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Mormon Stories podcast is an attempt to explore and build understanding between and about Mormons through the telling of stories in both audio and video formats.
 
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Mormon Stories Sunday School is a supplementary and preparatory resource that models substantive, engaged, and informative approaches to learning and teaching the scriptures and gospel.
 
A Thoughtful Faith features the stories and perspectives of intelligent, thoughtful believers who maintain a strong faith in Mormonism despite their awareness and/or struggles with common challenges and issues. Our hope is to model potential paths for individuals in faith transition or crisis that allow them to maintain a faith, as well as to provide resources for thoughtful LDS believers everywhere.
 
Podcasts about Mormon History, Doctrine, and Culture
 
One talk each weekday from a leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
Talks by Prophets of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
 
Mormon Stories podcast is an attempt to explore and build understanding between and about Mormons through the telling of stories in both audio and video formats.
 
A collection of talks and articles by Thomas S. Monson
 
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Forever LDS
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A Mormon LDS podcast hosted by Chris Heimrdinger, author of The Tennis Shoes Adventure Series and director of the feature film Passage to Zarahemla. Forever LDS features the intellectual and spiritual thoughts of its host as well as stimulating discussions with guest authors, filmmakers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, scholars, and other Latter-day Saints from a variety of exhilarating fields and backgrounds.
 
Podcasts about Mormon History, Doctrine, and Culture
 
Talks from BYU Education Week - Updated Often
 
History of Hymns investigates the inception and evolution of the hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The episodes include the history and progression of both the music and the text and feature interesting stories surrounding the creators and others involved in the development of a hymn. Also included are stories surrounding the performance or inclusion of the hymn in a variety of settings.
 
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Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
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Mormon Stories - LDS
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Mormon Stories podcast is an attempt to explore and build understanding between and about Mormons through the telling of stories in both audio and video formats.
 
Mormon Stories Sunday School is a supplementary and preparatory resource that models substantive, engaged, and informative approaches to learning and teaching the scriptures and gospel.
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
A podcast by Josh and Dallan, two cousins seeking to truly understand and live the gospel of Jesus Christ. As active Christians and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, these discussions are intended to explore spirituality and inspire hope and love as we all are on this journey together, trying to become more loving like God, our Heavenly Father.
 
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LDS Kids
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This podcast is for kids and families who like fun, scripture stories, and thinking about questions. It is made and produced by two LDS boys who love to learn. And be silly.
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
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LDS Seminary Music
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The following selections feature music from the Church Educational System video series of The Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants and Church History, New Testament and Old Testament
 
A Thoughtful Faith features the stories and perspectives of intelligent, thoughtful believers who maintain a strong faith in Mormonism despite their awareness and/or struggles with common challenges and issues. Our hope is to model potential paths for individuals in faith transition or crisis that allow them to maintain a faith, as well as to provide resources for thoughtful LDS believers everywhere.
 
LDS General Conference
 
Gospel Principles was written both as a personal study guide and as a teacher's manual. They shall come to the knowledge of their Redeemer and the very points of his doctrine, hat they may know how to come unto him and be saved. 1 Nephi 15:14
 
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LDS HIGHLIGHTS
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This podcast was created to highlight the key parts of the greatest and most important talks ever given in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Please Leave comments at LDSHighlight@hotmail.com
 
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LDS Podcasts
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LDS General Conference
 
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LDS Dating
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The LDS Dating podcast is hosted by Carri and Bobby, who bring you dating advice, tips, and answer your questions about how to date in a world where conservatism and morals have gone by the wayside.
 
Mormon Stories podcast, created by John Dehlin, was retired in 2007. MormonThink.com is re-posting this podcast, along with John's other works, for those who still want/need the information. Because John released all of his podcast episodes with a Creative Commons license, we are within our full legal rights to post them here.
 
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LDS MissionCast
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LDS MissionCast is a weekly podcast produced in a talk/variety format, designed to be a centralized source for inspiration, education, entertainment, and encouragement in the missionary effort.
 
Featuring articles from church magazines of the past. Stories that inspire, educate, and help us feel the spirit.
 
LDS General Conference
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
Directory providing links to LDS Podcasts
 
Good reads that don't ask you to sacrifice your standards.
 
LDS Gamers - The LDS Gaming Community
 
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LDS Liberty
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Advancing the principle of liberty in light of the restored gospel.
 
LDS Music of all styles, types, and genres
 
History of Hymns investigates the inception and evolution of the hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The episodes include the history and progression of both the music and the text and feature interesting stories surrounding the creators and others involved in the development of a hymn. Also included are stories surrounding the performance or inclusion of the hymn in a variety of settings.
 
