Articles of News/Week of February 20th

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From “Beauty and the Beast” to “Snow White”: 6 Disney Characters You Didn’t Know Were Voiced by Mormons When it comes to Disney fandom, most people know Donny Osmond’s voice was featured in Mulan as he sings the iconic “I’ll Make a…

Articles of News/Week of February 13th

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Mormon missionaries safe, secure in Tonga, Samoa in wake of Tropical Cyclone Gita As residents in Tonga and Samoa survey the damage in the wake of Category 4 Cyclone Gita and its 145-mph winds, the LDS Church is reporting Monday…

Articles of News/Week of February 6th

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Man testifies in suit alleging Mormons overlooked sex abuse A man accused in a West Virginia lawsuit along with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of covering up years of child sexual abuse testified he was unaware of the allegations…

Articles of News/Week of January 30th

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Women’s Stretch Cotton Garments THE STRETCH COTTON garment for women answers a need identified through extensive research: that of a comfortable, close-fitting garment made of breathable fabric. Stretch Cotton fabric is a blend of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, combining…

Articles of News/Week of January 23rd

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Task force including Mormon leader to address teen suicides A new task force that includes a high-ranking Mormon leader, the Utah Jazz owner and the leader of an LGBT rights group was created Wednesday by Gov. Gary Herbert to address…

LDS Film Festival Ep. 262 The Cultural Hall

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The LDS Film Festival was founded in 2001 by Austrian filmmaker Christian Vuissa, who envisioned a place for LDS filmmakers to network with each other and showcase their work to an appreciative audience. The festival is independently organized and not …

Gail Miller Ep. 261 The Cultural Hall

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Gail Miller might seem as though she has it easy—now. But she has experienced challenges in nearly every aspect of her life: financial struggles, family trials, and personal loss. Through it all, she has had courage to move forward and…

Al Fox Carraway Ep 260 The Cultural Hall

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Al Carraway is an LDS convert, writer, multi-award-winning speaker, and author to best-selling book, “More Than the Tattooed Mormon,” and “Cheers to Eternity!” Originally from New York, she now lives in Utah with her husband, Ben, and her two kids, Gracie and…

Brandon Young Ep 259 The Cultural Hall

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I started my own business in 2005 as a part time job. In April of 2010, I moved out of my home and hired my first employee and we haven’t stopped since. You might know us better as LDSBookstore.com.  …

Making a Missionary Ep. 258 The Cultural Hall

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Every missionary wants to be a good one. But, what makes a successful missionary? Join me as I sit down with future and returned missionaries and church educators to discuss what it takes to be the best missionary the Lord…

Talks on Talks Ep. 257 The Cultural Hall

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About Wes: Wes Eggett is a husband, father, and third-year dental student. Originally from Highlands Ranch, Colorado, he served in the Brazil Maceió Mission before graduating with a degree in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He then…

E32 – February 19, 2018 – What’s Old is New Again

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Today on the show, Brandt and Brian dig deep into the announcement of MITTENS FOR SENATE, an update on missionaries in Tonga and Samoa, and we revisit the analysis of the Rob Porter abuse story, with more insight into why…

E31 – February 12, 2018 – This is a Two-Party Consent Episode

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Today on the show, Brandt and Brian look a few national stories on Mormonism (one from NPR, CNN, and the Washington Post), some fascinating research by Jana Riess on millennial Mormons, the LDS Church gets involved with Utah Politics, and…

E30 – February 4, 2018 – Here Comes Social Justice Jesus!

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Jerilyn comes on the show to put the dudes in their place as we get DOWN AND DIRTY with the latest Mormon news over the past week. Obituaries, Mormons Behaving Badly, what does the mission realignment mean in the grand…

E29 – January 29, 2018 – You May Say That I’m A Dreamer

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Today on the show, the dudes dissect the GROUNDBREAKING survey about Mittens chances when he runs for Senate in Utah, we look at good commentary vs. bad commentary when it comes to the new documentary “Believer,” and 10 days after…

E28 – January 22, 2018 – OH UCHTDORF MY UCHTDORF!

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Today on the show, Brian and Brandt are joined by the one and only Jenny (@formerlyphread) to talk way too much news in way too short of a show. Mormons behaving badly, Mittens confirms the worst-kept secret of all, Jeff…

E27 – January 15, 2018 – Book Review Edition!

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Today on the show, Brian and Brandt (only at 75% this week) get into some GOLDEN GLOBES RED CARPET TALK (yes, there’s a Mormon connection here), Brandt says a naughty word that President Trump said (yes, there’s a Mormon connection…

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