more than 15 years The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has produced television ads, which offer free items that inform people about the Church and its teachings.
You may choose to have the item mailed to you or to have church representatives deliver the item and share a short message.
Follow the title link to see the current complete selection.
Joy to the World
- Free Christmas Video
A new Christmas video featuring the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will help bring the spirit of Christmas into your home
this holiday season. This beautiful video illustrates God's prophets foretelling the coming of a Savior and the fulfillment of those prophecies in the miraculous
events surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ. Our Savior's birth, life, and sacrifice bring joy to the world and hope to mankind.
Latter-Day Saint Bookstore
Book of Mormon for LDS Families
- Beautiful Hardcover Bookcraft Edition includes large print, multiple illustrations, commentaries and explanations.
History of the LDS Church - by B.H. Roberts
- 1st of 8 parts
Teachings of Howard W Hunter
- fourteenth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Located next to the BYU-Hawaii campus alongside SR-83 is this 42-acre park. Waterways and a lagoon in a scenic parkland setting
provide the setting for this living museum and cultural center. The exhibits provide insite into the heritage of various South
Seas inhabitants, including: Fiji, Hawaii, Marquesas, Maori (New Zealand), Samora, Tahiti and Tonga. This facility is operated by the Mormon church.
Standing for Something
10 Neglected Virtues That Will Heal Our Hearts and Homes
by Gordon B. Hinckley, Mike Wallace (Foreword) / Hardcover - 193 pages
"Virtue is too often neglected, if not scorned or ridiculed as old-fashioned, confining, unenlightened," laments author Gordon Hinckley,
a 90-year-old ordained leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Even as he enumerates all of America's social ills Hinckley believes there is a remedy. Chapter by chapter Hinckley presents 10 old-fashioned virtues
that will return America to the glory envisioned by its founding fathers. These virtues include Love, Honesty, Morality, Civility, Learning, Forgiveness, Thrift and Industry, Gratitude, Optimism, and Faith.
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