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NYC LDS Histories
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This is walking tour of New York City sites which were significant in theearly history of the Mormon Church. It was developed by a group of New YorkLatter-day Saints who study LDS Church history in New York City. You canfind out more about their work at www.nycldshistory.com. A brochure aboutthe sites on this walking tour is available athttp://www.mormonstoday.com/nyc-lds-history/WalkingTour05May20.pdf. Themusic on this podcast is by Ephraim's Harp. For information and to ordertheir CD, go t ...
 
Gospel Principles was written both as a personal study guide and as a teacher's manual. They shall come to the knowledge of their Redeemer and the very points of his doctrine, hat they may know how to come unto him and be saved. 1 Nephi 15:14
 
Full audio recordings directly from the LDS Gospel Doctrine Class Member Study Guide. This includes not only the study questions and scripture chains, but also the full text of the assigned scriptures themselves. In other words; a one-stop, one-click, subscription-based source for all weekly assignment content. Listen while commuting, working around the house, relaxing, anytime or anywhere you have access to your smartphone or other internet-based playback device. Except for basic oral inter ...
 
Download Full Session Video Feeds Directly from LDS.ORG
 
Audio news summaries and interviews from the Public Affairs Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
 
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Show notes: Sister Reeves' talk Beth Luthy's BYU devotional Episode description: Sarah’s four phases of processing adversity are discussed as well as the idea that our Savior has the ability to take the byproducts of our most horrendous trials and use them to our eternal advantage.
 
A meditation to accompany our thinking and feeling into how we once or are currently living in Fowler's Stage Three: Synthetic-Conventional Faith.
 
Sarah Hughes-Zabawa rejoins me to discuss Fowler's Stages of Faith: The Synthetic-Conventional Stage. Stage Three is usually entered into during adolescence. It's that stage in which we imagine that our views represent an accurate and faithful totality of truth. This stage also sees us looking at institutions as the bearers of that truth, and w ...…
 
Join us as we interview key contributors to the documentary “Church and State,” James Huntsman, Holly Tuckett, and Mark Lawrence. Mormon Stories is honored to host a private screening of the award-winning documentary “Church and State.” This screening will be held on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Broadway Theater in Salt Lake. Th ...…
 
On this episode, Joseph Smith introduces the endowment ceremony and forms the Quorum of the Anointed, or the Holy Order. Jo had been practicing esoteric rites from his earliest days in Kirtland, but this was the codification of the ceremony which would come to be practiced in every Mormon temple after Smith’s death. We read through one of the e ...…
 
My life has been a journey, with up and downs. The gospel has truly changed my life, and the life of my children. This podcast is a little bit about my history as how I became a member of the church.
 
Utah, inland port, trump bans, twitter, ksl, local news, taxes, lds church, mormon culture, suicide prevention, utpol, millennials, baby boomers, gen x
 
In June 2014 Kate Kelly, the vocal spokesperson for Ordain Women, was excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for apostasy. Kate Kelly had led a high profile campaign including two actions on Temple Square in order to ask the President of the LDS Church to pray about whether or not women should be ordained. This publ ...…
 
In this episode of Mormon Stories Podcast, we interview Jenny Wilson, Democratic nominee for US Senate, challenging Mitt Romneyfor Orrin Hatch‘s seat in Utah. We discuss: Jenny's political heritage in the state of Utah Her Mormon upbringing and experience in Utah politics as a non-practicing member of the LDS Church Her views on some of the pol ...…
 
In this episode of Mormon Stories Podcast, we interview Jenny Wilson, Democratic nominee for US Senate, challenging Mitt Romneyfor Orrin Hatch‘s seat in Utah. We discuss: Jenny's political heritage in the state of Utah Her Mormon upbringing and experience in Utah politics as a non-practicing member of the LDS Church Her views on some of the pol ...…
 
The Interview: In mid-July 1831, Joseph Smith and a few Mormon missionaries visited Independence, Missouri. After arriving, the Prophet received a revelation designating Independence as the “center place” of the future city of Zion or the New Jerusalem. On Wednesday, August 3, 1831, Joseph and several associates dedicated a special plot of land ...…
 
The Interview: This week we have a little fun as we take a lighthearted look at Joseph Smith’s loyal companion, friend, and pet—Old Major. Dr. Alexander L. Baugh shares the tenuous nature of historical sleuthing. Often disparate references are all that scholars have to reconstruct the past. In this case, they include a library collection found, ...…
 
On this episode of Mormon News Podcast, John Dehlin, Julienna Viegas, Stephanie Lobrot, and Sharon Price discuss the LDS response to immigrant family separation, the Provo Freedom Festival, the upcoming LDS hymnal, Family Search to include same-sex relationships, and changes to the youth interview policy.…
 
Sabine (name changed) served faithfully in the church for years. Then several incidents involving her children occurred causing her to act swiftly to protect them from bullying and shaming from adult leaders. The result was a fall-out with her local LDS community followed by a request that she no longer enter the church premises. Sabine's is on ...…
 
Brian and Gina discuss the complexity of the experience of Mormonism when confronted with eyes wide open to both its past, its present and its changing contexts.
 
Award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Sample treats us with an interactive interview in front of a live audience in our Mormon Stories studio—sharing with us songs from her new album, Redwing – which explores her faith journey out of Mormonism. Sarah writes beautiful songs that weave a trail of stories through folk, Americana, and country and h ...…
 
Award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Sample treats us with an interactive interview in front of a live audience in our Mormon Stories studio—sharing with us songs from her new album, Redwing – which explores her faith journey out of Mormonism. Sarah writes beautiful songs that weave a trail of stories through folk, Americana, and country and h ...…
 
Award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Sample treats us with an interactive interview in front of a live audience in our Mormon Stories studio—sharing with us songs from her new album, Redwing – which explores her faith journey out of Mormonism. Sarah writes beautiful songs that weave a trail of stories through folk, Americana, and country and h ...…
 
(( Episode 34 )) A true history (almost) stranger than fiction.
 
Kirtland is a singular place in the history of the LDS movement. The Kirtland Temple once stood as a symbol of a faith that shattered and splintered upon Joseph Smith's death. Now it's a powerful symbol of a shared history and language of faith rooted in multiple denominations. As a spiritual home to many, the Kirtland Temple, cared for by the ...…
 
Kirtland is a singular place in the history of the LDS movement. The Kirtland Temple once stood as a symbol of a faith that shattered and splintered upon Joseph Smith's death. Now it's a powerful symbol of a shared history and language of faith rooted in multiple denominations. As a spiritual home to many, the Kirtland Temple, cared for by the ...…
 
In response to a recent article published in the Deseret News titled “Defending the Faith: The supposed scandal of multiple First Vision accounts” by past Mormon Stories guest Dan Peterson, we assemble an all-star panel to conduct a deep dive into: 1) The multiple and conflicting accounts of Joseph Smith’s first vision, and 2) How the Mormon ch ...…
 
In response to a recent article published in the Deseret News titled “Defending the Faith: The supposed scandal of multiple First Vision accounts” by past Mormon Stories guest Dan Peterson, we assemble an all-star panel to conduct a deep dive into: 1) The multiple and conflicting accounts of Joseph Smith’s first vision, and 2) How the Mormon ch ...…
 
In response to a recent article published in the Deseret News titled “Defending the Faith: The supposed scandal of multiple First Vision accounts” by past Mormon Stories guest Dan Peterson, we assemble an all-star panel to conduct a deep dive into: 1) The multiple and conflicting accounts of Joseph Smith’s first vision, and 2) How the Mormon ch ...…
 
What if we intercept the gospel or scriptures or church meetings and only feel darkness? What is happening? And what does it have to do with our “inner eye?” Join me in this episode to discuss hope and darkness and the meaning we make of things that happen to us.
 
In this second installment of the study into the LDS scriptures
 
Let's take a look at Mormonism and see how reliable it is vs. The Bible and Biblical Christianity.
 
Today on the show, Brandt and Brian discuss a smorgasbord of topics including an OpEd response to Ellen talking about LGBT Mormon youth suicides, some Mormons Behaving Badly, and the joys of Father’s Day. All that plus more on the Report! NEWS: Mormon History Association conference says the past of the LDS Church is not frozen (Deseret News) Fo ...…
 
Your Aaronic Priesthood ordination is central to helping God’s children receive Christ’s atoning power.
 
The Interview: The Old Testament is filled with grisly tales, which are understandably offensive to modern eyes. Some of the most shocking are found within the conquest narratives of the Deuteronomistic History. In Deuteronomy 7, the Israelites were instructed to smite, destroy, and consume the inhabitants of Canaan, an act that Joshua initiate ...…
 
Islam and Mormonism share some religious traditions. Both have histories rooted in a prophet. Both tout modesty and family values. And both embrace fasting and shun alcohol.As we approach the end of Ramadan, we explore those Muslim and Mormon ties with Shuaib Din, imam at the Utah Islamic Center, and Kristen Ullrich Hodges, a Latter-day Saint w ...…
 
On this weeks episode we chat with Jerilyn Pool about Fat Friday’s and her work with the Provo, Utah LGBTQ community. Jerilyn hosts online group discussions on being fat, and we talk about that. She is also on the Provo Pride Council, where she works tirelessly to advocate for the queer community, by offering them a safe space and food, at time ...…
 
In light of a statement on LDS.org declaring, “An inability to feel the spirit … is often a symptom of poor mental health,” Natasha Helfer Parker, MFT CSTand John Dehlin, Ph.D. are joined by our guest Matt to speak about his experiences with Mormon faith crisis, depression, and suicidality—issues he has dealt with for 20 years. According to Mat ...…
 
In light of a statement on LDS.org declaring, “An inability to feel the spirit … is often a symptom of poor mental health,” Natasha Helfer Parker, MFT CSTand John Dehlin, Ph.D. are joined by our guest Matt to speak about his experiences with Mormon faith crisis, depression, and suicidality—issues he has dealt with for 20 years. According to Mat ...…
 
In light of a statement on LDS.org declaring, “An inability to feel the spirit … is often a symptom of poor mental health,” Natasha Helfer Parker, MFT CSTand John Dehlin, Ph.D. are joined by our guest Matt to speak about his experiences with Mormon faith crisis, depression, and suicidality—issues he has dealt with for 20 years. According to Mat ...…
 
On this episode of The AIE Podcast… Tetsemi: Stay awhile and listen to Sy’s Fireside chat Mkallah: And, stick around for Midsummer fire festival Mewkow: We have Mandatory fun nights for almost every night of the week Tetsemi: And, updates on how we fare in Hobo Wars Mkallah: And, Abovan is here to talk to us about AIE in Final Fantasy XIV All t ...…
 
Today on the show, Brandt, Brian and Jenny discuss Dan Reynolds’ appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show discussing Mormonism and LGBTQ issues, the internationally known publication known as THE HERB lobbing out conspiracy theories about the LDS Church and the marijuana initiative, and finally look into the Masterpiece Cake ruling from SCOTUS an ...…
 
Today on the show, Brandt, Brian and Jenny discuss Dan Reynolds’ appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show discussing Mormonism and LGBTQ issues, the internationally known publication known as THE HERB lobbing out conspiracy theories about the LDS Church and the marijuana initiative, and finally look into the Masterpiece Cake ruling from SCOTUS an ...…
 
This episode explains why I made the podcast and some of the burdens I see around us that make resilience and hopefulness such a relevant topic. Also, I share why breaking spiritual concepts down into learn-able parts with tools and “how-to” commentary gives us a leg up on our journey to become more like God. Show notes: “Brother Widtsoe reaffi ...…
 
Today on the podcast I discuss how hope is a bridge between looking at our circumstances with despair and looking at them in a “blessed” light. It’s all about Christ, our Hope with a capital H, and how to be more of a grown up when it comes to waiting for His deliverance from our pain, despair, and other burdens. Show notes: This talk on miracl ...…
 
John Dehlin, Julienna Viegas, Sean Carter, and Darron Smith continue discussing last week's LDS BeOne event, celebrating the 40th anniversary of the lifting of the priesthood ban.
 
John Dehlin, Julienna Viegas, Sean Carter, and Darron Smith discuss last week's LDS BeOne event, celebrating the 40th anniversary of the lifting of the priesthood ban.
 
Described as one of our most raw and moving interviews by our Facebook live audience, this special Pride edition of Mormon Stories is an interview with Jaime and Madeleine Soulé of Utah. Join us as we discuss: Their upbringing in the LDS Church Meeting and falling in love Their LDS mission woes Eventual marriage and parenthood Losing faith Jaim ...…
 
Described as one of our most raw and moving interviews by our Facebook live audience, this special Pride edition of Mormon Stories is an interview with Jaime and Madeleine Soulé of Utah. Join us as we discuss: Their upbringing in the LDS Church Meeting and falling in love Their LDS mission woes Eventual marriage and parenthood Losing faith Jaim ...…
 
On this episode, we wrap up our logical deconstruction of the Book of Abraham. We focus our petrifying gaze on the lds.org essay titled, ‘Translation and Historicity of the Book of Abraham,’ the LDS Church’s official statement on this challenging piece of Mormon scripture. Is it merely more apologetics, or is there something special with this e ...…
 
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